Cricket: Delray Rawlins Led England U19 Victory

January 30, 2017

Bermuda’s Delray Rawlins led the England Under 19 team to victory in their 1st Youth One Day International match against India Under 19’s at Mumbai.

India Under 19’s won the toss and sent England to bat, Rawlins scored 107 not out, Rawlins faced 88 deliveries, he hit 8 fours and 5 sixes in his knock as they scored 256/7 in their allotted 50 overs.

In reply England bowled India out for 233, with Rawlins returning figures of 10-0-46-2. To cap off his day Rawlins was on a hat-trick having taken two wickets with two balls and he also held onto two catches. Rawlins was named Man of the Match for his performance.

ESPN reported, “A sensational display of power-hitting from Delray Rawlins helped England recover from 126 for 6 to post 256, a total they defended by 23 runs at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

“Rawlins, a languid left-handed batsman who has previously represented Bermuda, hammered eight fours and five sixes in his 88-ball 107 to lead England’s stunning fightback. He followed that up with 2 for 46 from his 10 overs as England took a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.”

England Inning

  • ..51 [76] Harry Brook b Mayank Rawat
  • ..00 [04] Max Holden c Het Patel b Kamlesh Nagarkoti
  • ..03 [06] George Bartlett c Prithvi Shaw b Vivekanand Tiwari
  • ..02 [16] Euan Woods c Het Patel b Kamlesh Nagarkoti
  • ..37 [56] Ollie Pope LBW b Rahul Chahar
  • 107 [88] Delray Rawlins Not Out
  • ..09 [13] Tom Banton LBW b Abhishek Sharma
  • ..26 [39] Matthew Fisher c Salman Khan b Abhishek Sharma
  • ..06 [04] Aaron Beard Not Out
  • ..15 Extras [1b-4lb-9w-1nb]
  • 256 Total for 7 Wickets after 50 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-2 [Holden], 2-7 [Bartlett], 3-13 [Woods], 4-98 [Pope], 5-106 [Brook], 6-126 [Banton], 7-242 [Fisher]

India Under 19 Bowlers

  • 8.0-2-36-2 Kamlesh Nagarkoti
  • 7.0-1-24-1 Vivekanand Tiwari
  • 8.0-0-51-0 Yash Thakur
  • 10.-0-52-2 Abhishek Sharma
  • 10.-0-56-1 Rahul Chahar
  • 7.0-0-32-1 Mayank Rawat

India Under 19’s Inning

  • ..09 [22] Prithvi Shaw c Ollie Pope b Matthew Fisher
  • 101 [87] Himanshu Rana c Ollie Pope b Henry Brookes
  • ..29 [27] Shubman Gill c Tom Banton b Matthew Fisher
  • ..04 [11] Abhishek Sharma c Delray Rawlins b Matthew Fisher
  • ..08 [21] Salman Khan LBW Delray Rawlins
  • ..00 [01] Mayank Rawat LBW Delray Rawlins
  • ..20 [17] Het Patel c sub b Matthew Fisher
  • ..37 [51] Kamlesh Nagarkoti c George Bartlett b Henry Brookes
  • ..00 [04] Rahul Chahar c Delray Rawlins b Max Holden
  • ..14 [14] Yash Thakur c Tom Banton b Max Holden
  • ..01 [02] Vivekanand Tiwari Not Out
  • ..10 Extras [4lb-6w]
  • 233 Total All Out after 42.5 overs

Fall of Wickets: 1-32 [Shaw], 2-78 [Shubman Gill], 3-88 [Abhishek Sharma], 4-103 [Khan], 5-103 [Mayank Rawat], 6-138 [Patel], 7-198 [Rana], 8-209 [Chahar], 9-231 [Nagarkoti], 10-233 [Thakur]

England Under 19 Bowlers

  • 10.-1-41-4 Matthew Fisher
  • 6.0-0-35-0 Aaron Beard
  • 6.0-0-29-2 Henry Brookes
  • 4.0-0-31-0 Jack Blatherwick
  • 10.-0-46-2 Delray Rawlins
  • 5.5-0-42-2 Max Holden
  • 1.0-0-05-0 Euan Woods

Umpires – UL Dubey and R Pandit
Match referee – S Chaturvedi

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  1. PBanks says:

    A simply brilliant debut for Rawlins in England colours. Keep on pushing for success.

  2. Glenn Blakeney Jr says:

    Congrats Delray! As I am not in the greatest of health, this news has certainly lifted my spirit! You have what it takes to play at the highest level! I have no doubt that one day very soon you will be greatly rewarded for your on field accomplishments. You have made your country proud!Stay humble,focused and continue to work hard. Looking forward to seeing you capped as a SENIOR England Team member!

    I am equally as proud of Kamau Leverock who is making great strides in the Americas Cup Team. I have watched you from a youngster, who also has the attitude and talent to make his mark at a higher level. Wishing you both the very best and many blessings!

  3. Jus' Askin' says:

    Congratulations Delray!!!

  4. jmw says:

    Well done Delray!keep working hard and don’t take anything for granted.You have all the tools to become a senior player for the lions.Continue to be an example for the younger players who have the same ambition as you.Good luck in the future….

  5. Recman says:

    Absolutely fantastic performance Delray, what a debut!!!, As far as I am concerned this performance from an International perspective ranks right up there with Alma “Champ” Hunts outstanding performances in West Indian Trial Matches in Trinidad, Clay Smith’s Centuries in the Red Stripe Cup, Glen Blakeney’s half centuries in the Red Stripe Cup and Chris Douglas’s half-century against the West Indies in Toronto. Congrats to you, stay focused and keep working at your game, nuff respect to his Dad and Mom for keeping him grounded and backing him 100%, I am also very encouraged by Kamau Leverock’s performances in the West Indies, he has been in double figures every time he has batted and although he has not gone on to capitalize on some great starts, he has proven to me that he has the ability to, if he persists he will go on to make some big runs….I am encouraged by what I see happening in Bermuda Cricket and I think our future will be bright….Nuff respect to the BCB, the clubs, coaches and all those who contribute to the progress we see in this much loved sport…..

  6. Hope_Faith_Love says:

    I don’t know you young man, but I am super proud of you and your accomplishments! Keep up the superb performances. God bless!