New Zealand national under-19 cricket team

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New Zealand Under-19s
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Captain Jesse Tashkoff (2020 World Cup)
Coach Paul Wiseman [1]
Owner New Zealand Cricket
Team information
Founded1986 (first Test)
Official website: Official Website

The New Zealand Under-19 cricket team have been playing official Under-19 test matches since 1986. Former captains of the team include Stephen Fleming, Craig McMillan, Chris Cairns, Brendon McCullum, and Ross Taylor

New Zealand's coach for the 2020 Under-19 Cricket World Cup is Paul Wiseman. [2] Previous coaches have included Robert Carter (appointed 2014) [3] and Mark Greatbatch (appointed 2001). [4]

New Zealand's best World Cup result occurred at the 1998 event in South Africa, where they lost to England in the final by seven wickets.

Under-19 World Cup record

New Zealand's U19 World Cup record
Flag of Australia (converted).svg 1988 First round7th872500
Flag of South Africa.svg 1998 Runner-up2nd1674300
Flag of Sri Lanka.svg 2000 Second round7th1661401
Flag of New Zealand.svg 2002 Second round6th1663201
Flag of Bangladesh.svg 2004 Second round8th1662400
Flag of Sri Lanka.svg 2006 First round10th1663300
Flag of Malaysia.svg 2008 Semi-finals4th1663300
Flag of New Zealand.svg 2010 Second round7th1664200
Flag of Australia (converted).svg 2012 Semi-finals4th1663300
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg 2014 First round10th1663300
Flag of Bangladesh.svg 2016 First round12th1662400
Flag of New Zealand.svg 2018 Second round8th1663300
Flag of South Africa.svg 2020 Semi-finals4th1662202
WestIndiesCricketFlagPre1999.svg 2022

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