South Africa Squad For Under-19 World Cup, 2018

South Africa Under-19 cricket team represents the Proteas in cricket at the under-19 level. They missed the inaugural edition of the Under-19 World Cup since they started playing at the Under-19 level from 1995.

After finishing runners-up in two editions, they finally won the title in 2014 under the captaincy of Aiden Markram and will be looking to add a second to their kitty in the upcoming twelfth edition of the tournament, scheduled to be played in New Zealand.

Performances in the previous World Cups:

Year Host Result
1998 South Africa Second round
2000 Sri Lanka Plate winners
2002 New Zealand Runners-up
2004 Bangladesh Seventh
2006 Sri Lanka Plate semifinalists
2008 Malaysia Runners-up
2010 New Zealand Fifth
2012 Australia Semifinalists
2014 UAE Winners
2016 Bangladesh Eleventh

 

World Cup squad:

Raynard van Tonder (c)
Matthew Breetzke
Gerald Coetzee
Jade de Klerk
Jean du Plessis
Fraser Jones
Wandile Makwetu
Andile Mokgakane
Akhona Mnyaka
Kgaudise Molefe
Jason Niemand
Thando Ntini
Jiveshan Pillay
Hermann Rolfes
Kenan Smith