West Indies Squad For Under-19 World Cup, 2018

West Indies under-19 cricket team represents the Caribbean region in cricket at Under-19 level.  The West Indian Under-19 cricket team have been playing official Under-19 cricket  since 1974 and have played all the World Cups at this level.

Having finished runners-up on four occasions, they won their maiden title in the last edition of the tournament held in 2016 in Bangladesh and will be keen to defend the title in the twelfth edition of the World Cup which will be held in New Zealand.

Performances in the previous World Cups:

Year Host Result
1988 Australia Semifinalists
1998 South Africa Plate runners-up
2000 Sri Lanka Fifth
2002 New Zealand Semifinalists
2004 Bangladesh Semifinalists
2006 Sri Lanka Eighth
2008 Malaysia Ninth
2010 New Zealand Semifinalists
2012 Australia Sixth
2014 UAE Sixth
2016 Bangladesh Winners

 

World Cup squad:

Emmanuel Stewart (c)
Kirstan Kallicharan (vc)
Ronaldo Alimohamed
Alick Athanaze
Cephas Cooper
Jarion Hoyte
Kimani Melius
Ashmead Nedd
Kian Pemberton
Raymond Perez
Joshua Persaud
Jeavor Royal
Keagan Simmons
Bhaskar Yadram
Nyeem Young