Rehan Ahmed’s 15-year-old sibling Farhan called in England team for Under-19 Cricket World Cup|Cricket News

Rehan Ahmed’s 15-year-old sibling Farhan has actually been called in England’s Under-19 Cricket World Cup team.

Leg-spinner Rehan, 19, is England’s youngest senior gamer in all 3 formats having actually made his Test, one-day worldwide and T20 worldwide launchings at the age of 18.

Off-spinner Farhan, on the other hand, developed himself in Nottinghamshire’s 2nd XI throughout the 2023 season and will now take a trip to South Africa next month where England remain in a group with Scotland, South Africa and West Indies.

The competition ranges from January 13 to February 4.

Speaking in Antigua today ahead of Farhan’s expected choice, Rehan Ahmed stated: “I’m really delighted for him, he’s really young and he’s been selected for such a huge thing.

” He’s rather amazing for an off-spinner, which is rather unexpected. However I believe he’ll work out. I’m really chuffed for him.”

Rehan Ahmed took career-best figures of 4-54 for England in the second ODI against Ireland at Trent Bridge
Rehan Ahmed has actually advanced from the England Under-19 group into the senior ranks

There recognize names somewhere else in the 15-strong team, with previous England batter Joe Denly’s nephew Jaydn Denly lining up along with Haydon Mustard, child of previous England and Durham wicketkeeper Phil.

Essex’s Luc Benkenstein, whose South African daddy Dale is the existing Gloucestershire head coach, likewise includes as vice captain.

Rehan Ahmed took 12 wickets at the 2022 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in the West Indies as England reached the last before losing to India.

England Under-19 World Cup team: Ben McKinney (Durham – captain), Luc Benkenstein (Essex – vice captain), Farhan Ahmed (Nottinghamshire), Tazeem Ali (Warwickshire), Charlie Allison (Essex), Charlie Barnard (Lancashire), Jack Carney (Lancashire), Jaydn Denly (Kent), Eddie Jack (Hampshire), Dominic Kelly (Hampshire), Sebastian Morgan (Middlesex), Haydon Mustard (Durham), Hamza Shaikh (Warwickshire), Noah Thain (Essex), Theo Wylie (Warwickshire).

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