Mousley, Goldsworthy shines while England wins the ICC U-19 World Cup Trophy
BENONI (South Africa): Dan mousley scored a century before Lewis Goldsworthy He picked up a five-wicket ride when England lifted the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup Trophy after beating Sri Lanka in 152 races on Monday.
Mounted on 111 of 135 Mousley balls, England registered a competitive 279 for seven of its 50 overs and then Goldsworthy returned with impressive figures of 5 by 21 to beat Sri Lanka by 127.
England dominated from the beginning with the ton of perfect rhythm of Mousley that was helped by twinkling centuries of Jack haynes (68) and Joey evison (59).
Evison's 45-ball hit contained four limits and three maximum strokes for six.
The Seamers Dilum Thilakarathna (two by 39) and Dilshan Madushanka (two by 41) were the choice of bowling in Sri Lanka.
Chasing the goal, the Asian nation scored quickly, but lost wickets at regular intervals with most of the top order back in the cabin for 14 and the score of 79 for five.
In addition to 66 Ravindu Rashantha, now the top scorer with 286 races, the next best score came from Kamil Mishara (15).
Goldsworthy, the off-spinner, was the main destroyer, as England finished with a flourish to win the plate and finish the competition in ninth place overall.
It was my first international century for England, so I'm excited about that. I've had openings before, but I never had, Mousley said.
It was disappointing not to qualify for the Super League stages, they all fell after the loss to Australia, but we are pleased to have won some cutlery.