Records / Under-19s Youth One-Day Internationals / Batting records / Most nineties in career

Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 90s
H Hameed (Eng19) 2013-2014 8 8 0 485 125 60.62 1 3 2
P Daneel (SAf19) 2005-2006 10 10 2 431 91* 53.87 0 4 2
DJ Thornely (Aus19) 1997-1998 12 11 1 391 126 39.10 1 2 2
Khalid Latif (Pak19) 2003-2004 16 16 2 459 94* 32.78 0 4 2
C Fortuin (SAf19) 2013-2014 17 17 1 670 99 41.87 0 7 2
BT Foakes (Eng19) 2011-2012 22 21 3 854 111 47.44 2 4 2
Hasan Raza (Pak19) 1997-2000 27 26 6 903 100* 45.15 1 6 2
Shadman Islam (BD19) 2013-2014 26 26 2 941 126* 39.20 1 4 2
Q de Kock (SAf19) 2010-2012 30 30 1 1409 146 48.58 4 7 2
Ahmed Shehzad (Pak19) 2007-2010 40 39 4 1318 115 37.65 1 8 2

Records include the following recent matches:
Sri Lanka Under-19s v Australia Under-19s at Colombo (SSC), 6th Youth ODI, Oct 4, 2014 [Youth ODI # 990]
Sri Lanka Under-19s v Australia Under-19s at Colombo (PSS), 5th Youth ODI, Oct 3, 2014 [Youth ODI # 989]
Sri Lanka Under-19s v Australia Under-19s at Colombo (Colts), 4th Youth ODI, Oct 1, 2014 [Youth ODI # 988]

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Gordon Greenidge is the only opening batsman to have been dismissed in the 90s in both innings of a Test match. Incidentally, this has happened to him on two occasions, versus Pakistan in 1977 and against New Zealand in 1980.

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