LUCKNOW: As India gets ready for business at the U-19 World Cup in New Zealand, three UP players - Shivam Mavi, Shiva Singh and Aryan Juyal —will also seek glory in order to enliven the Indian challenge.
In the next game at Chesterfield he was again in the news scoring 41 not out and claiming six wickets with a haul of 4/51 in the first innings.
The 18-year-old boy, who also did India duty during the under-19 Asia Cup and the away series against England in August last year will find the conditions not very suitable for his type of bowling in New Zealand.
India play their opening match against Australia at Bay Oval Mount Maunganui on Sunday.Shivam, the Noida born all-rounder is a right-arm fast medium bowler who can use the long-handle well with the willow.
Aryan's father, Dr Sanjay Juyal is a physician who practices in Haldwani , but Aryan has played all his agegroup Board matches for UP.Another Moradabad player Shiva will be in fray with his left-arm spin.