England Under-19 290 for 9 (Godleman 115, Wakely 43) v Pakistan Under-19
Pakistan Under-19 seized the advantage by reducing England Under-19 to 290 for 9 on the opening day of the second Test at the County Ground in Derby. Middlesex batsman Billy Godleman stood firm at one end and scored 115 but Pakistan's bowlers pegged away at the other, taking seven wickets for 118 runs after England were 172 for 2 at one stage.
Rory Hamilton-Brown's decision to bat initially paid off as England's openers, Godleman and Alex Wakely, added 95 for the first wicket. Rawalpindi fast-bowler Mohammad Aamer gave Pakistan the first breakthrough when he bowled Wakely for 43 and Mohammad Rameez soon had Adam Lyth caught behind with England on 107 for 2.
Ben Wright and Godleman added 65 for the third wicket but Pakistan made inroads by dismissing Wright while Imad Wasim picked up the wickets of Hamilton-Brown and Ben Brown in quick succession to reduce England to 190 for 5. Rameez ended Godleman's 249-ball innings which included 12 boundaries to put Pakistan on top.
Wasim ended the day with 3 for 43, while Rameez and Azhar Attari took 2 for 81 and 2 for 44 respectively, to finish a satisfactory day for Pakistan after they had been routed by an innings and 58 runs in the first Test.