North Sound (Antigua), Jan 26 (PTI) Leg-spinner Rehan Ahmed (4/48) led an excellent bowling display to help England bowl out South Africa for 209 in their Super League quarterfinal match of the U-19 World Cup here on Wednesday.

Coming in at number three after South Africa opted to bat, Dewald Brevis top-scored with an aggressive knock of 97 off 88 balls but he hardly got any help from the other end as the English bowlers struck at regular intervals.

Also Read | Australian Open 2022 Day 10 Highlights: Look Back At Top Results, Major Action From Tennis Tournament in Melbourne.

The lack of a substantial partnership hit the South Africans hard as wicketkeeper Gerhardus Maree (27 off 35 balls) and Matthew Boast (22 not out in 26 balls) lifted their team past the 200-run mark at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.

Number 11 Asakhe Tshaka contributed an useful 18 off two balls, extending the innings in the company of Boast, with whom he added valuable 40 runs for the last wicket.

Also Read | Australian Open 2022: Daniil Medvedev Beats Felix Auger-Aliassime To Set Up Semifinal Clash Against Stefanos Tsitsipas.

The South Africans had a poor start to their innings, losing two wickets for just 21 runs on the board within seventh over.

Brevis and Maree then stabilised the innings with a 55-run stand for the third wicket before Jacob Bethell had the latter with his left-arm spin.

Though skipper George Van Heerden got out after making 7, Brevis still managed to raise 41 runs with him for the fourth wicket before Ahmed picked up his first wicket of the day, sending back the South Africa captain.

Ahmed struck again as he dismissed Andile Simelane for a duck before bowling out Michael Copeland for 1 to leave South Africa reeling at 135 for six in the 31st over.

Two more wickets fell, for the addition of 34 runs, before the duo of Boast and Tshaka added 40 runs for the last wicket to take their team's total past 200.

Besides Ahmed, there were two wickets apiece for Joshua Boyden and James Sales.

Brief scores:

South Africa U-19: 209 all out in 43.4 overs (Dewald Brevis 97; Rehan Ahmed 4/48) vs England.

(This is an unedited and auto-generated story from Syndicated News feed, LatestLY Staff may not have modified or edited the content body)