Big congratulations are in order for King’s Hospital (KH) student Reuben Wilson, who has secured a well-deserved spot in the 15-man Ireland squad set to compete at the 2024 ICC Men’s Under-19 Cricket World Cup in South Africa. This significant achievement showcases Reuben’s talent and dedication to the sport.
The squad, led by Railway Union’s Philippe le Roux, boasts a formidable lineup, including several players who were part of Ireland’s U19 team in the previous tournament held in the West Indies two years ago. Notably, Reuben Wilson, along with Scott Macbeth, Daniel Forkin, and le Roux, brings vital experience to the team, aiming for success in the upcoming tournament.
Selectors have unveiled the 15-player squad as Ireland gears up to compete in Group A, where they will face formidable opponents such as Bangladesh, the USA, and the reigning champions, India. This tournament holds immense significance for Ireland, having secured automatic qualification following their commendable tenth-place finish at the 2022 World Cup in the West Indies.
Stay tuned for updates on Reuben Wilson’s journey and Ireland’s progress in this thrilling tournament. The entire KH community extends their best wishes to Reuben and the Ireland Under-19s for a successful and remarkable campaign in South Africa.