- The South Africans had a poor start to their innings, losing two wickets for just 21 runs on board.
- Brevis and Maree then stabilised the innings with a 55-run stand for the third wicket.
- Besides Ahmed, there were two wickets apiece for Joshua Boyden and James Sales.
A blistering display with the bat by Jacob Bethell helped England advance to the semi-finals of the Super League of the ongoing ICC U19 World Cup in a six-wicket win over South Africa.
Bethell was one of the bowlers to restrict South Africa to 209 all out before hitting 88 to see England set up a clash with either Sri Lanka or Afghanistan. Matthew Welch's 78 helped Zimbabwe to set Scotland a tricky chase of 249 in their Plate quarter-final. Scotland were unable to build partnerships as they slumped to 140 all out to see Zimbabwe advance to meet Ireland.
They will be joined in the semi-finals by the hosts West Indies who were too good for Papua New Guinea in a 169-run win. The West Indies will now face the United Arab Emirates, while Papua New Guinea are set to take on Uganda in the Plate play-offs.
South Africa endured a slow start having won the toss and chosen to bat, their first boundary came off the final ball of the fourth over, before Joshua Boyden dismissed Valentine Kitime off the next delivery.
(Reported by ANI)