England knocked out of U19 World Cup by West Indies
West Indies 166 (34.4 overs) beat England 148 (33.1 overs) by 18 runs
West Indies celebrate the wicket of England's Ben Stokes
England were knocked out of the Under-19 World Cup after losing by 18 runs to West Indies in a rain-reduced quarter-final in New Zealand.
In a match reduced to 36 overs, West Indies batted first and made 166 with the help of a 103-run stand between Kraigg Brathwaite and Andre Cleary.
Gloucestershire bowler David Payne ended with figures of 4-19.
In reply, England were dismissed for 148 with paceman Jason Holder taking five wickets for just 19 runs.
Only four England players managed to get into the 20s, with Durham's Ben Stokes top-scoring with 24.
"This was a disappointing end to the tournament after three good performances in the group stages," said England and Wales Cricket Board elite player development manager John Abrahams.
"The players have gelled together as a unit and worked hard on their own games and for each other.
"There is no doubt that they have grown as people and cricketers and hopefully they will see proof of that in the coming season."
England finished top of their group to make the last eight, beating India, Hong Kong and Afghanistan.
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