It's not been a particularly good Under-19 World Cup for the five associate sides involved, with the only win for an associate being UAE's win over fellow associate Canada.

Yesterday brought an end to the first round with the three associate sides involved all losing by wide margins.

Uganda took on India at the Brian Lara stadium in Trinidad and came up against a tournament record third wicket partnership of 206 between Angkrish Raghuvanshi and Raja Bawa. Raghuvanshi scored 144 whilst Bawa ended the innings unbeaten on 162 as India racked up 405-5 from their 50 overs.

The start of Uganda's reply showed - quite literally - the bruising encounter they were in the middle of as Isaac Ategeka was hit on the left arm. He received treatment from the physio and battled on for a few more balls but had to retire hurt as he was in obvious pain with every attempted shot.

His replacement was out first ball as Uganda's batters struggled to make runs. Captain Pascal Murungi scored 34 but Ronald Opio's 11 was the only other double digit score as they were bundled out for 79 in 19.4 overs, losing by 326 runs. Nishant Sindhu was the pick of the bowlers with 4-19.

Papua New Guinea had an even rougher encounter in their game against Pakistan over at the Queen's Park Oval as they were quickly bowled out for just 50, Muhammad Shehzad taking five wickets for just seven runs. Shehzad was then out for a duck in the first over of Pakistan's reply, but that was the only wicket PNG took as Pakistan cruised to a nine wicket victory in just 12 overs.

In St Kitts the United Arab Emirates batted first against Bangladesh after being put in. They were bowled out for 148, Punya Mehra top scoring with 43. Rain reduced Bangladesh's target to 107 from 35 overs but they only needed 24.5 of them as they won by nine wickets with Mahfijul Islam scoring an unbeaten 64.

The tournament isn't over for the five associate sides though as there is still the Plate competition for the bottom 8 teams. That gets underway on Tuesday with the first of two quarter finals in Trinidad. Uganda will take on the UAE whilst Canada will be playing Ireland. Scotland and Papua New Guinea have their plate quarter finals on Wednesday against Zimbabwe and the West Indies respectively.