CANFORD'S Eddie Jack produced a devastating five-wicket return to bowl the England Young Lions to a 13-run win over Bangladesh in Mulapadu.

It is their first victory in the pre-ICC Under-19 World Quadrangular tournament taking place in India.

England had lost their two previous 50-over matches against India's A and B sides, but their 322-9 against Bangladesh, centred around a double-century third wicket stand between Warwickshire's Hamza Shaikh (126) and Noah Thain (88) put them in a strong position.

Bangladesh lost wickets at fairly regular intervals and, after Jack's pace had been rewarded with two nicks behind to wicketkeeper Jack Carney, looked down and potentially out at 209-7.

But eighth-wicket pair Parvez Rahman (60) and Wasi Siddiquee (32) struck back with an 83 run stand, which left Bangladesh (292-7) requiring 31 runs to win from the last four overs.

But Hampshire Academy all-rounder Jack, who finished with 5-57, produced a devastating finale, breaking the stand and then taking the last two wickets to leave Bangladesh 309 all out. 

Academy team-mate Dom Kelly, unable to bowl due to injury, snapped up the match winning tenth-wicket catch.