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    At least Khaled Mahmud hopefully will retire after one of the ODI's vs Lanka, Aftab Ahmed will play in the premier league tommorow. A win by DOHS will give them the crown

    If you wanna compare Averages :

    Tikolo 764 runs @ 63.33
    Ashraful 389 @ 43.22

    Tikolo might hammer BD in March, but i still think BD will win 3-0

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    DOHS beat Mohammedan by 121 runs
    DOHS 319-7 (50) Nazimuddin 55, Farhad Reza 94, Tikolo 43; Monirul Islam 3-56
    Mohammedan 198 all out (41.1) Hannan Sarkar 34, Khaled Mashud 41

    DOHS require one more win with two to play to win DPL. More runs for Farhad, Tikolo

    Sonargaon beat Brothers by 3 wickets
    Brothers 249 all out (49.4) Salahuddin 64, Rashid Hanif 89
    Sonargaon 253-7 (49.5) Al Sahariar 63, Manvinder Singh 35, Mohammad Ashraful 43; Yasin Arafat 3-53

    A real thriller..., Ashraful continues good form.

    Victoria beat Biman by 1 wicket
    Biman 257-9 (50) Nazmus Sadat 106, Mushfiqur Rahman 38; Jafar Qareshi 4-41
    Victoria 260-9 (50) Mahbub Alam 42, Nasiruddin Faruque 44, Farhad Hossain 74; Mosharraf Hossain 4-40

    ... and even more thrilling. Nazmus makes second consecutive DPL ton.


    Indira beat Agrani by 6 runs
    Indira 197 all out (49.3) Nazmul Hossain 80
    Agrani 191-9 (50) Anisul Hakim 70*, Imtiaz Hossain 35

    Agrani (along with Orient) are relegated from DPL and will play Div I cricket next year

    In other news...

    Shaheed Chandu Stadium, Bogra, gets go-ahead from ICC to host Tests, along with Chittagong
    Khulna Divisional Stadium can now host ODIs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo
    In other news...

    Shaheed Chandu Stadium, Bogra, gets go-ahead from ICC to host Tests, along with Chittagong
    Khulna Divisional Stadium can now host ODIs.


    I hate to see the international matches moving out of Dhaka and Chittagong.There was a time when all the matches used to be played in Dhaka and I loved that time!

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    DOHS beat Biman by 5 runs
    DOHS 230-8 (50) Golam Rahman 40, Tikolo 55, Akram Khan 69; Mosharraf Hossain 3-42
    Biman 225 all out (46.2) Javed Omar 109, Sanwar Hossain 41; Abdur Razzak 3-34

    DOHS reclaim title with a good team performance, Razzak shows more good form, timely knock from Javed

    Sonorgaon beat Mohammedan by 43 runs
    Sonorgaon 282-6 (50) Al Sahariar 59, Sriram 53, Mohammad Salim 70*, Anisur Rahman 48
    Mohammedan 239 all out (42.5) Habibul Bashar 58, Nadif Chowdhury 40, Dhiman Ghosh 33, Aftab Ahmed 26; Mohammad Ashraful 3-31, Mahububul Alam 3-48

    Sonorgaon take second place after an excellent comeback. Big runs from their big players, a comeback for Aftab and wickets for Ashraful.

    Brothers beat Victoria by 1 wicket
    Victoria 195 all out (49.1) Jafar Qareshi 39, Nasir 31, Mahbub 53*; Arafat Sunny 5-41
    Brothers 197-7 (44.1) Salahuddin 49, Rubaiyat 30*; Wascoroni Palash 3-41

    Exciting finale between two sides who have disappointed in super six.


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    OHS beat Victoria by 101 runs
    DOHS 268-8 (50) Golam Rahman 46, Manjural Islam Rana 55, Akram Khan 75, Mahmudallah Riyad 55; Jafar Kureshi
    Victoria 167 all out (37.4) Mahbub 38, Nasiruddin 54; Abdur Razzak 3-20, Manjural Islam Rana 3-13

    Rampant champions DOHS thrash broken Victoria, Biman/Sonargaon and Mohammedan/Brothers complete DPL schedule tomorrow.

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    Great stuff, happy to see ashraful do well with both bat and ball
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    Shaping up as an interesting season.
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    Brothers beat Mohammedan by 9 wickets
    Mohammedan 59 all out (18.4) Aslam Khan 6-37, Kazi Rubiyat 3-22
    Brothers 63-1 (10.4) Rashidul Haque 38*

    Shades of Zimbabwe's recent domestic one-day scores

    Biman beat Sonargaon by 7 wickets
    Sonargaon 194 all out (49.2) Sajjad Kadir 48, Mohammad Ashraful 24; Anisur Rahman 4-33
    Biman 195-3 (42.3) Javed Omar 85, Ashraf Ali 65*

    Javed appears to be striking some timely form

    That concludes the super six:

    1 DOHS
    2 Sonargaon
    3 Biman
    = Mohammedan
    = Victoria
    6 Brothers

    Back to the NCL before the arrival of the Sri Lankans, stay tuned. If anyone's interested I'll do a brief write up of the BD U19 games in the U19 WC thread.

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    NCL (OD)

    Note: Internationals, bar Mashrafe and Tapash, now unavailable.

    Barisal beat Sylhet by 109 runs
    Barisal 302-5 (50) Imran Ahmed 94, Hannan Sarkar 53, Humayun Kabir 63; Hasibul Hossain 3-65
    Sylhet 193-9 (50) Golam Mawla 66; Anisur Rahman 3-16, Humayun Kabir 3-15

    Marshall Ayub, young lad in good form in DPL, smashed 20 off 12 balls for Barisal.

    Dhaka beat Khulna by 6 wickets
    Khulna 177 all out (44) Mashrafe Mortaza 40; Mohammad Sharif 4-17, Ashraful Khan 3-36
    Dhaka 180-4 (32.5) Uttam Sarkar 52. Al Sahariar 49 (38 balls)

    Crushing win for a depleted Dhaka outfit.

    Rajshahi beat Chittagong by 15 runs
    Rajshahi 273-7 (50) Jahurul Islam 52, Hasanuzzaman 62; Saju Datta 3-48
    Chittagong 258 all out (49.3) Faisal Hossain 82, Dhiman Ghosh 76; Shafaq Al Zabir 3-36

    Chittagong recover well after Al Zabir reduced them to 4-2, and then 38-4.

    Code:
       			P W L A Pts NetRR 
    1  Dhaka Division 	4 4 0 0 8 1.639 
    2  Rajshahi Division 	4 4 0 0 8 1.006 
    3  Khulna Division 	4 1 3 0 2 -0.163 
    4  Chittagong Division 	4 1 3 0 2 -0.369 
    5  Barisal Division 	4 1 3 0 2 -0.792 
    6  Sylhet Division 	4 1 3 0 2 -0.936

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    NCL (FC) Scores, Day One of Three

    Barisal, with 10 first-innings wickets remaining, trail Sylhet by 147 runs
    Sylhet 193 all out (71.3) Golam Mabud 47, Tapash Baisya 41; Sajid Islam 3-40
    Barisal 46-0 (17)

    Rough first day for an inexperienced Sylhet team. Tapash was batting at seven - shows weakness of NCL. Imran Ahmed and Hannan Sarkar both unbeaten at close.

    Khulna, with 7 first-innings wickets remaining, trail Dhaka by 159 runs
    Dhaka 250 all out (55) Kamrul Islam 35, Al Sahariar 102 (90 balls), Mohammad Sharif 48 (38); Mohammad Shiplo 5-69, Ziaur Rahman 4-75
    Khulna 91-3 (24) Nazmus Sadat 48

    Must be a real belter with the run-rates, Dhaka batting looks powerful even minus the big guns.

    Rajshahi, with 9 first-innings wickets remaining, trail Chittagong by 148 runs
    Chittagong 216 all out (67.2) Nazimuddin 32, Ehsanul Haque 94; Farhad Reza 3-33, Mushfiqur Rahman 3-52
    Rajshahi 68-1 (19) Farhad Hossain 35*

    Ehsanul Haque continues to knock hard at the selectors door. Jahurul Islam (18) is the man in the pavilion for strong Rajshahi.

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    Sylhet, with 7 second-innings wickets remaining, lead Barisal by 106 runs
    Sylhet 193 all out
    Barisal 201 all out (60.2) Shahin Hossain 47; Tapash Baisya 3-53, Ashiqur Rahman 3-45, Hasibul Hossain 3-67
    Sylhet 114-3 (41) Imtiaz Hossain 41, Golam Mabud 40*

    Game on... come on Tapash

    Dhaka, with 9 second-innings wickets remaining, lead Khulna by 382 runs
    Dhaka 250 all out
    Khulna 170 all out (50.3) Nazmus Sadat 54; Mohammad Sharif 5-41
    Dhaka 302-1 (74) Uttam Sarkar 93, Anwar Hossain 142*, Kamrul Islam 52*

    Uttam/Anwar 209 for 1st wicket, might be a league wicket, I'll check when I've got time. Game, set, match Dhaka.

    Chittagong, with 7 second-innings wickets remaining, trail Rajshahi by 144 runs
    Chittagong 216 all out
    Rajshahi 385 all out (98.3) Farhad Hossain 71, Hasanuzzaman 63, Mushfiqur Rahman 45, Anisur Rahman 53; Yasin Arafat 4-101
    Chittagong 25-3 (6)

    Looks over, Rajshahi continue to dominate

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    Khulna, with 6 second-innings wickets remaining, require 379 runs to beat Dhaka
    Dhaka 250
    Khulna 170
    Dhaka 432-7 dec. (111.1) Uttam Sarkar 93, Anwar Hossain 145, Mahmudallah 53*; Humayun Kabir 5-117
    Khulna 133-4 (50) Aslam Ali 36, Saghir Hossain 31, Tushar Imran 30

    Dhaka really showing their depth with all the national team players out. Should wrap up win tomorrow.

    Rajshahi beat Chittagong by an innings and 27 runs
    Chittagong 216
    Rajshahi 385
    Chittagong 141 all out (33.4) Ehsanul Haque 55; Mushfiqur Rahman 5-56

    Rajshahi complete easy win, with Mushfiqur taking eight in the game.

    Barisal beat Sylhet by 9 wickets
    Sylhet 193
    Barisal 201
    Sylhet 160 all out (58.5) Imtiaz Hossain 41, Golam Mabud 55; Sajid Islam 4-47, Arafat Salahuddin 3-27
    Barisal 156-1 (41.2) Hannan Sarkar 72*, Nasiruddin Faruque 64*

    Barisal make short work of what could have been a testing target.

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    Dhaka beat Chittagong by 256 runs
    Dhaka 250
    Chittagong 170
    Dhaka 432-7 dec
    Chittagong 256 all out (80.2) Jamaluddin Ahmed 45, Aslam Ali 36, Saghir Hossain 31, Tushar Imran 30; Talha Jubair 3-42

    You all still reading this? Let's have a bit more discussion

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    Domestic season isn't really fun to follow without Nat's, Nice to see a 400+ score it's been a while. Newspapers statring to ask why Al Sahariar didn't get a call up

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