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    The Second Bangladesh High Performance Squad v England U-19 took place in Bogra yesterday

    England U-19 won toss
    England U-19 194 all out (47.4 overs) K Brown 89, B Wright 23, C Thompson 26; Rezaul Islam 3/20,
    Mahmadullah 3/28
    Bangladesh HP Squad 195/6 (43 overs) Golam Rahman 26, Mazharuddin 65*, Sirajullah Khadeem 22; A Miller 3/21

    National OD League starts today

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    Rajshahi, Dhaka and Chittagong Start with Wins

    Champions Rajshahi began their defence of their title by thrashing Barisal, while there were also wins for Dhaka against Sylhet and Chittagong against Khulna

    Rajshahi v Barisal
    Barisal won toss
    Barisal 108 all out (46.2 overs) Shahriar Nafees 11, Shahin Hossain 22, Towhid Hossain 24; Shafaq Al Zabir 2/20, Mushfiqur Rahman 2/16, Mohammad Shahzada 2/24, Rezwanul Islam 2/19
    Rajshahi 112/2 (23.2 overs) Moniruzzaman 13, Naeem Islam 54*, Anisur Rahman 34*)
    Rajshahi won by 8 wickets

    A crushing victory for Rajshahi in their opening fixture, though sterner opposition awaits, as the new-look Barisal top order failed to fire. Naeem Islam is a name to watch out for, as he also impressed last year. Former national opener Hannan Sarkar made just 3 for Barisal.

    Dhaka v Sylhet
    Sylhet 147 all out (46.2 overs) Imtiaz Hossain 27, Rajin Saleh 31, Rezaul Haque 23; Mohammad Sharif 5/21, Mohammad Rafique 2/18
    Dhaka 148/2 (29.4 overs) Rashidul Haque 76*, Al Sahariar 14, Mohammad Ashraful 48*
    Dhaka won by 8 wickets

    Mohammad Ashraful smashed 48 off 56 balls to complete an easy win for Dhaka, putting on an unbroken 110 with Rashidul in the process, after Sharif had taken a slippery 5-for

    Chittagong v Khulna
    Khulna 211/8 (50 overs) Sajjadul Hasan 16, Shafiul Alam 16, Jamaluddin Ahmed 18, Tushar Imran 57, Hasanuzzaman 27, Abdur Razzak 18; Yasin Arafat 2/31, Waseluddin Ahmed 2/21, Shabbir Khan 2/5
    Chittagong 215/3 (48.4 overs) Salahuddin 17, Nafees Iqbal 25, Aftab Ahmed 25, Ehsanul Haque 66*, Faisal Hossain 75*
    Chittagong won by 7 wickets

    With Habibul Bashar missing for Khulna through injury, Ehsanul (78 balls, 5x4) and Faisal (92 balls, 7x4, 1x6) piled on 134 for the fourth wicket, after they were reduced to 81/3. Tushar Imran, on the fringes of the national side had earlier made 57 off 68 balls with four fours

    One other score from the Afro Asian U-19 Cup in India

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    India U-19 v Bangladesh U-19
    Bangladesh U-19 194 all out (49.4 overs) Mushfiqur Rahim 40 (75), Saqib al Hassan 24, Mehdi Hassan 22, Showardhi Shuvo 45 (38), wickets for Dhiman, Shukla and Piyush Chawla
    India U-19 195/6 R Shukla 56 (86), Srivastav 43 (47); Nabil Samad 2/58, Saqib Al Hassan 2/26

    Saqib al Hassan, a left arm spin bowling all rounder, as with Mushfiqur Rahim, is a talent to keep an eye on.

    More tomorrow when the FC NCL gets underway

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo

    More tomorrow when the FC NCL gets underway
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    Cricinfo Scorecards of NCL OD Round One Games

    Rajshahi v Barisal
    Dhaka v Sylhet
    Chittagong v Khulna

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    Home Sides Enjoy Comfortable Start to NCL

    Dhaka v Sylhet
    Sylhet 225 all out (76.5 overs) Moniruzzaman 39, Alok Kapali 15, Rajin Saleh 68, Golam Mabud 22, Ejaj Ahmed 21, Rezaul Haque 17; Shahadat Hossain 5/21, Mohammad Ashraful 2/16
    Dhaka 8/1 (7.2 overs)

    Test paceman Shahadat took vital wickets as Sylhet, who struggled against Mohammad Sharif in the OD league yesterday, were held together by captain Rajin Saleh. In Dhaka's reply, Rezaul Haque removed Mehrab Hossain for a duck.

    Rajshahi v Barisal
    Barisal 181/7 (66 overs) Imran Ahmed 33, Towhid Hossain 46, Shahin Hossain 19, Ali Arman 22*, Yasin Arafat 16*; Mohammad Shazada 2/30, Sumon Shaha 2/37

    After a delayed start, the Rajshahi bowlers were on top for the majority of the day, with only Towhid showing resistance as he had done in the OD league yesterday. Internationals Shahriar Nafees and Hannan Sarkar both fell early on.

    Chittagong v Khulna
    Khulna 192 all out (57.1 overs) Sajjadul Hasan 27, Monirul Islam 20, Habibul Bashar 68 (74), Manjural Islam Rana 14, Hasanuzzaman 28*; Waiskarani Palash 3/49, Elias Sunny 5/46
    Chittagong 120/1
    (30 overs) Masumud Dowla 25, Nafees Iqbal 63*, Aftab Ahmed 32*
    Left arm spinner Elias Sunny ripped through the Khulna lineup, as only national captain Habibul looked comfortable. In reply, Nafees and Aftab look in good touch, and with Faisal Hossain and Ehsanul Haque to come, Chittagong look to be in a dominant position.

    One other score from Afro Asian U-19 Cup

    Sri Lanka U-19 v Bangladesh U-19
    Bangladesh U-19 175 all out (46.5 overs) Tamim Iqbal (younger brother of Nafees) 42 (42), Mehrab Hossain jnr 37, Saqib Al Hasan 27; K Nayke 4/26, R Weerasinghe 3/34
    Sri Lanka U-19 176/2 (32.1 overs) S Soysa 46, D Karuna 78

    Bangladesh collapsed from 114 for 2, losing eight wickets for 61 runs

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    Nafees Completes Hundred but Dhaka Struggle

    Ispahani Mirzapore National Cricket League (FC) Scores, Day 2 of 4

    Sylhet lead Dhaka by 220 runs with 4 second innings wickets remaining
    Sylhet 225 all out
    Dhaka 131 all out (37.3 overs) Javed Omar 27, Sanwar Hossain 22; Ashiqur Rahman 6/46, Rezaul Haque 2/30, Golam Mabud 8 wk catches
    Sylhet 126/6 (45.3 overs) Moniruzzaman 47, Rajin Saleh 33, Tushar Imran 18; Talha Jubair 3/19

    Resuming on 8 for 1, the much vaunted Dhaka batting lineup fell to pieces as paceman Ashiqur ran through it, while keeper Golam took 8 catches. Mohammad Ashraful made just 9. Sylhet appear in quite dominant position on what surely must be a poor wicket

    Chittagong lead Khulna by 288 runs with 3 first innings wickets remaining
    Khulna 192 all out
    Chittagong 380/7 (120 overs) Nafees Iqbal 100, Ehsanul Haque 85, Waseluddin Ahmed 74, Aftab Ahmed 64, Masumud Dowla 25, Sadid Hossain Khan 21*; Ziaur Rahman 3/88

    Nafees Iqbal struck a hundred in his debut as captain, adding 55 with Aftab, while Ehsanul and Waseluddin added a further 148 for the fifth wicket. Going into stumps 288 ahead, it is difficult to see anything other than a Chittagong victory.

    Rajshahi lead Barisal by 15 runs with 7 first innings wickets remaining
    Barisal 223 all out (94.2 overs) Towhid Hossain 46, Imran Ahmed 33, Salahuddin 32; Mohammad Shahzada 3/38, Alamgir Kabir 3/59, Sumon Shaha 2/47
    Rajshahi 238/3 (67 overs) Anisur Rahman 103*, Hasanuzzaman 81*; Golam Rabbani 2/61

    Rajshahi began to open up a lead on day two, after the Barisal tail added vital runs without incident. Anisur and Hasanuzzaman then came together to plunder 190 unbeaten fourth wicket runs

    The High Performance Squad sealed the five match series v England U-19 by opening up a 3-0 lead.

    Bangladesh HP Squad 225 for 8 (50 overs) Mahmuddulah Riyad 53 (59), Farhad Reza 38 (51), Ishraq Sonet 24 (10)
    England U-19 172 all out (41.3 overs) Wright 43, Thompson 30; Mosharraf Hossain 2/12, Nadif Chowdhury 2/41

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo
    As Chubb already has a Zimbabwean thread I thought that the Bangladeshis also deserve a thread. I am not Bangladeshi myself nor do I have an link with Bangladesh, I meerly have an interest in what was until recently the worst first class league in the world. The player summaries are probably full of mistakes so if anyone can fill in the gaps please let me know.
    Its quite amazing to see some one having no link with Bangladesh following their domestic cricket so closely.

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    Dhaka and Chittagong Seal Three Day Wins

    NCL Scores Day 3 of 4

    Dhaka beat Sylhet by 2 wickets
    Sylhet 225 all out and 164 all out (45.3) Moniruzzaman 47, Rajin Saleh 33, Golam Mabud 18; Talha Jubair 4/21, Mohammad Rafique 4/40
    Dhaka 131 all out and 259/8 (75.4) Javed Omar 92, Rashidul Haque 78, Mehrab Hossain 42, Mohammad Ashraful 13; Enamul Haque 5/75, Alok Kapali 2/74
    Dhaka owed everything to a 175 run opening stand between Javed and the in form Rashidul as they collapsed against the spinners before holding on for victory. Earlier Sylhet added just 38 to their overnight total.

    Sajjad Kadir, the Dhaka keeper, was also suspended for two games after foul and abusive language.

    Chittagong beat Khulna by 8 wickets
    Khulna 192 all out and 258 all out (69.2) Habibul Bashar 54, [B]Tushar Imran 39[B/], Hasanuzzaman 33, M Islam Rana 32, Monirul Islam 26, Ziaur Rahman 25; Elias Sunny 4/42, Yasin Arafat 4/43, Tareq Aziz 2/56
    Chittagong 410 all out (133) Nafees Iqbal 100, Ehsanul Haque 85, Waseluddin Ahmed 74, Aftab Ahmed 64, Masumud Dowla 25; Ziaur Rahman 5/103, Abdur Razzak 2/122; and 41/2 (5.3)

    Chittagong wrapped up a comfortable victory, with Elias Sunny completed a 9 wicket haul in the match, though international starts Habibul and Tushar made Chittagong bat again.

    Barisal lead Rajshahi by 120 runs with 5 second innings wickets remaining
    Barisal 223 all out and 204 for 5 (66) Shahriar Nafees 83, Nasiruddin 43*, Hannan Sarkar 36; Alamgir Kabir 4/49
    Rajshahi 307 all out (99 overs) Ansiur Rahman 108, Hasanuzzaman 81, Khaled Mashud 29; Golam Rabbani 4/79, Hannan Sarkar 3/36

    An interesting last day is in prospect as any result is possible after Shahriar Nafees lead the Barisal fight back. Hannan wrapped up the Rajshahi innings earlier with his medium pace.

    Bangladesh Under 19s won their first game in the Afro Asian Cup
    Zimbabwe 122 all out (43.4 overs) Dolar Mahmud 3 wkts, Nazmul Hossain 2 wkts, Mehrab Hossain jnr 2 wkts
    Bangladesh 125/1 (12.4 overs) Iqbal Hasan 60*, Sakib Al Hasan 40*

    Sad state of affairs in Zimbabwe when you get trounced as badly as that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo
    Bangladesh Under 19s won their first game in the Afro Asian Cup
    Zimbabwe 122 all out (43.4 overs) Dolar Mahmud 3 wkts, Nazmul Hossain 2 wkts, Mehrab Hossain jnr 2 wkts
    Bangladesh 125/1 (12.4 overs) Iqbal Hasan 60*, Sakib Al Hasan 40*

    Sad state of affairs in Zimbabwe when you get trounced as badly as that
    Cricket's finished there. It's over. But I'll still follow them, and cheer for them anyway.
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    [QUOTE=Jungle Jumbo]As Chubb already has a Zimbabwean thread I thought that the Bangladeshis also deserve a thread. I am not Bangladeshi myself nor do I have an link with Bangladesh, I meerly have an interest in what was until recently the worst first class league in the world. The player summaries are probably full of mistakes so if anyone can fill in the gaps please let me know.


    It's really surprising that you know so much about Bangladesh cricket even though you've no connection with the country! This is pretty serious stuff...I'm sure most of the people here in BD don't even know so much about BD cricket!

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    Rajshahi Complete Barisal Triumph

    NCL (FC) Scores Day 4 of 4

    Rajshahi beat Barisal by 8 wickets
    Barisal 223 all out and 234 all out (93.2) Shahriar Nafees 83, Nazimuddin 61, Hannan Sarkar 36; Alamgir Kabir 5/56, Kamrul Hassan 2/25
    Rajshahi 307 all out and 141 for 2 (37.4) Moniruzzaman 80, Farhad Hossain 51

    Rajshahi eased home against Barisal, as Alamgir took 8 wickets in the match, and Moniruzzaman and Farhad put on 122 for the first wicket.

    Cricinfo Scorecards:
    Rajshahi v Barisal
    Dhaka v Sylhet
    Chittagong v Khulna

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    The next round of the NCL starts Saturday:
    Dhaka v Barisal
    Rajshahi v Khulna
    Sylhet v Chittagong

    Bangladesh U-19 beat Pakistan U-19 by 1 wicket
    Pakistan U-19 252 all out (49.1) Sohrawardhi Shuvo 4 for 52, Mehrab Hossain jnr 3 for 27
    Bangladesh U-19 255 for 9 (47.4) Tamim Iqbal 61, Sohrawardhi Shuvo 67, Medhi Hassan 36

    @ Parisa, Pratyush: Thanks, Bangladeshi cricket had just got FC status when I began to take an interest in cricket (I'm only 15) so I've kind of grown up with it, plus there's the strange sight of seeing players who are appalling at international cricket make big runs/take big wickets, and the interest of seeing new talent emerge and make its way to the test arena

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    Three scores from age group Bangladesh teams to report

    Bangladesh HP Squad 213 all out (??) Golam Rahman 61, Sirajullah Khadeem 30, Nadif Chowdhury 33
    England U-19 197 for 9 (50) Mosharraf Hossain 3 wickets, Hamilton 42, Chopra 37

    England U-19 219 for 9 (50) Usheya 58, Hamilton 57, Wright 31, Chopra 23; Mosharraf Hossain 4 wickets
    Bangladesh HP Squad 222 for 4 (45.1) Farhad Raza 56, Golam Rahman 44, Rabiul Islam 41

    Golam Rahman (opening batsman), Farhad Reza (all rounder) and Mosharraf Hossain (left arm spinner) look in excellent form.

    Afro-Asian U-19 Cup
    South Africa U-19 92 all out (34.3) Mehrab Hossain jnr 3 for 7, Showardhi Shuvo 3 for 6
    Bangladesh U-19 93 for 2 (16.4) Mehedi Hassan 35, Sakib Al Hassan 30

    Mehedi Hassan, Tamim Iqbal, Showardhi Shuvo, Mehrab Hossain jnr and Sakib Al Hassan appear to be talented prospects for the future along with Mushfiqur Rahim, the test wicket keeper batsman and U-19 captain

    Be back Saturday with NCL OD scores
    Last edited by Jungle Jumbo; 25-11-2005 at 12:55 PM.

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