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    Shahriar Nafees Makes Fifty But Bowlers Fight Back

    NCL (FC) Scores, Round 3, Day 2 of 4

    Dhaka trail Chittagong by 187 runs with 5 first innings wickets remaining
    Chittagong 377 all out (105.4) Masumud Dowla 73, Gazi Salahuddin 47, Nazimuddin 86, Faisal Hossain 91; Mohammad Rafique 4 for 72
    Dhaka 190 for 5 (72) Anwar Hossain Piju 31, Mohammad Ashraful 33, Mahmudallah 62*

    After polishing off the Chittagong tail in the morning, the Dhaka batsman found the going tough against a fairly inexperienced Chittagong bowling attack, and owed a great deal to the spirited resistance of young all rounder Mahmudallah. Dhaka, incidentally, are missing both of the in-form openers, Javed Omar and Rashidul Haque.

    Barisal trail Khulna by 212 runs with 5 first innings wickets remaining
    Khulna 379 all out (107.2) Tushar Imran 34, Manjural Islam Rana 108, Saghir Hossain 56, Abdur Razzak 56; Sajid Islam 3 for 54, Marshall Ayub 3 for 58
    Barisal 167 for 5 (70) Imran Ahmed 41, Shahriar Nafees 64; Jamaluddin Ahmed 4 for 40

    Shahriar Nafees made a positive 81 ball 64 but Khulna remained in charge on day two, thanks to a wagging tail and a late Barisal collapse instigated by off-spinner Jamaluddin Ahmed.

    Sylhet trail Rajshahi by 10 runs with 4 first innings wickets remaining
    Rajshahi 242 all out (93.3) Farhad Hossain 48, Naeem Islam 58; Hasibul Hossain 4 for 40, Enamul Haque jnr 3 for 53, Nazmul Hossain 3 for 58
    Sylhet 232 for 6 (84) Moniruzzaman 86, Golam Mawla 31, Alok Kapali 38

    Sylhet moved into pole position in Bogra on day two, thanks to Moniruzzaman's 86, and useful scores from Kapali and Mawla. The Rajshahi tail captitulated early on as left armer Enamul Haque jnr finished with three wickets, as did seamer Nazmul, while Hasibul took four. The match itself though remains firmly in the balance.

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    NCL Continues as Chittagong Take Command in Dhaka

    NCL (FC) Scores, Round 3, Day 3 of 4

    Chittagong lead Dhaka by 303 runs with 5 second innings wickets remaining
    Chittagong 377 all out
    Dhaka 303 all out (96.5) Anwar Hossain Piju 31, Mohammad Ashraful 33, Mahmudallah 63, Khaled Mahmud 81; Yasin Arafat 5 for 97, Wascaroni Ahmed 3 for 69
    Chittagong 235 for 5 (65) Ehsanul Haque 62, Faisal Hossain 61*, Dhiman Ghosh 72*; Mohammad Rafique 3 for 89

    Chittagong virtually sealed off the possibility of losing as Faisal and Dhiman piled on an unbroken 126 for the sixth wicket, after an early wobble against Mohammad Rafique who curiously opened the bowling, perhaps showing the nature of the pitch. Khaled Mahmud had put up a spirited resistance, adding 85 with Anwar Hossain for the last wicket.

    Khulna lead Barisal by 96 runs with 6 second innings wickets remaining
    Khulna 379 all out
    Barisal 274 all out (108.4) Imran Ahmed 41, Shahriar Nafees 64, Nadif Chowdhury 43; Jamaluddin Ahmed 8 for 67
    Khulna 96 for 4 (49) Arafat Salahuddin 3 for 13

    Khulna remain in control thanks to Jamaluddin Ahmed, despite a late stumble as struggled to 96 off 49 overs. Jamaluddin wrapped up the Barisal innings, ending with the outstanding figures of 36.4-10-67-8, and remained not out at the close along with Manjural Islam Rana.

    Rajshahi lead Sylhet by 130 runs with 4 second innings wickets remaining
    Rajshahi 242 all out
    Sylhet 296 all out (103.5) Moniruzzaman 86, Golam Mawla 31, Alok Kapali 38, Hasibul Hossain 31*; Farhad Reza 3 for 71
    Rajshahi 184 for 6 (68) Farhad Reza 35, Hasanuzzaman 34*, Mushfiqur Rahman 58

    An intriguing last day is in prospect as Rajshahi enjoy a slender lead on a pitch becoming progressivly poor for batting. Hasibul Hossain added crucial runs for Sylhet, before they were reduced to 81 for 5 in reply.

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    Draws Everywhere in Round 3

    (yawn)
    Sorry, I won't add any text reports due to lack of time and the lack of much happening today - special treat though: averages and points table

    NCL (FC) Scores, Round 3, Day 4 of 4

    Dhaka drew with Chittagong
    Chittagong 377 all out
    Dhaka 303 all out
    Chittagong 276 all out
    (78.1) Ehsanul Haque 62, Faisal Hossain 66, Dhiman Ghosh 86; Mohammad Rafique 5 for 113
    Dhaka 267 for 8 (74) Mohammad Ashraful 36, Mahmudallah 70, Khaled Mahmud 83; Ehsanul Haque 3 for 45, Yasin Arafat 3 for 111

    Khulna drew with Barisal
    Khulna 379 all out
    Barisal 274 all out

    Khulna 145 all out (69) Manjural Islam Rana 30; Arafat Salahuddin 5 for 27
    Barisal 149 for 4 (60) Imran Ahmed 60, Nasiruddin Faruque 53; Jamaluddin Ahmed 3 for 45

    Sylhet drew with Rajshahi
    Rajshahi 242 all out
    Sylhet 296 all out
    Rajshahi 276 all out
    (98.1) Farhad Reza 35, Hasanuzzaman 38, Mushfiqur Rahman 58, Nuruzzaman 40, Rafiqul Islam 39; Enamul Haque jnr 4 for 83, Nazmul Hossain 3 for 67
    Sylhet 149 for 5 (58) Ejaj Ahmed 41

    Interesting game at Bogra there, with Sylhet withdrawing in chase of 222 after losing early wickets.

    Points Table

    1 Dhaka (Won 2, Drawn 1, Lost 0) 14 pts
    2 Chittagong (W1, D1, L1) 10
    = Sylhet (W1, D1, L1) 10
    = Khulna (W1, D1, L1) 10
    5 Rajshahi (W1, D1, L1) 8
    6 Barisal (W0, D1, L2) 2

    If you're interested in how the bonus points work have a look at this

    Most Runs (min 200)

    Javed Omar (D) 376 @ 94.00
    Ehsanul Haque (C) 312 @ 62.40
    Alok Kapali (S) 258 @ 51.60
    Shahriar Nafees (B) 248 @ 41.33
    Habibul Bashar (K) 235 @ 47.00
    Imran Ahmed (B) 229 @ 45.80
    Manjural Islam Rana (K) 219 @ 43.80
    Nafees Iqbal (R) 214 @ 35.66
    Moniruzzaman (S) 200 @ 33.33

    Most Wickets (min 12)

    Mohammad Rafique (D) 21 @ 17.00
    Jamaluddin Ahmed (K) 17 @ 12.52
    Yasin Arafat (C) 17 @ 25.58
    Enamul Haque (S) 14 @ 27.85
    Elias Sunny (C) 13 @ 16.38
    Hasibul Hossain (S) 12 @ 12.00
    Last edited by Jungle Jumbo; 07-12-2005 at 01:32 PM.

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    A couple of results and some news to update you with:

    U19 Triangular: Bangladesh U19 have now played five and won five, with their last two wins coming against Sri Lanka and England

    Bangladesh U19 beat Sri Lanka U19 by 102 runs
    Bangladesh U19 253 for 6 (50) Tamim Iqbal 34, Shamshur Rahman 59, Mushfiqur Rahim 75; Weerasinghe 3 for 39
    Sri Lanka U19 151 all out (41.1) de Soysa 46; Kamrul Islam 3 for 40

    Bangladesh U19 beat England U19 by 42 runs
    Bangladesh U19 242 for 9 (50) Raqibul Hasan 61, Mushfiqur Rahim 78; James 3 for 43
    England U19 200 all out (46.4) Chopra 36, Ali 72

    The Dhaka Premier League (DPL) starts December 12, next Monday. All the national team players are playing and the cricket is usually quite intense. Tatenda Taibu will be playing for City Club.

    Opening fixtures:

    DOHS v Sonargoan @ Dhanmondi, Dhaka
    City Club v Kalabagan KC @ Fatullah, Dhaka
    Victoria SC v Orient SC @ BKSP No.1, Dhaka
    Biman Bangladesh v Brothers Union @ Comilla
    Abahani Limited v Indira Road KC @ Bogra
    Mohammedan SC v Agrani Bank @ Mymensingh


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo
    Opening fixtures:

    DOHS v Sonargoan @ Dhanmondi, Dhaka
    City Club v Kalabagan KC @ Fatullah, Dhaka
    Victoria SC v Orient SC @ BKSP No.1, Dhaka
    Biman Bangladesh v Brothers Union @ Comilla
    Abahani Limited v Indira Road KC @ Bogra
    Mohammedan SC v Agrani Bank @ Mymensingh
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    Just two days before it is due to begin the BCB has announced that the DPL has got no sponsor (shows Bangladeshi organisation)

    Maybe CW could stump up the cash!! I dunno how much it would cost, but probably not a lot.
    The Cricket Web Dhaka Premier League - sounds a real high profile tournament!

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    Dhaka Premier League Underway

    DPL Scores, Round 1

    Just as we were getting used to the divisions the various Islams, Mohammads and Ahmeds played for, they've gone and mixed themselves with a load of clubbies who I have no idea at all as to who they are. The sources are a little harder to get, because these games are not List A. Here we go though...

    Abahani beat Indira Road KC by 7 runs
    Abahani 207 for 8 (50) Faisal Hossain 48, Niamur Rashid 44, Ali Arman 30*
    Indira Road KC 200 all out (49) Prosenjit Bose 40, Arif Reza 35; Anwar Hossain Monir 3 for 33

    City Club beat Kalabagan KC by 6 wickets
    Kalabagan KC 218 for 7 (50) Uttam Kumar 57, Arman Hossain 47, Mahbubul Karim 39
    City Club 224 for 4 (43.2) Shahriar Nafees 82, Tushar Imran 50, Alok Kapali 32*

    Tatenda Taibu made just 12 for City Club

    Victoria SC beat Orient SC by 7 wickets
    Orient SC 168 all out (49.5) Feroz Alam 57, Shahnewaz Kabir 3 for 30
    Victoria 172 for 3 (47.5) Sazzadul Hasan 55, Nasiruddin Faruque 54

    Old DOHS beat Sonorgoan by 57 runs
    Old DOHS 225 all out (47.3) Steve Tikolo 74, Nasiruddin 32; Mohammad Rafique 5 for 19
    Sonorgoan 168 all out (37.5) Farhad Reza 3 for 23

    Mohammedans beat Agrani Bank by 66 runs
    Mohammedans 230 for 9 (50) Habibul Bashar 80; Imtiaz Hossain 3 for 16
    Agrani Bank 164 all out (44.3) Jamal Faisal 56; Shabbir Khan 4 for 32, Monirul Islam 3 for 18

    Brothers Union beat Biman Bangladesh by 5 wickets
    Biman Bangladesh 180 for 8 (50) Mushfiqur Rahman 67*, Hasanuzzaman 47; Nazmul Hossain 4 for 33
    Brothers Union 181 for 5 (45.5) Ehsanul Haque 84*, Arafat Sunny 35

    Source: http://www.newagebd.com/score.pdf

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    Ehsanul Haque's in the runs again. Hopefully this doesn't mean a recall to the national team. We all remember what happened last time. I'd say Mohammedan are favourites again with City Club also right up there this year. Last year's premiers Victoria will be lucky to win another game IMO.

    On another note the U19's final is today. It will be played between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
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    And they've done it! Winning the Triangular Series losing just 1 game on the way.

    Scorecard

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    Tomorrows DPL Fixtures:

    DOHS v Kalabagan @ Bogra
    Orient v Sonorgoan @ Comilla
    City Club v Brothers @ Dhaka
    Victoria v Indira @ Dhaka
    Biman v Agrani @ Dhaka
    Abahani v Mohammedans @ Fatullah

    Overseas Players News:

    There has been some more transfer action this week, so here is the list of overseas players as far as I know:

    City Club: Tatenda Taibu (Zimbabwe)
    DOHS: Steve Tikolo (Kenya)
    Abahani: Shadab Kabir (Pakistan)
    Mohammedans: Sandeep Sharma (India)
    Kalabagan: Mohammad Jajid (sp from source? possibly Mohammad Zahid?) and/or Tariq Mahmood (Pakistan, not sure whats going on here, teams can only have 1 os player)
    Victoria: Zafar Qureshi (Pakistan, no cricinfo details)

    It's a little unconvicing and muddled as you can see

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    DPL Round 2 Scores

    DPL Scores Round 2

    Little time this evening, but my trusty source shall reveal all to those who are interested:

    http://www.newagebd.com/score.pdf

    Your comments...

    (It's probably better to do this for the DPL games as I can't see as much interest as for the NCL games)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo
    DPL Scores Round 2

    Little time this evening, but my trusty source shall reveal all to those who are interested:

    http://www.newagebd.com/score.pdf

    Your comments...

    (It's probably better to do this for the DPL games as I can't see as much interest as for the NCL games)
    Tikolo the all-rounder.
    Messi scores on the rebound.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
    Tikolo the all-rounder.
    He is probably the best player ever from a non-Test playing nation, I reckon he could maybe, given the practice and time, have played for any ODI or Test side at his peak. It also shows the quality of Bangladesh club cricket. Mohammad Rafique has got eight cheap wickets in two games now - IMO he could have played for a few other Test nations as well, certainly better than anything England, Windies or South Africa have produced.

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    Yesterdays Results - A bit patchy, my usual source hasn't been updated

    Overseas players in CAPITALS, prominent players in bold

    Victoria beat Mohammedans by 34 runs
    Victoria 183 all out (43.5) Saghir Hossain 37; Monirul Islam 3 for 33, Alamgir Kabir 3 for 40
    Mohammedans 149 all out (46.4) Habibul Bashar 36; Wascoroni Palash 4 for 41, Shahnewaz Kabir 3 for 26

    Old DOHS beat Orient by 93 runs
    Old DOHS 210 for 5 (50) Golam Rahman 37, STEVE TIKOLO 30, Akram Khan 69; Saifullah Magsi 3 for 25
    Orient 117 all out (39.3) Saifullah Magsi 33; STEVE TIKOLO 3 for 15, Farhad Reza 3 for 31

    Kalabagan beat Brothers Union by 6 wickets
    Brothers Union 150 all out (46.2) Ehsanul Haque 36; Shakil Ahmed 3 for 34
    Kalabagan 151 for 4 (32.2) Uttam Sarkar 86

    Biman beat Abahani by 7 wickets
    Abahani 186 all out (49.1) SHADAB KABIR 34, Faisal Hossain 30, Niamur Rashid 60; Mohammad Sharif 4 for 34, Mosharaf Hossain 3 for 36
    Biman 189 for 3 (47.1) Nazmus Sadat 54, ASHRAF ALI 75*, Sanwar Hossain 37*

    City Club beat Agrani Bank by 7 wickets
    Agrani Bank 151 all out (46.4) Towhid Hossain 59, Rizwan Qureshi 43; Alok Kapali 5 for 30
    City Club 152 for 3 (42.4) Rajin Saleh 78*, TATENDA TAIBU 31

    Sonargaon beat Indira Road by 4 wickets
    Indira Road 193 all out (49.4) Arif Ahmed 41, Junaid Siddique 36; Elias Sunny 3 for 20, Mohammad Rafique 3 for 48
    Sonargaon 195 for 6 (45.2) Mohammad Ashraful 71*, Mohammad Salim 54; Siran 3 for 42

    Shock losses for Abahani and Mohammedans

    More wickets for Rafique and Tikolo

    Next round starts December 21

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    Has Taibu arrived yet?
    Or something.

    RIP Fardin Qayyumi (AKA "cricket player"; "Bob"), 1/11/1990 - 15/4/2006

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