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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo View Post
    DPL squads after the end of the transfer window:


    Old DOHS
    Bowlers: Dolar Mahmud (RFM), Rubel Hossain (RF)
    not afraid of pace inflation.

    Gazi Tank's tactic to bat to eight and bowl to nine?
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    ^ lol!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    I was going to just change it to 2009/10 but it'd be a false title given the earlier posts in here so I've given you a generic title that I think fits the contents the best. Let me know if you want it changed to something else.
    Thanks - yeah that's probably the best solution. Saves having to change it in the future as well.

    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    not afraid of pace inflation.

    Gazi Tank's tactic to bat to eight and bowl to nine?
    Yeah I realise I exaggerated some of the pace, but I guess it's all relative. Rubel, Shahadat and Mashrafe are significantly faster than the rest though and I think Rubel was clocked pretty close to 90mph in the World Twenty20. There are loads of bowlers I've put down as 'RFM' who probably bowl at about 75mph though.

    And yes, Gazi have a ridiculous amount of batting and bowling. Shuvo could bat top five for some of the other sides, I had him down at nine in a side I thrashed out last night when bored, which also had eight frontline bowling options.

    The sides will be without their players away with Bangladesh A for the start of the Twenty20 (squad listed above, scores to come shortly) and Abahani will be without the injured Mashrafe and Shakib for the whole tournament.

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    Nasik, 27-29 September: Maharashtra U-22 drew with Bangladesh A
    Maharashtra U-22 215 (74.4) - Suhrawadi Shuvo 25-7-46-5
    Bangladesh A* 147 (52.2)
    Mahrashtra U-22 179-9 dec (53)
    - Talha Jubair 18-4-43-3
    Bangladesh A 207-8 (65)

    Bangladesh A: Imrul Kayes, Nafees Iqbal, Hannan Sarkar*+, Imran Ahmed, Rajin Saleh, Shamsur Rahman, Faisal Hossain, Suhrawadi Shuvo, Ziaur Rahman, Dolar Mahmud, Talha Jubair.

    DPL squads above edited to show Bangladesh A players.


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    Sorry I haven't been able to keep this up to date. I'm at uni now and it's all work and play (first post of CW here for a long, long time). I'll do my best now that the T20 has started though, you need your diet of dire cricket to survive...

    DPL Twenty20, day one

    Details aren't easy to find, relying on Bangladeshi media sources here.

    Group A

    Mirpur: Mohammedan beat Victoria by 53 runs
    Mohammedan 174-4 (20) - Tamim Iqbal 60 (26), Shamsur Rahman 42 (48) Mohammad Ashraful 23 (24), Aftab Ahmed 30 (17)
    Victoria* 121-7 (20) - Mohammad Sharif 42 (28), Ashraful Aziz 26; Nabil Samad 2-16

    Tamim, battling with flu and later injury, smashed his way to 60 from the first six overs; he hit 13 fours.

    Dhanmondi: Biman beat BKSP by 8 wickets with 6 balls remaining
    BKSP 107 (18.5) - Shuvomoy Sarkar 61 (45); Elias Sunny 3-10, Talha Jubair 2-21
    Biman 108-2 (19) - Mehrab Hosain jnr 62 (49)

    Fatullah: Khelaghar beat Partex by 23 runs
    Khelaghar 128-5 (20) - Gazi Salahuddin 46 (46)
    Partex 105 (18.4) - Monirul 3-?

    Group B

    Mirpur: Abahani beat Kalabagan by 3 wickets with 9 balls remaining
    Kalabagan 107-9 (20) - Subashis Roy 3-13
    Abahani 109-7 (18.3) - Mahbubul Karim 26, Nasir Hossain 22*

    Fatullah: Gazi Tank beat CCS by 83 runs
    Gazi Tank 215-5 (20) - Nazimuddin 60 (28), Alok Kapali 48 (20), Mithun Ali 55 (27)
    CCS 132-8 (20) - Uttam Sarkar 53; Alok Kapali 3-13, Farhad Reza 2-20

    Dhanmondi: Surjo Torun beat Old DOHS by 7 wickets with 44 balls remaining
    Old DOHS 89-7 (20)
    Surjo Torun 91-3 (13.4) - Hannan Sarkar 28

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    Group A

    Mirpur: Biman (2-0) beat Partex (0-2) by 7 wickets with 23 balls remaining
    Partex 99-9 (20) - Talha Jubair 3-13, Shafiul Islam 2-?, Mosharraf Hossain 2-?
    Biman 103-3 (16.1) - Mushfiqur Rahim 54* (40), Sharifullah 28 (31)

    Mirpur: Mohammedan (2-0) beat BKSP (0-2) by 79 runs
    Mohammedan 156 (20) - Tamim Iqbal 69 (47), Mohammad Ashraful 34 (30)
    BKSP 76 (20) - Sajidul Islam 2-14

    Dhanmondi: Khelaghar (2-0) beat Victoria (0-2) by 22 runs (D/L method)
    Khelaghar 113-9 (20)
    Victoria 58-6 (14)


    Group B

    Fatullah: Kalabagan (1-1) beat CCS (0-2) by 4 wickets with 8 balls remaining
    CCS 85-9 (20) - Enamul Haque 4-14
    Kalabagan 86-4 (19.4)

    Fatullah: Gazi Tank (2-0) beat Surjo Torun (1-1) by 11 runs
    Gazi Tank 115 (20) - Farhad Hossain 23, Naeem Islam 22, Farhad Reza 20; Sanjamul Islam 5-22, Tapash Baisya 4-19
    Surjo Torun 104-8 (20) - Imtiaz Hossain 46, Rajin Saleh 26; Farhad Reza 3-?, Abdur Razzak 3-?

    Dhanmondi: Abahani (2-0) beat Old DOHS (0-2) by 4 wickets with 8 balls remaining
    Old DOHS 96-6 (20) - Fazle Rabbi 39 (34); Nasir Hossain 2-14, Subashis Roy 2-19
    Abahani 97-6 (18.4) - Rony Talukder 49

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    Group A

    Mirpur: Khelaghar (3-0) beat Biman (2-1) by 4 runs (D/L method)
    Khelaghar 95-9 (20)
    Biman 84-9 (18) - Monirul Islam 5-27

    Biman were set a revised target of 89 in 18 overs. They were reduced to 59-9 before Tareq Aziz (19) and Shafiul Islam took them close.

    Fatullah: Mohammedan (3-0) beat Partex (0-3) by 7 wickets with 44 balls remaining
    Partex 85 (19.3) - Delwar Hossain 5-10
    Mohammedan 86-3 (12.4) - Aftab Ahmed 36 (36), Shamsur Rahman 21 (19), Marshall Ayub 17*

    Dhanmondi: Victoria (1-2) beat BKSP (0-3) by 59 runs
    Victoria 134-7 (20) - Ejaj Ahmed 101 (73)
    BKSP 75 (17) - Mohammad Sharif 4-7 (incl. hattrick)

    No other Victoria batsman made double figures.

    Group B

    Mirpur: Gazi Tank (3-0) beat Abahani (2-1) by 7 wickets with 5 balls remaining
    Gazi Tank 110-3 (19.1) - Shahriar Nafees 58*, Naeem Islam 32*
    Abahani 109-8 (20) - Imrul Kayes 64 (49); Abdur Razzak 3-?, Suhrawadi Shuvo 3-?, Alok Kapali 2-?

    Fatullah: Kalabagan (2-1) beat Old DOHS (0-2) by 23 runs (match reduced to 9 overs)
    Kalabagan 79-3 (9) - Nazmus Sadat 24
    Old DOHS 56-8 (9) - Nazmus Sadat 3-3

    Dhanmondi: CCS (1-2) beat Surjo Torun (1-2) by 3 runs
    CCS 134-5 (20) - Uttam Sarkar 82 (60)
    Surjo Torun 131-9 (20) - Imtiaz Hossain 46; Rafatuzzaman 4-?, Ashraful Haque 3-?

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    Group A

    Fatullah: Mohammedan (4-0) beat Khelaghar (3-1) by 44 runs
    Mohammedan 129-8 (20) - Tamim Iqbal 42 (30), Aftab Ahmed 12, Mohammad Ashraful 15, Mahmudullah 11
    Khelaghar 85 (?) - Mohammad Ashraful 3-20, Aftab Ahmed 3-8

    Mirpur: Biman (3-1) beat Victoria (1-3) by 3 wickets with 0 balls remaining
    Victoria 110-6 (20) - Ejaj Ahmed 36, Abul Bashar 17
    Biman 111-7 (20) - Abhishek Mitra 32 (27), Sanwar Hossain 28*

    Dhanmondi: Partex (1-3) beat BKSP (0-4)
    BKSP 135-8 (20) - Aizal Ahmed 70 (65), Tanvir Haider 40 (20)
    Partex 135-7 (20) - Mahbubul Alam 43 (44), Rezaul Karim 39 (24)

    In the eliminator over, both sides made 8 for one. Partex won by virtue of hitting more sixes in their 20-over innings.

    Mohammedan are through. The second semi-final place will be fought out between Khelaghar and Biman. Khelaghar play BKSP tomorrow; Biman have a tough test against Mohammedan.

    Group B

    Mirpur: Surjo Torun (2-2) beat Abahani (2-2) by 13 runs
    Surjo Torun* 143-8 (20) - Imtiaz Hossain 31, Junaid Siddique 27, Tapash Baisya 28* (9)
    Abahani 130-7 (20) - Rony Talukder 35, Nasir Hossain 24, Muktar Ali 22; Jakaria Islam 3-37

    Fatullah: Gazi Tank (4-0) beat Kalabagan (2-2) by 33 runs
    Gazi Tank 135-8 (20) - Nazimuddin 46 (41), Shahriar Nafees 26, Naeem Islam 17; Nazmus Sadat 3-?
    Kalabagan 102 (18.2) - Nazmus Sadat 18, Raqibul Hasan 40 (41); Naeem Islam 5-11, Alok Kapali 3-22

    Dhanmondi: Old DOHS (1-3) beat CCS (1-3) by 24 runs
    *no details available*

    Gazi Tank are through. Surjo Torun, Abahani and Kalabagan are in contention for the other semi-final berth. Surjo Torun play Kalabagan, while Abahani face CCS.

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    Group A

    Mirpur: Mohammedan (5-0) beat Biman (3-2) by 9 wickets with 61 balls remaining
    Biman 113-8 (20) - Emon Ahmed 3-20, Mohammad Ashraful 2-16
    Mohammedan 115-1 (9.5) - Tamim Iqbal 70* (36), Aftab Ahmed 24* (16)

    Tamim, dropped first ball, took his tally to 245 runs in five games, with three fifties. He smashed 26 off one over from Mehrab Hossain jnr. Earlier, Biman were reduced to 35-6 by left-arm seamer Emon.

    Fatullah: Khelaghar (4-1) beat BKSP (0-5) by 3 runs
    Khelaghar 125-8 (20) - Delwar Hossain 40 (42)
    BKSP 122-9 (20) - Shuvamoy Sarker 35, Arif Hossain 49

    Dhanmondi: Victoria (1-3+1) v Partex (1-3+1)- abandoned due to rain

    Mohammedan and Khelaghar qualified from Group A.


    Group B

    Dhanmondi: Abahani (3-2) beat CCS (1-4) by 7 wickets with 7 balls remaining
    CCS 71-6 (14) - Subashis Roy 2-?
    Abahani 72-3 (12.5) - Imrul Kayes 22, Rony Talukder 28

    Fatullah: Gazi Tank (5-0) beat Old DOHS (1-4) by 27 runs
    Gazi Tank 122-5 (20) - Mizanur Rahman 38, Suhrawadi Shuvo 23* (16)
    Old DOHS 95-8 (20) - Suhrawadi Shuvo 4-13

    Mirpur: Kalabagan (3-2) beat Surjo Torun (2-3) by 6 wickets with 5 balls remaining
    Surjo Torun 119-? (?)
    Kalabagan 121-4 (19.1)

    Gazi Tank and Abahani qualified from Group B, Abahani by virtue of having beaten Kalabagan in their head-to-head match.

    Semi-finals (both to be played tomorrow at Mirpur):
    Mohammedan v Abahani
    Gazi Tank v Khelaghar
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    Semi-Finals

    Mirpur: Abahani beat Mohammedan by 4 wicket with 2 balls remaining
    Mohammedan* 164-4 (20)
    - Tamim Iqbal 47 (24), Shamsur Rahman 51 (52), Mohammad Ashraful 19 (18) Mahmudullah 27* (11); Mohammad Rafique 2-36, Mukhtar Ali 1-28
    Abahani 166-4 (19.2) - Imrul Kayes 46 (38), Shakib Al Hasan 28 (15); Mahmudullah 4-25

    Abahani prevailed in a clash of the Dhaka titans in an affair that revealed several notable sub-plots. Shakib (now continually referred to in the Bangladeshi press as 'the world's number one allrounder') made his comeback from injury and played a useful cameo; Tamim made further runs but was fined for an on-pitch spat with Robiul Islam; and Imrul Kayes, felled by an Emon Ahmed bouncer earlier on, returned with stitches on his forehead to guide Abahani towards the final.

    Mirpur: Gazi Tank beat Khelaghar by 8 wickets with 22 balls remaining
    Khelaghar 95-9 (20) - Ashraful Nabi 33, Aslam Ali 22; Alok Kapali 3-15, Nazmul Hossain 2-10
    Gazi Tank 98-2 (16.2) - Mithun Ali 69

    Gazi made short work of newcomers Khelaghar under the lights at the Shere Bangla National
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    riyad is turning out to be a pretty decent allrounder, starting to become very reliable with both bat and ball domestically, hopefully he can do it a bit more internationally. tamim has been in ridiculous form so far this season so no surprise he got more runs. happy with shamsur's performance, he's one to watch but he gets a bit because he doesn't always have the highest strike rate. imrul cameback with vengenace and got some quick runs, needs to do more of that to keep his place in the national squad, kapali has been doing really well with the ball since the return and mithun ali is back in the runs putting pressure on saghir hossain for the national teams back-up keeper.

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    Final

    Mirpur: Abahani beat Gazi Tank by 5 wickets with 5 balls remaining
    Gazi Tank* 144-4 (20) - Nazimuddin 29 (14), Shahriar Nafees (26) Suhrawadi Shuvo 44* (38), Naeem Islam 32 (31); Mohammad Rafique 3-0-23-3
    Abahani 147-5 (19.1) - Mohammad Rafique 50* (21), Nasir Hossain 31* (31)

    A full house at Mirpur witnessed a thrilling, see-saw final. Chasing 145 to win, Abahani slipped to 82-5, with Imrul Kayes, Mahbubul Karim, Shakib Al Hasan and Rony Talukder all falling cheaply and, despite a period of consolidation, were left needing a further 41 from the final three overs. Cue Mohammad Rafique to roll back the years, taking Abdur Razzak for 23 off an over, including three consecutive sixes. The following over, Alok Kapali received similar treatment and Rafique finished the job by smashing the first ball of the final over over the ropes to bring up the fastest fifty of the tournament. Nasir Hossain defied his youth to support Rafique with a run-a-ball 31. Earlier, Nazimuddin and Shahriar Nafees put on 53 for Gazi's second wicket, after Mithun Ali was dismissed in the first over.

    Third-Place Play-Off

    Mirpur: Mohammedan beat Khelaghar by 74 runs
    Mohammedan 144-9 (20) - Aftab Ahmed 31, Tamim Iqbal 12, Faisal Hossain 25 (14)
    Khelaghar 70 (20) - Emon Ahmed 4-21, Saqlain Sajib 3-?-6-3

    Khelaghar were 37-9 before the last pair rallied and gave their total a degree of respectability.

    Stats when Cricket Archive get all the cards up. DPL proper starts on Friday (I think).

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    Okay, here's the stats, enjoy:

    Code:
    Most runs
     
    Tamim Iqbal (Moh)                244 @ 49, 2x50
    Nazimuddin (Gazi)                167 @ 28, 1x50
    Mithun Ali (Gazi)                157 @ 31, 2x50
    Aftab Ahmed (Moh)                153 @ 26
    Rony Talukder (Aba)              150 @ 30
    Ejaj Ahmed (Vic)                 147 @ 49, 1x100
    Naeem Islam (Gazi)               144 @ 72
    Imtiaz Hossain (Sur)             143 @ 29
    Shamsur Rahman (Moh)             137 @ 23, 1x50
    Shoumya Sarkar (BKSP)            125 @ 25, 1x50
    Imrul Kayes (Aba)                125 @ 42, 1x50
     
    Most wickets (+ economy rate)
     
    Alok Kapali (Gaz)                14 @ 9, 5.08
    Nazmus Sadat (Kal)               10 @ 7, 5.24
    Suhrawadi Shuvo (Gazi)           10 @ 10, 4.85
    Emon Ahmed (Moh)                  9 @ 9, 6.00
    Mohammad Rafique (Aba)            9 @ 14, 7.16
    Abdur Razzak (Gazi)               9 @ 17, 6.00
    Sanjamul Islam (Sur)              8 @ 10, 4.26
    Talha Jubair (Bim)                8 @ 12, 5.81
    Subashis Roy (Aba)                8 @ 13, 5.66
    Last edited by Jungle Jumbo; 24-10-2009 at 01:15 PM.

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    Wanted to post this just for the lulz

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    The DPL proper kicks off tomorrow... fixtures, fixtures!

    BKSP: Abahani v Kalabagan
    Dhanmondi: Mohammedan v Victoria
    Bogra: Khelaghar v Surjo Torun

    And some exciting news on overseas players: Mohammedan have confirmed the signing of Farveez Maharoof, Jehan Mubarak will wear Biman colours and Gazi Tank will field Hemang Badani (potentially very dangerous as a middle-order lynchpin). Meanwhile defending champions have signed Kerala’s Ajay Kudva. Who? Yes, quite…

    Bizarrely, the New Age reports the news thus:

    Abahani said they had intended to bring in Misbah ul Haque, who was recently dropped from the Pakistan team, but his national board refused to release him and asked the middle-order batsman to play in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

    They also had an eye on West Indian batsman Lendl Simmons, but his recent performance did not impress them. Finding no other alternative Abahani roped in 33-year old Kudva, who scored 2,927 runs in first-class cricket at an average of 31.
    Our man Ajay is clearly a better option than the very unimpressive Lendl Simmons…

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