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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo View Post
    Yeah he played for Kerala, pretty mediocre record so I guess he'll feel at home in the DPL.
    I remember him being hyped up when he made his debut at a very young age but somehow did not focus enough and lost his place in the Kerala team (which is not very flattering). He then quit cricket altogether to concentrate on some other profession. He is talented no doubt. I think this might just be the "Shaun Marsh" signing for BDL this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo View Post
    Nazmul Hossain Milon, as he is often referred to, is the Dhaka allrounder who bats lower middle-order and bowls some seam-up. Surely you remember this epic knock - maybe, if standards were viewed as equal (so a bit hypothetical...) the greatest List A innings of all time, especially given the circumstances, with Dhaka needing to win to take the title:
    Right. And he's the one playing for CCS, obviously.

    I did comment on it (though a confused comment then too, it seems), so my memory must be budgie-like.
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    Nayeem's 6-6s in vain

    SCORES IN BRIEF
    MOHAMMEDAN-GAZI TANK
    Venue: SBNCS
    GAZI TANK: 259-6 in 50 overs (Nazimuddin 43, Nafees 70, Kapali 24, Misbahul Haq 51, Nayeem 66 not out, extras 2; Saqlian 2-37).

    MOHAMMEDAN: 261-7 in 49.5 overs (Shamsur 43, Ashraful 100, Riyad 29, Mahroof 36 not out, extras 19; Kamrul 3-61, Forhad 3-51).
    Result: Mohammedan won by three wickets.
    All-rounder Nayeem Islam scripted history in domestic cricket by hitting six sixes in an over but his terrific effort in the action-packed match was not good enough for Gazi Tank to stop Mohammedan's winning run in the Premier Division Cricket League yesterday.

    In the end it was former national skipper Mohammad Ashraful's well-composed hundred which broke the heart of Nayeem as title contenders Mohammedan posted a three-wicket victory with one ball in hand in the chase of 260 runs at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.

    Nothing could have been better than the way Sri Lankan batsman Farveez Maharoof finished the exciting game by smashing a mid-wicket boundary against pacer Quazi Kamrul with seven runs required in the last over to overhaul Gazi's 259-6.

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    Abahani ride on Rafique

    Hot favourites Abahani kept their winning streak in tact with a 92-run victory over Cricket Coaching School (CCS) in their Premier Division Cricket clash at BKSP yesterday, thanks to a brilliant 90-run knock from 72 deliveries from veteran all-rounder Mohammad Rafique that made their task easy.

    Batting first, Abahani found themselves in a lot of trouble losing five early wickets, including left-hander Imrul Kayes and their skipper Shakib Al Hasan. It was a fine spell of bowling from left-arm pacer Syed Rasel with 4 wickets to reduce Abahani to 30 for five in the eleventh over. It was Arafat Sunny (43) batting at no. 7 who revived the innings somewhat. Then came the evergreen Mohammad Rafique at number nine, who hit six boundaries and four huge sixes to give Abahani a modest total of 204 losing eight wickets in allotted 48 overs.

    In reply, CCS found themselves in trouble as they lost their skipper Uttam Sarker (6) very early and kept losing wickets. Mohammad Rafique came back to dismiss CCS's highest scorer Nizamuddin Ripon (28) to script an easy win in the end for Abahani.
    BRIEF SCORES
    ABAHANI-CCS
    Venue: BKSP
    ABAHANI: 208-8 in 48 overs (Nadif 18, Arafat 43, Nasir 20, Rafique 90 not out, Rasel 4-45, Reefat 2-50).

    CCS: 116 all out in 43.5 overs (Atiqur 21, Ripon 28, extras 12; Shuvasish 2-18, Nasir 3-24).
    Result: Abahani won by 92 runs.

    SURJO TORUN-PARTEX
    Venue: Fatullah
    SURJO TORUN: 227-9 in 50 overs (Imtiaz 36, Myshukur 55, Rajin 40 not out, Dhiman 33, extras 13; Rashed 2-37, Omar 3-26).

    PARTEX: 203 all out in 49 overs (Rashed 58, Rezaul 71, Azim 27, extras 11; Taposh 5-39, Rajin 2-30)
    Result: Surjo Torun won by 24 runs.

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    Yup, got it all written out to stick up tomorrow when the other three games can be added. But just awesome from Naeem, exactly what Bangladesh need at number eight.


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    Six sixes and sixty-six not out?

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    Mirpur: Mohammedan (6-0) beat Gazi Tank (2-3+1) by 3 wickets with 1 ball remaining
    Gazi Tank 259-6 (50) - Nazimuddin 43 (56), Shahriar Nafees 70 (114), Alok Kapali 24, Misbah-ul-Haq 51 (50), Naeem Islam 66* (31); Saqlain Sajib 2-37
    Mohammedan 261-7 (49.5) - Shamsur Rahman 43 (43), Mohammad Ashraful 100 (115), Mahmudullah 29 (24), Farveez Maharoof 36* (25); Kamrul Islam 3-61, Farhad Reza 3-51

    Naeem Islam worked his way in the DPL history books by becoming the first batsman to smash six sixes in a professional game on Bangladeshi soil, yet still finished on the losing side in an absolute thriller. A week after he smashed three consecutive sixes against Zimbabwe, Naeem made Marshall Ayub's off-spin his hapless victim, building on the base of fifties from Shahriar Nafees and Misbah. Shamsur and Ashraful then opened up with 99 for Mohammedan's first wicket before Maharoof took them home with a ball to spare.

    BKSP: Abahani (6-0) beat CCS (2-4) by 92 runs
    Abahani 208-8 (48) - Mohamamd Rafique 90*, Arafat Sunny 43, Nasir Hossain 20; Syed Rasel 4-20
    CCS 116 (43.5) - Atiq-ur-Rehman 21, Nizamuddin 28; Nasir Hossain 3-24

    Rafique smashed an unbeaten 90 from number nine, Sunny 43 from number seven.

    Fatullah: Surjo Torun (3-3) beat Partex (0-5+1) by 24 runs
    Surjo Torun 227-9 (50) - Imtiaz Hossain 36, Myshukur Rahman 55, Rajin Saleh 40*, Dhiman Ghosh 33
    Partex 203 (49) - Rashed Hanif 58, Rezaul Karim 71; Tapash Baisya 5-39


    Saturday

    Mirpur: Kalabagan (5-1) beat Biman (4-2) by 20 runs
    Kalabagan 219-8 (50) - Javed Omar 43, Raqibul Hasan 35, Zubair Ahmed 66*, Ariful Haque 26; Elias Sunny 3-35, Talha Jubair 2-55
    Biman 199 (48.2) - Jehan Mubarak 65, Sharifullah 25, Mosharraf Hossain 23, Talha Jubair 20*; Shahadat Hossain 2-36, Nazmus Sadat 2-3

    BKSP: Old DOHS (3-3) beat Khelaghar (0-6) by 3 wickets with 1 ball remaining
    Khelaghar 203 (48.5) - Aslam Ali 66, Ashraful Nobi 26, Monowar Hossain 23; Rubel Hossain 3-39, Wasim Nayeem 2-33
    Old DOHS 205-7 (49.5) - Wasim Nayeem 58, Fazle Rabbi 31, Rumman Ahmed 54, Nasiruddin Faruque 18; Monirul Islam 2-30

    Fatullah: BKSP (2-4) beat Victoria (2-4) by 3 runs
    BKSP 202 (49.4) - Shoumya Sarkar 50, Asif Ahmed 50; Mohammad Sharif 5-25, Abul Bashar 2-36
    Victoria 199 (50) - Abul Bashar 73; Mohammad Furkan 2-37, Asif Ahmed 2-22

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    Mirpur: Mohammedan (7-0) beat Biman (4-3) by 1 run
    Mohammedan 234-9 (50) – Aftab Ahmed 62 (56), Khaled Mashud 49, Marshall Ayub 46, Faisal Hossain 29; Tareq Aziz 4-39
    Biman 233-9 (50) – Avishek Mitra 61 (88), Jehan Mubarak 60 (85), Mehrab Hossain jnr 38 (47), Sanwar Hossain 23; Delwar Hossain 2-51, Farveez Maharoof 2-51

    Biman required 14 from the last over, bowled by Saqlain Sajib. A sliced four to third-man and a dropped catch by Shamsur Rahman at backward point meant that the target became six from two balls. Saqlain then bowled Shafiul Islam and Tareq Aziz could only hit the final ball of the innings for four. Maharoof added to his two wickets with a pair of direct hit run-outs. Earlier, Mohammad Ashraful made a 19-ball duck for Mohammedan, who were reduced to 23-3 before Aftab and Khaled rebuilt with a stand of 108.

    Fatullah: Abahani (7-0) beat Partex (0-6+1) by 170 runs
    Abahani 303-8 (50) – Rony Talukder 120 (105), Imrul Kayes 59; Mahbubul Alam 2-47
    Partex 133 (42.5) – Gazi Salahuddin 34 (28); Arafat Sunny 3-22, Mohammad Rafique 2-15

    Rony (14 fours, 3 sixes) made his second ton of the season as Abahani dealt out a comprehensive pasting. 164-run opening partnership with Kayes.

    BKSP: Gazi Tank (3-3+1) beat Surjo Torun (3-4) by 6 runs
    Gazi Tank 174 (47.4) – Nazimuddin 52, Misbah-ul-Haq 26; Sanjamul Islam 3-31
    Surjo Torun 158 (50) – Junaid Siddique 20, Imtiaz Hossain 30, Anisur Rahman 20; Abdur Razzak 2-28, Naeem Islam 2-25

    Encouraging signs from Sanjamul Islam again, but Surjo Torun’s chase fell apart against the spinners.


    Tuesday

    Mirpur: Victoria (3-4) beat Old DOHS (3-4) by 3 wickets with 21.2 overs remaining
    Old DOHS 74 (32.2) – Fazle Rabbi 20, Taibur Rahman 24; Abul Bashar 3-10, Arsalan Mir 3-25, Arafat Salahuddin 2-17, Monir Hossain 2-11
    Victoria 77-7 (29.4) – Arsalan Mir 21; Dolar Mahmud 2-15, Rubel Hossain 2-26

    Both sides struggled on a damp surface – Victoria collapsed to 11 for four against the all-international opening duo of Dolar and Rubel, but eventually crawled over the finishing line.

    Fatullah: Kalabagan (6-1) beat BKSP (2-5) by 175 runs
    Kalabagan 276-9 (50) – Nazmus Sadat 26, Golam Mabud 66, Raqibul Hasan 34, Mohammad Zahid 60, Ariful Haque 49; Riaz Mahmud 3-50
    BKSP 101 (31.4) – Liton Kumar 22, Atiqur Rahman 34; Shahadat Hossain 3-30, Enamul Haque 2-19, Nazmus Sadat 2-1

    You only have to glance down the BKSP teamsheet to know why they’re struggling – not one recognisable name, even on the domestic circuit.

    BKSP: CCS v Khelaghar – match abandoned due to wet outfield – to be played on Wednesday at Mirpur

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    Mirpur: CCS beat Khelaghar by 5 wickets with 17.1 overs remaining
    Khelaghar 105 (37.4) – Enamul Haque 29; Rafatuzzaman 2-10, Sirajullah Khadim 2-14
    CCS 106-5 (32.5) – Shuvagoto Hom 53*

    Khelaghar’s season hit another low when they conspired to grant CCS four wickets through run outs. CCS fell to 42-4 in reply, but Shuvagoto steadied their response.


    Friday

    BKSP: Biman (5-3) beat Surjo Torun (3-5) by 10 runs
    Biman 166 (48.5) – Elias Sunny 30, Sanwar Hossain 25, Sharifullah 23; Tapash Baisya 2-29, Zakaria Islam 2-31
    Surjo Torun 156 (49.4) – Junaid Siddique 29, Myshukur Rahman 24, Rajin Saleh 35, Habibul Bashar 31, Dhiman Ghosh 23*; Shafiul Islam 4-28

    Fatullah: Mohammad (8-0) beat Kalabagan (6-2) by 5 wickets with 21 balls remaining
    Kalabagan 225-7 (50) – Nazmus Sadat 31, Ariful Haque 76*; Nabil Samad 3-41, Saqlain Sajib 3-38
    Mohammedan 227-5 (46.3) – Shamsur Rahman 31, Mohammad Ashraful 32, Aftab Ahmed 64 (84), Mahmudullah 64* (102); Fariduddin 3-41

    Mirpur: Abahani (8-0) beat Gazi Tank (3-4+1) by 6 wickets with 24 balls remaining
    Gazi Tank 240-8 (50) – Shahriar Nafees 28, Misbah-ul-Haq 43 (75), Alok Kapali 66 (94); Mohammad Rafique 3-33, Shakib Al Hasan 2-38
    Abahani 241-4 (46) – Imrul Kayes 55 (76), Rony Talukder 90 (84), Nadif Chowdhury 40, Shakib Al Hasan 32*; Naeem Islam 3-42

    Abahani strolled home after Imrul and Rony opened up with a stand of 134 in 24.2 overs against a testing attack including Nazmul Hossain and Abdur Razzak.


    Saturday

    Fatullah: BSKP (3-5) beat Old DOHS (3-5) by 5 wickets with 10.4 overs remaining
    Old DOHS 158 (47.5) – Rumman Ahmed 57, Nasiruddin Faruque 46; Asif Ahmed 4-25
    BKSP 160-5 (39.2) – Shoumya Sarkar 49, Tanveer Haider 49*, Liton Kumar 26*

    Old DOHS collapsed from 105 without loss, losing all ten wickets for just 53 runs.

    BKSP: Victoria (4-4) beat CCS (3-5) by 30 runs
    Victoria 191-7 (50) – Arsalan Mir 46, Arafat Salahuddin 49*; Syed Rasel 2-31
    CCS 161 (49.2) – Nizamuddin 48, Nazmul Hossain Milon 47; Tariqul Islam 3-25, Arafat Salahuddin 3-36

    Mirpur: Khelaghar (1-7) beat Partex (0-7+1) by 8 wickets with 27.2 overs remaining
    Partex 98 (37.1) – Gazi Salahuddin 50; Bishawnath Haider 9.1-3-9-4, Enamul Haque 7-2-10-2
    Khelaghar 102-2 (22.4) – Niaz Morshed 41, Aslam Ali 48*


    Wins for Abahani and Mohammedan confirmed their places in the super league (six clubs); Kalabagan only need another point to do so.

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    EDIT: From before the Eid break, the weekend of 22-23 November; further (and more recent updates) coming tomorrow.

    Sunday


    Mirpur: Biman beat Abahani by 29 runs
    Biman 238-7 (50) – Elias Sunny 31, Jahurul Islam 96 (116), Jehan Mubarak 77 (95); Mohammad Rafique 3-43
    Abahani 209-9 (50) – Nadif Chowdhury 44, Reshmi Ranjan Parida 44, Arafat Sunny 26*; Shaiful Islam 3-33

    Abahani lost their 100% record to Biman, largely thanks to a stand of 175 between Jahurul and Mubarak. Shakib had figures of 8-0-32-1 and scored 12 before being caught and bowled by Sanwar Hossain.

    Fatullah: Mohammad beat Surjo Torun by 52 runs
    Mohammadan 234-8 (50) – Shamsur Rahman 83 (116), Mahmudullah 70 (80), Farveez Maharoof 33 (30); Tapash Baisya 2-43, Mahbubul Alam 2-60, Sanjamul Islam 2-45
    Surjo Torun 182 (50) – Imtiaz Hossain 31, Hannan Sarkar 31, Habibul Bashar 52; Nabil Samad 3-30, Saqlain Sajib 3-37


    Monday

    Dhanmondi: CCS beat BKSP by 73 runs
    CCS 210 (50) – Shahbaz Butt 27, Nizamuddin 96*, Nazmul Hossain 29; Zakaria Masud 2-46, Tanvir Haider 2-34, Asif Ahmed 2-40
    BKSP 137 (42.1) – Ashiqul Islam 27, Asif Ahmed 28; Refatuzzaman 4-17, Tapash Ghosh 4-33

    BKSP: Khelaghar beat Gazi Tank by 5 wickets with 5 balls remaining
    Gazi Tank 248-4 (50) – Shahriar Nafees 128* (130), Nazimuddin Mintu 29, Misbah-ul-Haq 59 (67)
    Kalabagan 249-5 (50) – Niaz Morshed 97 (114), Aslam Ali 50 (88), Ashraf Ali 37, Ashraful Nobi 28; Farhad Reza 2-41

    Fatullah: Old DOHS beat Kalabagan by 107 runs
    Old DOHS 225-7 (50) – Rumman Ahmed 62, Nasiruddin Faruque 69, Taibur Rahman 23, Dolar Mahmud 27; Nazmus Sadat 3-47, Enamul Haque 2-33
    Kalabagan 118 (32.1) – Mohammad Zahid 32; Rubel Hossain 4-26, Manosh Kundu 3-10

    Mirpur: Victoria beat Partex by 99 runs
    Victoria 266-5 (50) – Habibur Rahman 100, Arman Hossain 25, Arsalan Mir 75, Arafat Salahuddin 23*
    Partex 167 (48.5) – Jabid Hossain 30, Wascoroni Ahmed 38; Arsalan Mir 2-19, Monir Hossain 2-21, Abul Bashar 2-29, Arafat Salahuddin 2-44
    Last edited by Jungle Jumbo; 07-12-2009 at 03:37 PM.

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    Returning from the Eid break…

    Friday

    Mirpur: Abahani beat Mohammedan by 6 wickets with 16.5 overs remaining
    Abahani 191 (47.1) – Nadif Chowdhury 32, Shakib Al Hasan 25, Abdur Razzaq 28; Saqlain Sajib 2-39, Nabil Samad 2-29, Mahmudullah 2-32
    Mohammedan 192-4 (33.1) – Mohammad Ashraful 35 (26), Aftab Ahmed 107*, Mahmudullah 26

    A brilliant hundred from Aftab settled the game in Mohammedan’s favour, allowing them to retain their 100% record. He smashed 15 fours and a pair of sixes and has now made five scores of fifty or more in ten games. Earlier, Mohammad Ashraful’s direct hit had removed Shakib just as he appeared to have calmed Abahani after a top-order collapse. Pakistani allrounders Abdur Razzaq and Naved-ul-Hasan played for Abahani and Mohammedan respectively.

    Fatulllah: Kalabagan beat Surjo Torun by 56 runs
    Kalabagan 212 (49.3) – Mohammad Zahid 92, Jubair Ahmed 37, Rasel Al Mamun 27; Sanjamul Islam 6-31
    Surjo Torun 154 (28.3) – Imtiaz Hossain 38, Hannan Sarkar 24, Sanjamul Islam 20

    Surjo got off to a flyer, with Imtiaz and Junaid Siddique piling on 86 in 53 balls – upon which Imtiaz’s dismissal triggered a loss of three wickets without adding to the score. Sanjamul continues to encourage.

    BKSP: Biman beat Khelaghar by 64 runs
    Biman 217 (46) – Elias Sunny 75, Jahurul Islam 57; Monowar Hossain 4-39
    Khelaghar 153 (43.1) – Ashraf Ali 24, Ashraful Nabi 41; Shafiul Islam 3-?


    Saturday

    BKSP: Victoria beat Gazi Tank by 11 runs
    Victoria 222-9 (50) – Arman Hossain 78, Arafat Salahuddin 24, Mohammad Sharif 71; Alok Kapali 2-28, Nazmul Hossain 2-38, Farhad Reza 2-40
    Gazi Tank 211-8 (50) – Mizanur Rahman 27, Shahriar Nafees 37, Alok Kapali 49, Naeem Islam 30, Farhad Hossain 32; Mohammad Sharif 4-35

    Sharif rescued Victoria from the depths of 107 for six, then took the crucial wickets of Kapali and Naeem in the Gazi run-chase.

    Fatullah: BKSP beat Partex by 3 runs
    BKSP 182 (49.4) – Ashiqul Alam 29, Tanveer Haider 74; Mohammad Azim 4-47
    Partex 179 (47.5) – Rashid Hanif 59, Tariq Ahmed 31, Rezaul Karim 38; Zakaria Masud 4-27

    A bizarre finish condemned Partex to defeat in this clash of the minnows. Having rebuilt from 49 for four, they were cruising at 175 for six with 31 balls remaining, but four wickets – three to Zakaria – tumbled for just three runs in as many overs.

    Mirpur: CCS beat Old DOHS by 3 wickets with 17 balls remaining
    Old DOHS 185-8 (50) – Rumman Ahmed 25, Anwar Hossain 32, Taibur Rahman 36; Syed Rasel 2-53
    CCS 186-7 (47.1) – Shahbaz Butt 45, Tapash Ghosh 86*; Nasiruddin Faruque 4-13, Rubel Hossain 2-38
    Last edited by Jungle Jumbo; 08-12-2009 at 12:54 PM.

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    Final round…

    Monday

    Mirpur: Abahani (9-2) beat Surjo Torun (3-8) by 165 runs
    Abahani 335-8 (50) – Mahbubul Karim 35, Abdur Razzaq 185 (128), Nadif Chowdhury 61 (84); Mahbubul Alam 3-72, Monirul Islam 2-43, Tapash Kumar 2-82
    Surjo Torun 170 (39.5) – Deepak Chougule 61*; Subashis Roy 3-38, Arafat Sunny 2-25

    Coming in with Abahani struggling at 22-3 in the seventh over – and with Rony Talukder, Imrul Kayes and Shakib all back in the pavilion – Abdur Razzaq smashed an incredible 185 (18 fours, 7 sixes), adding 218 for the fifth wicket with Nadif Chowdhury. Surjo stuttered to 98-6 in reply, with only Indian import Chougule showing much resistance.

    BKSP: Victoria (6-5) beat Biman (8-3) by 5 wickets with 15 overs remaining
    Victoria 111 (38.1) – Kamrul Islam 46, Arafat Salahuddin 21; Tareq Aziz 3-17, Elias Sunny 3-23, Mosharraf Hossain 2-14
    Biman 112-5 (35) – Elias Sunny 22, Hasantha Fernando 20, Tushar Imran 27; Saju Datta 2-24, Monir Hossain 2-28

    Only Kamrul and Arafat made double figures for Victoria. Match reduced to 47 overs.

    Fatullah: Khelaghar (3-8) beat Mohammedan (10-1) by 4 wickets with 32 balls remaining
    Mohammedan 205-9 (46) – Shamsur Rahman 35, Mohammad Ashraful 33, Mahmudullah 54 (62); Monirul Islam 5-42, Bishawnath Haider 3-36
    Khelaghar 208-6 (44.4) – Rakib Gomosta 22, Niaz Morshed 29, Ashraful Nobi 43, Monowar Hossain 64* (67); Naved-ul-Hasan 2-36

    Mohammedan’s 100% record disappeared at the hands of lowly Khelaghar, who breezed home thanks to a stand of 98 between Ashraful and Monowar for the sixth wicket.

    Tuesday

    Mirpur: Kalabagan (8-3) beat CCS (5-6) by 53 runs
    Kalabagan 250 (50) – Nazmus Sadat 41, Zubair Ahmed 32, Fariduddin 69, Ariful Haque 54; Aslam Khan 3-56, Syed Rasel 3-63, Nizamuddin 2-32
    CCS 197-9 (50) – Uttam Sarkar 102 (138), Tarequzzaman 36, Shahbaz Butt 38; Nazmus Sadat 4-51, Mohammad Zahid 3-11

    A tale of two collapses. Kalabagan slipped from 57 without loss to 75-5, but were bailed out by Fariduddin and Ariful; CCS were 175-1 after 38 overs in reply when Nazmus and Zahid provoked the tumbling of eight wickets for 22 runs.

    Fatullah: Gazi Tank (4-6+1) beat BKSP (4-7) by 10 wickets with 34.3 overs remaining
    BKSP 105 (26.4) – Asif Ahmed 29, Atiqur Rahman 37; Naeem Islam 4-5, Ziaur Rahman 2-22, Sajjadul Haque 2-36
    Gazi Tank 107-0 (15.3) – Mithun Ali 35*, Mizanur Rahman 65* (58)

    BKSP got thrashed. Enough said here.

    BKSP: Old DOHS (5-6) beat Partex (0-10+1) by 107 runs
    Old DOHS 268-7 (50) – Rumman Ahmed 86 (124), Nasiruddin Faruque 23, Fazle Rabbi 91 (85); Inamul Mustakim 2-34, Shiran Sharif 2-48
    Partex 161 (34.3) – Gazi Salahuddin 43, Mohammad Sajib 30, Rezaul Karim 28; Nazmul Islam 5-27

    Partex confirming their status as the worst team around. Old DOHS win put them through to the super league at the expense of CCS by virtue of their better net run rate.

    Qualifiers for the next stage: Mohammedan, Abahani, Kalabagan, Biman, Victoria and Old DOHS. No idea whatsoever when it starts.

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    Actually looks like CCS went through ahead of DOHS, due to their head-to-head record. I hate that rule in any league, every game should count the same.

    Also the super league should kick off on Thursday, with the relegation league on Sunday.

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    Massive knock by Razzaq there! Wow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Tamim's buggered his hand.
    Yeah, did it in the Zimbabwe series. He'll be a real gap to fill for the ODI series, I think Shahriar Nafees has just seen his chances of an immediate recall rocket. There's no way they'd take Mithun (who's been out of form anyway), Shamsur or Rony to partner Junaid (who will now probably hold onto his place). Ashraful could be another candidate to open, seeing as he's doing it ATM for MSC.

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