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    Yeh, look above, he plays for City Club. That 31 in the last match is his highest score so far.

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    Tomorrows DPL Results:

    Old DOHS v Brothers Union
    City Club v Abahani (Star Match of the Day)
    Mohammedans v Sonorgaon (Interesting if Ashraful gets going for Sonorgaon)
    Victoria v Biman
    Agrani v Kalabagan
    Indira v Orient (A relegation battle)

    Other news... Tapash Baisya has returned from England following an ankle operation, and will play for Mohammedans

    League Table (top):

    1 Old DOHS (P 3 W 3) 6 pts
    = Victoria (P 3 W 3) 6 pts
    3 City Club (P 3, W 2, L 1) 4 pts
    = Biman
    = Sonorgaon
    = Brothers
    = Mohammedans

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo
    Tomorrows DPL Results:
    I knew Steve Tikolo was playing in Bangladesh, but I didn't know Maurice Odumbe was there as well...
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    Victoria and Mohammedan are still the favourites in my books.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    I knew Steve Tikolo was playing in Bangladesh, but I didn't know Maurice Odumbe was there as well...
    We've got Kennedy Obuya playing in our league this year - he's been struggling a fair bit though.

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    DPL Scores

    DPL Scores, Round 4

    My usual source still isn't updated to scores may be a little unreliable/patchy again.

    DOHS beat Brothers by 7 runs
    DOHS 234 for 8 (50) STEVE TIKOLO 79, Shahin Hossain 28, Akram Khan 25, Manjural Islam Rana 37; Nazmul Hossain 2 for 29, Yasin Arafat 2 for 44, Enamul Haque jnr 2 for 47
    Brothers 227 for 9 (50) Nafees Iqbal 23, Rashidul Haque 47, Ehsanul Haque 70, Rashed Hanif 27; Abdur Razzak 4 for 42, STEVE TIKOLO 2 for 42

    More runs for Tikolo, more wickets for Tikolo. Ehsanul is really pushing hard for a national team slot

    Abahani beat City Club by 6 wickets
    City Club 188 for 9 (50) Rajin Saleh 21, Anwar Hossain 32, TATENDA TAIBU 49, Alok Kapali 29; Debrabrata Paul 3 for 32, Gazi Alamgir 2 for 28, Ali Arman 2 for 25
    Abahani 189 for 4 (44.5) Imran Parvez 40, Jahirul Islam 62, SHADAB KABIR 47; Tushar Imran 2 for 31

    Tatenda finally makes some runs but City Club continue to struggle despite having one of the best batting lineups. Tapash gets four on his return from injury

    Mohammedans beat Sonorgaon by 4 wickets
    Sonorgaon 67 all out (34.3) Elias Sunny 30; Alamgir Kabir 2 for 10, Manjural Islam 2 for 7, SANDEEP SHARMA 2 for 19, Shabbir Khan 3 for 5
    Mohammedans 68 for 6 (20.5) SANDEEP SHARMA 32, Nadif Chowdhury 15; Tapash Baisya 4 for 34

    Erm... dodgy wicket? Both Habibul and Ashraful made ducks, Rafique gets one wicket for Sonorgaon

    Victoria beat Biman by 5 wickets
    Biman 87 all out (34) Javed Omar 25, Sanwar Hossain 17; Al Amin 6 for 15
    Victoria 92 for 5 (31.2) Saghir Hossain 32*; Mohammad Sharif 2 for 29

    Erm... dodgy wicket No.II?

    Agrani beat Kalabagan by 1 wicket
    Kalabagan 221 all out (49.4) Kamrul Islam 65, Uttam Sarkar 58, Mehrab Hossain snr 22; RIZWAN QURESHI 3 for 36
    Agrani 222 for 9 (49.5) RIZWAN QURESHI 67, Anisul Hakim 46; Saiful Islam 3 for 31

    Wow, no dodgy wicket here, just a real thriller, anybody heard of Rizwan before (Pakistan)?

    Indira by Orient by 41 runs
    Indira 209 for 6 (50) Arif Reza 41, Muktar Siddique 46*
    Orient 169 all out (46.2) Abul Ahad 40

    Indira win in the relegation scrap

    Source: CricBD
    Last edited by Jungle Jumbo; 21-12-2005 at 12:20 PM.

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    DPL Results

    It's a bit late this, but I suppose Dhaka doesn' t stop gfor Christmas!

    Results are really, really muddled this time, but I'll do my best

    Saturday:

    DOHS beat Indira by 6 wickets
    Indira 196 all out (50) Arif Raza 35, Prosenjit Joy 34; Khaled Mahmud 4 wkts, STEVE TIKOLO 2 for 15, Abdur Razzak 2 for 32
    DOHS 199 for 4 (39.5) Akram Khan 62*, STEVE TIKOLO 67*

    Crushing win for DOHS. Tikolo makes fifth fifty in six games.

    City Club beat Victoria by 87 runs
    City Club 253 for 8 (50) Alok Kapali 54, Tushar Imran 58; JAFAR KURESHI 4 for 36
    Victoria 166 all out (?) JAFAR KURESHI 41; Tushar Imran 3 for 33

    Finally some runs for the impressive City Club batting lineup. Surprise package Victoria lose for first time.

    Mohammedans beat Orient by 7 wickets
    Orient 127 all out (?) Nadif Chowdhury 4 for 11, Shabbir Khan 3 for 32
    Mohammedans 129 for 3 (31.2) SANDEEP SHARMA 66*

    Orient looking like relegation material.

    Abahani beat Kalabagan by 8 runs
    Abahani 217 for 8 (50) Jahirul Islam 97, Faisal Hossain 63
    Kalabagan 209 all out (42.3) Faisal Hossain 3 for 22, Alamgir Kabir 3 for 46

    Abahani looking strong, Jahirul with back-to-back fifties.

    Brothers beat Agrani by 136 runs
    Brothers 271 for 8 (50) RASHID HANIF 107 (149b, 11x4, 2x6), Ehsanul Haque 47; RIZWAN QURESHI 3 for 60
    Agrani 135 all out (43.1) RIZWAN QURESHI 45

    Rashid Hanif smahes the first DPL ton of the year.

    Sunday

    Biman beat Sonorgaon by 2 runs
    Biman 212 for 7 (50) ASHRAF ALI 78*, Shahriar Hossain 29, Mushfiqur Rahman 22; Tapash Baisya 2 for 42
    Sonorgaon 210 for 9 (50) MANVINDER SINGH 57, Mohammad Ashraful 39, Rafiqul Islam 27; Mushfiqur Rahman 2 for 34, Mosharraf Hossain 2 for 24, Mohammad Sharif 2 for 37

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    DPL Scores 27/12

    Round 6?

    Sonorgaon beat City Club by 13 runs
    Sonorgaon 191 for 9 (50) Naeem Islam 40, Rafiqul Islam 25, Mohammad Salim 32*
    City Club 178 all out (48.1) TATENDA TAIBU 40, Alok Kapali 29; Elias Sunny 3 for 18

    Another loss for City Club

    DOHS beat Agrani Bank by 41 runs
    DOHS 259 for 9 (50) Golam Rahman 52, STEVE TIKOLO 39, Khaled Mahmud 56; Sumon Saha 3 for 29, Shahriar Alam 3 for 53
    Agrani Bank 218 for 9 (50) Jamal Faisal 26, Rasibul Hossain 59, Towhid Hossain 29, REZWAN QURESHI 30; Abdur Razzak 5 for 31

    DOHS continue good form at top of league

    Brothers beat Abahani by 5 wickets
    Abahani 118 all out (44.3)
    Brothers 120 for 5 (26.5) Suhrarwadi Shuvo 33, RASHED HANIF 45

    Brothers crush Abahani who continue poor form

    Mohammedans beat Indira by 10 wickets
    Indira 92 all out (34.2) SANDEEP SHARMA 4 for 16, Manjural Islam 3 for 14
    Mohammedans 95 for 0 (14.5) Hannan Sarkar 25*, SANDEEP SHARMA 58*

    Whipping boys Indira suffer their heaviest loss so far...

    Biman won by 7 wickets
    Orient 68 all out (28.3) Syed Rasel 4 for 13, Mohammad Sharif 3 for 17
    Biman 70 for 3 (25.2) Javed Omar 27*; Rashed Khan 3 for 27

    ... as do Orient, who remain with Indira at the foot of the table

    Victoria beat Kalabagan by 158 runs
    Victoria 277 for 6 (50) Tushar 26, Nasiruddin Faruque 58, JAFFAR KURESHI 64, Mushfiqur Rahim 25
    Kalabagan 119 all out (27.1) Nahidul 41, Kamrul Hasan 4 for 28, JAFFAR KURESHI 4 for 19

    Surprise package Victoria maintain charge, Kamrul Hasan among wickets again

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    Same here. Victoria, Mohammedan and Old DOHS would be the favourites at the moment.

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    Slighlty off topic

    But what is cricket's popularity like in bangladesh
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    Apparently they're maybe the most cricket mad country in the world. After the wins against India and Australia in the last year there was partying on the streets of Dhaka. AFAIK football (soccer) is also very popular with Bangladesh better than any of the other sub-continent nations. But there is little following for hockey which is so popular in India/Pakistan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jungle Jumbo
    Apparently they're maybe the most cricket mad country in the world. After the wins against India and Australia in the last year there was partying on the streets of Dhaka. AFAIK football (soccer) is also very popular with Bangladesh better than any of the other sub-continent nations. But there is little following for hockey which is so popular in India/Pakistan.
    Ahh ok, thanks for that

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    Today's (Friday's) DPL Fixtures

    DOHS v Mohammedans (big match)
    City Club v Orient (easy win for City Club)
    Victoria v Brothers (could be interesting)
    Biman v Indira (easy win for Biman)
    Abahani v Agrani Bank (easy win for Abahani)
    Kalabagan v Sonorgaon (intriguing but Sonorgaon should win)

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