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    U19 Traingular: Bangladesh continues to impress

    Bangla U19 playing better and better in each match. Srilanka and England U19 so far unable to threat Bangla U19. Here is the details:

    http://uk.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/20...BDESH-U19-TRI/

    On the other hand very poor performance by England U19. They lost all the 9 mathces they played in Bangladesh so far(7 against Bangladesh and 2 against srilanka). They are probably going to make a whole-sale change before the U19 World Cup. Here is an interesting article:

    http://ecb.co.uk/england/england-age...s,6876,EN.html
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    The Bangladeshis have just produced their 8th consecutive win...all coming against test playing nations

    Today they defeated England by 42 runs. Mushfiqur Rahim was the hero with a mature 78 coming off just 73 balls.
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    And now Bangladesh - formerly East Pakistan - are getting in on the thrash England act. Good to see that they might have some impressive young talent. I await the day when Bangladesh is ahead of England in the ICC rankings.
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    This is great to see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono
    This is great to see.
    Yup. It really is. Lets just hope this talent can be harnessed.
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    I think it would be. I honestly think it would be good for Bangladesh if their A team is allowed to play in domestic competitions of India and Pakistan.
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    Bangladesh U19 are very strong, with lots of raw talent. Here are some players to look out for:

    Mushfiqur Rahim (Test match wk/batsman)
    Saqibul Hasan (Left arm spin bowling all rounder)
    Tamim Iqbal (opening batsman)
    Raqibul Hasan (opening batsman)
    Mehrab Hossain jnr (batsman, left arm spin bowler)
    Shamshur Rahman (batsman)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClownSymonds
    And now Bangladesh - formerly East Pakistan - are getting in on the thrash England act. Good to see that they might have some impressive young talent. I await the day when Bangladesh is ahead of England in the ICC rankings.
    Me too !!

    Great for Bangladesh !! I hope they build on the success of these U19 cricketers and harness them and nurture them onto the National Team with fine tuning of their skills by Dav Whatmore their National coach.

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    I played against alot of these guys when they toured Aus this year...

    They are a quality side with a big future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clarence
    I played against alot of these guys when they toured Aus this year...

    They are a quality side with a big future.
    No you didn't

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    Yes I did, but if you don't believe me it really doesn't worry me.

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    So why is it that you can't tell us who you played for, your name and you told me that the games where at Allan Border because "I'm playing in the tournament and they sent me the schedule" despite the fact that the games were played at Souths.

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    I got a basic itinerary...which showed the outline of the tour, things may have changed. I don't know, I didn't play against them in Brisbane. Not going to give out my name on a public forum, ffs look what happened to vic_orthodox.

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    England just lost their last match today. But this time they were quite close to win. Srilanka had to wait until 49.4 overs to win and by that time they lost eight wickets. This tour to England had been a nightmare. They lost all the 11 matches at Bangladesh. Must be some cold welcome waiting for the team back home.

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