A seven-wicket haul by Enamul Haque Jr. brought Bangladesh A back into the four-day game as the West Indies High Performance side were scuttled out in 44 overs for a mere 144 runs on the second day of the 4-day match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium yesterday. In reply, the home-side took a lead of 140 runs and reached stumps on the second day with the score on
Bangladesh A suffered a batting collapse against Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) Colts XI on the first day of the Safi Darashah (KSCA) Invitational Tournament in Bangalore yesterday.
The second string Bangladesh side were dismissed for 110 runs. Arjun Shetty inflicted the major damage taking five wickets for 21 runs while Sunil Raju claimed three for
Mohammad Ashraful shone with both ball and bat to lead his Bangladesh A side to a six-wicket victory against South Africa A on Tuesday night at Buffalo Park in East London, in the first of five unofficial ODIs.
Only ten days ago South Africa had been battering Bangladesh in a four-day match, and in their home conditions were firm favourites to dominate the 50-over matches as well. However, the