NCL 4th round begins today

The fourth round of the four-day National Cricket League will begin at four separate venues across the country from today. In the eight-team 17th edition of the first class domestic cricket competition, Dhaka Metro will take on Rangpur in a tier-1 at Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium in Khulna while in the other tier-1 match Khulna face Dhaka Division at

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Batsmen continue to rule the roost

Batsmen continued to rule the second round of the National Cricket League as three more centuries were struck on the second day, including a double century by promising Barisal batsman Mosaddek Hossain at Khulna on Sunday. Mossadek hit an unbeaten 200 runs as Barisal, resuming on 295-5, declared their first innings for 527-9, at

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Mosaddek shows rare consistency

Young batsman Mossadek Hossain continued his incredible form in domestic cricket as he hammered an unbeaten double ton against Sylhet in the ongoing National Cricket League on Sunday.
It was his second century in as many matches in the current NCL and fourth consecutive first-class centuries after he hit 119 and 153 runs for Prime Bank South Zone in consecutive matches.

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Fazle, Irfan score tons on Day 1

Fazle Mahmud of Barisal and Irfan Sukkur of Chittagong made centuries in the opening day of the second phase of National Cricket League on Saturday to put their teams into comfortable position.
Fazle Mahmud scored 103 runs to guide Barisal to 295-5 against Sylhet at Khulna while wicket-keeper Irfan Shakur made 102 to help Chittagong post 346-8 against Rajshahi at Rajshahi.

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Doping rules set for domestic debut

The Bangladesh Cricket Board is all set to introduce domestic anti-doping code in the upcoming edition of Bangladesh Premier League, bringing all local players under its purview for the first time in a bid to create a doping free environment in domestic cricket. The domestic anti-doping code’s amended version will be placed in the next board meeting for approval

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BCB’s high demand hits lowest-level cricket hard

Exorbitant registration fees and some tough conditions set by the Bangladesh Cricket Board have drastically reduced interest in third division qualifying league, the lowest ranked domestic competition. The BCB asked Cricket Committee of Dhaka Metropolis to fix Tk 5 lakh as entry fee for the competition, five times higher than that of previous season, leaving many

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