We are main contenders to qualify, says Joty

Sports Desk : dhakamirror.com Nigar Sultana Joty, the captain of Bangladesh, believes that her team is a “prime contender” to advance for the main event from the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier, which gets underway today in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Bangladesh national women’s team will also start their tournament campaign on the … Read more

Bangladesh women cricketers get roadmap

Sports Desk : dhakamirror.com Bangladesh women’s team will play a total of 50 matches over the course of the next three years, according to the first women’s Future Tour Plan [FTP] released by the International Cricket Council on Tuesday.10 international women’s teams will play 301 games during the 2022–2025 FTP cycle. In the cycle, Bangladesh … Read more

Tigresses finish maiden ODI WC campaign with a 100-run loss

Defending champions England claimed their place in the World Cup semifinals while finally sealing New Zealand’s fate on Sunday. A 100-run win over Bangladesh in Wellington gave England their fourth victory in succession after beginning the tournament with three defeats.
Their semifinal opponent was yet to be confirmed, with India playing South Africa in

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Australia survive scare to beat Bangladesh in women’s cricket World Cup

Unbeaten Australia will enter the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup semi-finals on the back of seven straight wins following a five-wicket triumph over a gallant Bangladesh in Wellington on Friday.
In a match that was reduced to 43 overs per side due to overnight rain at Basin Reserve, Australia overcame an early scare from an inspired Salma Khatun (3/23) to successfully chase

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Joty and co are keen to improve their performances under pressure

So near and yet so far but Bangladesh skipper Nigar Sultana Joty hopes his side will gain valuable experience from the four-run defeat against the West Indies as the ICC ODI World Cup game ended with a dramatic last-over finish at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui today.
In their maiden ODI World Cup, the Tigresses encountered the Caribbeans for

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Bangladesh women create history with win over Pakistan

History has been made at the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup as Bangladesh picked up their first victory in the tournament’s history with a thrilling nine-run triumph over Pakistan in Hamilton on Monday.
It was a performance full of passion and class as the quickly-developing Bangladesh side successfully defended their score of 234/7 with a brilliant display of tight spin bowling

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Tigresses lose big against hosts in rain-curtailed match despite improved batting

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An unbeaten half-century from Suzie Bates has helped New Zealand register their first victory of the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup 2022 with a comfortable nine-wicket triumph over Bangladesh in a rain-affected clash at an overcast Dunedin on Monday.
Bates used all her experience and guile in a match that was reduced to

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South Africa make winning start against Bangladesh in the Women’s Cricket World Cup

Bangladesh fight hard but lose to ‘unconvincing’ South Africa in their first-ever Women’s WC match
Seamer Ayabonga Khaka tore through Bangladesh’s batting lineup to get South Africa’s Women’s Cricket World Cup campaign off to a winning start in Dunedin on Saturday. Khaka brought up her 100th one-day international wicket in her 74th match, snaring figures of 4-32 off 10 overs to help dismiss Bangladesh for 175 and complete a 32-run victory at University Oval

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Jahanara returns for World Cup

Pacer Jahanara Alam returned to the team as the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) yesterday announced a 16-member women’s team for the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup in New Zealand this year.
Jahanara, who was dropped from the squad from the Commonwealth Games Qualifier squad over disciplinary issues earlier this month, is the only addition as selectors kept all the

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Women make it lively in a dull year

The incredible cheers that exploded at the Kamalapur stadium after Anai Mogini’s long-ranger beat India goalkeeper, it just represents the desire to be proud of sporting excellence the sports-crazy nation.
The fans’ longing was fulfilled when they witnessed the young girls make laps around the Birshreshtha Shaheed Mostafa Kamal Stadium with the national flag after retaining the

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‘Tough win is sweeter’

Bangladesh women’s team captain Salma Khatun said yesterday after her team’s two-wicket win over South Africa that sometimes a hard-fought victory is sweeter than an easy one.
“We are happy that in the end we won the match. It was not at all easy but sometimes a hard-fought win is much sweeter than an easy win,” said an excited

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Bangladesh Women gain ODI status

November 24, 2011 will be remembered as a red letter day in Bangladesh women’s cricket in future as on this very day the national woman team has gained one day international status beating the US team by nine wickets in an ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier game on Thursday.
Jubilant spectators at the BKSP-2 ground in Savar were treated to an impressive all-round

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