Old DOHS SC managed a 53-48 points victory over Josephites in a keenly contested match of the Citycell First Division Basketball League at the Dhanmondi Basketball Gymnasium on Thursday. The mach was locked in 26-26 points during the first half. Mahin caged 19 and Ayan 13 for the winners while Bonny scored 20 and Lee ... Read more
Josephites defeated Cantonians by 60-45 points in the Citycell First Division Basketball League at the Dhanmondi Basketball Gymnasium on Wednesday. They led the first half by 31-23 points. Rajib scored 17 and Manik 14 points for the winners while Ali and Jamil caged 10 points each for the losers.
The Shawons beat Mohammadpur Basketball Club by 66-45 points in the Citycell Basketball League at the Dhanmondi Basketball Gymnasium on Tuesday. The winners led the first half by 38-45 points. Juno caged 26 and Sadman 17 points for the winners while Niloy scored 24 and Smith 9 points for the losers.
Cantonians piled up a comfortable 43-14 points victory over Mohammadpur Basketball Club in the Citycell Basketball League at the Dhanmondi Basketball Gymnasium on Monday. The winners led the first half by 23-6 points. Shimul caged 17 and Ali 9 points for the winners while
Old DOHS snatched a 62-24 victory in the Citycell Basketball League against Mohammadpur Basketball Club on Sunday. The DOHS players were dominant from the first half as they were in a comfortable position with a 29-14 lead. Mahin and Ashik both caged 11 points for DOHS.
The Citycell First Division Basketball League 2013 will commence at the Dhanmondi Basketball Gymnasium on Saturday. Seven clubs – Wraiths, The Shaons, Cantonians, Old DOHS, Josephites, Mohammadpur Basketball Club and The Gregs will take part in the meet. The top two
The Bangladesh national basketball team returned to Dhaka on Wednesday night after the postponement of the 27th FIBA Asia qualifying basketball tournament which was scheduled to take place in India. The FIBA Asia qualifying basketball tournament was postponed on May 9 even though the Bangladesh team went to India the same
Bangladesh beat Maldives by 69-54 points in the last league match to clinch the South Asian Basketball Championship, their first ever international title, at the Dhanmondi Basketball Gymnasium on Monday. Mithun Kumar Biswas caged highest 16 points for Bangladesh to maintain his impressive performance that he had throughout the tournament and he was duly adjudged ... Read more
Mithun Kumar Biswas wore a broad grin on his boyish face as his name was announced as the best player of the Citycell 2nd SABA Championship. He celebrated with his teammates for a while and held the small trophy and kissed the medal as photographers thronged. But the smile suddenly disappeared as soon as he ... Read more
Bangladesh made a big step towards their first South Asian Basketball Championship title after they beat a strong Pakistan side by 77-68 points in their third game of the five-nation competition at the Dhanmondi Basketball Gymnasium on Sunday. Bangladesh, who won all of their three games in the competition including a 89-44 victory
The second South Asian Basketball Championship will begin at the Dhanmondi Gymnasium on Thursday with participation of five South Asian nations including Bangladesh. The competition which will feature Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives and Pakistan apart from the hosts will be played in a league basis and the holders of the highest
Since the beginning of the Olympics, the main problem that the organisers are grappling with is empty seats at stadiums that have taken some glosses off from an otherwise glitzy event. The scene of vacant rows at football stadiums, Wimbledon, the aquatic centre and beyond has angered Britons, who tried but failed to buy tickets ... Read more