Thursday, April 18, 2024

BCB to ensure same bio-bubble for Kiwis

Bangladesh Cricket Board will replicate the bio-bubble arrangements they provided for Australia in the recently concluded series in the forthcoming home series against New Zealand The home of cricket in Mirpur once again returned to its usual business. The cricketers started the optional individual training session ahead of the upcoming home

BPL draft today amid chaos

The much-talked about players’ draft programme for recruitment of local and overseas players for the third edition of Bangladesh Premier League will be held today at a city hotel amid chaos. Though only one franchise has formally announced its name and logo so far, the players will be allotted to six teams much earlier than ... Read more

Mehedi, Mustafiz revive Khulna

After the domination of the bowlers on the first day batsmen restored the parity on the second day of all four fourth-round matches of the National Cricket League in different venues on Sunday. Although several half-centuries were scored, Khulna’s Mehedi Hasan was the only batsman to reach three-figure mark to help his get stronghold over ... Read more

Batsmen struggle on opening day

During the opening day of the four fourth round matches of the National Cricket league three teams got all-out in their first innings of respective matches at different venues on Saturday. Despite the batsmen struggled in all four matches on the first day, only one bowler, Iftekhar Sazzad of Chittagong, got five-wicket haul to help ... Read more

NCL Third Round From Today : Dengue holds back Mash’s comeback

The National Cricket League, country’s traditional first-class tournament, will lose some of its gloss when the third round begins today as some top players made themselves unavailable. The tournament suffered a blow when national one-day and Twenty20 captain Mashrafee bin Murtaza was ruled out with fever at the eleventh hour.

BCB Meeting Today: Nazmul-Naimur cold war on focus

The Bangladesh Cricket Board will hold a crucial meeting today with former national captain Naimur Rahman finally getting a chance to raise his voice over certain issues that had undermined his authority as cricket operations chief. Naimur appeared unhappy as BCB president Nazmul Hasan recently overruled some of his recommendations regarding the appointment of Bangladesh ‘A’ team

Spinners seal win for ‘A’ team

Bangladesh ‘A’ team Spinners continued their annihilation on the last day of their four-day match against the West Indies High Performance unit to propel the host to a 52-run victory at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Wednesday. The left-arm duo, Saqlain Sajib and Enamul Haque Jr, shared eight wickets between them

BD A face steep chase

The Bangladesh A team are set to face a tough task against Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) XI after the end of the third day’s play of their last four-day encounter of the Safi Darashah Invitational Tournament in Bangalore yesterday. The local side put in a strong batting display in their second innings to declare ... Read more

U-19s win first warm-up

Right-arm paceman Abu Jayed combined with left-arm spinner Nasum Ahmed to give the Bangladesh Under-19s a convincing seven-wicket victory over Scotland in their first official warm-up match of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup at the University No 2 Oval in Brisbane yesterday. Jayed shattered the Scottish top order by taking three wickets and after ... Read more

BD A batting falters again

The Bangladesh A team continued their poor batting on the tour of India as Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) XI tightened their grip on the four-day encounter on the second day of the Safi Darashah Invitational Tournament in Bangalore yesterday. In reply to KSCA’s 284 in the first innings, the second string Bangladesh side finished

BD U-19s thrash PNG

Bangladesh Under-19 team bounced back strongly from their 31-run loss against West Indies Under-19 by handing a massive 129-run defeat to Papua New Guinea in their second and final unofficial practice match at the Caloundra Cricket Club, Brisbane yesterday. Bangladesh Under-19s posted 235 runs before getting dismissed in 49 overs,

Karnataka in firm control

Karnataka State Cricket Association are well poised against Bangladesh ‘A’ team in the Shafi Dharashah Tournament as they need 108 runs to win with eight wickets in hand after the end of second day of the four-day match. Off-spinner Sohag Gazi picked up 6-92 to help the visitors come back in the game as KSCA were ... Read more

‘More positives than negatives’

There are positives to be taken out of Bangladesh’s just-concluded tour to Europe, believes batsman Tamim Iqbal, despite the two losses to Scotland and the Netherlands. The left-hander was the only player to score more than 200 runs, including two half centuries, in the six Twenty20 internationals held earlier this month. But more than the ... Read more

BD A earn three points in draw

Bangladesh A earned three points from their drawn opening match against Baroda Cricket Association XI in the Shafi Darashah cricket tournament at the KSCA ground in Alur yesterday. Mominul Haque’s second fifty of the game shepherded the side’s second innings after it was set 344 runs to win the game. Baroda made a comeback when ... Read more

Sahara keen on Tigers

Subrata also answers on Tamim snub Subrata Roy Sahara, the chairman of Sahara India Pariwar, said yesterday that he is interested in Bangladesh cricket, similar to how the company sponsors the Indian national team. He was speaking at a press conference at a city hotel in connection with the launch of Sahara Matribhumi Unnayan Corporation ... Read more