Sunday, December 3, 2023

CWAB demands rise in pay

The Cricketers’ Welfare Association of Bangladesh demanded a rise in the payment structure of the A+ category players for the forthcoming Dhaka Premier League than what was proposed by the clubs. CWAB’s secretary Debobroto Paul along with the

No bar on Pak players in DPL

The Bangladesh Cricket Board decided not to put any bar on the Pakistani players from participating in the forthcoming Dhaka Premier League, said officials on Saturday. ‘The door is open for any cricketer in the Dhaka Premier League,’ Jalal Yunus, chairman of the Cricket Clubs of Dhaka Metropolis, told reporters at Mirpur.

Clubs leave it on BCB to decide

Clubs left it on the Bangladesh Cricket Board to decide the grading of players for the forthcoming Dhaka Premier League, which is scheduled to start on July 1. Representative of the 12 participating clubs sat in a meeting at Kalabagan on Wednesday and decided not to interfere in the matter, which already sparked

BCB ends league stalemate

League to start on July 1, rotational policy for players The Bangladesh Cricket Board decided to start the Dhaka Premier League from July 1 with the players’ recruitment to be made through rotational policy on June 20, said BCB president Nazmul Hasan on Tuesday. All the representatives of the DPL clubs sat with

Enamul joins Wolverhampton

National left-arm spinner Enamul Haque Jr joined Wolverhampton Cricket Club in the Birmingham Premier League as part of his preparation for the forthcoming series against New Zealand amid uncertainty over the future of the Dhaka Premier League. Enamul, who was included in the Test squad for the tour

DPL sans Sakib, Tamim, Nasir

The forthcoming Dhaka Premier League that was delayed due to the non-participation of the national cricketers is set to lose some of its attraction as three major national stars in Sakib al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal and Nasir Hossain will be unavailable. All-rounder Sakib al Hasan is expected to join English

BCB hopeful of DPL in June

The Bangladesh Cricket Board said it is confident of starting the Dhaka Premier League in June after it held a successful meeting with the representatives of the clubs on Monday. BCB president Nazmul Hasan attended the meeting, which discussed some new formats including the introduction of a new payment method for the players

League deadlock ends

The Bangladesh Cricket Board finally managed to convince the six bickering clubs to end the stalemate in the Dhaka Premier League and resume the Super League from May 31. The BCB high ups on Tuesday had a successful meeting with representatives from Abahani Limited, Mohammedan Sporting Club, Victoria Sporting Club, Old DOHS,

BCB fails to break DPL deadlock

Bangladesh Cricket Board failed to resolve the ongoing crisis making it uncertain when the Dhaka Premier League will resume after it was stopped mid-way through the league. At the 35th meeting of its board of directors on Sunday the main agenda was the DPL as the Cricket Committee Dhaka Metropolis put the ball in the ... Read more

Dollar bankrupts Sky Blues

In the best all-round display this season, Dollar Mahmud muscled high-flying Abahani into submission in Bangladesh Biman’s one-wicket victory in the Premier Division Super League yesterday. Dollar obliterated the Sky Blues, who were poised for their tenth win during the Bogra encounter, before tail-ender Talha Jubair smashed Alauddin Babu for a six over mid-wicket to

Dull ending of first phase

The first leg of the Dhaka Premier League ended with a mediocre performance as CCS lost to Gazi Tanks Cricketers by one wicket in the eleventh round match at the Fatullah stadium on Thursday. Although Bangladesh Biman, CCS and Kalabagan finished on equal 12 points after the completion of the eleventh round, Biman and CCS ... Read more

Hard-fought win for MSC

Holders Mohamme-dan fought back from 107-6 to score 245-8 to beat Bangladesh Biman by two wickets in the crucial Dhaka Premier League match at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Wednesday. A brilliant all-round performance by Rajat Bhatia powered Abahani to a 39-run win over Prime Doleshwar at the Fatullah stadium while Kalabagan defeated Surjo Tarun ... Read more

First win for Doleshwar

Prime Doleshwar registered their first win in the Dhaka Premier League when they shocked Kalabagan KC by four wickets at the Fatullah stadium on Sunday. Bangladesh Biman took a giant leap towards Super League after eking out a 12-run win over Orient SC in another match at the BKSP