Law to help execute plans, not change

Former national coach Stuart Law said on Tuesday that he is not willing to make too many changes in Bangladesh Under-19 setup but he is rather keen to add some values on the current system.
Law arrived on Monday to take up the technical advisor’s role of the Bangladesh Under-19 cricket team ahead of the ICC Under-19 World Cup, scheduled

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Brilliant U-19s

When the Tigers scripted a new chapter in their ODI history with a first-ever series win against a formidable South Africa on their home turf before the Eid break, their future successors also scored an equally impressive 5-2 win against their South African counterparts away from home during the Eid holidays. Pinak Ghosh, a 16-year-old opener from Netrokona, hogged

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Junior Tigers blow SA away

On the day when Bangladesh national team surrendered against South Africa in Dhaka with wayward cricket, the junior Tigers played most sensible and solid cricket to clinch a thumping eight wicket victory in their first Youth one-day International match at Durban on Sunday. Young openers Joyraz Sheik and Pinak Ghosh made 135 runs from 31.3 overs after

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Defeats dash Jr Tigers’ dream

Bangladesh’s dream of finishing their ICC Under-19 World Cup campaign on a high suffered a huge setback after they conceded two consecutive defeats to Australia and England in Townsville, Australia, last week.
The Bangladeshi youths lost against Australia by five wickets in their quarter-final affair at the Endeavour Park on Sunday before suffering an almost identical defeat against England in the

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Jr Tigers mull an Eid gift for Bangladesh

Bangladesh’s junior cricket team is planning to present the country their biggest Eid gift when they take on hosts Australia in the first quarter-final of the ICC Under-19 World Cup in Townsville on Sunday.
The game coincided with the Eid-ul-Fitr, which will be celebrated in Australia on the matchday and the junior Tigers are in no mood to spoil the

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