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Post by Inxbuzz » Sun Oct 20, 2019 5:29 pm

Saif Hassan makes a splash with unbeaten 220 for Dhaka against Rangpur

Saif Hassan cracked an unbeaten double-century

A star-studded Khulna Division beat Rajshahi Division by seven wickets in a Tier 1 match, while Sylhet Division posted an impressive eight-wicket win over Dhaka Metropolis in their Tier 2 encounter in the second round of National Cricket League matches. The Tier 1 game between Dhaka Division and Rangpur Division, which gave us our batsman of the round, and the Tier 2 game between Chittagong Division and Barisal Division, ended in stalemates.


Best batsmen

Saif Hassan's unbeaten 220, his second double-century, powered Dhaka Division to 556 for 8 before they declared against Rangpur. He struck 19 fours and four sixes in his 329 balls, having spent more than eight hours in the middle.

Rangpur's Naeem Islam and Liton Das struck centuries in reply, as they were bowled out for 508 runs. Naeem's innings spanned seven hours and 20 minutes, and he struck 13 fours and a six in 324 balls. Liton made 122 off 189 balls, having struck 14 fours.

Imtiaz Hossain, the Sylhet veteran, led their 204-run chase against Dhaka Metropolis with an unbeaten 110 off 178 balls. He struck 11 fours and a six. Youngster Zakir Hasan also contributed with 71 and 72. Dhaka Metropolis' Mahmudullah struck his 12th first-class hundred when he made 111 off 243 balls, having batted four minutes short of six hours.

Three-figure scores proved elusive for Khulna's Nurul Hasan (97 not out) and Imrul Kayes (93) against defending champions Rajshahi in Khulna. Chittagong's Mahidul Islam (91) also missed out on a century against Barisal.


Pace bowlers had a good time in this round as Dhaka Metropolis' Abu Hider took a five-wicket haul against Sylhet. Al-Amin Hossain, playing for Khulna, celebrated his Bangladesh call-up after three years with figures of 4 for 17 against Rajshahi. Sylhet's Rejaur Rahman and Abu Jayed took four-wicket hauls against Dhaka Metropolis too.

But spinners didn't have too bad a time. Offspinner Nayeem Hasan had match figures of 8 for 116 against Barisal, but it couldn't enforce a result in Fatullah, while Mehidy Hasan and Abdur Razzak also took four-wicket hauls for Khulna against Rajshahi.

Best match

Sylhet's eight-wicket win over Dhaka Metropolis, finishing late on the fourth day, was by far the best contest in this round of matches. Sylhet were disciplined in their chase of 201, with the experienced Imtiaz hitting an unbeaten century, as he shared in a 162-run second-wicket stand with Zakir.

Sylhet had initially taken a 73-run first-innings lead, and they then bowled out Dhaka Metropolis for 273 to set up a modest chase, and got there with lots to spare.

Points table

Khulna and Barisal held on to the top positions in Tier 1 and Tier 2 respectively, although Sylhet have closed the gap with Barisal after their win over Dhaka Metropolis.

Players to watch

Ahead of Test selection for the tour of India, 20-year-old Saif has thrown his hat in the ring, while Nayeem's big haul should give him and the selectors something to think about very seriously.
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Post by Harmer » Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:42 am

Bangladesh tour of India in doubt as players go on strike

October 21 2019


Among the 11 demands is one that involves asking the BCB to revert BPL to its old format
Bangladesh's upcoming tour of India, starting November 3, is now in doubt as the players of the national side called for a press conference in the national capital and announced that they will not take part in any cricketing activities unless a 11-point demand made to the cricket board is met. This also means they will not partake in the ongoing National Cricket League season, as well as the upcoming camp for the tour of India.


Senior players like Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim were all present at the press conference that also had a big group of first-class cricketers standing by in support.

"We just came to know about it we will discuss it in the board and try to resolve it as soon as possible," BCB CEO Nizamudin Chowdhury said. "I don't think it is anything like revolt. They are yet to tell us anything formally, but we are looking into the matter."

The following are some of the demands:

- Dhaka Premier League, the domestic tournament in Bangladesh, should not have salary cap

- BPL should be conducted in franchise-style instead of the revised BBL-type format. Recently the board had decided to do away with the franchise-based format after a fallout with the franchises, and turn to the Big Bash League model.


- Local players should have remuneration equal to foreign players.

- Dismantling of the current Cricketers Welfare Association of Bangladesh (CWAB) and have fresh elections to avoid conflict of interest.

- More players should be in the central contracts list, and the need for higher salaries for them.

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Post by Inxbuzz » Mon Oct 21, 2019 12:27 pm

Harmer wrote:
Mon Oct 21, 2019 11:42 am
Bangladesh tour of India in doubt as players go on strike

October 21 2019


Among the 11 demands is one that involves asking the BCB to revert BPL to its old format
Bangladesh's upcoming tour of India, starting November 3, is now in doubt as the players of the national side called for a press conference in the national capital and announced that they will not take part in any cricketing activities unless a 11-point demand made to the cricket board is met. This also means they will not partake in the ongoing National Cricket League season, as well as the upcoming camp for the tour of India.


Senior players like Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur Rahim were all present at the press conference that also had a big group of first-class cricketers standing by in support.

"We just came to know about it we will discuss it in the board and try to resolve it as soon as possible," BCB CEO Nizamudin Chowdhury said. "I don't think it is anything like revolt. They are yet to tell us anything formally, but we are looking into the matter."

The following are some of the demands:

- Dhaka Premier League, the domestic tournament in Bangladesh, should not have salary cap

- BPL should be conducted in franchise-style instead of the revised BBL-type format. Recently the board had decided to do away with the franchise-based format after a fallout with the franchises, and turn to the Big Bash League model.


- Local players should have remuneration equal to foreign players.

- Dismantling of the current Cricketers Welfare Association of Bangladesh (CWAB) and have fresh elections to avoid conflict of interest.

- More players should be in the central contracts list, and the need for higher salaries for them.
https://m.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/110 ... -on-strike

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Post by raja » Tue Oct 22, 2019 6:48 am

Pity if the tour doesn't go through.
I love Bangladesh, and want to see them play more cricket.

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Re: Bangladesh Cricket Thread

Post by latecut » Tue Oct 22, 2019 11:29 am

What have Bangladeshi players achieved in International cricket to ask for Higher pays. If they achieve something, they will get compensated on their own. Most of their players will not be international players if they played in any other cricketing nation. Afghanistan is already looking like a more promising cricketing nation than Bangladesh.

Having said that, I , like Saurav Ganguly, know that Bangladesh will tour India alright, and will get thrashed, as usual. :P

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Post by Inxbuzz » Wed Oct 23, 2019 11:49 pm

raja wrote:
Tue Oct 22, 2019 6:48 am
Pity if the tour doesn't go through.
I love Bangladesh, and want to see them play more cricket.
All is well, S.Hasina & Narendra Ji will invited to watch Calcutta test match -- they both accept the offer so tour gets green signal. Indian team announces today while BD camp will starts tomorrow in Dhaka

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Post by Inxbuzz » Wed Oct 23, 2019 11:51 pm

https://m.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/110 ... able-terms

BCB, players resolve crisis on amicable terms

October 23 2019

The Board has agreed to most of the demands of the players.

Ending all speculations, the ongoing feud between the Bangladesh Cricket Board and the cricketers was resolved on Wednesday (October 23) with the board agreeing to most of the demands that were put up by the players. It eventually led to the players calling off the strike with immediate effect.

The India series was in doubt with the cricketers having had called a strike on October 21 after putting up an 11-point demand and it seemed to be moving in the wrong direction as they added two more demands to that list and sent it to the board for consideration on Wednesday. However, the BCB officials seemed adamant to resolve the problem as quickly as possible and end the ongoing crisis. In the end, they managed to do it successfully. As a result, cricket is set to resume with the National Cricket League starting next Saturday, while the national players will participate in the preparation camp for the upcoming India series that is scheduled to start from October 25.

"We have agreed to meet up most of their demands," Nazmul Hasan said in a joint press conference where Shakib al Hasan was sitting beside him at the board room. "We had earlier decided to cancel the third round of the NCL, but as the players decided to play we have shifted it to next Saturday. The national camp will start from October 25," he said, ending all speculation hovering around the upcoming India tour that is scheduled to start from November 3.


"They had sent 11 demands where BCB had nothing to do with the CWAB related demand while we have decided to agree on the remaining demands apart from the one where it was stated that players will be allowed to play in more than two franchise-based tournaments," he said. "I don't think there are many players who are offered more than two franchise-based tournaments and we will take the decision regarding participation of them in the franchise-based cricket on a case-to-case basis,'' he said.

There were lot of twists and turns on Wednesday as the Bangladesh cricketers had sent a 13-point demand letter to the BCB through their appointed representative that included revenue sharing of the board and one of the new demands added to that list included gender parity as male cricketers felt that women cricketers should be treated equally by the board.

"We have sent a letter to the board placing our 13-point demand but that is nothing like a legal notice," Mustafizur said in a local hotel where players had gathered to have a discussion among themselves on Monday. "We want gender parity so we want that wherever it is possible our male and female cricketers are treated equally by the board," he said.

"We want revenue sharing by the board as we believe that Bangladesh will be the second biggest market in Asia in cricket after India and is on its way to be one of the leading ones in the world," he added.

This announcement came a day after BCB lashed out at the cricketers and said that they have not put up any demands formally to them and instead used the media as a tool. Regarding the revenue sharing issue and gender parity issue, Nazmul said that they can't make any official comment right now as they have sent it to their legal advisor for counsel.

Shakib said that he is happy that most of their demands are being met. "Today we are happy," said Shakib. "We can say how satisfied we are when these assurances will be implemented," he said. Shakib, who led for the players in discussion with the board, said he is happy for the time being, but only can express his satisfaction fully if the things are executed properly.

"Till now, I am happy. The board promised to resolve all the matters one by one very soon. I hope they will do it in quickest possible time," Shakib said. "We raised those two demands just now and the board needs time to discuss about it. I am okay with it for the time being. We are joining the national camp from October 25."

."After the NCL, we'll discuss about the CWAB. Namur Rahman ensured us that only the current players will be involved with CWAB," he added.

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Post by Inxbuzz » Mon Oct 28, 2019 11:30 pm

Shakib was not present at the camp before tour to india.BD cricket AUTHORITY think he might miss india tour of t20i and test--
so BD without wicket keeping of M.Rahim
without tamin and Saiffudin Now sad news of their captain -

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Post by Inxbuzz » Mon Oct 28, 2019 11:33 pm

india propos 2nd test vs BD at calcutta as day night pink ball game but BD not yet say nothing

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Post by 3rd man » Tue Oct 29, 2019 12:47 pm

Shakib Al Hasan banned for 2 years after failing to report a betting approach.

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