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ekatturerBangalee
February 9, 2006, 05:57 PM
How often do you see Bangladesh’s name at the top?
It feels good, na?

http://www.cricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/2005-06/OTHERS/U19-WC2006/U19-WC2006_TABLE.html

For the first time, we have a sensible Skipper, good Batsmen as well as Bowlers in the team. For our next round, Ace Bowlers need improvement in their deliveries. Dollar and Sonnet must check all those extras.

CricTiger
February 9, 2006, 07:02 PM
No doubt about that .Still we have a long way to go .Slowly and surely we are heading towards our goal .

Good to know

TheWatcher
February 9, 2006, 09:22 PM
Express India report (http://cricket.expressindia.com/fulliestory.php?content_id=87589)

[quote]In the final hour of play at the SCC today one saw cricket coming a full circle. For the long everyone’s favourite prey, Bangladesh today turned predator, toying with Uganda as they coasted to a 171-run win to top their group.

Specialist batsmen got a sudden urge to bowl, appeals turned down were referred to the computer analyst in the press box and players fielding on the fence were busy chatting with those on bench. The jury’s still out on the logic behind granting Bangladeshs Test status but there’s no doubt of their strength in the world of junior cricket.

‘‘We’ve been doing well in the last few years but people don’t notice results’’, says assistant coach Abedeen Nazmul. ‘‘The World Cup is the stage where statements and made, and recorded too.’’

ekatturerBangalee
February 9, 2006, 10:12 PM
Originally posted by TheWatcher
Express India report (http://cricket.expressindia.com/fulliestory.php?content_id=87589)

[quote]In the final hour of play at the SCC today one saw cricket coming a full circle. For the long everyone’s favourite prey, Bangladesh today turned predator, toying with Uganda as they coasted to a 171-run win to top their group.

Specialist batsmen got a sudden urge to bowl, appeals turned down were referred to the computer analyst in the press box and players fielding on the fence were busy chatting with those on bench. The jury’s still out on the logic behind granting Bangladeshs Test status but there’s no doubt of their strength in the world of junior cricket.

‘‘We’ve been doing well in the last few years but people don’t notice results’’, says assistant coach Abedeen Nazmul. ‘‘The World Cup is the stage where statements and made, and recorded too.’’

Thanks Watcher for sharing this info.:up:

SS
February 9, 2006, 11:10 PM
It's great to see international cricket media talking about BD in U19 worldcup.
But there is only one way to get into the front page by defeating major teams liek India,lanka,Australia etc. They are coming and we have to face them and if we win then we will be recognized on the "front page" of "cricinfo".