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TheWatcher
July 12, 2006, 11:34 PM
First Round (http://www.malaysiacricket.com/html/s02_article/article_view.asp?id=576&nav_cat_id=138&nav_top_id=58)

Bangladesh beat Singapore by 140 runs.

Bangladesh 288-8 in 50 overs (Mithun Ali 75, Nasir Hossain 65, Amit Majunder 38, Taposh Ghosh 27, Mahmjudul hasan 24; Timothy Rushil Singam 2-42.)

Singapore 148-9 in 50 overs (Mayank Dalakoti 51, Anoop Sekhar Kinjavdekar 25, G. Jayanth 21; Rumman Islam 4-16, Sunzamul Islam 2-17).

Man of the Match: Mithun Ali.

Second Round (http://www.malaysiacricket.com/html/s02_article/article_view.asp?id=577&nav_cat_id=138&nav_top_id=58)

Sri Lanka bt Bangladesh by 34 runs.

Sri Lanka 213-9 (Kusal Janitha Perera 73, Umesh Karunarathna 20 n.o.; Rumman Islam 4-37, Nasir Hossain 3-32, Mahmudul Hasan 2-35).

Bangladesh 179-9 (Nadim Uddin Mintu 70, Taposh Ghosh 51; Thisara Perera 2-40, Wimanga Archchige 2-28, Sachith Pathirana 2-32, Chamesh Fernando 1-23).

Third Round (http://www.malaysiacricket.com/html/s02_article/article_view.asp?id=578&nav_cat_id=138&nav_top_id=58)

Bangladesh bt Malaysia by 8 wkts.

Malaysia 95-9 in 44 overs (Rashid Ahad 19, Suharril Fetri Shuib 14, Hafiz Zaman Huri 13; Shafayet Hossain 3-12, Rumman Islam 3-19).

Bangladesh 94-2 in 10.1 overs (Ariful Haque 47, Mithun Ali 44 not out).

Man of the Match: Shafayet Hossain (Bangladesh).

Rabz
July 13, 2006, 12:28 AM
2 out of 3 isnt bad...
good goin young cubs...
wish u all the best

gatekeeper
July 13, 2006, 09:19 AM
2 out of 3 isnt bad...


Really? Do Singapore and Malaysia really matter?

Sovik
July 13, 2006, 10:03 AM
we lost the main game, but could have been worse

Tigers_eye
July 13, 2006, 10:08 AM
Really? Do Singapore and Malaysia really matter?

You must not have looked at the score. We did what we were suppose to do. I say we can take out the Lankans in a 5 match series.

roi
July 13, 2006, 10:57 AM
<TABLE id=theTable3 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD>SRI LANKA AND BANGLADESH IN REPEAT FINAL</TD></TR><TR><TD colSpan=2>http://www.malaysiacricket.com/html/images/trans.gif</TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD id=theCell1 style="PADDING-RIGHT: 10px" width="100%">By Fazil Mahmud
KUALA LUMPUR, July 13: Defending champions Sri Lanka and Bangladesh advanced to the final of the second edition of the Golden Hope International Under-17 Cricket Challenge with relatively ease in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.
Sri Lanka outclassed debutants Singapore by nine wickets in the semi-finals of the championship jointly organised by the Malay Cricket Association of Malaysia and Golden Hope at the Kinrara Oval while Bangladesh strolled to an eight wickets win over the hosts at the Bayuemas Oval.
Malaysia take on Singapore in the third and fourth placings playoff on Friday while Sri Lanka and Bangladesh battle for honours in a repeat of last year's final on Saturday at the same venue.
Set a target of 139 runs for victory , the opening stand partnership of 103 runs between Ariful Haque for 77 runs (picture) and Amit Majumder unbeaten on 29 raised Bangladesh's hopes of a crushing victory over the Malaysians.
Ariful knocked one sixer and 14 boundaries enroute to his 77 runs in 62 minutes.
Earlier in the day, opener Shafiq Sharif put on a creditable performance to score 43 runs and Suharril Fetri Shuib on 28 after pacers Rumman Islam and Shafayet Hossain Shaoun rocked the hosts by claiming three and two wickets respectively.
Jolted at 31-1 with the dismissal of skipper Faris Almas-Lee for only nine runs, Shafiq steadied the Malaysian innings with masterly strokes while Suharril, coming in to bat at No 5, punished the Bangladeshis with three boundaries.
The Sri Lankans, hoping to make it two-in-a row, were simply awesome against the Singaporeans who won the toss and elected to bat first. By mid-day, Singapore could only manage a paltry total of 105 runs.
Spinner Sachith Pathirana grabbed three wickets for the loss of 16 runs.
In reply, the defending champions made sure of victory through openers Primosh Perera unbeaten on 52 and Kusal Janitha Perera (43) for the loss of one wicket at the end of the 17<SUP>th</SUP> over.
"We expect strong opposition from Sri Lanka in the final as they have been playing very well here,'' said Golam Nawsher Prince, a top official of the Bangladesh Cricket Board in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
"Bangladesh is ready for the battle and I believe we are not going to make the same mistake as we did last year which costs us the title and the coveted trophy."
Sri Lankan team manager Malcolm Perera, however, is confident of his side pulling of victory in the final.
"The boys are very much focussed for the final after our easy win over Malaysia in the semi-finals. We have much to prove that our win last year was no fluke."
Scores - Semi-finals: Bangladesh bt Malaysia by 8 wickets. Malaysia 137 in 49.4 overs (Shafiq Sharif 43, Suharril Fetri Shuib 28, Norwira Zazmie A. Halim 13; Rumman Islam 4-19, Shafayet Hossain Shauon 2-30).
Bangladesh 140-2 in 21 overs (Ariful Haque 77, Amit Majumder 27 not out, Md. Mithun Shaukat Ali 25; Saravana Raj Chandra Mohan 2-12).
Man of the Match: Ariful Haque (Bangladesh).
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TheWatcher
July 13, 2006, 03:40 PM
Rumman Islam so far got 15 wickets from 4 four matches- very impressive. I hope he is not an age cheater.

rudro
July 13, 2006, 03:42 PM
Rumman Islam so far got 15 wickets from 4 four matches- very impressive. I hope he is not an age cheater.
I hope he is not an SLA

TheWatcher
July 13, 2006, 03:48 PM
I hope he is not an SLA
You can be rest assured on that point, reports mention him as a medium pacer.

sadi
July 13, 2006, 03:49 PM
he is a pacer

TheWatcher
July 13, 2006, 03:51 PM
A picture of Rumman Islam from last year's edition of Golden Hope Trophy (http://www.malaysiacricket.com/files/Y5D88R49J2/mom_rummon_2208.JPG)

RazabQ
July 13, 2006, 06:59 PM
Definitely a kid and definitely tall - that frame can fill out nicely. Ya baby ...

akabir77
July 14, 2006, 09:12 AM
any news on final yet?

sar2005
July 14, 2006, 10:32 AM
Definitely a kid and definitely tall - that frame can fill out nicely. Ya baby ...

His wrist and tiny sholder reminds me a country of Durvikkho.
Yeah, I also believe that frame can fill out by time. We really need strong build aggressive pacers. Who knows, he might be the one in 2/3 years.

roi
July 15, 2006, 10:54 AM
<TABLE id=theTable3 cellSpacing=0 cellPadding=0 border=0><TBODY><TR><TD>SRI LANKA CLINCH GOLDEN HOPE UNDER-17 CHALLENGE AGAIN</TD></TR><TR><TD colSpan=2>http://www.malaysiacricket.com/html/images/trans.gif</TD></TR><TR><TD></TD><TD id=theCell1 style="PADDING-RIGHT: 10px" width="100%">By Fazil Mahmud
KUALA LUMPUR, July 15: Sri Lanka successfully defended the Golden Hope International Under-17 Cricket Challenge trophy, defeating Bangladesh by four wickets at the Bayuemas Oval in Pandamaran, Klang on Saturday.
The Bangladeshis, hoping to turn the tables on their neighbours in the final this time, won the toss and elected to bat first.
However, the early dismissal of opener Amit Majumder for only one run followed by Ariful Haque, out five balls later off a leg before wicket (LBW) decision for nine runs, and Mithun Shaukat Ali (6) next saw the Bangladeshis caving in at 3-24 and then 5-69 by the 10<SUP>th</SUP> over.
Shocked by the early setback, Bangladesh fortunes were left in the hands of Nadim Uddin Mintu, coming in to bat at No 6. Nadim kept the Sri Lankan pace bowlers as well as spinners at bay with a defiant half century before his side collapsed at 120 runs with six overs to spare.
Sachith Pathirana did most of the damage by taking three wickets for the loss of 19 runs and was supported well by Umesh Karunarathna (2-15), Wimanga Arachchige (2-16), Thisara Perera (1-22) and Hasitha Ilangarathna (1-23).
The champions, chasing 121 runs for victory, were equally in trouble just before lunch, losing the first wicket for only one run on the board and then crawled to 6-83, giving Bangladesh hope of victory.
However, their middle order batsmen - Angelo Perera and Thisara Perera, unbeaten on 23 and 22 runs respectively - saw them through with 124 runs on the board.
"There was a lot of excitement in the final and the competition was very keen. I am glad we pulled off victory,'' said an elated Sri Lanka manager Malcolm Perera after the prize giving ceremony.
"We have some very steady batsmen in the team and that made a lot of difference today. The boys are very experience. At the end of the day, the better team won."
However, Mr Perera added that he expects to make changes to the side when they play three one-day matches against the touring Indian Cricket Academy in Colombo in two weeks.
"We have a pool of 28 players. Infact, there are several players better than those here who will get the opportunity to play against the Indians."
On Friday, Malaysia defeated Singapore by 74 runs to finish third in the championship.
The hosts, electing to bat first after winning the toss, were dismissed for 156 runs with Suharril Fetri Shuib posting the highest batting score of 37 not out followed by Norwira Zazmie Abdul Halim on 26 and Rashid Ahad contributing 16 runs.
Spinner Irfan Nasir Madakia was Singapore's best bowler, taking three wickets for the loss of 36 runs.
In reply, the Singaporeans, making their debut in the four-nation championship, were reduced to 82 runs, thus giving the Malaysians a 74-run victory. Irfan once again shone with the bat with a top score of 31 runs.
Scores - Final: Sri Lanka bt Bangladesh by 4 wkts. Bangladesh 120 (Nadim Uddin Mintu 50 not out, Nasir Hossain Nasir 13; Sachith Pathirana 3-19, Umesh Karunarathna 2-15, Wimanga Arachchige 2-16, Thisara Perera 1-22, Hasitha Ilangarathna 1-23).
Sri Lanka 124-6 (Kusal Janitha Perera 25, SM Ashan Priyanjan 25, Angelo Perera 23 not out, Thisara Perera 22 not out; Sunzamul Islam 2-14, Rumman Islam 1-21, Raihan Anas 1-18, Nasir Hossain Nasir 1-28).
Third-Fourth Placing - Malaysia bt Singapore by 74 runs. Malaysia 156 (Suharril Fetri Shuib 37 not out, Norwira Zazmie A. Halim 26, Rashid Ahad 16, Shafiq Sharif 14; Irfan Nasir Madakia 3-36, Mayank Dalakoti 2-28, Anish EdwardParaam 2-16, Timothy Rushil Singham 1-14).
Singapore 82 (Irfan Nasir Madakia 31; Saravana Raj Chandra Mohan 3-8, Nik Azril Ariffin 2-12, Aminuddin Ramly 1-14, Abilash Raaj Sugunan 1-10).
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gatekeeper
July 15, 2006, 01:47 PM
You must not have looked at the score. We did what we were suppose to do. I say we can take out the Lankans in a 5 match series.

I did look at the score and my question remains the same.

Sovik
July 15, 2006, 02:05 PM
Still a long way to go

kalpurush
July 15, 2006, 04:33 PM
Yap! They are only under 17!!

Hasib
July 16, 2006, 07:42 AM
what disappoints me is that we won every game against SL the last time except the finals...and this time we could do nothing....oh well.