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August 21, 2002, 09:34 AM
Kenya Cricket Association XI v Bangladesh 'A'
Ken 322/5 in 50 & BD A 120/5 in 30
Well, nothing much has changed since 1998.
Kenya, a non-test playing nation can still score over 300 runs against our bowlers inside 50 overs even if they were A team bowlers this time (although Tapash Baisya and Alok Kapali are chosen for the national One Day team).
And our main batsman who should be looking to do the job, still collapses chasing that high target, even if they are A team batsman (although Javed Omar, Md. Ashraful, Sanwar Hossain, Tushar Imran and now Mazharul Haque are all going to be playing for the national One Day team).
What can you say? Tehsin, if you are reading this, I think that this is the perfect time to post my article that I sent you a couple of days back on the main page - even though there are some bad things in it which some people would not like to hear :P.
Edited on, April 16, 2005, 3:07 AM GMT, by radicalsami.
August 21, 2002, 10:41 AM
Date-stamped : 12 Nov2001 - 18:30
ODI # 1239
President's Cup, 1997/98, 1st Match
Kenya v Bangladesh
Gymkhana Club Ground, Nairobi
10 October 1997 (50-overs match)
Result: Kenya won by 150 runs
Points: Kenya 4, Bangladesh 0
Umpires: RE Koertzen (SA) and Saleem Badar (Pak)
TV Umpire: MJ Kitchen (Eng)
Match Referee: PL van der Merwe (SA)
ODI Debuts: M Sheikh, AV Vadher (Kenya); Jahangir Alam,
Shahriar Hossain (Bdesh).
Man of the Match: KO Otieno
Kenya innings (50 overs maximum) R B 4 6
DN Chudasama c & b Hasibul Hossain 122
+KO Otieno b Hasibul Hossain 144
SO Tikolo b Mohammad Rafique 32
MO Odumbe not out 15
TM Odoyo not out 18
Extras (b 1, lb 3, w 12) 16
Total (3 wickets, 50 overs) 347
DNB: *AY Karim, AV Vadher, HS Modi, M Sheikh, RW Ali,
FoW: 1-225 (Chudasama), 2-309 (Tikolo), 3-316 (Otieno).
Bowling O M R W
Saiful Islam 6.3 0 35 0
Hasibul Hossain 10 1 68 2
Athar Ali Khan 4 0 29 0
Salahuddin Ahmed 10 0 80 0
Mohammad Rafique 10 0 71 1
Minhajul Abedin 4 0 24 0
Akram Khan 3.3 0 22 0
Aminul Islam 2 0 14 0
Bangladesh innings (target: 348 runs from 50 overs) R B 4 6
Athar Ali Khan c & b Karim 61
Shahriar Hossain b Ali 14
Jahangir Alam b Karim 3 17 0 0
Aminul Islam b Tikolo 37
*Akram Khan lbw b Karim 16
Minhajul Abedin b Karim 1 6 0 0
Mohammad Rafique c & b Tikolo 19
+Khaled Mashud c Tikolo b Karim 1 2 0 0
Hasibul Hossain not out 21
Salahuddin Ahmed st Otieno b Sheikh 3 31 0 0
Saiful Islam absent hurt -
Extras (b 4, lb 7, w 8, nb 2) 21
Total (all out, 43.4 overs) 197
FoW: 1-55 (Shahriar Hossain), 2-90 (Jahangir Alam),
3-100 (Athar Ali Khan), 4-123 (Akram Khan),
5-124 (Minhajul Abedin), 6-163 (Mohammad Rafique),
7-166 (Khaled Mashud), 8-176 (Aminul Islam),
9-197 (Salahuddin Ahmed).
Bowling O M R W
Suji 5 0 35 0
Ali 7 1 20 1
Odoyo 3 0 18 0
Karim 10 2 33 5
Odumbe 7 0 37 0
Tikolo 6 0 31 2
Sheikh 4.4 1 12 1
Modi 1 1 0 0
*** The opening partnership of 225 by Chudasama and Otieno is a new
world record for one-day internationals. (Previous 1st wicket record:
212, DC Boon and GR Marsh, Aust v India, Jaipur, 1986-87. Previous
best unbroken 1st wicket stand: 221 by Haynes, Lara and Richardson,
West Indies v Pakistan, Melbourne, 1992 World Cup.)
Thanks :: Raju, Raku & Pulin
<END> Contributed by The Management (email@example.com)
August 21, 2002, 10:52 AM
I cant find anything to say...
Other than... I am sad.
August 21, 2002, 06:11 PM
Need psychological help, they are menally,physicaly week.lack of self believe and selfrespect for themself and for the country.:mad:
August 22, 2002, 03:02 PM
What dose it say about us when we call every austerelian a mate every time we get the oppotunity ? I never haerd them call me a bhai or something.
I am not sure who lack self believe and selfrespect for themselves and country.
August 22, 2002, 04:00 PM
The reason behind is the popularity of these terms. Most people in the world are used to mate, Amigo, lad. Only a few knows about bhai.
August 22, 2002, 04:11 PM
It's Bangali nature...what self-respect can you ask from a nation that get their fashion trends copying from hindi movies? That I am typing in an English messageboard about Bangladesh Criket right now is also highly degrading....
August 22, 2002, 05:42 PM
Isn't cricket a british game??
[Edited on 22-8-2002 by Orpheus]
August 22, 2002, 06:32 PM
yes. 1877 the first test was played and in 1868 the Aboriginals went over to play a series before it was an actual game. The abo's were bowling underarm then
August 23, 2002, 05:21 AM
We already know that we had to send a weak bowling side, on top of that Kenya is fielding everything (their national team under the pretence of KCA XI, who are they fooling?). Looking at our top two bowling performance, it's obvious that Kenyan batsmen are facing an attack that would get flogged even in the Dhaka league. How so ? Sanwar bowling 7 overs and taking 2 wickets ? Ashraful bowling full overs and getting 2 wickets ? BCB needed to send in some serious bowlers.
I expect more from Ashraful but the little guy really gets battered everytime he goes to bowl. Ghani uncle ki kaaj korchena o k niye r ?
KCA XI 322/6 wkts (50 overs) (K. Obuya 146 n.o., S. Tikolo 33, T. Odoyo 39, C. Obuya 24 n.o., M. Ashraful 2/65, S. Hossain 2/41)
Bangladesh “A” 230 all out (49.5 overs) (R. Islam 41, M. Hoque 31, S. Hossain 52 n.o., M. Suji 1/34, J. Angara 2/51, C. Obuya 1/43, J. Kamande 1/18)
August 23, 2002, 05:26 AM
Send ash to mustaq for a 15 day training.
Lets use his bowling along with the highlighted batting. We just might get the first true all rounder.
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