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Old June 27, 2005, 03:48 PM
TheWatcher TheWatcher is offline
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Originally posted by lance_klusner
Guys, can we get some info about the below mentioned players who are our future stars...

Could ny tell bout them...how many are all rounders....how many can be regarded as our future sloggers as we badly need after Rafique retires....and etc etc etc bout them...

I think we can expect to Shamsur to be a good middle order batsmen for BD cricket team of 2010...atleast...

Mr. Richard Macinness highly rates him among all....
Nadif: Very much like Rafiique/Razzak. Does not depend on spin too much, once a while even bowls at medium pace. Last year, when u/19 toured England, where Enamul got only 3-4 wickets, he had 13, the most successful bowler of the tour.

I don't think there is anything wrong with his bowling action as he worked under McInnes (who is a specialist on this issue) for few years. But I also heard that he likes to throw the ball once a while in the domestic league.

Also an useful lower order batsman. But I think he will loose the battle against Sakib who is also an SLA and a batsman.

Shamsur Rahman: I don't think I have to say much about this guy. Expecting to see him in the team during home serieses against SL and Aus, most probably in the ODI side in place of Tushar.

Marshal Ayub: He is a middle order batsman in the current U/19 team. He also bowls leg spin. That is all I know about him.

Abul Bashar: Two-three years ago, he was considered a bright young prospect just like Shamsu or Rahim is considered now. Have not heard about him recently.

Saqib Al Hasan: His coaches in BKSP say this 16-year-lad drinks, sleeps, and eats cricket. Rabeed Imam called him the brightest upcoming star for the national team. A very mature player considering his age. An SLA and an useful left hand bat (which gives him another edge over right-hand bat Nadif). Rana will probably loose to him in couple of years.

Shafaq Al Jabar: Six feet plus tall left arm medium pacer. Too young and immature at this stage. Sayed Rasel will probably make the team before him.

Dollar Mahmud: Fast enough to break Chacha's thumb in a NCL match. Still too young.

Sorwardy Shuvo: He is an SLA, got 19 wickets in 3 matches in the last NCL. Did pretty well in u/19's tour of Australia. Hopefuly, he will be a key player for our team in Youth WC'06 in Sri Lanka.

Ashim Chowdhury: He was a member of our u/19 that toured England last year. I believe he is a leggie.

Edited on, June 28, 2005, 7:29 AM GMT, by TheWatcher.
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