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Old February 11, 2007, 06:33 AM
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Writing a review on the first phase of DPL. Before posting that, hers's the stats to make this thread further rich

As promised, here's the final stats after completion of the league phase of the Kai Altech Premier League 2007

Code:
 
Batsman	      Match	Inn	N.O.	Runs	100	50	Avg
Al Shahariar	11	11		472		6	42.9
Rajin Saleh	11	11	2	453	2	2	50.3
Rabiul Karim	11	11	1	434	2	1	43.4
Tamim Iqbal	7	7	0	408	1	2	58.3
Imran Ahmed	11	11		407		3	37
N Faruque	10	10	2	402		4	50.3
Imrul Kayes	10	10		401		3	40.1
Junaid Siddique	10	10		390	1	2	39
Jahur Elahi	11	11	1	362		2	36.2
Fahadullah	8	8	1	360	2	1	51.4
Nazimuddin	11	11	2	357		3	39.7
Sharifullah	11	10		351		4	35.1
Rashid Hanif	11	11	1	349		1	34.9
Javed Omar	11	11		333	1	1	30.3
Shahbaz Butt	9	9	1	323	1	2	40.4
Just after one round (look ate the stats posted after 10th round, foreign player further slided in the list. I am fully convinced that Al Shahriar has done enough to get a national recall and especially in the WC squad when we are struggling to find a suitable opening partner of SN.

Now, leading wicket takers, incomplete stats (no bowling average) due to non co-operation from TigerCricket (stopped uploading domestic scorecards)

Code:
 
Bowler	               Wkts
Rezaul Haque 	       29
Suhrawadi Shuvo	       24
Jaffar Qureshi	       23
Mohammad Shahzada      21
Sharifullah	       20
Tariqul Islam	       20
Monjurul Islam (Monju) 19
Lal Mohon	       17
Farhad Reza	       16
Mahbubul Alam (Robin)  16
Suhrawardi Shuvo is impressive along with Shahzada and Rezaul Haque. Farhad Reza is missing the limelight and probably sit out.
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