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Old July 22, 2012, 08:25 AM
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Default West Indies High Performance Team's Tour of Bangladesh, Sep/Oct 2012

ITINERARY: West Indies High Performance Team's Tour of Bangladesh

Day
Date
Activities
Venue
Against
Day 1
Wednesday
12-Sep-12
Arrival in Dhaka
HSJ Int.

Day 2
Thursday
13-Sep-12
Travel to Khulna

Day 3
Friday
14-Sep-12
Practice
SANS

Day 4
Saturday
15-Sep-12
Practice
SANS

Day 5
Sunday
16-Sep-12
1st Four Day Match
SANS
National Cricket Academy Team
Day 6
Monday
17-Sep-12
Day 7
Tuesday
18-Sep-12
Day 8
Wednesday
19-Sep-12
Day 9
Thursday
20-Sep-12
Travel to Dhaka

Day 10
Friday
21-Sep-12
Practice
NCAG

Day 11
Saturday
22-Sep-12
2nd Four Day Match
SBNCS
Bangladesh 'A' Team
Day 12
Sunday
23-Sep-12
Day 13
Monday
24-Sep-12
Day 14
Tuesday
25-Sep-12
Day 15
Wednesday
26-Sep-12
Practice
NCAG

Day 16
Thursday
27-Sep-12
Practice
NCAG

Day 17
Friday
28-Sep-12
1st One Day Match
SBNCS
Bangladesh 'A' Team
Day 18
Saturday
29-Sep-12
Reserve Day
NCAG

Day 19
Sunday
30-Sep-12
2nd One Day Match
SBNCS
Bangladesh 'A' Team
Day 20
Monday
01-Oct-12
Reserve Day
NCAG

Day 21
Tuesday
02-Oct-12
3rd One Day Match
SBNCS
Bangladesh 'A' Team
Day 22
Wednesday
03-Oct-12
Reserve Day
NCAG

Day 23
Thursday
04-Oct-12
1st Twenty20 Match
SBNCS
Bangladesh 'A' Team
Day 24
Friday
05-Oct-12
2nd Twenty20 Match
SBNCS
Bangladesh 'A' Team
Day 25
Saturday
06-Oct-12
Depart from Bangladesh

SANS: Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium, Khulna
SBNCS: Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Dhaka
NCAG: National Cricket Academy Ground, Dhaka
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Old July 22, 2012, 08:55 AM
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Could have had a one day match in Khulna, if they would play the first 4 dayer in Dhaka and then move to Khulna...somehow bcb can't take even these matches nation wide...
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Old July 22, 2012, 01:37 PM
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Could have had a one day match in Khulna, if they would play the first 4 dayer in Dhaka and then move to Khulna...somehow bcb can't take even these matches nation wide...
Travel expenses, player fatigue, time constraint two city travel is good. Another team can travel to Sylhet/dhaka. British teams can have direct flight.
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Old July 22, 2012, 09:01 AM
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Great to know! Finally more matches for the 'A' Team.
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Old July 22, 2012, 11:00 AM
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This is good to hear our plyers who are out of national team have a lot of match. BCB should make the matches play all over the country sothat yong guys all over the country can have watched the match and inspired themselves.
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Old July 22, 2012, 06:45 PM
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this is not the main WI team is it? Well hope not. If it is I want BD main team playing against them.
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Old July 22, 2012, 06:50 PM
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will the match against Bangladesh A carry First Class status?

I hope we select guys like Rabbi, Al Amin, Anamul for the A team and not less heralded players.
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Old July 22, 2012, 08:40 PM
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will the match against Bangladesh A carry First Class status?

I hope we select guys like Rabbi, Al Amin, Anamul for the A team and not less heralded players.
Any matches by academy or hp unit does not get a FC status.
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Old July 22, 2012, 11:20 PM
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Any matches by academy or hp unit does not get a FC status.
Thats what I thought. Anyways...I just hope we play the right personnel for the A team.
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Good news. Time to sort out our pacers...
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Old July 22, 2012, 10:17 PM
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well, looking forward to the series. Id back BD A team to win because the Windies have a strong first XI but anyone outside their first XI arent that great. Guys like thompson, charles, baughh are outclass to the likes of gayle, russel, pollad, bravo
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well, looking forward to the series. Id back BD A team to win because the Windies have a strong first XI but anyone outside their first XI arent that great. Guys like thompson, charles, baughh are outclass to the likes of gayle, russel, pollad, bravo
yes you are correct when you say this, WI can put together quite a good first XI but their bench players are horrible, i think they have a couple of decent pacers coming through but overall their bench strength is shocking.
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yes you are correct when you say this, WI can put together quite a good first XI but their bench players are horrible, i think they have a couple of decent pacers coming through but overall their bench strength is shocking.
Hi bang fans, looking at this statement i can't really agree with it to be honest, the HPC squad are effectively a collection of some of the best youngsters around the region, most have already established themselves in all formats for their countries but the academy offers them extra training and more matches to hone their skills, plus it's run by coaches from English county teams from the likes of Middlesex who worked with Steven Finn, Oign Morgan to name a few,

The group on this tour are the second bunch, the first group was a success and developed the likes of Shannon Gabriel (who just got four wickets vs England in his first test), Kieran Powell (just scored a ton against NZ) and Devon Thomas (who has also played for the WI senior team against Bang at the last world cup),

Many of the other youngsters from that first HPC group are in the A-team that just took India-A apart recently, an India team including senior internationals like Rohit Sharma, Pujara, Tiwary, Saha, Mukund, Rahane and Rahul Sharma amoungst others , HERE is one of the scorecards,

In all honesty i think this second group who'll be playing in this tour are very talented, the Captain is an alrounder named Carlos Brathwaite who has very good stats with both bat and ball and has been hailed as someone who could finally get Sammy out of the senior team, he averages 21 with the ball and 27 with the bat in 13 first class matches, one of those knocks was an 81 not out vs England lions, he also has 50s vs Bang-A already,

Another name to look out for is the Jamaican Sheldon Cotterrell who is a VERY FAST left-arm pacer who a lot of people in the caribbean are excited about, he can swing the ball and is quite aggressive so it will be interesting to see how he does, in the batting department there is Kyle Hope who is very stylish, Keddy Lesporis who is a grinder and has a habit of getting 50s, Jermaine Blackwood who is just getting his big break now after impressing for the Jamaica senior team in the limited games he's played for them and Andre Fletcher who already has an A-team ton vs India under his belt and has played for the WI one day and t20 senior teams already,

There are some other decent pacers too like Jason Dawes who looks a little like Kemar Roach but still a little raw, and Miguel Cummins who is a abit of a mystery right now because he hasn't played a lot for Barbados yet, the left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul who captained the A-team to victory against India has been drafted in late to replace opening batsman Johnson Charles who is with the t20 world cup squad, so he'll provide the spin with a young Trinidad leggy named Yannic Cariah, who got 13 wickets for Trinidad last year in his debut season aged just 19,

All in all i expect it to be a tough series and may the best team win, these games can only benefit both Bang and WI in the long term, i'm confident that our boys can do well but i do still remember the tough time your A-team gave our lads last year in the caribbean, we just about won the four day series when a then unknown Sunil Narine got us over the line by hitting a 40 not out,

Hopefully you guys will be able to give regular updates because i've been told that the west indies Twitter won't be doing live updates i'm afraid!! .
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Hi bang fans, looking at this statement i can't really agree with it to be honest, the HPC squad are effectively a collection of some of the best youngsters around the region, most have already established themselves in all formats for their countries but the academy offers them extra training and more matches to hone their skills, plus it's run by coaches from English county teams from the likes of Middlesex who worked with Steven Finn, Oign Morgan to name a few,

The group on this tour are the second bunch, the first group was a success and developed the likes of Shannon Gabriel (who just got four wickets vs England in his first test), Kieran Powell (just scored a ton against NZ) and Devon Thomas (who has also played for the WI senior team against Bang at the last world cup),

Many of the other youngsters from that first HPC group are in the A-team that just took India-A apart recently, an India team including senior internationals like Rohit Sharma, Pujara, Tiwary, Saha, Mukund, Rahane and Rahul Sharma amoungst others , HERE is one of the scorecards,

In all honesty i think this second group who'll be playing in this tour are very talented, the Captain is an alrounder named Carlos Brathwaite who has very good stats with both bat and ball and has been hailed as someone who could finally get Sammy out of the senior team, he averages 21 with the ball and 27 with the bat in 13 first class matches, one of those knocks was an 81 not out vs England lions, he also has 50s vs Bang-A already,

Another name to look out for is the Jamaican Sheldon Cotterrell who is a VERY FAST left-arm pacer who a lot of people in the caribbean are excited about, he can swing the ball and is quite aggressive so it will be interesting to see how he does, in the batting department there is Kyle Hope who is very stylish, Keddy Lesporis who is a grinder and has a habit of getting 50s, Jermaine Blackwood who is just getting his big break now after impressing for the Jamaica senior team in the limited games he's played for them and Andre Fletcher who already has an A-team ton vs India under his belt and has played for the WI one day and t20 senior teams already,

There are some other decent pacers too like Jason Dawes who looks a little like Kemar Roach but still a little raw, and Miguel Cummins who is a abit of a mystery right now because he hasn't played a lot for Barbados yet, the left-arm spinner Veerasammy Permaul who captained the A-team to victory against India has been drafted in late to replace opening batsman Johnson Charles who is with the t20 world cup squad, so he'll provide the spin with a young Trinidad leggy named Yannic Cariah, who got 13 wickets for Trinidad last year in his debut season aged just 19,

All in all i expect it to be a tough series and may the best team win, these games can only benefit both Bang and WI in the long term, i'm confident that our boys can do well but i do still remember the tough time your A-team gave our lads last year in the caribbean, we just about won the four day series when a then unknown Sunil Narine got us over the line by hitting a 40 not out,

Hopefully you guys will be able to give regular updates because i've been told that the west indies Twitter won't be doing live updates i'm afraid!! .
just for the record i'm not saying there isn't talent, but talent needs to translate into consistent performance, something that is lacking in WI domestic cricket and we are yet to see it at the international level in the last few years (besides the regulars e.g. gayle, chanderpaul, roach etc, although russell is newer and doing great). i've known about carlos brathwaite for awhile and thought he was a really good prospect and heard about cotterrell to. jason holder is also a good prospect. as far as spinners go WI has lots of them atm, and they have good stats but they've got to back them up.

in regards to knocking sammy out of the national team, if andre russell can't do it i don't think anyone can, that guy is as talented as anyone and has been performing.

the problem is in the past the WI team has been incredible, if you were to make an all time team for each test country the WI team would be a strong contender for being the best team. when you have such amazing fast bowling greats and you see whats happened to WI fast bowlers over the last 10 years it's hard to see them getting back to that level atm and when it comes to batting WI has had some giants in walcott, weekes, headley, worrell, lara, chanderpaul, hunte, viv and then you see how recent yonger batting talents have developed.

anyway, to look at WI bench strength just see the team that BD beat in their test series win. like i said, not saying talent isn't there but it has to translate into consistent performance.

but by the sounds of it things are improving and on the up so that's great to here and we are eager to see how this series goes. good luck to both teams.
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just for the record i'm not saying there isn't talent, but talent needs to translate into consistent performance, something that is lacking in WI domestic cricket and we are yet to see it at the international level in the last few years (besides the regulars e.g. gayle, chanderpaul, roach etc, although russell is newer and doing great). i've known about carlos brathwaite for awhile and thought he was a really good prospect and heard about cotterrell to. jason holder is also a good prospect. as far as spinners go WI has lots of them atm, and they have good stats but they've got to back them up.
Again i can't agree, Darren Bravo averages in the 40s at international level, Narine has been a sensation, Rampaul has done well over the past few years and Samuels is coming into his own now, even Deonarine has knuckled down and is looking good, so we're not just relying on the old regulars anymore like you suggested, we've got some serious talent coming through now and it's just a matter of nuturing them the right way, tours like this will only help in that department imo,


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in regards to knocking sammy out of the national team, if andre russell can't do it i don't think anyone can, that guy is as talented as anyone and has been performing.
The problem with Russell is his bowling has gone backwards since he broke through in 2010, it's ok for the limited overs but in test cricket i don't think it's good enough, Brathwaite on the other hand is quicker than BOTH Sammy and Russell, and i firmly believe he has the potential to take wickets at the heighest level, he's also very good with the bat aswell which is the only thing thats keeping Sammy in the side because the coaches want someone to add runs down tail,


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the problem is in the past the WI team has been incredible, if you were to make an all time team for each test country the WI team would be a strong contender for being the best team. when you have such amazing fast bowling greats and you see whats happened to WI fast bowlers over the last 10 years it's hard to see them getting back to that level atm and when it comes to batting WI has had some giants in walcott, weekes, headley, worrell, lara, chanderpaul, hunte, viv and then you see how recent yonger batting talents have developed.
To be fair our 1980s team could be considered to be the greatest test team to have played the game, so the current players are always gonna come up short when compared to them, we've been to the bottom of the gutter over the past ten years thats for sure but right now we see hope in the new youngsters coming through, Darren Bravo, Narine and Powell amoungst others all look very good right now,


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anyway, to look at WI bench strength just see the team that BD beat in their test series win. like i said, not saying talent isn't there but it has to translate into consistent performance.

but by the sounds of it things are improving and on the up so that's great to here and we are eager to see how this series goes. good luck to both teams.
In all fairness that 2009 series isn't relevent NOW, we've moved on since then and to be honest that wasn't even the second best team we could have put on the field, looking at it it was just a mish mash of third rate players and a few talented youngsters, that wouldn't happen now though and our A-team is proof that we've got some damn good reserve to call upon now.

But yeah i'll say it again good luck to both teams, i've always admired the passion of the bang fans and the fact that they turn up to support their team game after game despite results not always going their way!! .

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BCB Release:

Training Camp of A Team Preliminary Squad

The training camp of the preliminary squad of Bangladesh ‘A’ for the series against West Indies High Performance Squad will start from 31 August, 2012. The Following cricketers are requested to report to A Team Head Coach Stuart Barnes at 8:30am on 31 August at the SBNCS, Dhaka :

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Nasir Uddin Faruque
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Arafat Sunny
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Imrul Kayes
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Enamul Hoque Jr.
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Marshal Ayub
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Saqlain Sajib
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Naeem Islam
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Shahadat Hossain
5
Samsur Rahman
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Sk. Robiul Islam
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Farhad Hossain
15
Delwar Hossain
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Rokibul Hassan
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Dollar Mahmud
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Mithun Ali
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Taskin Ahmed
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Shuvogata Hom Chowdhury
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Dhiman Ghosh
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Good to see Taskin in the mix. Hope he makes the final cut.

Where is Al Amin Hossain?

Interesting omissions = Asif Ahmed and Mominul Haque.
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anamul not in A team? no mominul or asif and no al amin or abu jayed.
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I think Asif,Mominul and Anamul will play for Academy against WI HP
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Add Alauddin Babu there.
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^^ Most likely.
And if they do well, can be drafted in the A team.
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Why Anamul will play for Academy team ? He should be in A team if they are not planning to give him national team spot..

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Good to see Taskin being fast tracked like this. Ratul's exclusion comes to me as no surprise. Shouraubh will be in the Academy side for sure as will Shoummo and Liton.
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Clearly Anam/Enam has been promoted to senior duty. His selections in AC and ZIM tri series indicate that. I'd still like him to play for the A/Academy sides still. Maybe he will.

Momin was in the A team and by far the top bat in the India tour, surely he can't be relegated to the Academy side. Perhaps selectors have senior team aspirations for him already also.
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Excellent. We need more tours like this at least 3 a year. Gives an excellent opportunity for youngsters and fringe players.

Also in the 90's we used to have tournament for the A teams. That too could give our guys a lot of experience. Even India plays a 3-4 team tournament- India, India A, India B, India Under 19. The event is well publicized, covered on tv and gives emerging talent excellent opportunity to prove themselves.
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