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Old February 18, 2006, 06:35 AM
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Excellent end to an utter let down of a tournament.

Cricinfo appear not to have put up the scoreboard yet, I'm quite keen to see it.
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Old February 18, 2006, 06:35 AM
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Mehrab is the MOM.
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Old February 18, 2006, 06:38 AM
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Excellent end to an utter let down of a tournament.

Cricinfo appear not to have put up the scoreboard yet, I'm quite keen to see it.
Here is the final scorecard
Final Scorecard
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Old February 18, 2006, 06:39 AM
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ICC Under-19 World Cup, 2005-06
Bangladesh Under-19s v Sri Lanka Under-19s
Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo
18 February 2006 (50-over match)

Result: Bangladesh Under-19s 98 runs

Toss: Sri Lanka Under-19s
Umpires: R Dill (Bermuda) and BR Doctrove (WI)
Man of the Match: Mehrab Hossain jnr


Bangladesh Under-19s innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4 6
Mehdi Hasan b Karunanayake 21 29 20 3 1
Raqibul Hasan c Gunasinghe b NLTC Perera 11 36 22 1 0
Sirajullah Khadim c Fernando b Karunanayake 9 22 10 2 0
Saqibul Hasan c Priyanjan b Weerasinghe 67 90 63 8 0
Shamsur Rahman run out (Cooray/de Zoysa) 35 59 38 4 0
Mehrab Hossain jnr not out 66 96 80 5 1
*+Mushfiqur Rahim b Pathirana 7 25 21 0 0
Suhrawadi Shuvo c Silva b Karunanayake 42 11 40 3 1
Ishraq Sonet c Karunaratne b Karunanayake 0 2 1 0 0
Dolar Mahmud not out 3 7 5 0 0
Extras (b 1, lb 7, w 9) 17
Total (8 wickets, 50 overs, 211 mins) 278

DNB: Nabil Samad.

FoW: 1-36 (Mehdi Hasan, 6.3 ov), 2-46 (Raqibul Hasan, 7.3 ov),
3-66 (Sirajullah Khadim, 10.2 ov), 4-151 (Shamsur Rahman, 23.4 ov),
5-172 (Saqibul Hasan, 27.4 ov), 6-189 (Mushfiqur Rahim, 33.6 ov),
7-269 (Suhrawadi Shuvo, 47.4 ov), 8-270 (Ishraq Sonet, 47.6 ov).

Bowling O M R W
Gunasinghe 5 0 32 0 (1w)
NLTC Perera 10 1 50 1 (4w)
Karunanayake 10 0 63 4
Weerasinghe 10 0 43 1
Pushpakumara 5 0 21 0
Pathirana 10 1 61 1

Sri Lanka Under-19s innings (target: 279 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4 6
FDM Karunaratne c Mushfiqur Rahim b Dolar Mahmud 17 32 25 3 0
*+RSSS de Zoysa run out (Dolar Mahmud) 0 2 1 0 0
SMA Priyanjan c Mehrab Hossain jnr b Nabil Samad 26 50 34 5 0
SH Fernando c Nabil Samad b Saqibul Hasan 21 50 38 2 0
PDMA Cooray c Dolar Mahmud b Mehrab Hossain jnr 58 105 81 6 1
KPSP Karunanayake b Suhrawadi Shuvo 1 11 13 0 0
ARS Silva b Rezaul Islam 8 15 19 1 0
SS Pathirana c Shamsur Rahman b Suhrawadi Shuvo 3 7 9 0 0
NLTC Perera c Mushfiqur Rahim b Rezaul Islam 6 15 10 0 0
PM Pushpakumara not out 21 35 35 3 0
DRF Weerasinghe c Dolar Mahmud b Mehrab Hossain jnr 2 11 11 0 0
Extras (lb 7, w 3, nb 7) 17
Total (all out, 44.5 overs, 171 mins) 180

FoW: 1-2 (de Zoysa, 0.5 ov), 2-35 (Karunaratne, 6.4 ov),
3-63 (Priyanjan, 11.3 ov), 4-100 (Fernando, 20.2 ov),
5-109 (Karunanayake, 23.4 ov), 6-120 (Silva, 28.3 ov),
7-124 (Pathirana, 29.6 ov), 8-143 (NLTC Perera, 34.6 ov),
9-170 (Cooray, 40.5 ov), 10-180 (Weerasinghe, 44.5 ov).

Bowling O M R W
Dolar Mahmud 5 0 22 1 (3nb, 2w)
Sirajullah Khadim 2 0 17 0 (1nb)
Ishraq Sonet 1 0 6 0
Nabil Samad 9 1 29 1
Saqibul Hasan 8 1 34 1 (1w)
Suhrawadi Shuvo 10 1 21 2
Rezaul Islam 7 0 31 2 (3nb)
Mehrab Hossain jnr 2.5 0 13 2

Bangladesh Under-19s full substitute: Rezaul Islam (Raqibul Hasan,
Sri Lanka Under-19s innings, 0.0 ov).

Sri Lanka Under-19s full substitute: PM Pushpakumara (C Gunasinghe,
Bangladesh Under-19s innings, 15.0 ov).
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Old February 18, 2006, 06:40 AM
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Cheers guys.
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Old February 18, 2006, 06:44 AM
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the u-19 middle-order and bowling is terrific. No team could have survived with such a brittle top order. Tamim would have done better when the ball was old and didn't move. i don't understand mehrab opens for City club (last year) and for Dhaka in the NCL.He has a 202 openning partnership with Shariar Nafees for Ban A against an English county team. Why was he sent so low? Mushfique is so solid why was he near the tail end? I think the batting order of Sakib, Mehrab, Mushfique,Shamsur, Rakib, Tamim, Shuvo could have stemmed the habitual top order collapse. Tamim could have played is blistering innings at the end. Any comments?
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Old February 18, 2006, 06:45 AM
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Congrates to Nepales also, they won the plate beating NZ by one wicket
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Old February 18, 2006, 06:48 AM
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At least......We only Lost only one game in the tournament.....What a Fluke Made By England.........!!!

but congratulation BD 19

one more thing.............IS MUSHFIQR RAHIM STILL THE TOP PLAYER OF THE SERIES??? WANTED TO KNOW THAT.......
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Old February 18, 2006, 07:03 AM
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I still think BD was the top team in the tournament. Just one bad day and look what that did to us !
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Old February 18, 2006, 07:35 AM
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Mehrab is now the top player in the series
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Old February 18, 2006, 08:29 AM
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See with one loss, we end up being 5th, and pakistan can be champion with one loss. so, thats what I want, pak to be champion. we can say, we have beaten the champs regularly..... he he he twice

another important thing is that on the next WC we'll be in a easy group, not one with 3 test teams.
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Old February 18, 2006, 09:30 AM
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match report from icc-cricket
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ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup Sri Lanka 2006

Hosts sign off with limp loss

Brian Murgatroyd

February 18, 2006

Bangladesh 278-8 (50 overs, Sakib Al Hasan 67, Mehrab Hossain 66 not out); Sri Lanka 180 (44.5 overs, D.Cooray 58). Bangladesh won by 98 runs.

Hosts Sri Lanka signed off from the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup with a limp defeat to Bangladesh in the Super League play-off final on Saturday.

The Tigers reached 278-8, their highest total of the tournament, after being put into bat and then dismissed their opponents for 180 in 44.5 overs.

It meant Bangladesh finished as the fifth-ranked side of the 16 teams on show, their best-ever result in this competition.

Bangladesh's innings was one of fits and starts. They adopted an aggressive approach right from the start but lost early wickets because of it and slipped to 66-3 as Shalika Karunanayake (4-63) and Thisara Perera (1-50) removed Mehedi Hasan Siddiqui (21), Roqibul Hassan (11) and Sirajullah Khadem (9).

But that brought together Sakib Al Hasan (67) and Md.Shamsur Rahman (35) and they launched the first of the recoveries for Bangladesh.

The duo added 85 for the fourth wicket in quick time with Sakib playing very aggressively, scoring his runs from just 43 balls with eight fours while Shamsur's 35 came from just 39 balls with four fours.

The pair carried Bangladesh along at more than six runs an over and a total well in excess of 300 looked possible until Shamsur was run out and that was the cue for Sri Lanka to fight their way back into the game.

With Rajeewa Weerasinghe (1-43) bowling impressively the visitors slipped again until Mehrab Hossain (66 not out) and Md Sohrawardi (42) joined forces for another aggressive partnership.

The pairing added 80 for the seventh wicket with Mehrab hitting five fours and a six from 81 balls while Sohrawardi scored his runs from just 40 deliveries, hitting three fours and a six. It was entertaining batting.

The other bowlers used by Sri Lanka were Chathupama Gunasinghe (0-32), Malinga Pushpakumara (0-21) and Sachith Pathirana (1-61).

Sri Lanka had chased 257 to beat Zimbabwe but they never looked likely to do something similar in this match. They lost wickets at regular intervals and only Dilhan Cooray, one of their most consistent performers with the bat in this tournament, passed 30.

Cooray made 58 from 81 balls with six fours and a six but without support it was a hopeless task for him to try and lead the run chase.

Bangladesh used eight bowlers with Sohrawardi (2-21), Rezaul Islam (2-31), Mehrab Hossain (2-13) all among the wickets.

Other successful bowlers were seamer Dollar Mahmud (1-22), Nabil Samad Chowdhury (1-29) and Sakib Al Hasan (1-34) as spin once again played a key role in securing the win for the Tigers.

Bangladesh coach Allister de Winter said after the match: "This was as good as we could hope for in the circumstances and it was pleasing the way the boys bounced back after the disappointment of the loss to England.

"We tried a different strategy at the top of the order and then consolidated through the middle of the innings and we were always confident we could get a good total as we bat right down to number 10.

"278 was always going to be a hard target for them with the wicket slowing up and our fielding was outstanding.

"This will mean a lot to the community back home as we have beaten two more Test teams after losing in the quarter-finals and it shows we are competitive.

"We have got a special group of players here and we would like to keep them together for as long as possible and we hope to do that thanks to the excellent support we are getting from the cricket board back home."

Sri Lanka coach Sumithra Waranakulasuriya was not quite as upbeat in his assessment of his players when he said: "It is very disappointed the way we lost, that we could not perform to the level expected.

"We should have had enough quality to put on a good show but we are very inconsistent and seem to have been like this for a long time.

"I hope the players have learnt something from the tournament. At times, like against Zimbabwe, you see them and think they have but there is no consistency there at the moment."

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Old February 18, 2006, 10:18 AM
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The super league should not have been a knockout.

BD was the best team in the meet. We should have played in the final. Just look at the Paki's, they get rolled over by us and still end up playing in the final.

I disagree with the tournament formet.

BCB should now start thinking of organising a tri-nation U19 tournament with INDIA & Pakistan. To prove England was the greatest fluke ever.
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Old February 18, 2006, 10:42 AM
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The super league should not have been a knockout.

BD was the best team in the meet. We should have played in the final. Just look at the Paki's, they get rolled over by us and still end up playing in the final.

I disagree with the tournament formet.

BCB should now start thinking of organising a tri-nation U19 tournament with INDIA & Pakistan. To prove England was the greatest fluke ever.
I totally agree
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Old February 18, 2006, 10:42 AM
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another important thing is that on the next WC we'll be in a easy group, not one with 3 test teams.
Hopefully we will be seeded with England. Surely they will be seeded 4 and usually they gets the easiest seed.
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Old February 18, 2006, 10:50 AM
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We lost the game against England because of over-confidence. Prior to that our top-order repeatedly failed. They showed no aptitude towards learning from the past mistakes. Hopefully, this is not indicative of future BD battings!

Nevertheless, congrats and all the best to the boys for finishing the tourney in an winning note!

In this tourney, Mushfiq, Mehrab, Nabil was quite impressive. Shamsur and Shuvo did well. Sakib did well with the ball but with bat could not do justice to himself. He has to learn to pace his innings better and not give his wicket away cheaply while trying to be over aggresive. His brilliant knock of today is what we expect from him regularly. In saqib, we have a precious gem which needs to be polished and groomed with utmost care!

Tamim just had a poor tourney and above mentioned observations on Saqib equally applies to him. I thought Dolar didn't do too bad either. We really do have some precious gems here! We just have to ensure a smooth transition for them to the next level.
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Old February 18, 2006, 10:53 AM
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এক হারই কাল হোল
না হলে বাঘের বাচচারা যা খেললো
তার জবাব হয় না



This is the best ever FINISH for U-19.So Hats off
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Old February 18, 2006, 02:13 PM
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hmmm...i guess we're just too good for anyone ATM (except for india, maybe - but we'll never know)...i wish we hadn't had a bad day against england; the indians had it easy this time
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Old February 18, 2006, 04:46 PM
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Yeh invite India and Pakistan......might be a tougher tournament than this World Cup for us. But at home.....we'd be strong and hopefully have an on-fire Tamim Iqbal.
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Old February 18, 2006, 07:03 PM
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well lets hope the young cubs haven't satisfied their huner and will continue to play cricket in this form. they have a bright future ahead of them and we have huge expectations from them when some of them will enter the International scene.
Lets hope these very few brave young lads can turn things around for our country and the bring glory to our cricket team.
I don't see why we cannot win against at least 2 international teams consistently and carry out some surprises on others on a regular basis.
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