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Old April 4, 2007, 02:51 PM
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All-rounder Nazmul Hossain Milon established once more that he is an incredible talent after he brought back Dhaka from the dead with a brilliant 144 in the title-deciding Ispahani Mirzapore Tea 8th National Cricket League match against Rajshahi at the Dhanmondi Cricket Stadium yesterday.
Chasing 300 to make it a double after having clinched the first-class competition, Dhaka made it to their target in the final ball of the innings when useful tail-ender Rashedul Islam struck the winning boundary off Rajshahi paceman Delwar Hossain.

But it was Milon, struggling from back cramps throughout his two-hour knock, who instigated this impossible comeback after seeing Rajshahi pile 299 for nine in their stipulated 50 overs. Having won the toss, Rajshahi captain Khaled Mashud, back from Sri Lanka after having suffered a back injury mid-way through the tour, chose to bat first.
Coming into bat when all was lost for Dhaka having been reduced to 6 for 90, Milon saw wicketkeeper-batsman Sajjad Kadir being dismissed at 112 in 23.5 overs. But without losing heart, Milon went for his customary all-out attack on the Rajshahi bowlers. Occasional spinner Nayeem Islam bore the brunt of his assault, as Milon launched him several times over the long-on fence for massive sixes. Three of the sixes, slammed into the indoor basketball stadium while one of them actually cleared the roof off seamer Mushfiqur Rahman. The ball was never found as regular visitors to the ground confessed that they have never seen witnessed such hitting.

But he took time to settle as he reached his half-century in 56 balls. By then, Rashedul played the perfect foil stroking the ball into gaps and working on the singles. Milon took only 20 balls to score another 50 runs as he reached his century with Dhaka, for the first time in the match, sensing victory. While scoring his last 44 runs, Milon only took 12 balls during which time he went berserk, hitting another boundary and three more sixes. He was finally dismissed when substitute fielder Mohammad Shahjada took a steepler at the boundary off left-armer Saqlain Sajib. Milon toyed with the Rajshahi seamers as well the spinners. He ended with 144 off 89 balls. He struck nine massive sixes and eleven fours.

Needing only 7 off the final over, Rashedul and number 11 Mohammad Shukran held their nerve with Rashedul finishing it off in style. The young left-arm spinner Rashedul, who played for Kalabagan in the premier league this season, struck 35 cool runs off 74 balls. He shared a vital partnership of 174 runs for the eighth wicket with Milon.

Rajshahi fielders were beset by shock after having reduced Dhaka to certain defeat only 90 minutes before.

Earlier, Rajshahi ruled the roost as they rode on half-centuries from Rafiqul Islam (59) and Nayeem Islam (67) but it was a Kamrul Hasan's (48 off 36 balls) late-order flurry that took Rajshahi towards the big score. Nazmul took the first wicket of Lalmohon Hossain in the morning.
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Old April 4, 2007, 02:55 PM
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Highest scorers in NCL One-Day league-

Dhiman Ghosh - 324, Alok Kapali - 294, Anisur Rahaman - 280, Raqibul Hasan - 267, Mahbubul Karim - 261,
Asadullah Khan - 253, Junaid Siddique - 237, Ehsanul Haque - 235, Anwar Hossain - 232, Nazmul Hossain - 225.

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Old April 4, 2007, 03:19 PM
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Highest scorers in NCL One-Day league-

Dhiman Ghosh - 324, Alok Kapali - 294, Anisur Rahaman - 280, Raqibul Hasan - 267, Mahbubul Karim - 261,
Asadullah Khan - 253, Junaid Siddique - 237, Ehsanul Haque - 235, Anwar Hossain - 232, Nazmul Hossain - 225.
so Kapali is getting back into form, and establishing himself as a batsman.. nice to see his improvement..we need these guys for the future. I wonder why kapali was not with the A team?
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Old April 4, 2007, 03:34 PM
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I wonder why kapali was not with the A team?
May be because there was no selector to watch him playing in NCL. Both Faruque and Athahar are in WI now, and Prince is with the touring A-team.
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Old April 9, 2007, 05:18 AM
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All-rounder Nazmul Hossain Milon established once more that he is an incredible talent after he brought back Dhaka from the dead with a brilliant 144 in the title-deciding Ispahani Mirzapore Tea 8th National Cricket League match against Rajshahi at the Dhanmondi Cricket Stadium yesterday.
Chasing 300 to make it a double after having clinched the first-class competition, Dhaka made it to their target in the final ball of the innings when useful tail-ender Rashedul Islam struck the winning boundary off Rajshahi paceman Delwar Hossain.

But it was Milon, struggling from back cramps throughout his two-hour knock, who instigated this impossible comeback after seeing Rajshahi pile 299 for nine in their stipulated 50 overs. Having won the toss, Rajshahi captain Khaled Mashud, back from Sri Lanka after having suffered a back injury mid-way through the tour, chose to bat first.
Coming into bat when all was lost for Dhaka having been reduced to 6 for 90, Milon saw wicketkeeper-batsman Sajjad Kadir being dismissed at 112 in 23.5 overs. But without losing heart, Milon went for his customary all-out attack on the Rajshahi bowlers. Occasional spinner Nayeem Islam bore the brunt of his assault, as Milon launched him several times over the long-on fence for massive sixes. Three of the sixes, slammed into the indoor basketball stadium while one of them actually cleared the roof off seamer Mushfiqur Rahman. The ball was never found as regular visitors to the ground confessed that they have never seen witnessed such hitting.

But he took time to settle as he reached his half-century in 56 balls. By then, Rashedul played the perfect foil stroking the ball into gaps and working on the singles. Milon took only 20 balls to score another 50 runs as he reached his century with Dhaka, for the first time in the match, sensing victory. While scoring his last 44 runs, Milon only took 12 balls during which time he went berserk, hitting another boundary and three more sixes. He was finally dismissed when substitute fielder Mohammad Shahjada took a steepler at the boundary off left-armer Saqlain Sajib. Milon toyed with the Rajshahi seamers as well the spinners. He ended with 144 off 89 balls. He struck nine massive sixes and eleven fours.

Needing only 7 off the final over, Rashedul and number 11 Mohammad Shukran held their nerve with Rashedul finishing it off in style. The young left-arm spinner Rashedul, who played for Kalabagan in the premier league this season, struck 35 cool runs off 74 balls. He shared a vital partnership of 174 runs for the eighth wicket with Milon.

Rajshahi fielders were beset by shock after having reduced Dhaka to certain defeat only 90 minutes before.

Earlier, Rajshahi ruled the roost as they rode on half-centuries from Rafiqul Islam (59) and Nayeem Islam (67) but it was a Kamrul Hasan's (48 off 36 balls) late-order flurry that took Rajshahi towards the big score. Nazmul took the first wicket of Lalmohon Hossain in the morning.
Is this the same Nazmul Hossain who made his test debut a couple of years ago and played in the recent series A team series against Sri Lanka? If so, why was he batting at 9 during that series?
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Old April 9, 2007, 09:13 AM
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Is this the same Nazmul Hossain who made his test debut a couple of years ago and played in the recent series A team series against Sri Lanka? If so, why was he batting at 9 during that series?
No its not the same Nazmul.
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Old April 9, 2007, 09:57 AM
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His last 94 runs came off 32 balls according to that report. Mindblowing.
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Old July 15, 2007, 09:21 AM
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Default Mirzapore - 4 day league

Does anyone know who is Gazi Salahuddin [ Chittagong ] ?

2 100's and 5 50's.
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Old July 15, 2007, 09:24 AM
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Moderators please merge this thread with our original National Cricket League thread.

http://www.banglacricket.com/alochon...Cricket+League
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Old July 15, 2007, 09:52 AM
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Season MatchesInnsNot OutRunsHSAve10050CtSt
2003-04(Bangladesh)59026771 29.66 036
2004-05(Bangladesh)7100220119 22.00 115
2005-06(Bangladesh)8150628115 41.86 147
2006-07(Bangladesh)10190807165 42.47 258

http://www.cricketarchive.com/Archiv...324/62324.html

Looks like he's made a pretty steep improvement, whoever he is.
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Old July 15, 2007, 12:41 PM
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This could be a sticky till the league ends.
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