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Old November 17, 2005, 01:27 PM
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Default Bangladesh HP defeated England by 28 runs

The Bangladesh High Performance (HP) Squad defeated the England Under-19s by 28 runs in the first limited-overs match at the Shaheed Chandu Stadium here on Thursday.

Batting first, the local boys made a modest 219-9 in 50 overs. HP opener Raqibul Hasan hit highest 61 off 81 balls with nine boundaries.

James grabbed three for 17 for the visitors.

The tourists were bundled out for 189 in 47 overs. Moeen Ali top scored with 72 off 83 balls with six boundaries and two sixes.

Mosharaf Hossain bagged five wickets for 39 while Sirajullah and Farhad Reza took two wickets each.

The second match of the five-game series will be played here today.

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Old November 17, 2005, 01:34 PM
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oh nice, nice. didn't know this was coming up. well, this is just the way to do it - make the HP/A/U-19 play as much games as is possible against quality opponents. the Eng U-19 is by no means a walk in the park (in fact it's probably one of the best among the age group teams), and this is definitely something to cheer about
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Old November 17, 2005, 01:36 PM
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Default Match Report and Scorecard

A half-century by Moeen Ali was not enough to prevent England Under 19 suffering a 28-run defeat in the opening game on their tour to Bangladesh.

Ali top-scored with 72 and shared a promising 77-run stand with Rory Hamilton-Brown for the sixth wicket but England then collapsed to 189 all out in reply to the High Performance XIís total of 217 for nine.

The two matches at Bogra against the High Performance squad - the Bangladesh equivalent of a National Academy from a younger age group - are being used as part of the acclimatisatioin period, and there were some good aspects to the performance but also some rusty displays.

The home side made a good start with the bat after winning the toss and looked well placed at 133 for three, but good spells by Aaron Shingler (2-15) and Nicholas James (3-17) restricted them to an attainable target.

England made a shaky start in reply though and were soon wobbling on 34 for four. James and Ali began to turn things round with a 47-run stand before the former fell for 23 and Hamilton-Brown continued the good work to put the visitors in a winning position.

His departure for 35 proved to be the turning point, however, and the last five wickets fell for 31 runs.

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Old November 17, 2005, 01:40 PM
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Default Eng U-19 lost to BD HPS team

Bd high batted first and scored 217/9 (50 ov)
England-U19 189/10(47 ov)
toss won by bd
opener Rakibul 61 (81 balls 4x9)
Shirajull 32
Forhad reza and mahmudullah 21
Nikolas james 17/3
Aron 15/2

Eng-U19 was once 34/4
Moin ALi 72, Carl 35, James 23
Shirajul and Farhad 2 wkts each
MOsharof 39/5
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My Q is this BD HPSquad U-19/above 19?

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Old November 17, 2005, 01:43 PM
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HP unit is not bound by age. this group is relatively young, but there is no rule that they can't be above 19 years old. in fact, bd u19 team is visiting india right now. so, those are more likely to be u23 team or u19-A team!

but good to see they are winning.
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Old November 17, 2005, 01:45 PM
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My Q is this BD HPSquad U-19/above 19?
Definately above 19 with players like Mahmudullah, Nazimuddin, and Farhad Reza.
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Old November 17, 2005, 01:48 PM
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Moderators! Please merge the two threads on identical topic.
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Old November 17, 2005, 02:49 PM
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oh nice, nice. didn't know this was coming up. well, this is just the way to do it - make the HP/A/U-19 play as much games as is possible against quality opponents. the Eng U-19 is by no means a walk in the park (in fact it's probably one of the best among the age group teams), and this is definitely something to cheer about
i agree.
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Old November 17, 2005, 05:08 PM
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Did you guys notice the name of the Stadium?
Why do you we have to name stadium like this?
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Old November 17, 2005, 05:17 PM
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named after a martyr, i believe. this issue was discussed on this board before. yeah, naamkoronta onno karo naame korleo khub ekta oshubidha chilo na
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Old November 17, 2005, 05:43 PM
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Shahid chandu was a martyr of '71. does not matter how old fasioned the name is, we have no reason to change them. we can at least show respect for them.
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Old November 17, 2005, 06:28 PM
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i dont' find anything bad in the name of the stadium and surprised that it is not named after Ziaur Rahman, which was more likely, given the political perspective in BD. We'd like to respect those who secrified their lives for this land.


and about the win, good sign in the beginning indeed. i'd like to see them winning througout. .

Edited on, November 17, 2005, 11:33 PM GMT, by gravitY.

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Old November 17, 2005, 10:52 PM
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according to prothom-alo,dav went to borga to watch the game, and he was impressed.i think the admins are taking a lot more care to nurture these young players than before.this is a good sign.seems like admins are growing some grey matter.
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Why don't they build an international venue in Cox's Bazar? I mean, it will be perfect. Somewhere near the beach and play during the winter seasons when the weather is perfect and the area filled with holiday crowd. Infrastructure is already there. There are numerous hotels and more to come in the future. Airport is there as well. Think BCB, think...
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Old November 17, 2005, 11:22 PM
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Cox's Bazar? After all the row about the quality of the hotels in the other thread? :P
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Old November 18, 2005, 01:41 AM
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Why don't they build an international venue in Cox's Bazar? I mean, it will be perfect. Somewhere near the beach and play during the winter seasons when the weather is perfect and the area filled with holiday crowd. Infrastructure is already there. There are numerous hotels and more to come in the future. Airport is there as well. Think BCB, think...
i really liked your idea..... CB could give it a think..
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Old November 18, 2005, 05:29 AM
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Why don't they build an international venue in Cox's Bazar? I mean, it will be perfect. Somewhere near the beach and play during the winter seasons when the weather is perfect and the area filled with holiday crowd. Infrastructure is already there. There are numerous hotels and more to come in the future. Airport is there as well. Think BCB, think...
I think its a good idea!! Hotels & airport is already there. Would be much better venue than many other proposed.


Moreover we could also got some "Rohinga" spectator as well. Just kidding
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Old November 18, 2005, 05:31 AM
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Did you guys notice the name of the Stadium?
Why do you we have to name stadium like this?
Whats the problem with name of that stadium? Please growup man!
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Old November 18, 2005, 09:38 AM
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Why don't they build an international venue in Cox's Bazar?
They will... when the next 'would-be' prime minister's native district will be Cox's Bazar. Untill then... please wait with patience!
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Old November 18, 2005, 10:22 AM
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Rakibul hasan is another talented left handed batsman if I am not mistaken. McInns regarded him very highly when he was here.
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Old November 18, 2005, 01:00 PM
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Default We won again!

HP squad won the 2nd match by 4 wickets!

News: http://www.ecb.co.uk/england/england-age-group

Scorecard: http://static.ecb.co.uk/files/bangla...nov-18-842.xls

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Old November 18, 2005, 06:50 PM
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when saber hossian was the president of bcb, there was a plan to build a training facility for the national team at cox's bazar.but it faced the ultimate fate like so many other good plans in bd.it would have been there by now only if bongobondhu and zia saw the dream of building a cricket facility in cox's bazar.damn them.there may be a "bhittiprostor" on the proposed site.well,that's a considerable achievement for bd standard.
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