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Old January 23, 2007, 03:28 PM
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Default First Ever Women Cricket Championship

Good Initiative. Now we definately need ----

*4-5 Day Games
*School/College/Uni/national League - In short more teams
*Age level leagues - U17/U19/U21
*Pacer/Batsmen/spinners hunt
*Games to be held all over the country for encouragement

BCB should know what we need to build up a good national team
Follow the same steps as you follow for men.
Only then, we may see some sparkle.

Women's meet starts on Jan 27
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Dhaka will take on Ansar in the opening match of the first ever women's cricket championship to be held at the Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on January 27.An opening ceremony is also slated to take place on the day.
Apart from the two teams mentioned above, eight other teams are also taking part in the tournament. Ten teams have been split into two groups, with the top two qualifying to the semifinals.
Six venues in all will host matches, with Gulshan Youth and Nobin Shangha grounds hosting the two semifinals.
The final and closing ceremony will also take place at the Mirpur's home of cricket.


Group A -- Dhaka, Chittagong, Khulna, Ansar, Narayanganj.
Group B -- Bhola, Rajshahi, Jahangirnagar University, Bogra, Rangamati.

http://www.thedailystar.net/2007/01/24/d70124040540.htm
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Old January 23, 2007, 03:30 PM
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Thats pretty cool......We're one of the few countries in the top tier that dont have a womens team.
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Old January 24, 2007, 10:54 AM
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Old January 24, 2007, 11:17 AM
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Non-striker batsman (or should I say batswoman??) ki akram khan er related naki?
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Old January 24, 2007, 03:31 PM
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Non-striker batsman (or should I say batswoman??) ki akram khan er related naki?
MashaAllah. Abar jodi kew Boley Bangladesh-e Durbikho Hoi.... just show them the picture.
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Old January 24, 2007, 03:50 PM
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I must say our batswomen in Bangladesh have much better eyesight than their male counterparts since they can very easily locate the red ball eventhough bowlers can bowl with black trousers.
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Old January 25, 2007, 05:53 AM
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Non-striker batsman (or should I say batswoman??) ki akram khan er related naki?
Ahare, khalamma na khaite khaite hukaya gese....
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Old January 26, 2007, 05:00 PM
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"Thuikka Maroo...Fikka Maroo..." Another chucker in making?
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Old January 26, 2007, 05:08 PM
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mohila pacer deye ke laab ase? apnee ke rasel ke replace korar cheshta kortesen, mav bhai
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Old January 26, 2007, 05:31 PM
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Mohila pacer hunt. Tar por Shahadat'er buo hariken diye khujtey hobey na. What nice ads can be made of.
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Old January 26, 2007, 05:46 PM
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"Thuikka Maroo...Fikka Maroo..." Another chucker in making?
looks like she is bending her hand. that's called zerk bowler....
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Old January 26, 2007, 06:43 PM
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jemon korai bowl koruk. fikka maruk ar chuira maruk. let them start. i am sure next year the quality will improve. this is just the beginning.
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Old January 26, 2007, 07:17 PM
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as long as the ball reaches the other end. I dont think any authority will bother with the bowling action, this is the stepping stone and thats all that matters.

I was expecting sth like this a long time back so that we can compete internationally pretty soon. I think India is already dominating the women's cricket world, right?
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Old January 26, 2007, 07:45 PM
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as long as the ball reaches the other end. I dont think any authority will bother with the bowling action, this is the stepping stone and thats all that matters.

I was expecting sth like this a long time back so that we can compete internationally pretty soon. I think India is already dominating the women's cricket world, right?
yeah i think indian and english women are at the top. i think the male indian team got some inspiration from their female counterparts but unfortunately this trick is not working for the english male cricket team.
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We have got lady Akram Khan and some lady Sohaib Akhtar !!!!!
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Old January 26, 2007, 09:39 PM
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"Thuikka Maroo...Fikka Maroo..." Another chucker in making?
Ei mohila cricketerer bowlinger goti ghontay 100 mile.
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Old January 26, 2007, 09:49 PM
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tailai hoise......
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Old January 27, 2007, 05:14 AM
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About Women Cricket In Our country:

"Hati Ghora Gelo Tol
Pipre Ble Koto Jol"

Are Bhai, Polarai Pare Na, Abar Maiyara Lafalafi.....Ahammoki ar kake bole
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Women's cricket will be definitely more lively than men's cricket. Here's an example. Celebration of a wicketfall by Dhaka girls.



In the opening day Dhaka recorded a 34-run win over Ansar and VDP riding on a four-wicket haul by Towhida. Dhaka scored 121 for six in 30 overs. Tajkiar Akter was top scorer with 38 and Papia Haq remained unbeaten on 17.
In reply, Ansar and VDP were bowled out for 87 in 20.4 overs as Towhida and Sajia shared six wickets.

According to Newage, our girls struggled to send the balls to boundar due to lack of strength in wrists. Only two boundary was hit in the entire Dhaka innings.

In other matches Vola district (98/2) defeated JahangirNagar Univ (97) by eight wickets and Khulna (288/5, Irene 105 (70b, 13x4, 4x6) defeated Naryanganj (54) by 234 runs.

Khulna Vs Naryanganj match was plyed in Nabin sangha ground which according to Amar Desh is a small ground.
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...According to Newage, our girls struggled to send the balls to boundar due to lack of strength in wrists. Only two boundary was hit in the entire Dhaka innings.
Is it? Then how Irene blasted a ton 105 off 70 balls?
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Irene blasts first tonSports ReporterIrene Sultana slammed an explosive hundred on the opening day of the first Women's Cricket Championship as Khulna thumped Narayanganj by 234 runs at the Nabin Sangha ground yesterday.In the 30-over-a-side match, Sultana took only 70 balls to rattle 105 as her side piled on 288 for five after winning the toss. In reply, Narayanganj skittled out for only 54 runs, with Alma taking three wickets.After the opening ceremony at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka promptly dispatched Ansar and VDP by 34 runs, thanks mainly to Towhida as she took four for 12.Away at the Jahangirnagar University ground, Bhola outplayed the hosts by eight wickets.
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Old January 27, 2007, 02:44 PM
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Irene blasts first tonSports ReporterIrene Sultana slammed an explosive hundred on the opening day of the first Women's Cricket Championship as Khulna thumped Narayanganj by 234 runs at the Nabin Sangha ground yesterday.

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Is it? Then how Irene blasted a ton 105 off 70 balls?
Hmm... Dhaka vs Ansar VDP was played in Mirpur national Stadium.

I think the Nabin Sangha ground in which Irene blasted the century is quite small. May be the size of the outer 30 yard circle of BNS
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Old January 27, 2007, 02:48 PM
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She hit 13 boundaries and 4 overboundaries. Reports Bangladesher Khela
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Old January 27, 2007, 03:31 PM
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Okay first of all, this is a move that's been delayed by 2 to 4 years. It should've happened a few years ago...but it's better late than never. So I appreciate the organizers' and specially the women's effort into it.

But I guess jokes apart, we all should understand that everything should grow gradually...it's not right to start big, coz in that case there's less competetiveness among the teams, as some of the teams may not be up to the standard. Even if Rita's bowling action is at fault, we need to live with it for the time being, until this inspires other girls at all level to take such an initiative. Until and unless that happens, women's cricket championship has no future...note my words.

Do any of you remember women's basketball championship in Abahoni Indoor stadium? I used to be around that area for coaching...there was a huge crowd (most of which was there for a different reason than watching the game). Although I never watched the matches myself, it sure was such a good feeling that sport was getting its right treatment in the male-dominated society.

So guys, regardless of whether we like their bowling style or not, lets be a little serious and encourage them for their effort. Who knows, a few of these girls may have faced a lot of barriers before participating in such an event (I would be surprised if a majority of them didn't face any barriers). And the worst we can do is laugh at them.

And for those who are talkig about the female version of Akram Khan...mind you, Akram Khan is by far the greatest legend for Bangladesh cricket (yes along with Nannu, and Atahar), and people from other cricketing nations mention Akram Khan whenever they get a chance to...coz they think he was a real hero, a great sportsman, and by far one of the best batsman Bangladesh had at that time. So, if the female Akram Khan really turns out to be one like the male version, I'ld be more happy than anyone else.
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Old January 27, 2007, 08:00 PM
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She hit 13 boundaries and 4 overboundaries. Reports Bangladesher Khela
she is our lady jaysuriya!!!!
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