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Old December 11, 2003, 10:48 AM
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From http://www.bangladesherkhela.com/

11 December 2003

5th National Cricket League

Dhaka vs Barishal

Dhanmondi Cricket Ground, Dhaka

Barishal 1st innings : 193/10, 92.2 overs, (Litu 30, +Shahin 55, Arman 43*, Mahmud 33/2, Rahul 15/2, Rafique 60/4)

Dhaka 1st innings : 302/7, 93 overs (Al Sharier 30, Halim Shah 89*, Mahmud 51, Rahul 62, Sumit 34*; Anisur 27/3, Kamal 60/2)
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Sylhet vs Khulna


Sylhet Stadium, Sylhet

Khulna 1st innings : 160/10, 76.5 Overs (Tushar 43, Razzak 34, Taphosh 22/2, Nayem 45/5, Samad 45/2)

Sylhet 1st innings : 80/10, 50.1 Overs, (Imtiaz 30, Razzak 11/7)

Khulna 2nd innings : 129/8, 48.1 Overs (Raju 48, Nayem 27/2, Sweet 17/2)
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Chitagong vs Rajshahi


Comilla Stadium, Comilla

Rajshahi 1st innings : 234/10, 96.4 Overs (Zahurul 33, Nuruzzaman 39, Shahzada 48, Alamgir 37/3, Arafat 62/7,

Chittagong 1st innings : 191/7, 83 overs, (Anisul 53, Akram Khan 38, Faisal Hossain 21*, Ahsanullah 1*; Saifullah jem 54/4, Shohel Rana 62/2)
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Old December 11, 2003, 12:01 PM
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Its early days still so we shouldn't read too much into the batting failures. Any number of things could be causing them. I wouldnt be surprised if the pitches are under-prepared. Lets see how the season progresses. The key is to improve throughout the season, no point scoring a 100 in the first match and then fading away like a lot of players do.

[Edited on 12-12-2003 by Sham]
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Old December 11, 2003, 04:51 PM
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with Khulna's second innings my cursor covered the one so when i read it i though...WTF IS IN THE PITCH!!!

Who was it that mis-read "Sarwan scores maiden hundred to steer them home at Dhaka?"

Raj bhai?
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Old December 12, 2003, 02:25 PM
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Default Halim Shah

perhaps nazim is the only one who can answer this question, but exactly how old is Halim Shah? he's got to be over 40, and he's still scoring more runs than the rest of these fools combined.
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Old December 12, 2003, 02:33 PM
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Can he be 40+?

I remember back in 88-90, he was known as the lil bro of Nadir Shah, so I am guessing he was 16-18 then. That would make him 30-34 now.

However, his profile says he is 30 now.

http://www-usa.cricket.org/db/PLAYER...SHAH_25017859/
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Old December 12, 2003, 02:47 PM
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17 in 1990? I was going to laugh out loud but maybe I'm getting my Shahs mixed up. Come on Nazim, spill the beans on your cousin....

If he is "only" 30, how is it that Halim Shah has never been in the picture for the A or national teams?
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Old December 12, 2003, 09:45 PM
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Born: 1 January 1973, Dhaka


1st January?? This smacks of cooked records.

I am not saying that he couldn't be born on 1 jan, just that Bangalees are extrememly bad at making up birth records. Just look at our current team...so many of them have december birthdays!!
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Old December 14, 2003, 11:51 AM
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I think Halim Shah and Al Shahriar were pictured along with others on one Kriralok issue as the "future stars".

The pictures of Shahriar Hossain, may be Mehrab Hossain were there too - but during 1997, Halim Shah was one of the good young prospect (if you call 25 years old on paper to be young) for Bangladesh at the time.

Now about today's One Day match - I don't like Dhaka division's loss today and also their win in the 3-day match. They had won against Barisal by a margin of an innings defeat, and yet they could not beat Barisal in a one-day match? Sounds fishy - in the way that our national star players have some serious nerve problems.

Just look at the following:

Naimur Rahman Run Out 43 78 104 8 0
Khaled Mahmud c Shawon b Faisal 10 27 47 2 0
Sajjad Kadir LBW b Mustadir 5 12 23 1 0
Niamur Rahman b Tariqul 26 52 66 0 0
Md. Rafique c Imran b Ali Arman 12 32 33 0 0
Fahim Muntasir b Tariqul 4 6 5 0 0
Saiful Islam Not Out 4 12 6 0 0

Khaled Mahmud and Mohammad Rafique are our most experienced ODI players, if they score only such amount of runs (see above) in the NCL, then how can they even manage to get us a win in the One Day Internationals? That's poor and pathetic. And don't make the pitches an excuse for such poor batting performance. The bowlers are bull-**** - the opposition bowlers are way below standard that they have to play than in ODIs.
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Old December 17, 2003, 08:46 AM
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Akram Khan completed 2000 career runs with his 38 for Chittagong v Rajshahi
division. He is the third Bangaldeshi to reach there. At the end of the match Akram has exactly 2000 runs in 40 matches at 29.85. Bashar took 34 matches and Omar took 41 matches to complete 2000.


Faizal Hossain scored 99* for Chittagong v Rajshahi. This is the second
ever 99, and the first notout; Naimur Rahman being the first.

Yasin Arafat took 7/62 and 2/87 on debut. 7/62 is the best bowling on
debut bettering Hasibul Hossain's 6/143 in Bangladesh's first ever fc match
in 1997/8

Abdur Razzaq's 7/11 for Khulna v Sylhet is the third best bowling for an innings.

Mohammad Rafique had completed his 100 fc wickets in the final test against
England. He was second after Enamul Haque to do so. He now has 105 wickets.
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