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Old August 2, 2009, 09:33 AM
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Default Bangladesh National Academy tour of South Africa 2009

GP-BCB NCA’s Tour of South Africa: Squad & Itinerary

Following is the GP-BCB National Cricket Academy Squad and the Itinerary for the Tour of South Africa 2009. The Team is scheduled to fly out of Dhaka at 10:30pm tomorrow (Monday, 03 August):

Team:

Sl.
Name
Playing Style
1.
Marshall Ayub (Captain)
Right-handed batsman/Leg-break bowler
2.
Md Mithun (Vice Captain)
Right-handed batsman/Wicketkeeper
3.
Rony Talukdar
Right-handed batsman
4.
Nadimuddin Mintu
Left-handed batsman/Wicketkeeper
5.
Nasir Hossain
Right-handed batsman/Off-break bowler
6.
Shuvagat Hom
Right-handed batsman/Off-break bowler
7.
Farhad Hossain
Right-handed batsman/Off-break bowler
8.
Tanbir Hayder Khan
Leg-break bowler/Right-handed batsman
9.
Saklain Sojib
Slow Left-armer/Left-handed batsman
10.
Sk. Robiul Islam
Right-arm fast medium/Right-handed batsman
11.
Muktar Ali
Right-arm fast medium/Right-handed batsman
12.
Subhashis Roy
Right-arm fast medium/Right-handed batsman
13.
Kazi Kamrul Islam
Left-arm fast medium/Left-handed batsman
14.
Shafiul Islam
Right-arm fast medium/Right-handed batsman

Team Management:

Jahangir Shah Badshah – Team Operations Manager
Ruwan Kalpage – Academy Head Coach
Dr. Debashis Chowdhury – Physio/Fitness Trainer
Emdadul Hoq – Assistant Coach/Computer Analyst

Players on Stand-by:

Emon Ahmed (LFM/LHB), K.M. Shakil (LB/RHB), Hamidul Islam (RHB/WK), Myshekur Rahman (RHB)

Itinerary

Date
Schedule
Venue
04 August
GP-BCB NCA Arrive in Johannesburg


[

07-10 August
First 4-Day Match: GP-BCB NCA v South African Academy
Tukkies1, Pretoria



13-16 August
Second 4-Day Match: GP-BCB NCA v South African Academy
Laudium, Pretoria



19 August
First One-Day Match: GP-BCB NCA v South African Academy
PHSOB, Pretoria



21 August
Second One-Day Match: GP-BCB NCA v South African Academy
Laudium, Pretoria



23 August
Third One-Day Match: GP-BCB NCA v South African Academy
Dobsonville, Johannesburg



25 August
* First Pro20 Match: GP-BCB NCA v South African Academy
Tukkies1, Pretoria

Second Pro20 Match: GP-BCB NCA v South African Academy
Tukkies1, Pretoria



26 August
GP-BCB NCA Depart from Johannesburg


* Morning and Afternoon matches on the same day

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Old August 2, 2009, 09:38 AM
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Great news....really looking forward to it...

btw where is S.Shuvo, Shamur Rahman & Sajedul Islam?
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Old August 2, 2009, 09:47 AM
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Good news. It would have been good for both shuvo but I presume there may be A team series coming up.
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Old August 2, 2009, 09:54 AM
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Excellent. Very pleased with this. Win or Lose, this is the way to go. We need a U-19 coach like McInnes and de Winter now.
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Old August 2, 2009, 10:14 AM
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Great news....really looking forward to it...

btw where is S.Shuvo, Shamur Rahman & Sajedul Islam?
I think they have moved to A team.
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Old August 2, 2009, 10:15 AM
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Farhad Hossain ki amader ager Forhad Hossain.
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Old August 2, 2009, 10:19 AM
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how good is Subhashis Roy? whats his pace like?
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Old August 2, 2009, 10:27 AM
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I am slightly disappointed with the itinerary. There is no practice match to acclimatize to the condition before the first 4 day match. It will be difficult for the boys to perform straightway on a very different surface.
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Old August 2, 2009, 10:29 AM
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I am slightly disappointed with the itinerary. There is no practice match to acclimatize to the condition before the first 4 day match. It will be difficult for the boys to perform straightway in a very difficult condition.
Next time you have a chance to talk to anyone in the development board let them know. They must allow the boys before asking great performances.
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noticeable missing:

1.Najmul hossain milon---never see him in academy or A team, but still people have high expectations about him
2. Najmus sadat
3. Arafat sunny
4.nadif chowdhury--- he seems like gone case
5. talha jubaer
6. sajedul islam
7.ziaur rahman
8.juhurul islam Omi
9. ghazi salahuddin
10. delwar hossain
11.Elias sunny
12. nabil samad
13. saju dutt
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1.



Marshall Ayub (Captain)


2.

Md Mithun (Vice Captain)

Right-handed batsman/Wicketkeeper

3.

Rony Talukdar

Right-handed batsman

4.

Nadimuddin Mintu

Left-handed batsman/Wicketkeeper

5.

Nasir Hossain

Right-handed batsman/Off-break bowler

6.

Shuvagat Hom

Right-handed batsman/Off-break bowler

7.

Farhad Hossain

Right-handed batsman/Off-break bowler

8.

Tanbir Hayder Khan

Leg-break bowler/Right-handed batsman

9.

Saklain Sojib

Slow Left-armer/Left-handed batsman

10.

Sk. Robiul Islam

Right-arm fast medium/Right-handed batsman

11.

Muktar Ali

Right-arm fast medium/Right-handed batsman

12.

Subhashis Roy

Right-arm fast medium/Right-handed batsman

13.

Kazi Kamrul Islam

Left-arm fast medium/Left-handed batsman

14.

Shafiul Islam




never heard this player's name before
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Old August 2, 2009, 10:57 AM
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I had high hopes for Nadif....especially for the ODI format...his hard hitting abilities and fielding skills were the primary causes. Since he is no longer bowling, he needs to bat up the order. Hopefully he works hard and goes back to domestic cricket since he is still quite young.
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i think nadif should join movie industry, he has a good look, easily can fit in there.
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I think academy is for two years. So some of the missing ones have graduated. They get consider for A team. Am I thinking right.
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can someone please clearify. Are this 4 day matches classed as First Class matches?
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can someone please clearify. Are this 4 day matches classed as First Class matches?
Nah.. Academy er game gulo FC status paini
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Six fast bowlers in the squad. This must be our weakest bowling attack as we rely too much on our Spin bowling.
Only notable spinner is Nasir Hussain and Marshall
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Why no Sohrwardi Shuvo, Shamsur Rahman or Sajidul Islam?

I am looking forward to see how Robiul Islam, Subashis Roy, Marshall Ayub, Mithun Ali and Nasir Hossain get along.
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Old August 2, 2009, 11:52 AM
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Actually does BCB have specific list of players who are under academy training? Is it official anything?
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Thank you Miraz bhai fro the news and the thread!
All the best wishes for our Bangladesh Academy team!
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there are quite a few players missing (shuvo, shamsur, sajidul, ziaur, nazmus, milon, delwar, saju datta, talha, nabil samad) but i think they picked a pretty decent squad.

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There was a mention in Prothom-Alo that A-team is getting ready to tour Maharashtra. May be Shuvo, Dollar, Shamsu, etc are kept behind for that tour.
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Old August 2, 2009, 04:56 PM
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My guess is that Saqlain Sajib will be the main spinner of the team, at least for four day matches. He has taken more wickets in last Dhaka premier league than Shuvo (or Nasir) did, so may not be too bad for one-days either.

Sajib's profile - http://www.cricinfo.com/bangladesh/c...er/280737.html
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Old August 2, 2009, 05:08 PM
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been following sajib since i noticed him a year or so ago, he takes a good amount of wickets at a quick rate, good economy.
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‘From this year we have decided not to accept any player in the academy aged above 23. It will help us spot the right talent and hone his skills over a one year period,’ said former cricketer Shakil Kashem, who is in charge of the academy, while announcing the team.

‘The South Africa tour is part of their graduation,’ said Kashem.

http://www.newagebd.com/2009/aug/03/spt.html
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