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Old May 12, 2015, 03:54 PM
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Arrow 2016 U-19 WC in Bangladesh

The tournament is scheduled to be held in Bangladesh, on January 2016.

Lot of emphasis put on U-19s

With an aim to put up their best possible performance in the Under-19 World Cup next year, the Bangladesh Cricket Board has planned a series of tours for the junior Tigers to prepare them for the mega event.

Bangladesh will be hosting both the Under-19 World Cup and the Asia Cup and the management is hoping that they can bag quite a few accolades in both these events.

"Our best performance in an Under-19 World Cup was back in 2006 when we finished fifth. This time, since it is happening in our country, we can hope to better that performance," said BCB's national manager of Game Development Nazmul Abedin Fahim.

The junior outfit already defeated their South African counterparts, who also happen to be the reigning World Cup holders, 6-1 in the recently concluded youth ODI series. They will now head to South Africa at the end of June to play a seven-match series.

In October Zimbabwe Under-19s are scheduled to arrive and the BCB is likely to host a tri-nation tournament with either Sri Lanka or Pakistan that month. This third team will face Bangladesh later in December.

Apart from that, teams are expected to arrive in Bangladesh weeks before the Under-19 World Cup, scheduled to take place in January 2016.

"The main thing here is to keep the youngsters ready. They will be going through a series of camps before and after every tour. A two-month long camp from July to August has already been planned for them," informed Nazmul.

Even apart from the tours, the BCB is working on recruiting coaches and support staff for the BCB Academy, and the design of the programme will be made as such that the youngsters can take full advantage.
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Old May 12, 2015, 04:17 PM
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Good. Could have been better if we could face Ind or Aus.
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Old May 12, 2015, 05:12 PM
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Zimbabwe under 19 not worth it.Pakistan or Sri lanka are,Australia has a full itinnery,but question have they been asked?
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Good. Could have been better if we could face Ind or Aus.
Pakistan and India team will be our toughest opponents , thus, playing against these two might help us a lot for sure.

Australia - our spinners will take care of them!
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Old May 12, 2015, 05:35 PM
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Good initiatives by BCB - lately, they seems more focused than before...nice to see
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Old May 12, 2015, 09:19 PM
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This should be the last global tournament of the decade for Bangladesh - so I expect a semi finish from the cubs.
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Old May 12, 2015, 10:23 PM
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We always do well preceding the main competition, but somehow choke when it matters.

Wonder who will be coaching this team for WC. Id be worried if its Sarwar Imran.
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Old May 13, 2015, 08:56 AM
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Will the same team be able to play next year? What is the registration cut off date for the tournament? If there is a chance that some of the U19 now won't qualify next year, we should avoid selecting them and send the team to SA that can actually play the WC.
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Old May 13, 2015, 09:21 AM
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As far I know, there are better players eligible for U-19, outside the team that took on SA last month. But they are currently busy taking HSC exam.
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Old May 13, 2015, 09:51 AM
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Players like Munim Shahriar didn't played the tour Vs SA. Although he actually so far didn't do much in under 19s. But very exciting prospect. There are lot of young players I think 4-5 from same city of Mymensingh. I have seen BCB has tried same 20 squad. So they have a plan for under19s. This under19 team lack big hitter. I mean in your day you should score 80 ball 80/70. Not 100 balls 70. I have seen this in last three series of this under19 team. Especially Shanto scores big but with str rate of 60-65. Only Zakir guy can score with good str rate but lack consistency. Munim,Saif and Pinak are openers from same Mymenshing and play in CCS which will play in 1st division coming years. Their performance in 2nd devision was OK. I will look on this three. So far Shanto has done poor in DPL. But batsmans are all too young. I mean around 16 or 17. Comparing that bowlers are comperatively experienced around 18/19. Saifuddin can be our Watson in future. I really like this Saleh Ahmed. Very good off spinner. I hope he is not Sohag Gazi. I heard he can spin the bowl better than others.
Among others Sanjib Saha is OK off spinner.
I really have a big expectation on this guys in 2016 WC. But they are too young as this is new batch many of them yet to turn 17 or just turned 17.
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Old May 13, 2015, 10:16 AM
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^^ Hey Krishna, how about Joyraz Sheikh? Is he attacking or more of a grafter?
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Old May 13, 2015, 10:45 AM
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^^ Hey Krishna, how about Joyraz Sheikh? Is he attacking or more of a grafter?
Joyraz Sheikh is good. He was in 2014 U19 WC too. He is good not exceptional statistically. BCB didn't play him in recent matches. He will be 19 soon. So 2016 U19 WC will be his last U19 WC. I think he plays depending on match situation. But you can lebel him as grafter. Actually as we play in slow tracks our batsmans are basically more of a graffter. But you don't know how are they if you don't see him on field.


Note that stats sometimes can't show you the real picture. Like seeing Anamul in 2012 I thought he is technically beast but proved to be worse than Soumya,Shamsurs.
Whatever best Batsmans in SA series..


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Most runs
PlayerMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR1005004s6s
AD Galiem (SAf19)7712756045.8338571.42030240
Nazmul Hossain Shanto (BD19)7712757345.8345160.97020272
Pinak Ghosh (BD19)7702557636.4235571.83010284
PWA Mulder (SAf19)6602178036.1637158.49020184
R Moonsamy (SAf19)6602126335.3327477.37020241
Mehedi Hasan Miraz (BD19)4401826345.5022680.53030211
Saif Hassan (BD19)7701807025.7130858.44010183
Zakir Hasan (BD19)44112881*42.6614985.90010121
Shafiul Hayet (BD19)6501228324.4016573.9301182
Mohammad Saifuddin (BD19)76212241*30.5012498.3800183
D Foxcroft (SAf19)6601174919.5020257.92001110
K Verreynne (SAf19)6611124722.4020654.3600070
T de Zorzi (SAf19)6601004116.6620648.5400160

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Old May 13, 2015, 11:28 PM
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Best bowlers in recent SA tour..






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Most wickets
PlayerMatInnsOversMdnsRunsWktsBBIAveEconSR45
Saleh Ahmed (BD19)7761.14214135/2516.463.4928.201
Mohammad Saifuddin (BD19)7627.01167115/2715.186.1814.701
Z Abrahams (SAf19)4432.02144106/5814.404.5019.201
Nihaduzzaman (BD19)6654.2419293/2121.333.5336.200
D Foxcroft (SAf19)6658.2422683/4428.253.8743.700
Nazmul Hossain Shanto (BD19)7728.0110972/315.573.8924.000
AD Galiem (SAf19)7750.0025272/3836.005.0442.800
SA Whitehead (SAf19)5545.0712464/2620.662.7545.010
Sanjit Saha (BD19)5546.0214152/2528.203.0655.200
Mosabbek Hossain (BD19)6653.0319052/1938.003.5863.600
BD Glover (SAf19)3321.0111233/4737.335.3342.000
PWA Mulder (SAf19)6632.0214232/3347.334.4364.000
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Players like Munim Shahriar didn't played the tour Vs SA. Although he actually so far didn't do much in under 19s. But very exciting prospect. There are lot of young players I think 4-5 from same city of Mymensingh. I have seen BCB has tried same 20 squad. So they have a plan for under19s. This under19 team lack big hitter. I mean in your day you should score 80 ball 80/70. Not 100 balls 70. I have seen this in last three series of this under19 team. Especially Shanto scores big but with str rate of 60-65. Only Zakir guy can score with good str rate but lack consistency. Munim,Saif and Pinak are openers from same Mymenshing and play in CCS which will play in 1st division coming years. Their performance in 2nd devision was OK. I will look on this three. So far Shanto has done poor in DPL. But batsmans are all too young. I mean around 16 or 17. Comparing that bowlers are comperatively experienced around 18/19. Saifuddin can be our Watson in future. I really like this Saleh Ahmed. Very good off spinner. I hope he is not Sohag Gazi. I heard he can spin the bowl better than others.
Among others Sanjib Saha is OK off spinner.
I really have a big expectation on this guys in 2016 WC. But they are too young as this is new batch many of them yet to turn 17 or just turned 17.

Is saleh a right arm offie?

Cricinfo said he was a leggie and now SLA.
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Is saleh a right arm offie?

Cricinfo said he was a leggie and now SLA.
Yes I too noticed this change during the SA series.
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Old May 14, 2015, 05:03 AM
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Is saleh a right arm offie?

Cricinfo said he was a leggie and now SLA.
I actually messed it up. He's full name is Saleh Ahmed Shawon Gazi. There was Saon Gazi once played as a offie in BD U18/16 tigers tournament back in 2013/14. There he was offie.
I think that guy was another person. This guy Saleh Ahmed Shawon Gazi. He was Leggi in SRI tour. And now suddenly described as SLA in cricinfo.
So stats and description of players many times happen to be misleading. We don't know anything about them before they come into the mainstream. You just have to rely on predictions and stats.
Only Coaches and team management knows them most. Sometimes a guy averaging 30 is better than guy who averages 50. That's why I don't give full surety to any promising player unless we see them on field.

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Saif Uddin is very talented. Look https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjQm...layer_embedded
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I actually messed it up. He's full name is Saleh Ahmed Shawon Gazi. There was Saon Gazi once played as a offie in BD U18/16 tigers tournament back in 2013/14. There he was offie.
I think that guy was another person. This guy Saleh Ahmed Shawon Gazi. He was Leggi in SRI tour. And now suddenly described as SLA in cricinfo.
So stats and description of players many times happen to be misleading. We don't know anything about them before they come into the mainstream. You just have to rely on predictions and stats.
Only Coaches and team management knows them most. Sometimes a guy averaging 30 is better than guy who averages 50. That's why I don't give full surety to any promising player unless we see them on field.
I disagree. I think both are same person.
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Saif Uddin is very talented. Look https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kjQm...layer_embedded
This is what I said in another thread.

Watch out for Saif Uddin. Primarily a seam All rounder. It's very rare to see seam AR in BD so definitely one to keep your eye on.



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I actually messed it up. He's full name is Saleh Ahmed Shawon Gazi. There was Saon Gazi once played as a offie in BD U18/16 tigers tournament back in 2013/14. There he was offie.
I think that guy was another person. This guy Saleh Ahmed Shawon Gazi. He was Leggi in SRI tour. And now suddenly described as SLA in cricinfo.
So stats and description of players many times happen to be misleading. We don't know anything about them before they come into the mainstream. You just have to rely on predictions and stats.
Only Coaches and team management knows them most. Sometimes a guy averaging 30 is better than guy who averages 50. That's why I don't give full surety to any promising player unless we see them on field.
Nvm. Thought you know players outside Internet but not to be...
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Nvm. Thought you know players outside Internet but not to be...
Oh..I am just cricfan. That's it. LOL
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Okay some interesting fact.

Saleh Ahmed, previously known as Showan Gazi is the younger brother of Sohag Gazi.


So far his bowling u19 level has been phenomenal and I hope he can keep up with it and not a chucker..

And he is an offie. Not a leggie nor a SLA as crapinfo reported on his profile page.
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Leggie or Offie? What a mystery!

Winning the toss, the Proteas’ youth team batted first and were restricted to 171 for 9 in their stipulated 50 overs against devastating bowling by local leg-break bowler Saleh Ahmed (Shawon Gazi).

Saleh Ahmed (Shawon Gazi), a leg break bowler of Old DOHS SC, performed his career best bowling to grab six wickets for 17 runs in his 10-over spell with two maidens.

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Leggie or Offie? What a mystery!

Winning the toss, the Proteas’ youth team batted first and were restricted to 171 for 9 in their stipulated 50 overs against devastating bowling by local leg-break bowler Saleh Ahmed (Shawon Gazi).

Saleh Ahmed (Shawon Gazi), a leg break bowler of Old DOHS SC, performed his career best bowling to grab six wickets for 17 runs in his 10-over spell with two maidens.

http://www.bdchronicle.com/detail/news/32/16665

This is wrong. He is an offie 100% and younger brother of Sohag Gazi
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Bit of brotherly competition could make things interesting.
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