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Old November 23, 2009, 02:26 PM
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how about they will claim Ranatunga called them today and saying tournament will start after EID!! j/k
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Old November 24, 2009, 11:48 AM
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Yes, They would definitely feel home sick.
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soumya sarker in the team,he is a good performer in the DPL. who is out then?

still nasir hossain is not part of under 19, surprise. how about tapash ghosh--heard he is a good bowler.
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Old November 24, 2009, 05:41 PM
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still nasir hossain is not part of under 19, surprise. how about tapash ghosh--heard he is a good bowler.
I think it's pretty obvious by now that those two (as well as Ariful Haque) are age cheaters and won't be considered for the U/19 team.

Sumaya Sharkar's performances are less spectacular than performances of above three mentioned, but he still got in, other three did not. There is no other explanation why so.
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Old November 24, 2009, 08:45 PM
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From http://www.thedailystar.net/newDesig...php?nid=115431
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"I am satisfied with the progress of the team. We have achieved seventy percent and hope the rest will be achieved during the tri-nation competition. Our bowling and fielding is ok but still we have to maker some improvement in our batting, specially we need consistency in the middle order," opined head coach Minhazul Abedin before the departure of the team last night.

“I should say that our preparations for the World Cup is on right track. We have continued to gel as a unit. The team is more balanced right now. The key is to keep winning games which would put us in a very confident frame of mind when we play the World Cup. Nothing boosts confidence more than winning,” said captain Mahmudul Hasan while speaking at a press conference at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur yesterday.

The all-rounder also believes that the tri-series gives them a chance to look into their World Cup opponents Pakistan. “We are in a tough group with two Test playing nations (Pakistan and the West Indies) and we also have Papua New Guinea. Pakistan, as we have heard are also in fine form and have recently defeated Zimbabwe 4-1. In Sri Lanka, we'll get an idea about their strength which could be quite significant.”

Question was raised whether too much cricket may backfire in the tournament proper as Bangladesh Under 19 teams have always performed well in the lead up to World Cups but have never made it to the last four in the main tournament, and some believe the reason is the fatigue from playing excessive number of matches while preparing.

“We have been very careful with our scheduling so that fatigue doesn't set in. You will notice that we are not playing too many games within a short period of time. The boys are getting sufficient rest,” said team manager and age group selector Sajjad Ahmed.

He said that the boys will get enough break after the tri-nation tournament as they are scheduled to fly for New Zealand on January 5.
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I just want the kids to demolish the Pakis...
Pakistan is not sending a strong team. Thus, it is imperative that we beat them...
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Yeap, kill the pakis and win the cup. They should be korbanified.
Too bad if the Lankans comes in between.
Kill 'em too.

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Old November 25, 2009, 01:01 PM
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I think it's pretty obvious by now that those two (as well as Ariful Haque) are age cheaters and won't be considered for the U/19 team.

Sumaya Sharkar's performances are less spectacular than performances of above three mentioned, but he still got in, other three did not. There is no other explanation why so.
Yeah. Nasir Hossain definetely looks over-age. If that is the case kudos to the BCB for following the rules and not selecting him for U19 matches.
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Old November 25, 2009, 01:06 PM
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pakistan is not sending a strong team. Thus, it is imperative that we beat them...
সাইজ করে হাতে ধরিয়ে দিবোনে...।
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Old November 25, 2009, 04:34 PM
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SL U-19 team named for Tri-nation tournament

The Junior National Selectors have chosen Maduka Liyanapathirana (Lumbini), Yasodha Lanka (Richmond), Sanitha De Mel (St. Sebastian’s) and Akila Jayasundara (Trinity) along with 11 other players who toured Australia a month ago for the Under-19 Tri-nation cricket tournament.

The 16 member team, approved by the Ministry of Sports includes 11 players who took part in the five match Youth ODI series down under and the above five players who were in the 30 member Under-19 World Cup pool.

The Ti-nation tournament involving Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Pakistan will commence with the touring teams meeting in the curtain-raiser at Pallekele, on Sunday.

St. Peter’s College all rounder Chathura Peiris will lead the side and he is also the bowling spearhead of the team.

The selectors have retained Chathura Peiris, Bhanuka Rajapakse, Udara Jayasundara, Kithruwan Vithanage, Romesh Buddhika, Adeeesha Nanayakkara, Nipun Karunanayake, Danushka Gunathilaka, Charith Jayampathi, Saranga Rajaguru, Andry Berenger and Rushan Jaleel, who were part of the series winning team in Australia.

From the team that won the five match series 3-2 down under, the selectors have dropped Lahiru Jayaratne, Akshu Fernando, Denuwan Rajakaruna and Kasun Madusanka.

The 16 member squad has been selected for the first two matches and a new squad will be selected for the next two matches, Sunil Wickramanayake, the Chairman of the Junior Selection Committee told ‘The Island’.

Meanwhile, the rest of the players in the Sri Lanka Under-19 World Cup pool will get an opportunity to play against the touring teams in two practice matches to be played in Kandy, on Friday.

The squad for the first two matches:
Chathura Peiris(Captain), Bhanuka Rajapakse, Udara Jayasundara, Nipun Karunanayake, Kithruwan Vithanage, Romesh Buddhika, Adeeesha Nanayakkara, Danushka Gunathilaka, Charith Jayampathi, Saranga Rajaguru, Maduka Liyanapathirana, Andry Berenger, Yasodha Lanka, Sanitha De Mel, Rushan Jaleel and Akila Jayasundara.

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The first match is tomorrow against Pakistan. Good luck Tigers!
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Old November 26, 2009, 02:28 PM
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Any possibility of watching these matches live ?
no chance mate...even sometimes we cant even find links for our senior team matches
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Old November 26, 2009, 07:13 PM
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A related news -

Khan wants Windies U-19 to improve thinking


Young West Indies manager Omar Khan wants his charges to take their thinking of the game to a higher level in order to be competitive at the Youth World Cup in January next year in New Zealand. Young West Indies have been drawn in Group-D of the Championship, along with Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Papua New Guinea.

They open the competition against the Pakistanis on January 15 at Palmerston North.

“We have an abundance of talent on this team with players like Akeem Dewar, Kraigg Brathwaite, Andre Creary, Trevon Griffith, Yannick Ottley, Yannick Carriah, and Evin Lewis to name a few,” he said.

“The challenge, as I see it, is to get these guys to lift their thinking ahead of the World Cup.”

He added: “The players have to get more studious as far as the game is concerned. We are hoping to have a camp by mid-December where we will do a lot of mental preparation work, so hopefully, we will be able to make headway in that direction.”
Khan noted the team had been setback in its preparations in Guyana during the recent regional limited-overs competition badly affected by rain.

“The rain affected us at that tournament, and we really had only one game,” he said.

“In that game, the guys played really well, and almost upset Barbados. We could have done much more but because of a lack of playing time that was not possible.

He continued: “Having said that, I was happy with the commitment and dedication shown by the players however. We have a group here that can make the West Indies proud, and we will continue to work right up to the tournament.”

The date for the West Indies Cricket Board to submit the final 15 players to the International Cricket Council, the sport’s World governing body, is December 15.

A training camp is to be staged before they depart in mid-January for the tournament.
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Old November 27, 2009, 11:15 AM
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no chance mate...even sometimes we cant even find links for our senior team matches
I hope this link will give us fast update as SL is trying to achieve full professionalism in every steps in their cricket.
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Updating often on Cricinfo....

Pakistan 3/85- 21 overs.
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Old November 29, 2009, 01:32 AM
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Pakistan 118/4- 33 overs.

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Pakistan 151/5- 41 Overs.
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Old November 29, 2009, 02:21 AM
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168/7 after 43 over

Abul Bashar the man. He's being quite expensive but took three big wickets.

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Old November 29, 2009, 02:28 AM
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He is 22 according to CI.... Mistake?
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Old November 29, 2009, 02:33 AM
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Pakistan Under-19s 206/8 (49.0 ov)
Bangladesh Under-19s
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seems it is a pacers wicket, our batsmen should be careful because Pakistan always get some good pacers.
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He is 22 according to CI.... Mistake?
I'm not sure.

Kamrul Hasan is also 22 yrs old. I think something wrong with it.
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