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Old December 23, 2009, 12:19 PM
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Default U-19 World Cup

...No live Cricinfo coverage except for a few matches....Nothing with Bangladesh U-19's or WI U-19's group stage matches.

Keep january 17th in mind...
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Old December 23, 2009, 02:14 PM
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Yeah bro, Go West Indies, Go Bangladesh baby!!!!
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Old December 23, 2009, 04:29 PM
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Tournament Fixture: Cricket Archive

Fixture for Bangladesh U-19 team:
11 Jan 2010 Warm-up
New Zealand Under-19s v Bangladesh Under-19s Lincoln Green
12 Jan 2010 Warm-up
Australia Under-19s v Bangladesh Under-19s Elmwood Park, Christchurch
16 Jan 2010 Group D
Bangladesh Under-19s v Papua New Guinea Under-19s Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North
17 Jan 2010 Group D
Bangladesh Under-19s v West Indies Under-19s Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North
20 Jan 2010 Group D
Bangladesh Under-19s v Pakistan Under-19s Fitzherbert Park, Palmerston North
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i am interested to see how Bangladesh U-19 performs after witnessing them defeating England U-19 this summer...

i am keeping an eye on Nasir Hossain(if he is on the squad),Anamul Haque(keeper-batsmen) and a few others(correct me if i am wrong, as this info is accurate based on my memory).
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Old December 23, 2009, 05:36 PM
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bangladesh under 19 will make history..inshallah
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Old December 23, 2009, 05:56 PM
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Stats for BD players since May this year -

Batting:

Anamul Haque 22 22 1 746 106 35.52 940 79.36 1 6 1 78 14
Mahmudul Hasan2422349082*25.7873566.66032333
Amit Majumder 19 19 0 489 129 25.73 733 66.71 2 0 2 59 7
Mominul Haque 18 17 2 455 70 30.33 702 64.81 0 4 1 42 1
Saikat Ali 22 22 1 424 88 20.19 587 72.23 0 3 4 47 6
Sabbir Rahman201933975324.8160365.84011247
Tasamul Haque 15 13 2 376 66 34.18 681 55.21 0 3 0 35 4
Noor Hossain 23 17 3 342 65 24.42 380 90.00 0 1 2 36 4
Alauddin Babu 17 14 4 244 41* 24.40 283 86.21 0 0 0 17 6
Abul Hasan 20 16 7 221 34 24.55 210 105.23 0 0 0 16 7
Nurul Hasan 9 8 1 161 47 23.00 218 73.85 0 0 1 23 1

Bowling:
Abul Hasan 20 20 139.2 8 690 38 5/26 18.15 4.95 22.0 2 2
Sabbir Rahman2019136.27574304/1319.134.2127.330
Mahmudul Hasan 24 22 172.4 9 669 30 3/26 22.30 3.87 34.5 0 0
Noor Hossain 23 22 167.4 5 701 24 2/19 29.20 4.18 41.9 0 0
Shaker Ahmed 16 16 118.4 11 438 21 4/43 20.85 3.69 33.9 1 0
Kamrul Islam Rabbi101070.45
340123/3728.334.8135.300
Saikat Ali 22 14 68.0 10 222 11 3/11 20.18 3.26 37.0 0 0
Alauddin Babu 17 16 64.0 7 262 8 2/36 32.75 4.09 48.0 0 0
Mominul Haque 18 11 52.0 0 212 5 2/24 42.40 4.07 62.4 0 0
Shoumya Sharkar 1 1 4.0 0 10 1 1/10 10.00 2.50 24.0 0 0
Arman Badshah 4 4 17.0 0 83 0 - - 4.88 - 0 0
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Impressive stats indeed (at least in bowling it really is)
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Can't be without any sort of broadcasting, can it?!
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to FTP users: this is what happens when you invest in youth academies..... you get players like Shakib-al-Hasan with ease! certainly something Bangladesh has done and has done a good job of!

Mahmudul, yet another "Hasan" who may make it to the national team in less than 2 years!!!
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Old December 23, 2009, 07:24 PM
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to FTP users: this is what happens when you invest in youth academies..... you get players like Shakib-al-Hasan with ease! certainly something Bangladesh has done and has done a good job of!

Mahmudul, yet another "Hasan" who may make it to the national team in less than 2 years!!!
But then again there is another Hasan (Abul) who came out of little known Jatrabari club in Dhaka 2nd division. There are other players in the current u-19 team who came out of different Dhaka 1st division clubs.

IMO, Bangladesh cricket will have better supply of talents if BCB strengthens Dhaka lower division leagues as well as club leagues in prominent cricket bases such as Chittagong, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Mymensingh, and Khulna.
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Who is anamul? Never has heard his name ...and Only Anamul and Mominul has 30+ average...in batting!!!
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Creary to captain WI U-19 World Cup team

http://caribbeancricket.com/news/2009/12/24/2989

The West Indies selectors have named a strong team to participate in the International Cricket Council’s Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand, and chairman of selectors Clyde Butts says he expects the team to perform very well.

FULL SQUAD: Andre Creary (Captain), Yannick Ottley (Vice Captain), Jermaine Blackwood, Nelson Bolan, Kraigg Brathwaite, John Campbell, Yannic Cariah, Akeem Dewar, Shane Dowrich (wicket-keeper), Nicholson Gordon, Trevon Griffiths, Jason Holder, Keon Joseph, Evin Lewis, Jomel Warrican.

Speaking on Thursday, Butts noted that the team is “very well balanced” including a number of allrounders who performed well in the West Indies Cricket Board’s Under-19 Tournament, which was played in Jamaica in August. The Captain is Jamaican allrounder Andre Creary, who played in the last ICC Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia two years ago. The Vice Captain is Yannick Ottley, from Trinidad and Tobago, who is also an allrounder.

“I think we have a very good team and I am confident they have the ability to go all the way. The team is a balanced one with quality batting, very good bowling and excellent in the field. I especially expect a lot from the two leg-spinners Akeem Dwyer and Yannic Cariah, who are capable match-winners. They (team) know what is required and the two leg-spinners add to the balance because they are very capable batsmen as well.” Butts said.

“I can see them going all the way. This team is better balanced than two years ago when we went to Malaysia and won the Plate Final. Since I saw them in the Under19 tournament in Jamaica and the WICB One-Day tournament in Guyana, you can see the vast improvement and development. They play well together and were excellent during the recent camp in St Kitts. You could clearly see the improvement and the boys are very enthusiastic.”

The team leaves the Caribbean next week and are expected to arrive in New Zealand on January 2. They will have a camp and then play warm-up matches against Ireland and Australia in Christchurch and Lincoln. The West Indies have been drawn in Group D in the opening round and will face Pakistan (Friday, January 15), Bangladesh (Sunday, January 17), and Papua New Guinea (Tuesday, January 19) at Fitzherbert Park, at Palmerston North near to the city of Napier. The two top teams will move on to the Cup phase and the bottom two will play in the Plate.

Butts, who was coach of the team to the 2004 World Cup in Bangladesh and manager of the team to the 2008 World Cup in Malaysia, noted that one vital aspect of the tour will be getting acclimatised to the conditions as soon as possible. He acknowledged that New Zealand is a difficult place for visiting teams and added that it is a wise move to have the team arriving two weeks before the tournament officially bowls off.

“It will be very important that the players make the mental and physical adjustment in New Zealand. The conditions will be a challenge, New Zealand is literally on other side of the world, but the big advantage, is that the team will be arriving early and will have the chance to play warm-up matches. They will be travelling straight to New Zealand so they should have enough time to get set for the big competition.”
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Should be a fun tournament. Hopefully our boys put on a good show and goes deep in the tournament.
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টিম স্পিরিটই প্রেরণা লিমনদের

'সবাই কেবল বড়দের খোঁজখবর নেয়, আমাদের কে দেখে! জানেন, আজ আমরা একাডেমী দলকে ১৩৪ রানের মধ্যে অলআউট করেছি। দুটি ম্যাচই হেরে গেছে মার্শাল ভাইদের দল।' কিছুটা অভিমান আর কিছুটা গৌরব মেশানো ছিল চট্টগ্রামে ফোন করা কলটি থেকে। যেখানে অনূর্ধ্ব-১৯ দল প্রস্তুতি নিচ্ছে নিউজিল্যান্ডে বিশ্বকাপ খেলতে যাওয়ার। শুধু যাওয়ার জন্যই যাওয়া নয়, ১৬ দলের মধ্যে শেষ চারে থাকার চ্যালেঞ্জ নিয়েই ভেট্টোরিদের দেশে যাচ্ছেন মাহমুদুল হাসান লিমনরা। আর এ জন্য হাতেগোনা কয়েক সপ্তাহের ক্যাম্প নয়, শেষ আট মাস ধরেই এই বিশ্বকাপের মিশনে নেমেছেন তারা। 'গতবারের অনূর্ধ্ব-১৯ দলের স্কোয়াডেও আমি ছিলাম। সেবার দ্বিতীয় রাউন্ডে গেলেও আর এগোতে পারিনি। এবার কিন্তু আমাদের লক্ষ্য শেষ চারে পেঁৗছানো। আমার বিশ্বাস আমরা তা পারব। দলের প্রত্যেকেই তাদের জায়গা থেকে পারফর্ম করে যাচ্ছে। টপ অর্ডার থেকে লোয়ার অর্ডার, ম্যাচের পরিস্থিতি অনুযায়ী সবাই ব্যাট করতে পারে। আট মাস ধরে এই দলটি একসঙ্গে খেলে আসছি। দেশে এবং দেশের বাইরে চারটি সিরিজ জিতেছি আমরা। সে কারণেই দলের প্রত্যেকের মধ্যে আত্মবিশ্বাস বেড়ে গেছে। একসঙ্গে থাকার কারণে টিম স্পিরিট বেড়েছে।' দলের ছেলেদের নিয়ে কথা বলতে গিয়ে রীতিমতো গর্বিত শোনাল অধিনায়ক মাহমুদুল হাসান লিমনকে।

শুধু লিমন নয়, অলরাউন্ডার সৈকত আলীকেও টিম স্পিরিট নিয়ে আনন্দিত মনে হলো। 'আমাদের এই দলে প্রত্যেকেই প্রায় সমবয়সী। একসঙ্গে আট মাস সমবয়সীরা একই দলের হয়ে ম্যাচ খেললে এমনিতেই টিম স্পিরিট বেড়ে যায়। এবারের দলটি কিন্তু গতবারের চেয়ে শক্তিশালী।' সৈকত না বললেও লিমন মেনে নিলেন নিউজিল্যান্ডের কন্ডিশন আর বাউন্সি উইকেট কিছুটা অপরিচিত তাদের কাছে। 'বিশ্বের অন্যান্য দলের মতো আর্থিক সুবিধা আমরা পেয়ে থাকি। তবে অনেকের চেয়েই আমাদের প্র্যাকটিস ফ্যাসিলিটি ভালো নয়। ইংল্যান্ড, শ্রীলংকা এবং দক্ষিণ আফ্রিকায় দেখেছি, সেখানকার মাঠ এবং উইকেট আমাদের চেয়ে অনেক ভালো। আমরা এখানে স্লো অ্যান্ড লো উইকেটে খেলে থাকি। বাইরে কিন্তু ফাস্ট অ্যান্ড বাউন্সি উইকেটে আমাদের খেলতে হয়। শুনেছি নিউজিল্যান্ডেও তেমন উইকেট থাকবে। তবে ওখানকার ঠাণ্ডা আবহাওয়া নিয়ে ভাবছি না। কেননা এর আগে ইংল্যান্ডে প্রায় একই আবহাওয়ায় এক মাস সফর করে এসেছি আমরা।' বিশ্বকাপে গিয়ে পাকিস্তান, ওয়েস্ট ইন্ডিজ আর পাপুয়া নিউগিনির সঙ্গে খেলতে হবে লিমনদের। পাকিস্তান ছাড়া আর কাউকেই সামনে থেকে দেখা হয়নি সৈকতদের। তবে ইংল্যান্ড আর শ্রীলংকাকে একে একে হারানোর পর আর অচেনা দল নিয়েও চিন্তিত নন লিমনরা।

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For al Furqaan and other poor souls who can't read Bangla - Bangladesh U/19 have beaten BCB Academy team (led by Marshall Ayub) two out of two matches. In one match, Academy team was all out for 134. Matches took place in Chittagong, the venue of prep camp for the U/19 team.
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Who is anamul? Never has heard his name ...and Only Anamul and Mominul has 30+ average...in batting!!!
anamul is one of the mainstays of this team... he is only 2nd in all-time list (in terms of total runs scored) for bangladesh.
Anamul, Mominul & Tasamul - all of them average above 30
Amit is the only BD player to score 2 centuries in u-19 one-dayers

But BD batting would rely on the heroics of 3 haques..
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to FTP users: this is what happens when you invest in youth academies..... you get players like Shakib-al-Hasan with ease! certainly something Bangladesh has done and has done a good job of!

Mahmudul, yet another "Hasan" who may make it to the national team in less than 2 years!!!
he is an underachiever. don't think he would go half the distance, that Shakib has gone so far, in his entire career.
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Alauddin Babu will rip through the enemy lines.
and he will send the opp. bowlers out to the tasmaninan sea!!!
this guy is a mighty hitter, trust me!!!
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Hope that they can at least proceed to the semi final stage. Last year, the boys did so well and then crashed to SA. From what i have been reading, it seems that all the Asian teams are very strong, but
the teams from the other nations are also strong. I am sure everyone will have a fighting chance and it will be a great contest.
Wish BD all the best.
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For al Furqaan and other poor souls who can't read Bangla - Bangladesh U/19 have beaten BCB Academy team (led by Marshall Ayub) two out of two matches. In one match, Academy team was all out for 134. Matches took place in Chittagong, the venue of prep camp for the U/19 team.
Eshen bhai....Does the report name any other players who played in Marshall Ayub's squad? I wonder of the strength of Ayub squad...
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For al Furqaan and other poor souls who can't read Bangla - Bangladesh U/19 have beaten BCB Academy team (led by Marshall Ayub) two out of two matches. In one match, Academy team was all out for 134. Matches took place in Chittagong, the venue of prep camp for the U/19 team.
wow - either our BCB academy team is very poor or the U19 team is amazing - hope its the latter
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The U/19 team should head quite early to NZ to familiarize themselves with the bouncy wickets and acclimatize to local conditions there. SL,India and NZ are getting good match practice by playing a tri series there at the moment. The USA and WI team are heading out there pretty soon also. In their group matches, they are playing West Indies, who will be there quite early for a training camp. Pakistan is also a fairly strong team. They should have no trouble winning against PNG.
I hope they proceed to the Quarter final stage, because the QF matches will be shown on my local cricket channel.
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^^Ind and SL are playing a tri-series in South Africa at the moment not NZ. After that all three teams will fly out to NZ to play their warm-ups.
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We didnt get to play against more stronger teams.Thats my concern.We played 5 ODIs against Zimbos.We should have had some matches against the likes of Pakistan,NZ,South Africa.
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Hope that they can at least proceed to the semi final stage. Last year, the boys did so well and then crashed to SA. From what i have been reading, it seems that all the Asian teams are very strong, but the teams from the other nations are also strong. I am sure everyone will have a fighting chance and it will be a great contest.
Wish BD all the best.
The teams seem to be quite evenly matched. However, unlike our national team, they actually have a chance to go to the final and win it.

Let's hear for our team...
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