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Old January 16, 2010, 01:04 AM
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BDFlag Match Thread: Bangladesh U19 vs West Indies U19, ICC Under-19 World Cup; Group D, Game 2 for BD, 17th Jan 2010

Bismillah! Let's rock n' roll!!!

Salaam, Pronaam and greetings,
Dear bhais and apas, This is the Group D, 10th match, between Bangladesh Under-19 vs the West Indies Under-19, Okay?! Go to this website and follow the match bros!!!! 3:00 a.m. BD Standard time - 4:00 p.m. Eastern Standard....
Ciao ciao!!
http://iccu19worldcup.yahoo.net/

Let's go Bangladesh! Fatafati!!! Let the Fatatfati begin!!!
Win or lose baby....Taste the claws of the Tiger!!! Grrrrgggrrrrrrr!

Below: Typical people coming to watch a cricket match in Bangladesh


Below: Typical innocent whole family outting for their cricket teams and clubs in Bangladesh


Below: A typical Vendor outside a cricket match in Bangladesh


Below: The match is another 70 miles that way


Below: More Bangladeshi supporters are coming from distant far away vilages


Below: These are the brave giving cows our cricketers drank their milk of


Below: A typical cricketer's car in Bangladesh


Below: Bored and angry spectators at a typical cricket match eagerly waiting for a boundary!





Below: A typical West Indies morning


Below: A typical West Indies morning


Below: A typical West Indies morning


Below: A typical West Indies morning


Below: Bob Marley, Respect, West Indies
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Old January 16, 2010, 01:12 AM
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Old January 16, 2010, 01:14 AM
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Congrats Javed for opening the thread. I see Javed's thread as a goodluck to us! Go Tigers Go!!
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Old January 16, 2010, 01:15 AM
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Dash bhai for Prodhanmontri
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Old January 16, 2010, 01:17 AM
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Hei Javed ...you are making me imotional!!!
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Old January 16, 2010, 01:21 AM
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Kalpurush da, salaam....add some pic yourself please!!!

Hahahahaah....thank you Dash bhai and Kalpurush da!!
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Old January 16, 2010, 01:23 AM
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bk bhai, great match thread. nice job. kalpurush bhai u also did good job in ur thread.
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Old January 16, 2010, 01:39 AM
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Thank you Wise Shah bhai!!!

Please bhais, add some picture to this thread....LEt's make it an educational thread about the peaceful co-existense of Bangladesh and West Indies! Add picture bhais, thank uou
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Old January 16, 2010, 02:11 AM
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ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Teams & Groups
West Indies Team ProfileThe closest the young Caribbean side has come to winning the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup was in 2004 in Bangladesh when the side led by Dinesh Ramdin lost to Pakistan by 25 runs in the final.

Since then it has not had a tournament record to boast of, losing to Bangladesh by four wickets in the fifth place play-off semi-final in Colombo in February 2006 and being placed ninth in the 2008 event in Kuala Lumpur, after being eliminated by the eventual finalists, India and South Africa, in the group stages.

Andre Coley, the former Jamaica wicket-keeper, has been appointed as head coach for the tournament, following his success at U19 level with the Jamaica three-day and limited-over sides, and will be looking to skipper Andre Creary for inspiration on the field of play.

The West Indies prepared for the event by taking part in the President’s Cup in October 2009, alongside senior territorial teams. Although it failed to win a match the preparation was valuable and it came close to defeating Barbados, losing in the end by two wickets.

Left-handed opening batter Evin Lewis topped the batting averages for his side in that event, being the only player to pass fifty, while spinner Akeem Dewar showed promise with the ball, although the matches were hampered by bad weather.

Facing Pakistan, Bangladesh and Papua New Guinea in the group stages, it will be a tough challenge to make it through to the quarter finals.

However, the tournament has a very good track record for being a first international sighting of future stars of the West Indies team. Previous events have featured Jimmy Adams, Dwayne Bravo, Chris Gayle and Ramnaresh Sarwan, so there will be plenty of fun for the spectators in trying to spot a future legend!

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Kraigg Brathwaite –

This highly Barbados batter, who made 73 on his first-class debut last year when aged just 16, is expected to be a huge star for his team at this tournament. He was called up to the West Indies Test squad against Bangladesh in July 2009 and was awarded a contract by the West Indies Cricket Board later in the year.

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Old January 16, 2010, 02:15 AM
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This is the scorecard between Pakistan vs West Indies where West Indies gave Pakistan a scare and a good chase!! Look at the 2 openers of theirs.....and also I would say nember 3, 4, 5 did all go on 0 or low that day, but you know how you flop one match and then come back strong the next one, if you know what I mean!

I am sorry I couldn't copy and pasted it very well.


1. Kraigg Brathwaite - 92* 125 balls 4(4's) 0(six) 73.60 SR
2. Trevon Griffiths b Usman Qadir - 84 55 balls 11(4's) 3(six) 152.73 SR
3. Evin Lewis b Muhammad Babar 0 2 balls 0(4's) 0(six) 0.00 SR
4. Andre Creary (C) lbw b Muhammad Babar 0 6 balls 0(4's) 0(six) 0.00 SR

5. Yannic Cariah b Usman Qadir 11 27 balls 0(4's) 0(six) 40.74 SR
6. Shane Dowrich (W) c Azeem Ghumman b Ahmad Shahzad 19 18 balls 2(4's) 0(six) 105.56 SR



(b: 0, lb: 2, wd: 10, nb: 2, penalty: 0) extras: 14 Total: 257 all out (46.5 overs)

Source: Sportz Interactive
http://iccu19worldcup.yahoo.net/matc...name=scorecard
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Old January 16, 2010, 02:40 AM
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line up should be

amit majumder
anamul hauque
mominul hauque
tasamul hauque
saikat ali
mahmudul hasan
sabbir rahman
nurul hasan
abul hasan
alauddin babu
shaker ahmed
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Old January 16, 2010, 02:42 AM
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This is the scorecard between Pakistan vs West Indies where West Indies gave Pakistan a scare and a good chase!! Look at the 2 openers of theirs.....and also I would say nember 3, 4, 5 did all go on 0 or low that day, but you know how you flop one match and then come back strong the next one, if you know what I mean!

I am sorry I couldn't copy and pasted it very well.


1. Kraigg Brathwaite - 92* 125 balls 4(4's) 0(six) 73.60 SR
2. Trevon Griffiths b Usman Qadir - 84 55 balls 11(4's) 3(six) 152.73 SR
3. Evin Lewis b Muhammad Babar 0 2 balls 0(4's) 0(six) 0.00 SR
4. Andre Creary (C) lbw b Muhammad Babar 0 6 balls 0(4's) 0(six) 0.00 SR
5. Yannic Cariah b Usman Qadir 11 27 balls 0(4's) 0(six) 40.74 SR
6. Shane Dowrich (W) c Azeem Ghumman b Ahmad Shahzad 19 18 balls 2(4's) 0(six) 105.56 SR


(b: 0, lb: 2, wd: 10, nb: 2, penalty: 0) extras: 14 Total: 257 all out (46.5 overs)

Source: Sportz Interactive
http://iccu19worldcup.yahoo.net/matc...name=scorecard

target get two openers and we will win

same strategy like senior WI team
gayle
chanderpaul
sarwan

rest are nothing
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Old January 16, 2010, 02:49 AM
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Old January 16, 2010, 02:52 AM
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A "Typical" BK bhai. nice thread bhaijan
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Typical B_K vai. Dildar-TeleSalam fail.
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Shabbir Rahman
Shabbir Rahman really impressive all-rounders
wy worlds within 2/3 we will have 3/4 world class all rounders.....waiting for these day
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Target the two openers to get them out early and I think the game is theirs.

Wishing these young lads all the best, many of them will be future cricketers of BD.
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This game will be a great one....two evenly matched teams....WI have the strength in their batting....

I'm watching out for the hungry Kraigg Brathwaite as well as Trevon Griffith......reminded me alot of the Gayle/Shiv opening pair.

Yannic Carriah the exciting all-rounder and skipper Creary are due for some runs.

From Bangladesh I'm looking out for Amit Majumder.
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This game will be a great one....two evenly matched teams....WI have the strength in their batting....

I'm watching out for the hungry Kraigg Brathwaite as well as Trevon Griffith......reminded me alot of the Gayle/Shiv opening pair.

Yannic Carriah the exciting all-rounder and skipper Creary are due for some runs.

From Bangladesh I'm looking out for Amit Majumder.
Wish you all the best.We should be in for a great game. Abul is a dream for us. Roach Jr. (Gods will)

This is do or die for WI. For BD this is what all they prepared for, for the last one year. Go BD!! Give us a win.
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Javed bhaia,
What a magnificent thread. Chills through my spine. These pictures says alot of things that we always forget. Three green rating for you.
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