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Old May 13, 2011, 07:08 AM
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Default Enamul Haque Jnr

Just to let you know, Enamul's playing at an English club this year called Guisborough CC.

I will post match score-cards so you guys can see how he's getting on. His first game is tomorrow vs Darialington who have Rajin Saleh playing for them.
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Old May 13, 2011, 07:19 AM
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Looking forward to it.
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Old May 13, 2011, 09:35 AM
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you are an angel! thanks a lot. looking forward to it
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Old May 13, 2011, 09:48 AM
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Nice...hope to see many more playing there..
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Old May 13, 2011, 11:04 AM
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Thanks a lot Hammy! Appreciate it! Good to see Enamul and Rajin are not slacking around and are looking to further improve their games. I believe both still have a lot to offer in tests. Rajin's toughness and grittiness is needed in our test fold. Enamul no doubt should be back as well. In my opinion, he's still our 2nd best test spinner behind Shakib. He's definitely a much better spinner then Razzak in tests. Hope he comes back soon.
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Old May 13, 2011, 02:49 PM
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What happened to Rajin?
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Old May 13, 2011, 03:02 PM
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Old May 13, 2011, 03:04 PM
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Old May 13, 2011, 05:20 PM
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Please can you also update us on Mehrab Hossain Jnr if possible because he is playing for Blythe CC
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Thanks a lot Hammy! Appreciate it! Good to see Enamul and Rajin are not slacking around and are looking to further improve their games. I believe both still have a lot to offer in tests. Rajin's toughness and grittiness is needed in our test fold. Enamul no doubt should be back as well. In my opinion, he's still our 2nd best test spinner behind Shakib. He's definitely a much better spinner then Razzak in tests. Hope he comes back soon.

Beat me to this one. Exactly my thoughts. Both of them esp Enam is a must in the test arena. Still fondly remember how he starred in our first ever test victory against Zimbabwe and bowled perhaps the best delivery ever by any BD bowler taking Michael Clarke's wicket in Fatulla. His attacking instincts makes him more of a longer version customer than Razzaq whose more economic style with seldom armors are limited to limited over success. As for Rajin Saleh, I prefer him for ODI as well if the much anticipated moves of Kapali or Shuvagoto at no. 4 doesnt work out.
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Old May 14, 2011, 08:01 AM
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i dunno, but enamul always seemed the proper test left arm spinner to me. big turn, attacking, flights the ball. he was a viable option over razzak any day. even more now that we dnt have a good attack in test matches. and as he has played test cricket before against top nations, he shud be tried out again before giving any new recruits a test debut.
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^Agreed 100%.
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Old May 14, 2011, 08:11 AM
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Beat me to this one. Exactly my thoughts. Both of them esp Enam is a must in the test arena. Still fondly remember how he starred in our first ever test victory against Zimbabwe and bowled perhaps the best delivery ever by any BD bowler taking Michael Clarke's wicket in Fatulla. His attacking instincts makes him more of a longer version customer than Razzaq whose more economic style with seldom armors are limited to limited over success. As for Rajin Saleh, I prefer him for ODI as well if the much anticipated moves of Kapali or Shuvagoto at no. 4 doesnt work out.
Disagree that Rajin should be tried out in ODIs. Him taking so long to settle in at the crease builds up pressure on the other end. Similar to what Rokibul does. We have better options then him in ODIs. In tests, however we still lack players with solid temperament and technique so he should still play tests.
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So, whats the update ?
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http://www.acecricketexchange.co.uk/players2011.htm
Indeed a great news!!!
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Old May 15, 2011, 06:27 AM
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http://nysdl.play-cricket.com/scoreb...sp?id=11262814
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Old May 15, 2011, 06:51 AM
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Old May 15, 2011, 06:55 AM
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Btw, how did everyone score runs of no balls
Rajin Saleh ct Martin Hood b Enamul Haq 35 0 0 0
Doug Mulholland LBW b Chris Nicholls 25 0 0 0
liam coates st Daniel Allinson b Enamul Haq 0 0 0 0
James Dobson + LBW b Stu MacKay 12 0 0 0
Simon Lee Not Out 37 0 0 0
Simon Whitehead b Stu MacKay 19 0 0 0
Matthew Wheeler st Daniel Allinson b Richard Dunn 6 0 0 0
Daniel Morgans b Stu MacKay 5 0 0 0
Peter Armstrong * Not Out 6 0 0 0
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Old May 15, 2011, 06:55 AM
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Old May 15, 2011, 07:11 AM
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Btw, how did everyone score runs of no balls
Rajin Saleh ct Martin Hood b Enamul Haq 35 0 0 0
Doug Mulholland LBW b Chris Nicholls 25 0 0 0
liam coates st Daniel Allinson b Enamul Haq 0 0 0 0
James Dobson + LBW b Stu MacKay 12 0 0 0
Simon Lee Not Out 37 0 0 0
Simon Whitehead b Stu MacKay 19 0 0 0
Matthew Wheeler st Daniel Allinson b Richard Dunn 6 0 0 0
Daniel Morgans b Stu MacKay 5 0 0 0
Peter Armstrong * Not Out 6 0 0 0
The information entered by Darlington was limited. They didn't input 'balls faced' '4's '6's' etc, just the result, runs scored by each batsman and bowling figures.
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Old May 15, 2011, 07:14 AM
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The information entered by Darlington was limited. They didn't input 'balls faced' '4's '6's' etc, just the result, runs scored by each batsman and bowling figures.
Yeah I know. Btw, what has happened to Rajin? Is he not in national contention anymore?
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Old May 15, 2011, 07:20 AM
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So, Rajin falls to Enamul, who had a sort of good outing, 2 wickets and 15 runs.

Rajin's 35 isn't a bad score.
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Old May 15, 2011, 07:23 AM
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Thanks Hammy!

A cleaner version of the scorecard:

Darlington CC - 1st XI vs Guisborough CC - 1st XI



Result: Darlington CC - 1st XI Win Draw 6
Date: Sat 14th May 2011
Start Time: 13:30
Ground: Feethams
Type: League : Premier
Scoring: Standard
Toss: Guisborough CC - 1st XI won the toss and decided to bowl

Darlington CC - 1st XI

RB4s6s
Rajin Salehct Martin Hood b Enamul Haq 35 0 0 0
Doug MulhollandLBW b Chris Nicholls 25 0 0 0
liam coatesst Daniel Allinson b Enamul Haq 0 0 0 0
James Dobson +LBW b Stu MacKay 12 0 0 0
Simon LeeNot Out 37 0 0 0
Simon Whitehead b Stu MacKay 19 0 0 0
Matthew Wheelerst Daniel Allinson b Richard Dunn 6 0 0 0
Daniel Morgans b Stu MacKay 5 0 0 0
Peter Armstrong *Not Out 6 0 0 0
Alex DeucharDid Not Bat
Andrew PeacockDid Not Bat
Extras ( 8b 3lb ) 11
Total (7 wickets, 50 overs) 156

Fall Of Wickets

37-1 Doug Mulholland (Rajin Saleh*); 48-2 liam coates (Rajin Saleh*);
75-3 Rajin Saleh (James Dobson*); 85-4 James Dobson (Simon Lee*);
123-5 Simon Whitehead (Simon Lee*); 134-6 Matthew Wheeler (Simon Lee*);
147-7 Daniel Morgans (Simon Lee*); -8 ;
-9 ; -10 ;

* = notout batsman,
Bowling

OMRWNbWd
Chris Nicholls1752110 0
Ryan Murray201600 0
Enamul Haq1755120 0
Stu MacKay802630 0
Richard Dunn603110 0

Guisborough CC - 1st XI

RB4s6s
Martin HoodLBW b Doug Mulholland 13 0 0 0
Richard Dunn *ct Simon Lee b Alex Deuchar 16 0 0 0
Jonathan Spillane b Alex Deuchar 7 0 0 0
James LinesLBW b Peter Armstrong 6 0 0 0
Graham MurrayLBW b Alex Deuchar 19 0 0 0
Jonathan Coatesct Doug Mulholland b Alex Deuchar 10 0 0 0
Ryan Murrayct Rajin Saleh b Peter Armstrong 0 0 0 0
Enamul Haqct Matthew Wheeler b Doug Mulholland 15 0 0 0
Daniel AllinsonNot Out 28 0 0 0
Stu MacKayLBW b Doug Mulholland 5 0 0 0
Chris NichollsNot Out 1 0 0 0
Extras ( 3w 1nb ) 4
Total (9 wickets, 50 overs) 124

Fall Of Wickets

29-1 Richard Dunn (Martin Hood*); 31-2 Martin Hood (Jonathan Spillane*);
37-3 Jonathan Spillane (James Lines*); 46-4 James Lines (Graham Murray*);
63-5 Jonathan Coates (Graham Murray*); 66-6 Ryan Murray (Graham Murray*);
76-7 Graham Murray (Enamul Haq*); 95-8 Enamul Haq (Daniel Allinson*);
119-9 Stu MacKay (Daniel Allinson*); -10 ;

* = notout batsman,
Bowling

OMRWNbWd
Doug Mulholland1662830 0
Alex Deuchar1735040 0
Peter Armstrong1453220 0
liam coates301400 0
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Old May 15, 2011, 07:40 AM
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He bowled very well, there was little turn from the pitch. Rajin tried to sweep Enamul and got caught.
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