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Old February 10, 2012, 08:46 PM
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Did anyone noticed how wide eyed was some of the Rajshahi young cricketer today. Felt like they have head lights turned on in front of them. That is the one reason I think they dropped so many catches. They were nurviuos.
Yes exactly.

In the Barisal/Sylhet match, our young prodigy Noor Hossain Munna was visibly rattled, especially against Gayle. He'd have run out of the field if he could. These guys will learn so much on how to keep composure and be mentally strong.
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Old February 11, 2012, 12:47 AM
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Best thing to happen out of this BPL : Our young guns will be international match ready even before playing their first game. That will have a significant effect on these boys and I believe we can reduce the gap and the level of struggle our new ones face, especially when they cross the threshold of going international from domestic.
Nutshell : We will be more competitive in the coming days.

Guys like Nur,Shabbir, Asif, Mominul et all can only get better with this kind of never before exposure.
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Old February 11, 2012, 01:32 AM
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Exactly. BPL is seemingly on its way to being a hit, and if the league is here to stay, then the only way from here is to go forward. Remembering how IPL's first season was compared to the last one, there's been steady improvements when it comes to branding and marketing itself. BPL may not reach the heights of IPL, but as a cricketing nation, we should be happy that we have a league that is being recognized, unlike ICL.

Most of us prefer Test matches and ODIs over T20s, but now that this tourny is here, we might as well look forward to it and expect good things to come out. Our local players (i.e. the young guns and the lesser knowns) and how they perform is a big reason why I'm following BPL, and I hope a couple of them shine through and emerge as stars, as Pat Symcox alluded to in the commentary.
More importantly - if the BPL survives, the money in it will make cricket an even more appealing career option for youngsters. We have a large section of the population turning away from Cricket at a critical age because....'porashuna kor, GPA 5 paabi, chaakri korbi, bhaat khaabi.'

Kids play sport for the love of the sport and that is how it should be, but one can't run away from the financial aspect of it, especially in a society and culture like ours.

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Old February 11, 2012, 02:06 AM
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More importantly - if the BPL survives, the money in it will make cricket an even more appealing career option for youngsters. We have a large section of the population turning away from Cricket at a critical age because....'porashuna kor, GPA 5 paabi, chaarki korbi, bhaat khaabi.'

Kids play sport for the love of the sport and that is how it should be, but one can't run away from the financial aspect of it, especially is a society and culture like ours.
Very crucial point.

Speaking of culture like ours, you really got to hope that we do not resort to our age-old practice of pulling someone down with whatever allegations/excuses when they are on the verge of success. We lack unity as a community. I just do not want to keep dreaming of our country being a genuinely progressive one someday - I want to see it materialize.
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Old February 11, 2012, 02:22 AM
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Best innings by BD youngster was by Shabbir Rahman Romman. He was ahead of all the others and at one stage as good as Nasir Hossain during South Asian Games and Asian Games. All of a sudden he slumped big time. Good to see him back. Pity he does not bowl that much now a days.
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Old February 11, 2012, 06:35 AM
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2 back to back one sided game... very disappointing..
Hope Dhaka vs Khulna match will be a close contest
Was an easy win for Khulna. 2nd round will be more competitive....
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Old February 11, 2012, 06:43 AM
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One thing I liked about this match was that they seemed to playing a lot of Bangla music during the over intervals, wicket falls, etc. (Besides the team anthems I mean) Heard some songs that I haven't heard in ages. Better than playing Bollywood all the time.

Did the authorities intervene and force a reduction of the price of the tickets too? Good move
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Old February 11, 2012, 06:46 AM
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@t20_bpl BPL is a hit already...Lots of fans and supporter here in #Pakistan as well... Thanks to #GeoSuper for the coverage !! - A pakistani fan tweets
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Old February 11, 2012, 06:53 AM
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Only thing that bothers me is the gallary not being completely full. Otherwise it would've been perfect.
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Old February 11, 2012, 06:59 AM
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Only thing that bothers me is the gallary not being completely full. Otherwise it would've been perfect.
200 taka is still a big amount for young people. Probably most are saving for the semis and final.
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Old February 11, 2012, 07:05 AM
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^ It is, but on the other hand there are many, many young people in Dhaka and Chittagong who spend way more than 200 Taka on weekends on cigarettes, DVDs, going out, CNG/rickshaw bhara etc. At least, enough people to fill stadiums of 15,000-25,000 capacity regularly.
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Old February 11, 2012, 07:53 AM
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Bangladesher youngstar ra bpl khele temon batting bowling er chance pabe bole mone hoy na.yesterday asif ratul ke 7down e batting koralo ar ajk baad dilo 1inngs kharap korer por.ajk aber DG Anamul ke 7down e bat koralo .ekta ball o khello na.pura BPL e eirokom e hobe.

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Old February 11, 2012, 09:19 AM
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Bangladesher youngstar ra bpl khele temon batting bowling er chance pabe bole mone hoy na.yesterday asif ratul ke 7down e batting koralo ar ajk baad dilo 1inngs kharap korer por.ajk aber DG Anamul ke 7down e bat koralo .ekta ball o khello na.pura BPL e eirokom e hobe.

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BD bowlers are getting to bowl though and they are getting thrashed - except for Mohsharraf Hossain Rubel and some of the national team bowlers.

Give it some time, as the tournament progresses, the matches will (hopefully) become closer and the young guys will get more exposure. Till then, they can only learn from sharing a dressing room with international stars.
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Old February 11, 2012, 10:25 AM
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first sledge in bpl.....shabbir rahman vs shane harwood
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Old February 11, 2012, 11:09 AM
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atleast the matches are high scoring ones
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Old February 11, 2012, 11:24 AM
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atleast the matches are high scoring ones
J pichchi pichchi boundary, high scoring na hoile seta hobe lojjar.
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Old February 11, 2012, 11:29 AM
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200 taka is still a big amount for young people. Probably most are saving for the semis and final.
- Bhai, when was the last time you visited Bangladesh? A decent burger will set you back tk 200 now, and that's without the fries and coke.

Seriously Tk. 200 is NOTHING, it is pocket change.

Give it time, the news that the ticket prices have dropped so dramatically is filtering through, and also lots of ppl weren't sure about what to expect. But the crowd today was a lot louder, and more representative of a deshi cricket crowd. I think we'll see the numbers continue to swell as the tournament goes on.
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Old February 11, 2012, 11:34 AM
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So far fielding has been a big letdown...
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Old February 11, 2012, 11:41 AM
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So far fielding has been a big letdown...
yes by foreign players.

yesterday deshi player fielded bad for DR but today it has been much better. Shabbir has been gd for them.

Opu from Barishal has been fantastic today in the field. Shuvo dropped a catch.

earlier match, deshi players didn't had any drop catches nor bad fielding. it was Azah and stevens who misfielded few.
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Old February 11, 2012, 12:36 PM
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Chasing teams need to start putting up a better fight even if the target is 200+ or else this will become very dull.
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Old February 11, 2012, 01:07 PM
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J pichchi pichchi boundary, high scoring na hoile seta hobe lojjar.
Mirpur is a big ground and T20 boundaries are always small - that's why we seem to notice the pulled in boundary ropes
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Mirpur is a big ground and T20 boundaries are always small - that's why we seem to notice the pulled in boundary ropes
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Old February 11, 2012, 02:43 PM
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where is domestic performers?

why i see only foreign players? 5 top order batsman and all 5 bowlers

how that will help our cricket/
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Old February 11, 2012, 03:29 PM
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Mirpur is a big ground and T20 boundaries are always small - that's why we seem to notice the pulled in boundary ropes
Yeah, SBNS is a really big ground, in international matches the boundary range in Mirpur is 78-85 meters, and the whole ground is approximately 85-105 meters long as it was a football stadium before. Hence, from my experience of watching international matches in Mirpur it seems the boundary range for BPL would probably be around 68-75 meters. That's not bad at all, cause in IPL most of the boundary ranges are between 55-65 meters. The smallest boundary I ever saw was at Firoz Shah Kotla in Delhi, where the boundary range was 52-58 meters, now that is small even for school cricket. The thing is that IPL may have much bigger venues in terms of stadium capacity than SBNS but most of their grounds are pretty small as a result it doesn't reflect the smaller boundary lines much, whereas Mirpur is a huge ground and if the boundary ropes are pulled up a bit it looks small to the eyes.
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Old February 11, 2012, 04:18 PM
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Allowing 5 overseas players in a match was a wrong decision..... our local players aren't getting any chance
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