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Old October 13, 2004, 06:32 PM
Zunaid Zunaid is offline
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Default News: Oct 13, 2004

Some news from Google news alert:

BCB XI-NZ 3-dayer begins today
The New Nation - Bangladesh
Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) XI will face the visiting New Zealand Cricket
team led by Stephen Fleming in a three-dayer cricket match which begins
today at ...
source

NZ-BCB practice match today
Financial Express.bd - Bangladesh
Test elite New Zealand team will open their Bangladesh's tour with a three-day
practice match against Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) XI at the BKSP ground
in ...
source

TRI-SERIES plan to save pitch
NEWS.com.au - Australia
... Kenya, academy sides from New Zealand or Bangladesh, the United Arab
Emirates and Nepal ... is to get them in place for 2005 and get some quality
cricket played on ...
source

A king's ransom! - Wednesday 13, October-2004
Nation News - Barbados
... that the new chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board
(ECB ... He transferred to Bangladesh last year for an increased package
estimated at BDS$200 000 ...
source
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Old October 13, 2004, 07:43 PM
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Thank yu for directing me to google, this is an awesome resource.
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Old October 13, 2004, 08:03 PM
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Found this one from October 11. I don't think this got too much publicity but you might as well know what's at stake.

Fleming backs eight team test status
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Old October 13, 2004, 08:51 PM
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i understand when other cricket players or former players support 8 test teams. i can see their point of views. bangladesh has the lowest test points in the history of test. it is at the moment 793. when Gavasker scored his 10000 test runs he scored it agaisnt quality test opponents. Richard Hadlee look 430 test wickets he took it against quality batsman. but getting wickets against bd and zimbabwe batsman arent the same as getting wicket againt other test nations batsman. honestly i believe beside habibur bashar we dont have any test quality batsman. bangladesh desperately need to do well in test and in odi. specially in tests. i think this series against the new zealand is the series where bd must perform. after the series icc has the meeting. we must perform. this is the most important series that we ever played. if not win we must draw one of the matches atleast. we have to show some kind of sign that we can win tests so in the next icc meetings our bcb officials has some kind of defense on the next metting.
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