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Old September 18, 2013, 10:43 PM
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Default Bangladesh U19 Tour of West Indies 2013

BANGLADESH UNDER 19 IN WEST INDIES 2013 (ITINERARY)

DATE
ACTIVITY
VENUE
Wed, Oct. 2
Bangladesh U19 arrive in Guyana

Thurs, Oct. 3
Practice
Fri, Oct. 4
Practice
Sat, Oct. 5
Match Bangladesh U19 v Guyana U19
Bourda
Sun, Oct. 6
Practice
Mon, Oct. 7
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Providence (DN)
Tues, Oct. 8
Practice
Wed, Oct. 9
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Bourda



Thur, Oct. 10
Practice
Fri, Oct. 11
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Providence (DN)
Sat, Oct. 12
Practice
Sun, Oct. 13
Practice
Mon, Oct. 14
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Everest
Tues, Oct. 15
Practice
Wed, Oct. 16
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Providence (DN)
Thurs, Oct. 17
Practice
Fri, Oct. 18
Practice
Sat, Oct. 19
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Albion
Sun, Oct. 20
Practice
Mon, Oct. 21
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Everest
Tues, Oct. 22
Bangladesh U 19 depart
















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Old September 18, 2013, 10:46 PM
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DHAKA, Wednesday, 18 September 2013

PHOTO © BCB:
Bangladesh Under 19 opener Sadman Islam drives during his 60 against CCDM XI, a team made up of Dhaka First Division League cricketers at the SBNCS, Mirpur today.


Match: Bangladesh Under 19 v CCDM XI

Venue: Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur, Dhaka

Toss: Bangladesh Under 19

BRIEF SCORES:

CCDM XI - 136 all out in 46.5 overs (Masum 44, Pappu 26; Abu Haider 4/25, Rifat Pradhan 2/36)


BANGLADESH UNDER 19 – 138 for 6 in 37.2 overs (Sadman Islam 60 off 101 balls, 1 x 6 & 5 x 4, Mehedi Hasan 44 off 56 balls, 2x6 & 4x4; Rajesh 2/11, Masum 2/36)



Bangladesh Under 19 opener Sadman Islam drives during his 60 against CCDM XI, a team made up of Dhaka First Division League cricketers at the SBNCS, Mirpur today.
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Old September 19, 2013, 09:38 AM
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7 ODIs and no Tests?

Yup, I think its official. BCB wants to become the 12th ranked Test nation sooner than immediately. Well done to Ireland and Afghanistan for surpassing us in the Test rankings in advance.

BCB is allergic to longer version cricket. Watch the BPL get cancelled because there isn't enough time for an extended BPL season.
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Old September 19, 2013, 09:57 AM
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All U19 teams around the world are playing ODI cricket at present in preparation for the World Cup in Feb next year, hence no longer version cricket.

Our U17 team earlier this year played 2 by 3 day games v CAB and we are close to finalising another youth series which will contain a couple of 4 day and 3 day matches. Bear in mind that while it is well and good for batsmen to learn to bat in long form cricket, someone has to bowl all those overs. If you want to develop fast bowlers , then its hard to do, when 90% of the overs will be spin due to wearing wicket and quicks inability at that age to bowl too many overs.

Please also note on the schedule, which says we arrive on Oct 2, we dont actually land in guyana till around 2am on the morning of the 3rd, so there will be no practice on the 3rd, in case anyone is in Guyana.

Will try to keep you all updated with progress as the tour takes place.
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Old September 19, 2013, 10:26 AM
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^thanks coach and best of luck for the series. I'm excited that the U19ers are getting exposure outside of BD. Its not about just playing, but getting exposed to living outside the country for a certain period of time and getting a feel about how the life of an international cricketer is. It should make our players physically and mentally stronger.
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Thanks coach, we want to win 7-0, but you already knew that.
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Old September 19, 2013, 01:47 PM
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All U19 teams around the world are playing ODI cricket at present in preparation for the World Cup in Feb next year, hence no longer version cricket.

Please also note on the schedule, which says we arrive on Oct 2, we dont actually land in guyana till around 2am on the morning of the 3rd, so there will be no practice on the 3rd, in case anyone is in Guyana.

Will try to keep you all updated with progress as the tour takes place.
Would be tough to play the first ODI as players might be tired after the long journey.

All the best coach. And thanks in advance for your future updates!
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Old September 21, 2013, 03:38 PM
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Bear in mind that while it is well and good for batsmen to learn to bat in long form cricket, someone has to bowl all those overs. If you want to develop fast bowlers , then its hard to do, when 90% of the overs will be spin due to wearing wicket and quicks inability at that age to bowl too many overs.
Lamest excuse by a coach i ever heard. look at srilankans, indians. they play longer version cricket from school level and our U-19 pacers are too weak to play 3 day mathces!!! bs with tripple l
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Old September 22, 2013, 07:46 AM
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Lamest excuse by a coach i ever heard. look at srilankans, indians. they play longer version cricket from school level and our U-19 pacers are too weak to play 3 day mathces!!! bs with tripple l
Very true and i suppose the proof is in the pudding. Loads of champion fast bowlers come from India and Sri Lanka. If we want to improve faster than the other teams we have to be smarter in how we identify and develop our players. If we improve at the same rate as other teams even we will never progress up the rankings, we have to improve faster, and while long form matches are part of that, they are not the solution to all problems.
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Old September 22, 2013, 08:22 AM
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Very true and i suppose the proof is in the pudding. Loads of champion fast bowlers come from India and Sri Lanka. If we want to improve faster than the other teams we have to be smarter in how we identify and develop our players. If we improve at the same rate as other teams even we will never progress up the rankings, we have to improve faster, and while long form matches are part of that, they are not the solution to all problems.
lankans improved faster than anyone. the main reason behind that is playing longer version cricket from school level. fast bowling is not our only problem!! our batsmen dont have the mental strength or technique to play long innings. the main reason we are doing so bad in longer format. our national players all are taylor made for ODI cricket. because that is the version they played all the time since age level. there is only one way to improve in longer version is that playing more longer version be it national team or A team or age level . one doesnt need to be an expert to understand that. srilanka and india never had great pacers. i agree partially. but if we could achieve what sri Lanka achieved in their first 13 years no one would be questioning our test status. trying to improve faster is cool. but one should cover the basics first. just my two cents.
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Very true and i suppose the proof is in the pudding. Loads of champion fast bowlers come from India and Sri Lanka. If we want to improve faster than the other teams we have to be smarter in how we identify and develop our players. If we improve at the same rate as other teams even we will never progress up the rankings, we have to improve faster, and while long form matches are part of that, they are not the solution to all problems.
Can't agree more coach. Very nicely pointed.
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Old September 24, 2013, 07:48 AM
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I'm looking forward to this series and it might be shown live on our official website so i'll keep everyone posted when that happens.

This is our squad for the series!!..

1. Fabian Allen (Jamaica)
2. Jofra Archer (Barbados)
3. Tagenarine Chanderpaul (Guyana)
4. Bryan Charles (Trinidad & Tobago)
5. Tristan Coleman (Jamaica)
6. Taryck Gabriel (Windward Islands, St Lucia)
7. Shimron Hetmyre (Guyana)
8. Jerome Jones (Barbados)
9. Ray Jordan (Windward Islands, St Vincent)
10. Alzarri Joseph (Leeward Islands, Antigua)
11. Brandon King (Jamaica)
12. Ramaal Lewis (Jamaica)
13. Leroy Lug (Jamaica)
14. Preston McSween (Windward Islands, Grenada)
15. Marquino Mindley (Jamaica)
16. Gudakesh Moti-Kanhai (Guyana)
17. Jeremy Solozano (Trinidad & Tobago)

The two openers (Solanzo and Chanderpaul) are probably the best batters!!..Tagnarine Chanderpaul is obviously well known as he's Shiv's son and both of them have played first class cricket in the past year. Tage also went to england with his father and scored ton in league cricket.

Moti-Kanhai is a left-arm spinner who is said to be a magical performer with a lot of tricks!!!..Mcsween is a left-arm swing bowler who has modelled his game on James Anderson and the other pacer who has a lot of people excited is 15 year old Azzari Joseph!!..on our caribbean cricket show the u19 coach said he could be a big star in the future.

Really a lot of them have good potential so it's gonna be a good series!!..we know Bangledash always have a tidy unit at u19 level!!..our youth system has been ok of late though and our last batch were very unlucky at the last world cup!!..one poor spell in the quarter finals by our bowlers vs NZ and that was it!!..the tailender scored 14 off the last over. We DID beat India though who went on to win the thing to my surprise.
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Old September 29, 2013, 07:25 AM
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DHAKA, Sunday, 29 September 2013
Media Release
Bangladesh U19 Team for West Indies Tour 2013
The Bangladesh Under 19 Team will leave Dhaka on Tuesday (01 Oct.) evening for a tour of the West Indies (Itinerary below). The Under 19 side will feature in seven youth ODIs against their West Indian counterparts during the tour. All matches will be played in Guyana. Please note that the team’s official photo session will be held at the SAHARA-BCB National Cricket Academy on 01 October at 2pm:
SQUAD
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Name
Specialty
1.
Mehidy Hassan Miraz (Captain)
Right-Handed Batsman (RHB)/Off Break bowler (OB)
2.
Jasim Uddin (Vice-Captain)
Wicket-keeper (WK)/RHB
3.
Shadman Islam
Left-Handed Batsman (LHB)
4.
Najmul Hossain
LHB
5.
Munim Shahriar
RHB/Right-arm Medium Fast bowler (RMF)
6.
Yasir Ali Chowdhury
RHB
7.
Musaddek Hossain
RHB/OB
8.
Saeed Sarkar
RHB/RMF
9.
Joyraj Sheik
RHB
10.
Abu Hider
Left-arm Medium Fast bowler (LMF)
11.
Rifat Pradhan
RMF
12.
Nahid Hasan
LMF
13.
Nihad Uz Zaman
Slow Left-Arm bowler (SLA)
14.
Jubair Hossain
Leg Break bowler (LB)
15.
Rahatul Ferdous
LHB/SLA

Stand By:

Sl.
Name
Specialty
1.
Sifat Islam
SLA
2.
Abu Sayem Chowdhury
WK/RHB
3.
Mohammad Sumon
RHB
4.
Mehede Hasan
LMF
5.
Ashikul Islam
RMF
6.
Sujat Hasan
RMF
Team Management:
Sl.
Name
Role
1
Md Ehsanul Hoque
Manager
2
Richard John McInnes
Head Coach
3
Md Zafrul Ehsan
Asst. Coach
4
Md Bayjedul Islam Khan
Physiotherapist
5
Tusher Kanti Howlader
Fitness Trainer

BANGLADESH UNDER 19 IN WEST INDIES 2013 (ITINERARY)
DATE
ACTIVITY
VENUE
Wed, Oct. 2
Bangladesh U19 arrive in Guyana
Thurs, Oct. 3
Practice
Fri, Oct. 4
Practice
Sat, Oct. 5
Match Bangladesh U19 v Guyana U19
Bourda
Sun, Oct. 6
Practice
Mon, Oct. 7
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Providence (DN)
Tues, Oct. 8
Practice
Wed, Oct. 9
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Bourda
Thur, Oct. 10
Practice
Fri, Oct. 11
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Providence (DN)
Sat, Oct. 12
Practice
Sun, Oct. 13
Practice
Mon, Oct. 14
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Everest
Tues, Oct. 15
Practice
Wed, Oct. 16
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Providence (DN)
Thurs, Oct. 17
Practice
Fri, Oct. 18
Practice
Sat, Oct. 19
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Albion
Sun, Oct. 20
Practice
Mon, Oct. 21
Match WI U19 v BAN U19 Youth ODI
Everest
Tues, Oct. 22
Bangladesh U 19 departfrom Guyana

--- ENDS ---
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So 5 new players come in for this tour after a disappointing tour of England. Good to see. Hope we win the series
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Looking forward to see how Nazmul performs there. Missed him in DPL.

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Banglawash chai!!!!
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Banglawash chai!!!!
Bangla wash ki hobey? according to coach mcinnis, there was no hot water at the hotel when the reached at the wee hours of the morning.
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Ei shob fokirni deshe jai keno amra? ZIm, and now WI.


atleast, amra gorib hoileo, amader deshe jara ashe, tader gorom panir jonno morte hoy na...
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eta to moha shomosshya (not samosa) dekhi...hot water chara to amio gosol kori na.... ek ghonta dine geezar chere rakhi
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Practice match: BD U19 vs Guyana U19. BD 40/1 off 8 overs as Shanto 20* Anik 14* Ramcharran comes into attack with his off spin, replaces Shepherd 4-0-22-1 https://m.facebook.com/windiescricke...0%2C3984938297
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BAN 51/1 off 11.2 overs as Anik 19* pulls Shameer for 4, Shanto 25*
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LOOKS like the young tigers are performing better than their counterparts.
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