UPL-Uli Premier League
Fixture:- www.mscricbook.com/fixtures Team Info: Crusaders: Captain- Fahad Haque: Team:- http://mscricbook.com/teams/profile/22 Ball Blusters: Captain- Nurul Amin Sadi Team:- http://mscricbook.com/teams/profile/23 Boom Boom Bashers: Captain- Tufajjal Karim Sohi Team:- http://mscricbook.com/teams/profile/24 Super Smasher: Captain- Miftah Uddin Khan Team:- http://mscricbook.com/teams/profile/25
Metropolitan University CSE 41E is going to organize UPL season 1
We are glad and excited to inform you that we are holding an indoor cricket tournament on Saturday.The tournament will be held at Karim Ullah Indoor Cricket Ground at 1:00 PM. Cricbook is going to coverage all the matches of this tournament. Feel free to come and watch. :-)
Metropolitan University Sports Club is going to organize MPL Session-8.
Metropolitan University Sports Club is going to organize MPL Session-8. It is an intra university cricket tournament. 32 team will participate in this tournament and 8 over-a-side cricket tournament. Commencing on - 08th November 2016 Venue - MC COLLEGE FIELD All students, teacher, officials are warmly invited to attend the tournament. Rahabi Khan President Imran Ahmed Joy General Secretary MU SPORTS CLUB
From a Bangladeshi village to IPL glamour: Mustafizur Rahman fizzing his way to cricket superstardom
Pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman has been a revelation since he burst onto the international stage with Bangladesh just a year ago, and now he is taking the Indian Premier League (IPL) by storm. Rahman, 20, is adjusting to his jetset lifestyle as he flies from city to city in cricket’s most glamorous tournament, a far cry from four years ago when he had to cling to the back of his brother’s rickety moped over 40 kilometres of potholed roads just to go to practice in the nearest nets. “My brother used to take me to (the nearest town) Satkhira every day and then bring me back home to our village. It was very difficult,” said Rahman whose intrinsic shyness belies his nickname of “The Fizz”. “There were a few academies in Satkhira where I used to practice but otherwise I had to practice in the schoolyard all by myself.” Rahman has been Sunrisers Hyderabad’s standout bowler in this year’s IPL with his eight wickets coming at an average of 21.25, including big wickets of AB de Villiers, Shane Watson and Virat Kohli. The left-arm paceman also had the best strike rate at the recent World Twenty20, while his 5-22 against New Zealand was the best single performance by any bowler in the competition. An unknown 12 months ago, Rahman is now one of cricket’s hottest properties after a stunning start to his international career which has earned him big-money contracts in the IPL and in England. According to figures compiled by Cricinfo, Rahman has the best average of any bowler in Twenty20 cricket in the past 12 months and his economy rate is second only to the West Indian Sunil Narine. More from the Indian Premier League: The National’s IPL section: All the news, match reports, photo galliers and much more in one place IPL week 4 in review — part I: Rising Pune Supergiants injury crisis and Axar Patel’s hat-trick Rahman, whose trademark delivery is a fizzing off-cutter, first caught the eye of Indian observers last June when he took 5-50 in his one-day international (ODI) debut as Bangladesh thrashed their giant neighbours in Dhaka. Bangladeshi players have been routinely patronised by Indian fans but Rahman has already earned their respect. Rahman said he was proud to get the chance to fly the flag for Bangladesh whether in the IPL or on the international scene. “I always wish for my country to stand tall, not only in cricket but any sport,” he said. He also swells with pride when he thinks of the joy he has brought to his home village of Tetulia, a sleepy backwater in southwestern Bangladesh where the main source of employment is shrimp farming. “It feels very good. People, my friends come up to me and say: ‘We’re going to watch you play today’ or ‘Oh, we saw you play!’ It feels really great to hear such things,” he said. When the Sunrisers matches are broadcast in the evenings, villagers cluster around projector screens hired out by Rahman’s brother Mokhlesur. “He was a decent bowler from when he was about 12 but we never thought he was going to be quite this good,” Mokhlesur said as he recalled the days of ferrying his young brother on the back of his bike. Their 70-year-old father, Mohammad Abul Kashem, said that cricket fans had made pilgrimages to the village while there has been a deluge of fan mail, including from female admirers who want his mobile number. “I’ve been to the post office and told them not to not to deliver these letters to our home,” Kashem said. “He is still too young and needs to concentrate on improving his game.” Kashem is now the proud owner of a new car that his son personally delivered on a trip back to Tetulia early last month. “He is such a nice young man,” Kashem said, before settling down to watch the Sunrisers’ weekend victory over the Royal Challengers Bangalore when his son took the prize wicket of Indian Test captain Kohli. Rahman’s emergence has raised hopes in Bangladesh that a team that has made major strides in ODI cricket in the last three years could finally win a Test series against one of the game’s more established powers. In his Test debut against South Africa in Chittagong last July, Rahman took 4-37 as the hosts had the better of a rain-affected draw. Rahman, who will head to England after the IPL to play for Sussex, said he enjoys playing Tests but prefers the shorter formats. “I enjoy playing all kinds of cricket but the ones that wrap up in a day like T20s and ODIs,” he said. “Those are the ones I like the most.”
Bangladesh club bowler concedes 92 runs in four balls in protest over umpiring
Bangladesh club bowler concedes 92 runs in four balls in protest over umpiring From the section Cricket Share this page Cricket stumps A Bangladeshi cricket team conceded 92 runs in the space of four balls to deliberately lose a match in a protest over umpiring. Lalmatia Club were dismissed for 88 in 14 overs on Tuesday before bowler Sujon Mahmud sent down just four legitimate deliveries, despite bowling 20 balls. Three deliveries were no-balls and 13 were wides - all of which raced to the boundary, costing his side 80 runs. The four legal deliveries were hit for 12 runs by Axiom opener Mustafizur Rahman - not the Bangladesh Test bowler of the same name - as they completed a 10-wicket win in 0.4 overs. Club secretary Adnan Rahman said the deliveries were part of a protest against poor umpiring in the Dhaka Second Division League, and that his team's captain was not allowed to see the coin after the toss. The Bangladesh Cricket Board, which organises club cricket in Dhaka, told AFP they had asked match officials to submit a report before launching a formal investigation. The most runs conceded in a Test innings is Australian left-arm wrist-spinner Chuck Fleetwood-Smith's 1-298, which came from 87 overs against England in 1938.
Bangladesh still searching for maiden away win against New Zealand
Big Picture New Zealand, on account of winning their first three games of the tri-series, have already won the tournament but will look to keep their perfect record in Ireland intact as they play their last game against Bangladesh. In the context of the tournament, the game is a dead rubber, but both teams will look to finish strongly before they move to England for the Champions Trophy. New Zealand have some of their IPL stars back, having already made their presence felt in the last game against Ireland where Corey Anderson, Matt Henry and Adam Milne all took part in dismantling Ireland by 190 runs. Tom Latham, Luke Ronchi, Ross Taylor and Colin Munro are also in form, having made runs during this tri-series. Jeetan Patel's addition to their squad means that looking ahead to the Champions Trophy from this point, New Zealand will have an additional spin option. Patel has taken 10 wickets at an average of 35.30 for Warwickshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup. Bangladesh will want to get one back at New Zealand, having lost to them in all four ODIs they've played since December last year. The two sides also meet in the final group match in the Champions Trophy, and a win would certainly boost their morale. Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar have shown good form but Sabbir Rahman, Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan are yet to play a significant innings in Ireland. Mahmudullah and Mosaddek Hossain would also have to find a way to get more runs in the slog overs. Bangladesh's bowling too must prove, especially going into the Champions Trophy, that it doesn't entirely rely on Mustafizur Rahman for the wickets and Shakib Al Hasan for control. Mashrafe Mortaza, Rubel Hossain, Sunzamul Islam and Mehedi Hasan all have to find a way to deal with a higher-ranked opposition in these conditions. Soumya Sarkar has struck 61 and 87 not out in the tournament, scoring his first fifty in nearly two years © Sportsfile via Getty Images Form guide New Zealand WWWLW (last five completed matches, most recent first) Bangladesh WLLWL In the spotlight Colin Munro blazed 44 off 15 balls against Ireland in their last game, finding his groove with his slogs and switch-hits quite quickly. New Zealand didn't pick him for the Champions Trophy, which means Munro has another chance to make his exclusion look silly. After being without an ODI fifty for nearly two years, Soumya Sarkar now has scores of 61 and 87 not out in the tri-series. It bodes well for the left-hand opener who has been an iffy selection in ODIs since last year. Another big score would get him best prepared for the Champions Trophy. Team news New Zealand included Matt Henry, Adam Milne and Corey Anderson in the XI in their last game, and they are unlikely to make any changes after their 190-run win against Ireland. New Zealand: (probable) 1 Luke Ronchi (wk), 2 Tom Latham (capt), 3 Neil Broom, 4 Ross Taylor, 5 Corey Anderson, 6 Mitchell Santner, 7 Colin Munro, 8 Adam Milne, 9 Scott Kuggeleijn, 10 Ish Sodhi, 11 Matt Henry Taskin Ahmed, Shafiul Islam and Subashis Roy are options available as replacements for Mustafizur Rahman and Rubel Hossain. Imrul Kayes and Nasir Hossain, too, are up for selection if the team management wants to give their batsmen a break. Bangladesh: (probable) 1 Tamim Iqbal, 2 Soumya Sarkar, 3 Sabbir Rahman, 4 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), 5 Mahmudullah, 6 Shakib Al Hasan, 7 Mosaddek Hossain, 8 Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), 9 Sunzamul Islam, 10 Rubel Hossain, 11 Mustafizur Rahman