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Tigers leave in high spirits

Tigers leave in high spirits

A majority of the national players are looking forward to regaining form in the upcoming West Indies series. While a number of players -- before the team started their journey towards Grenada yesterday -- expected it to be a 'difficult' series, they hope to rise to the occasion. Anamul Haque Bijoy, one of the...

Squad all but finalised

Squad all but finalised

Seven players from Bangladesh's 23-member preliminary squad for the three ODIs against India have been selected to play three one-dayers and two T20 games against the West Indies High Performance Unit. The move effectively rules them out of the three-match India series which begins on June 13. Forhad Reza, Soumya Sarker, Arafat Sunny, Sabbir...

Streak in town

Streak in town

Bangladesh's newly appointed bowling coach Heath Streak reached Dhaka last night in a bid to join the Bangladesh camp ahead of their India series. Upon reaching the Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport, a visibly weary Streak broke into a wry smile after he saw a huge media contingent waiting for him outside the airport. With...

Streak to take charge of Tigers' bowling

Streak to take charge of Tigers' bowling

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) yesterday announced the appointment of former Zimbabwe Test captain Heath Streak as the specialist bowling coach of the national team. The all-rounder, who played 65 Tests and 189 ODIs, has agreed to a two-year term with the BCB during which time he will work with the Bangladesh team for 450 days. According to the BCB media committee chairman Jalal Yunus, the deal was penned on Sunday evening. “Heath Streak's experience and record speaks for him. As a coach he has worked with some top bowling coaches in the international arena. He has told us that coaching was his passion and we really appreciate that kind of...

Streak Tigers’ new bowling coach

Streak Tigers’ new bowling coach

Former Zimbabwean pacer Heath Streak has been appointed as the specialist bowling coach of the national cricket team, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) officially announced today. “Streak has been appointed on the post for next two years and will be working for 450 days with the Tigers during the period,” Jalal Yunus, media committee chairman of BCB, said at his Sher-e Bangla National Stadium office in Mirpur. He [Streak] was the most discussed name for the position as the Tigers' home series against India is on the verge, Jalal added. The Zimbabwean will arrive in Bangladesh by next month, sources said.  Streak has a reputation for his controlled bowling length, stamina and strict economy...

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