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  • NZ want run-out review after odd dismissal

    New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has called for a review of run-out rules following the bizarre dismissal of Neil Wagner in the second Test against Bangladesh.

  • Hridoy's 7 powers Narayanganj

    A double hattrick from Hridoy Hossain powered Narayanganj to a massive 9-0 win over Chuwadanga in the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Championship at Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Udayachal trump Old DOHS

    Fardeen Hasan slammed 108 as Udayachal Club posted a nine-wicket victory over Old DOHS Sports Club in the First Division Cricket League at the BKSP yesterday.

  • U-16s leave for Japan today

    Bangladesh U-16 women's football team will leave for Japan today to take part in the J-Green Sakai Lady's Festival as part of their preparation for September's AFC U-16 Women's Championship in Thailand.

  • How prepared is Hyderabad?

    How smooth will be the conduct of the one-off Test between Bangladesh and India scheduled to start on February 9 at the Rajiv Gandhi stadidm in southern Indian city of Hyderabad?

  • Fizz issue a cloudy one

    Bangladesh's pace sensation Mustafizur Rahman remained an almost forgotten member in the team during Bangladesh's two Tests against New Zealand.

  • Dowling -- an old friend of Bangladesh cricket

    There are a number of avid promoters of Bangladesh cricket and former New Zealand captain Graham Dowling is one of them. He was one of the three-man ICC inspection team that visited Bangladesh in March 2000 to assess the country's application for Test status.

  • Rabbi shines in bleak tour

    Pace bowler Kamrul Islam Rabbi was a fringe player on his Test debut against England in Chittagong last year.

  • Positives in defeat

    Bangladesh's nine-wicket defeat in Christchurch brought an end to a terrible tour of New Zealand.

  • Tamim takes blame for 'lazy' Bangladesh

    Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal branded his side "lazy" after a batting implosion saw New Zealand cruise to a nine-wicket win in the second Test at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Monday.

  • Bangladesh sweeps were not cakewalks

    New Zealand's nine-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the second Test at Hagley Oval on Monday appeared to be an easy victory on paper though captain Kane Williamson felt it was far from that.

  • ‘BD Test will be conducted smoothly’

    How smoothly will be the one-off Test match between Bangladesh and India scheduled to start on 9 February at the Rajiv Gandhi stadium in southern Indian city of Hyderabad conducted?

  • Bangladesh to get four mini turfs

    The Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) is all set to get four mini artificial turfs in four different districts under the AFC Mini Pitch scheme as an inspection team of Limonta Sport, an appointed company of Asian Football Confederation, yesterday arrived in the capital to assess the project areas.

  • Rain a bane for all concerned

    “It is the worst summer we are experiencing this year,” a lady in her 40s grunted while having a chat with this reporter.

  • Rain washes out Day 3

    Rain washed out the third day’s play of the second and final Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand at the Hagley Oval today.

  • Dhaka blank Chittagong

    Dhaka, Jessore and Naogaon notched up victories in the Agrani Bank 26th National Youth Hockey Competition at the Maulana Bhasani Hockey Stadium yesterday.

  • Choton leaves camp

    Bangladesh under-16 national women's football team coach Golam Rabbani Choton and his assistant Mahbubur Rahman Litu left the ongoing training camp yesterday after a disagreement with Bangladesh Football Federation's (BFF) technical and strategic director Paul Smalley.

  • Shakhir's 126 leads Shinepukur

    A brilliant 126 from Shakhir Hossain Shuvro led Shinepukur Cricket Club to a comfortable seven wicket win over Young Pegasus Club at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in the First Division cricket league yesterday.

  • Injured batsmen leave NZ

    Bangladesh's injured top order batsmen will return home this week in order to focus on their rehabilitation ahead of the India Test in February.

  • Rubel X-ray comes out fine

    An X-ray conducted on Bangladesh fast bowler Rubel Hossain's right elbow after play on the first day of the second Test in Christchurch yesterday revealed no fracture, which is good news for Bangladesh on what has so far been an injury-mired tour of New Zealand.

  • NZ trail BD by 29 runs after day 2

    New Zealand were 260 for 7 trailing Bangladesh by 29 runs in their first innings when play was abandoned for the day due to rain at Hagley Oval, Christchurch today.

  • Shakib’s triple strike makes it even

    Shakib Al Hasan got three wickets off nine deliveries deep into the final session on the second day as Bangladesh came back strongly in the second Test against New Zealand at the Hagley Oval today.

  • Kottan issue hanging

    The possible appointment of George Kottan as the head coach of the Bangladesh national team is seemingly hanging in the balance after the 70-year-old Austrian demanded high salary from the game's governing body.

  • Bangladesh says no

    Even though Bangladesh's women's teams have recently been doing well both at junior and senior level in international tournaments, BFF has surprisingly decided not to send the women's national team to the AFC Women's Asian Cup Qualifiers, which will get underway in Amman on April 3.

  • Tigresses battered

    Bangladesh women's series against South Africa ended on a poor note as the hosts crumbled to an eight-wicket defeat in the fifth one-day at the Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium at Cox's Bazar yesterday as Rumana Ahmed and co ended up losing the series 4-1.

  • Audience with an all-round king

    New Zealand cricket great Sir Richard Hadlee said Bangladesh should get enough opportunity to play Test cricket against top teams like Australia, England and South Africa.

  • Siddikur facing cut in Singapore

    Siddikur Rahman was facing cut in the SMBC Singapore Open, the first Asian Tour event of the season, after racking up one-over-par (72) in consecutive rounds.

  • Bangladesh 289 all out

    Bangladesh score 289 before being bowled out in what was the final over of the opening day of the second Test at the Hagley Oval.

  • NZ restrict BD to 289 after day 1

    New Zealand captain Kane Williamson wins the toss and asks Bangladesh to bat in the second Test of the two-match series on a green pitch in Christchurch.

  • Army win title

    Bangladesh Army clinched the title of Victory Day Kabbadi tournament with a 25-19 win over Border Guard Bangladesh at the Kabaddi Stadium in Paltan yesterday.