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  • Warner turns right-handed to bring up half century

    Australia’s David Warner lives up to his billing with a smashing 36-ball 61 in the BPL match against Rangpur Riders in Sylhet. And no, you have not read it wrong. The batsman in fact brought up his half-century while batting right-handed.

  • Smith’s return date in doubt following surgery

    While Australia’s former skipper’s elbow surgery has been hailed as a success, there is doubt about when the player will return to cricket following rehabilitation. The injury also puts doubt on whether he will make it to the 2019 World Cup which is scheduled for May 30 this year.

  • Sawhney named new ICC CEO

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday named Manu Sawhney its new chief executive officer to replace David Richardson, who

  • Extras aided the boys

    I.E.S High School defeated Scholastica Senior Campus Mirpur by seven wickets in their opening fixture of the Dhaka Metro phase of the Prime Bank National School Cricket tournament at the Jaharul Haque Hall field in Dhaka University yesterday.

  • Dhoni, Kohli make it 1-1

    Veteran wicketkeeper Mahendra Singh Dhoni steered India to a six-wicket victory over Australia in the second one-day international to

  • Sixers and Sylhet disappoint, Khulna bag first win

    After a mostly underwhelming first leg on slow and low Dhaka wickets, there was hope that things would liven up when the

  • Talk on

    I think you have to be clever with what you want to do. You have to analyse other batters, and find out their strengths and weakness. And

  • No DRS in Sylhet for now

    The Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) experienced its latest organisational hiccup yesterday when, on the first day of matches of the

  • Kings to have mothers' names on their back

    Rajshahi Kings confirm in a media release that the franchise will wear jerseys with their mothers' names on the back when they step onto the field tomorrow against Dhaka Dynamites.

  • Mahedi shines to sink Sylhet

    Comilla Victorians’ right-arm off-spinner Mahedi Hasan runs riot as his figures of four for 22 runs help his side to win by eight wickets against Sylhet Sixers at the Sylhet International Stadium today.

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