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    Tigresses warm up well

    The Bangladesh women's cricket team tuned up well in the first official warm-up game against their Irish counterparts ahead of the ICC Women's World Twenty20, which will get underway from November 9 in Guyana. Salma Khatun's side registered a comfortable six-wicket victory over Ireland at the Providence Stadium in Guyana in a day-night match on Sunday.

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    World Cup in West Indies excites Tigresses

    Tigresses are on a roll after their recent successes have garnered the attention of not only fans in Bangladesh but the cricketing fraternity as well. Now they will prepare to embark on a new mission, this time to play in a World Cup.

  • Women seal T20 qualifiers title

    Amidst the disappointing performances from the men's team, the Bangladesh women's cricket team continued to shine bright as Salma Khatun and Co. clinched the ICC Women's World T20 Qualifiers title beating Ireland by 25 runs in the final at the Kampong Cricket Club ground in Netherlands yesterday.

  • Tigresses roar again

    Yesterday at the Malahide Cricket Club Ground in Dublin was a special day for the Bangladesh women's cricket team in more ways than one. They continued their upward graph since winning the Women's T20 Asia Cup in Malaysia earlier this month by winning the second T20I against Ireland by four wickets and taking an unassailable 2-0 lead -- their first bilateral series win -- in the three-match series.

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    We cannot continue to neglect Bangladesh women's cricket

    USD 66,600 or approximately Tk 56 lakh—that is the difference between the yearly salary of the highest graded women cricketers of India and Bangladesh. Indian cricketers receive a daily payment, for their participation in domestic cricket, of Rs 12,500. Bangladesh's cricketers, on the other hand, get paid Tk 600 as match allowance in domestic leagues. That is basically what cricketers who aren't in the national contract play for.

  • Champions of Asia: Bangladesh Women’s Cricket Team

    Not used to such a warm reception, the Bangladesh women's cricket team members were looking around anxiously as the bus carrying the ACC Women's Asia Cup 2018 champions reached the Pan Pacific Sonargaon Hotel in Dhaka yesterday.

  • Tigresses become T20 Asia Cup champions

    Speaker congratulates Tigresses

    The Jatiya Sangsad Speaker congratulates Bangladesh women's cricket team for achieving a historical victory against India in the Asia Cup T-20 cricket final in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

  • Bangladesh women cricket win asia cup

    'We must salute their struggle'

    “No doubt, this success has made everyone happy and brought about an early Eid celebration in the country, but to me it's a different

  • Bangladesh women's team won by seven wickets

    Tigresses through to the final

    The Bangladesh women’s cricket team win their final group match in the Women's T20 Asia Cup, beating Malaysia by 70 runs to book their place in the final against India tomorrow.

  • Bangladesh get first win over Pakistan

    Bangladesh bounced back from their losing streak with a magnificent seven-wicket triumph over Pakistan in the Women's T20 Asia Cup at the Kinrara Academy Oval in Kuala Lumpur yesterday, courtesy of an all-round performance from Fahima Khatun.

  • Bangladesh women's team won by seven wickets

    Tigresses tamed in opening ODI

    The Bangladesh women's cricket team could not capitalise on their positive outing in Wednesday's practice match as they lost the first

  • From paddy fields to national team

    Twelve years ago a girl from the Kamalapur village in Magura used to watch Khaled Mashud's wicketkeeping on her neighbours' television after helping her father in the paddy field.

  • WI beat Bangladesh women by 49 runs

    Bangladesh women fall short by 49 runs in the must win game against West Indies women in ICC Women’s World Twenty20 at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, India.

  • India women beat Bangladesh by 72 runs

    India women beat Bangladesh by 72 runs in the opening game of ICC Women’s World T20 at M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore.

  • Bangladesh Women hungry for big-event exposure

    Bangladesh women are playing their second straight World T20, and have surprised Sri Lanka in the past. But the jarring truth is that they haven't played enough cricket in the build-up to the upcoming global tournament.

  • Women’s squad for T20 WC declared

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) announces the women’s squad for the ICC World Twenty20 to be held in India from March 11, 2016.

  • Ireland lift Women's World T20 Qualifier after thrilling win

    Ireland women beat Bangladesh women by two wickets in the ICC Women's World T20 Qualifier final at Terdthai Cricket Ground in Bangkok.