A tied game, a successful high-scoring chase despite twin hundreds from opposing batsmen and a newcomer felling a giant highlighted the Dhaka Premier League across three venues yesterday.
Runs continue to rain at BKSP-3 with Prime Doleshwar chasing down Prime Bank's 301 for eight to register a five-wicket victory in their Dhaka Premier League encounter yesterday.
Three centuries in a game that saw 691 runs being scored over two innings -- the highest-scoring encounter of this edition of the
The Dhaka Premier League (DPL) gets underway today at three different venues with defending champions Abahani taking on BKSP in one of the three opening day fixtures at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur.
If a player is extremely lucky, a 50-over cricket match will take 14 hours of his time. Under normal -- many may say abnormal --
All the preparations were made from Abahani's side. A sizeable Abahani contingent turned up at BKSP and the noise started from the
It may seem repetitive to keep uttering the name Mashrafe Bin Mortaza when talking of this year's Dhaka Premier League, but there
Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is the name that has hogged the spotlight most for the last two months in the Dhaka Premier League because of
The curtain on the Walton U-18 National Football Championship falls today at the Bangabandhu National Stadium with favourites BKSP fighting against Dhaka for the title.