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    <*> Bangladesh in Zimbabwe 2004 <*>



    1st Test: Zimbabwe v Bangladesh at Harare, 19-23 Feb 2004

    Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to bat first.

    Latest Score = Zimbabwe 151/4 (58.0 ov)

    Batsmen out
    1. D Ebrahim 65 {8*4}
    2. T Gripper 0
    3. S Carlisle 58 {6*4 & 1*6}
    4. G Flower 5


    Bangla' bowling figures
    • Manjural Islam {11 overs 2 maidens 0/32}
    • Tapash Baisya {15 overs 2 maidens 2/43}
    • Mushfiqur Rahman {12 overs 3 maidens 0/37}
    • Mohammad Rafique {17.2 overs 2 maidens 2/35}
    • Manjural Islam Rana {2 overs 1 maiden 0/1}


    batsmen @ crease
    • T Taibu 10* {1*4}
    • S Ervine 11* {2*4}



    #2
    scorecard @ stumps day - 1 {175/4 {74.0 overs}



    batsmen @ crease on stumps day - 1
    • T Taibu 18* {2*4}
    • S Ervine 25* {2*4}


    Bangla' bowling figures @ stumps day - 1

    • Manjural Islam {16 overs 5 maidens 0/38}
    • Tapash Baisya {17 overs 2 maidens 2/47}
    • Mushfiqur Rahman {12 overs 3 maidens 0/37}
    • Mohammad Rafique {22 overs 3 maidens 2/41}
    • Manjural Islam Rana {7 overs 2 maiden 0/10}


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      #3
      good day for Bangladesh - don't count out Zimbabwe!
      If anything in this life is certain, if history has taught us anything, it is that you can kill anyone. Michael Corleone

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        #4
        Bangladesh playing Zimbabwe! Promises to be a cracker of a series.... the tension must be mounting non-stop!
        "Let your friends underestimate your virtues. Let your enemies overestimate your faults." - Godfather.

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          #5
          After the performance of Canadian Cricket team in world cup and beating Bangladesh, I think Bangladesh should visit Canada. I don't think India and Pakistan will ever play Sahara Cup here

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            #6


            Zimbabwe 1st innings 441 / all out

            Bangladesh 1st innings 14/1

            scorecard @ stumps day - 2

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              #7
              scorecard @ stumps day - 3

              Bangladesh 1st innings 313/9

              Bangladesh trail by 128 runs with 1 wicket remaining in the 1st innings

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                #8
                scorecard @ stumps day - 4



                Bangladesh 1st innings 331/ all out

                Zimbabwe 2nd Innings 242/8 declared

                Bangladesh set a daunting target of 353 to win their 1st ever test match!!!!

                Bangladesh 2nd Innings 25/5

                Andy Blignaut got a hattrick

                Bangladesh require another 328 runs with 5 wickets remaining on the final day of the match

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                  #9
                  25/5 is a typically bengali scorecard

                  blignaut
                  ~*~Pakistan hamari jaan, sabse pehley Pakistan~*~

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                    #10
                    Zimbabve so far winning the battle of the minnows. If Bangaldesh can't beat Zimbabve, I think they should only be allowed to play against nations like Canada, Nambia or Papua New Ginuea.
                    Everyone has the right to be stupid. Some people abuse the privilege - Joseph Stallin.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by yaasir:
                      Zimbabve so far winning the battle of the minnows. If Bangaldesh can't beat Zimbabve, I think they should only be allowed to play against nations like Canada, Nambia or Papua New Ginuea.

                      You’re absolutely right about that; bangla team doesn't deserve to be a test team.

                      ICC should develop a minor league; I think it will help teams like Bangladesh, Canada, Kenya, Papua New Guinea, UAE, Netherlands, Scotland, Namibia and other nations to get experience.

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                        #12
                        ICC 6 Nations Challenge

                        Bangladesh should be included in this competition.

                        ICC 6 Nations Challenge in UAE (Feb 29 - March 6, 2004)

                        Scottish cricket selectors have confirmed the 14 strong, Lloyds TSB Scotland Scottish senior cricket squad that will compete at the ICC 6 Nations Challenge Tournament in Dubai between 29 February and 6 March 2004. The tournament will feature six associate member countries, including the hosts (United Arab Emirates), Scotland, Namibia, Holland, USA and Canada. The winning nation will secure the final qualifying place for the ICC Champions Trophy to be played in England in September 2004. The selected LTSBS Scotland squad confirms recent speculation that both 29 year-old Gavin Hamilton (Durham, right) and 34 year-old Dougie Brown (Warwickshire) will feature in the Scotland line-up. Both players have completed their mandatory four-year absence from the Scotland line-up after last playing forEngland. Hamilton competed for Scotland at the 1999 World Cup whilst Brown last donned a Scotlandshirt in 1990. Announcing the squad, Tony Judd, the national coach commented: “The side provides selectors with plenty of options when going into games and I honestly believe that the team travelling out there has the all round capabilities to compete and win in Dubai.” Referring to the make-up of the squad, Judd added: “The side is heavily orientated to the conditions we expect to face over there and hence the inclusion of three spinners. It now really gets down to delivering our best form when it counts the most.” Craig Wright, Scottish Cricket Captain commented: “It’s exciting for us to go into a tournament of this stature with all bar one of our best players available. It is disappointing to be missing Colin (Smith) but his absence provides a fantastic opportunity for Jamie Kerr (Carlton CC). It’s also great to see Gavin (Hamilton) and Dougie (Brown) back in Scotland colours whose ability and experience can only assist us in our desire to win this competition.” Wright added: “The guys have been training really well and showing some good form in practice.” Ian Botham, legendary former England Test player and patron of Scottish Cricket Ltd, offered his own words of support: “Dubai is a great place to go … I’m sure Scotland can go out there and win it. It’s a different ball game if they do … it will open the floodgates to many opportunities.” Susan Rice, Chief Executive of Lloyds TSB Scotland, the main sponsor of Scottish Cricket said: “This is an exciting time for everyone involved with Scottish cricket. The tournament is a great opportunity for the senior Scotland squad to compete at the highest level and demonstrate the quality of the game inScotland. Lloyds TSB Scotland wishes the team every success and we all look forward to following their progress throughout the tournament.” LTSBS Scotland Squad – 6 Nations Challenge Tournament, UAE, 2004 Craig Wright (Carlton and Captain) Ryan Watson (Forfarshire) Douglas Lockhart (West of Scotland) Greg Williamson (Clydesdale) Dougie Brown (Warwickshire) Gavin Hamilton (Durham) Jamie Kerr (Carlton) Fraser Watts (Carlton) James Brinkley (Worcester CC) John Blain (unattached) Majid Haq (Ferguslie) Gregor Maiden (Grange) Ian Stanger (Greenock) Paul Hoffmann (Uddingston) Tony Judd (National Coach) Peter Drinnen (Technical Director) Euan McIntyre (Team Manager) Notes: The winner of the ICC Six Nations Challenge will play both Australia and New Zealand in the ICC Champions Trophy in September, 2004. The 2004 tournament marks the second ICC Six Nations Challenge and the first time that it will feature six Associate Member countries. The inaugural 2002 tournament in Namibia was contested by Canada,Holland, Kenya, Namibia, Sri Lanka 'A' and Zimbabwe 'A'. Kenya won the tournament. Scotland wicket keeper, Colin Smith, who joined the police in the autumn of 2003, is unavailable for selection due to police training commitments.

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                          #13
                          good win for Zimbabwe - well done to Andy Blignaut for his first ever Test game hat-trick.

                          this win is also special for Heath Streak for his 200 wickts in test game - well done skipper!

                          Bangladesh? hmm bahha - hats off to Mohammad Ashraful
                          If anything in this life is certain, if history has taught us anything, it is that you can kill anyone. Michael Corleone

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                            #14
                            final scorecard @ stumps day - 5



                            Bangladesh 2nd Innings 169/ all out

                            Zimbabwe won by 183 runs

                            Zimbabwe leads the 2-Test series 1-0

                            deja vu for the boundous...

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                              #15
                              Bangladesh's new captain, Habibul Bashar...first innings got out on 0 from 2 balls, and second innings, got out on 0 from 3 balls. Hats off to the captain
                              Everyone has the right to be stupid. Some people abuse the privilege - Joseph Stallin.

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