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National One-Day Cricket League 2005-06

Rajshahi retain their national one-day crown

Mar 10, 2006: Rajshahi clinched their second consecutive National Cricket League one-day crown with two rounds remaining when they secured a five-wicket win against Sylhet

ESPNcricinfo staff

National Cricket League

Rajshahi secure one-day title

Apr 13, 2005: Rajshahi secured their first domestic one-day title with a 140-run victory over Barisal in the ninth round of the National Cricket League at Barisal Stadium

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West Indies v Bangladesh, 1st Test, St Lucia, 4th day

Bangladesh stutter after taking lead

May 31, 2004: Tino Best and Ramnaresh Sarwan transformed the first Test in St Lucia with four wickets in as many overs, as Bangladesh suffered a crippling bout of vertigo on the fourth afternoon of the match

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 1st Test, Harare, 3rd day

Ashraful takes the fight to Zimbabwe

Feb 21, 2004: Mohammad Ashraful flew Bangladesh's flag with pride on the third day of the first Test at Harare

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Bangladesh's captain set to be replaced

Time running out for Mahmud

Dec 12, 2003: Despite Bangladesh's continuing poor form, his own wretched record, and the fact that his own public have taken to jeering him, Khaled Mahmud remains Bangladesh's captain - but rumours emanating from sources close to the Bangladesh Cricket Board

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Bangladesh v England, 3rd ODI, Dhaka

Collingwood and Flintoff lead England home

Nov 12, 2003: England completed a 3-0 clean sweep against Bangladesh with another convincing win, by seven wickets, under the lights at Dhaka with Andrew Flintoff again voted Man of the Match

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 2nd day

England find life hard to digest

Oct 30, 2003: For the seventh day running in this series, England were forced to struggle for the ascendancy

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Bangladesh v England, 1st Test, Dhaka, 5th day

Vaughan takes England home after Harmison's heroics

Oct 25, 2003: Michael Vaughan led England to a seven-wicket victory after Matthew Hoggard and Man of the Match Stephen Harmison wrapped up the Bangladesh second innings early on the final morning at the Bangabandhu Stadium

The Wisden Bulletin by Steven Lynch

Bangladesh v England, 1st Test, Dhaka, 4th day

Holding out for a hero

Oct 24, 2003: If Nasser Hussain was still captain, he would spend this evening's press conference bemoaning his bowlers' lack of "mystery"

The Wisden Verdict by Andrew Miller

Bangladesh v England, 1st Test, Dhaka, 4th day

Bangladesh frustrate England to set up intriguing final day

Oct 24, 2003: Bangladesh proved yesterday's resistance was no fluke with a determined display of batting to finish on 245 for 6, with a lead of 153

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

Bangladesh v England, 1st Test, Dhaka, 2nd day

Trescothick off to a flyer as Harmison grabs five wickets

Oct 22, 2003: England finished the day on 111 without loss

The Wisden Bulletin by Freddie Auld

Unwanted records mounting for Bangladesh

Jul 24, 2003: Bangladesh play their 21st Test match tomorrow when taking on Australia at the second new Test venue in the world within a week, at Cairns in northern Queensland

Lynn McConnell

The return of Mushfiqur Rahman

Jun 2, 2002: Mushfiqur Rahman, the right arm medium pacer from Rajshahi district, hit the eyes in 1998 for the first time

Shahryar Khan

Mushfiqur Rahman Seemed to Be Aggrieved About His Zimbabwe Performance

May 30, 2001: Before the Zimbabwe tour he looked complacent and confident when I met him in BKSP

Shahryar Khan

We Are optimistic To Reverse the Result- Mahbubul Anam

May 5, 2001: In a press briefing held at BCB auditorium, the skipper and the cricketing officials fresh from Zimbabwe were present to run a discussion over Bangladesh's attainment from their first overseas tourthe meeting was chaired by Ashraful Hoque, the

Shahryar Khan

Bangladesh's First Away Test: a Postmortem

Apr 26, 2001: In January, this year, I asked Wayne Philips, the former test cricketer and the present coach of CBCA cricket academy, to comment on Bangladesh's getting the test status

Shahryar Khan

Will Bangladesh Team Disappoint Home Crowd?

Apr 16, 2001: After the disastrous performance in the first two one-days, and a moderately liven up demonstration in the final one, yet, Trevor Chappell has to shuffle his thoughts over the coming test which looks as if an ordeal Bangladesh is going to pass over

Shahryar Khan
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