South Africa Academy 222 (Pienaar 110, Shaker 5-79) and 398 (Hendricks 109, Miller 98, Pienaar 87, Shaker 5-107) drew with BCB Academy 260 (Mithun 88, Sabbir 86) and 231 for 8 (Sabbir 56)
It was eerily similar to the way the first match ended. For the second time in a row, Bangladesh Academy's tail hung on to bat out a close draw against South Africa Academy in Bogra. Set to chase 361, the ninth-wicket pair of Saqlain Sajib and Subashis Roy batted out the last 4.1 overs to end on 231 for 8. In Chittagong, it was the tenth-wicket pair of Subashis and Emon Ahmed who saw the team through for a draw.
Earlier, South Africa's last two wickets added a further 27 before they were bowled out for 398. Cobius Pienaar made 87 before he was caught and bowled by Shaker Ahmed, who took five wickets. Bangladesh got off to a steady start, with their openers adding 63. Keshav Maharaj broke the stand and the visitors struck regulary, never allowing Bangladesh to build threatening stands. Tanveer Haider and Sabbir Rahman added 75 for the sixth wicket before Maharaj got rid of the pair. Sabbir fell for 56 in the 80th over but from then on, the hosts clung on to the tail to see them through to another tense draw.