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  • Another Ashraful ton in vain

    Mohammad Ashraful yesterday hit his fourth century in the Dhaka Premier League, the most by a player in the country's List A

  • Imrul Kayes

    England pip BCB XI by 4 wickets

    England defeat BCB XI by four wickets with 23 balls remaining in the warm-up match against BCB XI today at Khan Shaheb Osman Ali stadium, Fatullah.

  • Dravid Jr. scores century for club team

    Ex- India batsman, The ‘Wall” Rahul Dravid's son Samit seems to be following in his father's footsteps. All of 10 years of age, Samit scored a century in an Under-14 club cricket match at the Loyola ground in Bangalore.

  • Terrific Tamim takes Tigers to Super 10

    Tamim knew it was coming. So did his coach Chandika Hathurrusingha. And that is why the left-handed opener rolled his fingers over his head as a mark of respect towards the dugout after those celebratory punches in the air moments after becoming the first Bangladesh batsman to score a T20I century. Do not forget, he has also become Bangladesh's first batsman to score 1000 runs in the shortest version of the game.

  • Injury spoils Riyad's dream

    Having been in the international arena for eight years, Mahmudullah Riyad must have gone through a number of injuries in the past.

  • Dilshan makes six-less ton record

    Sri Lankan opener Tillakaratne Dilshan hammered a ton against Bangladesh in the 18th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 at Melbourne today.