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  • 'Deflated before the start'

    “A transparent policy regarding the allotment of umpires in different domestic leagues can be the first step if we honestly want to

  • Bangladeshi Pacer Taskin Ahmed

    'Need to get fitter'

    Fitness, or the lack of it, is the latest excuse offered by troubled national pacer Taskin Ahmed. He had previously stated that he needed

  • One of the best leagues: Mashrafe

    It may seem repetitive to keep uttering the name Mashrafe Bin Mortaza when talking of this year's Dhaka Premier League, but there

  • Nazmul, Nasir seal Abahani's 19th title

    All the preparations were made from Abahani's side. A sizeable Abahani contingent turned up at BKSP and the noise started from the

  • Champions at BKSP or Mirpur?

    Mashrafe Bin Mortaza is the name that has hogged the spotlight most for the last two months in the Dhaka Premier League because of

  • A mysterious turn of events

    Abahani have formed such a good team that the traditional powerhouse clinching the league title cannot be a big surprise for anyone.

  • Mashrafe keeps rolling

    At the age of 34, with 17 years of top-level cricket already having tortured his knees, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza yesterday created a

  • 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

  • Liton Das

    Liton ton in vain

    Bangladesh’s smashing batsman Liton Das’s third ton in this season’s Dhaka Premier League (DPL) goes in vain as Rupganj chase down the target of 258 against Prime Doleshwar with five wickets to spare in the Super League phase match at Mirpur’s Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.

  • Indians dominate the day

    The Dhaka Premier League has over the years seen Pakistani players dominating the number of foreign recruits. The Sri Lankans also

  • Cream of the crop set for battle

    The excitement of the Dhaka Premier League will be ramped up as the top six clubs, with very little separating them in the points

  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza

    Mash, Menaria dominate first phase

    On completion of the first phase of the Dhaka Premier League on Tuesday, two interesting names topped the list of achievers --

  • Sk Jamal complete Super League line-up

    On an eventful last day of Dhaka Premier League's first phase yesterday Legends of Rupganj missed a chance to finish at par with

  • Mohammad Ashraful

    Ashraful ton in vain

    Mohammed Ashraful third ton in this season's Dhaka Premier League (DPL) goes in vain as Mohammedan Sporting Club win by two wickets at Savar's BKSP.

  • Agrani down Brothers by 3 wickets

    Agrani Bank defeat Brothers Union by 3 wickets as they chased down Brother’s 289 with five balls to spare in the Dhaka Premier League (DPL) at Fatullah.

  • Last-over drama drowns Abahani

    Prime Doleshwar pulled off a thrilling three-run win against leaders Abahani in a Dhaka Premier League game at the Sher-e-Bangla

  • Mashrafe Bin Mortaza

    Abahani win following Mash’s four-in-four

    Youngster Nazmul Hossain Shanto struck a fantastic 123-ball 133 to help Abahani post 290 on the board against Agrani Bank before Mashrafe bags four wickets in four deliveries to see Abahani win in the Dhaka Premier League match at Fatullah.

  • Uday Kaul

    Uday’s ton hands Shinepukur victory over Khelaghar

    A fantastic ton from India’s Uday Kaul hands Shinepukur Cricket Club victory over Khelaghar Samaj Kallyan Samity by 88 runs in the Dhaka Premier League game at Savar.

  • Sheikh Jamal beat Mohammedan by 1 wicket

    In a high-scoring cliffhanger, Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club defeats Mohammedan Sporting Club by one wicket with 2 balls remaining in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No. 3 Ground.

  • Sk Jamal win thriller

    Iftekhar Sajjad captured four wickets after Junaed Siddique hit a hundred as Brothers Union upset Mohammedan Sporting Club by 129 runs in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League at BKSP.

  • Liton’s 136 propels Abahani to 333

    Abahani Limited rode on Liton Das’s blistering knock of 136 to pile up 333 in 49.5 overs against Legends of Rupganj in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No. 4 Ground today.

  • DPL resumes today

    The Dhaka Premier League resumes today as the second batch of matches of the ninth round will be played in three venues, with league leaders Gazi Group Cricketers looking to consolidate their position by winning today's match against ninth-placed Khelaghar Samaj Kallyan Samity in Fatullah.

  • Abahani beat Mohammedan by 27 runs

    Despite skipper Raqibul Hasan’s brilliant knock of 190, his side Mohammedan Sporting Club went down by 27 runs against their arch-rival Abahani Limited in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No. 4 Ground today.

  • Abahani thump Prime Bank by 107 runs

    Abahani Limited thumped Prime Bank Cricket Club by 107 runs in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No. 3 Ground today.

  • Sheikh Jamal overwhelm Brothers Union by 92 runs

    Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club overwhelm Brothers Union by 92 runs in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium, Fatullah today.

  • Gazi Group beat Abahani by 25 runs

    Gazi Group Cricketers defeated Abahani Limited by 25 runs in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP No. 3 Ground today.

  • Gazi Group beat Prime DSC by 35 runs

    Gazi Group Cricketers defeated Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club by 35 runs in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No.3 ground today.

  • End of Tigers' participation?

    There is a possibility that the national players may not feature in the Dhaka Premier League any more this season as the inclement weather has forced organisers to reschedule the fourth round of the competition.

  • Khelaghar thump Partex by 77 runs

    Khelaghar Samaj Kallyan Samity defeated Partex Sporting Club by 77 runs during the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No. 4 ground today.

  • Hostilities to resume after break

    The Dhaka Premier League is set to resume after a three-day breakfor Pahela Baishakh festivities.

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