VOL NO REGD NO DA 1589

Monday, August 21, 2006

HEADLINE

POLITICS & POLICIES

METRO/COUNTRY

EDITORIAL

OPINIONS & VIEWS

LETTER TO EDITOR

COMPANIES & FINANCE

National Day of Malaysia

BUSINESS/FINANCE

LEISURE & ENTERTAINMENT

MARKET & COMMODITIES

SPORTS

WORLD

 

FE Specials

URBAN PROPERTY

FE Education

FE Information Technology

Special on Logistics

NATIONAL DAY OF EGYPT

Saturday Feature

Asia/South Asia

 

Feature

13th SAARC SUMMIT DHAKA-2005

SWISS NATIONAL DAY 2006

57th Republic Day of India

US TRADE SHOW

 

 

 

Archive

Site Search

 

HOME

SPORTS
 
BCCB-Pak Academy match drawn
8/21/2006
 

          The first four-day match between touring Bangladesh Cricket Control Board (BCCB) National Cricket Academy team and Pakistan National Cricket Academy team ended in a draw on day four at the Quaid-e-Azam Park Stadium in Karachi Sunday, reports UNB.
Having an overall six-run lead, the BCCB Academy team earlier resumed their 2nd innings with overnight score of 49 for no loss in 16 overs and made 205 in 93 overs losing one wicket when the bails were drawn for the 4th day.
Overnight batsman Nazmus Sadat, who was batting with 32, added another 29 to score 61 runs off 138 balls with two fours before he was bowled by Fawwad Alam.
Another overnight Mehrab Hossain Jr. remained unbeaten at the crease with 56 runs that featured two fours.
Number three Zahir-ul-Islam, who scored innings highest 104 runs in the 1st innings, also remained unbeaten in the 2nd innings making 62 runs off 160 balls, including seven fours.
Fawwad Alam took the lone wicket for Pakistan National Cricket Academy team giving away 25 runs in 18.4 overs.
Earlier, the BCCB Academy team scored 340 runs in their first innings while Pakistan Cricket Academy team pilled up 383 in their first innings.
The BCCB Academy team will meet their opponent in the second four-dayer on Aug 23 in Multan.
On completion of the four-day affairs, the first one-day match will be held on Aug 27 at the Sheikhupura Cricket Stadium while the 2nd one-day match at the Jhainna Stadium in Sialkot on Aug 31.
The visiting BCCB Academy team will play their 3rd one-dayer at the Bagh-e-Jinnah Stadium in Lahore on September 2.

 

 
  More Headline
Roni wins silver in 100 metre breaststroke
Women win but menís team lose in kabaddi
Mizan wins bronze in 77 kg
India rubbish Aussie claims over Chappell's future
Gunners misfire as English Premiership kicks off
BCCB-Pak Academy match drawn
Roddick storms into second straight Cincy final
Man Utd trounce Fulham 5-1
Magura beats Bangladesh Navy by 2-1 goals
Ball controversy mars Oval Test
Top 10-bound Hingis books finals berth
west indies cricket
ballseye
Peirsol breaks own 200m backstroke world record
Sri Lanka cancels rain-hit cricket series against India
 

Print this page | Mail this page | Save this page | Make this page my home page

About us  |  Contact us  |  Editor's panel  |  Career opportunity | Web Mail

 

 

 

 

Copy right @ financialexpress.com