NCL: Dhaka Div takes 61-run lead over Barisal Div  | Greenwatch Dhaka | The leading online daily of Bangladesh

NCL: Dhaka Div takes 61-run lead over Barisal Div 


Dhaka – Dhaka Division took an overall 61 runs lead over Barisal Division in a Tier 1 match on the 3rd day of the four-day National Cricket League at the Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium in Khulna on Sunday.Replying to Dhaka Division’s first innings total 250 runs, Barisal Division resumed the first innings with overnight total 201 for 6 in 77 overs and were all out for 299 runs in 102 overs. Nuruzzaman, who was in batting with 51 runs, scored 68 runs off 185 balls featuring eight fours and one six, lower order Shamsul Islam contributed another half century making 56 runs off 108 balls with the help of six boundaries while Monir Hossain made 14-ball 24 runs with five fours.Shuvagata Hom claimed four wickets for 62 runs, Mohammad Sharif and Mosharraf Hossain took two wickets each conceding 65 and 66 runs respectively.In reply, Dhaka Division opened the 2nd innings and scored 110 for 3 in 38 runs when the bails were drawn for the 3rd day (Sunday).National colured top order batsman Raqibul Hasan was in batting with 39 runs off 96 deliveries featuring four boundaries, one down Zahiduzzaman scored 22-ball 37 runs with five four and two sixes while opener Rony Talukder made 89-ball 28 runs with four.Shohag Gazi, Salman Hossain and Monir Hossan took one wicket each giving away 11, 22 and 27 runs respectively . Dhaka Division 1st innings: 250 all out in 102,1 overs (Overnight 231/7 in 90 overs) Rony Talukdar 68, Mohammad Sharif 58, Taiabur Parvez 46, Salman Hossain 4/38, Monir Hossain 3/53, Tanvire Islam 2/26.2nd innings: 110 for 3 in 38 overs; Raqibul Hasan batting 39, Zahiduzzamnan 37, Rony Talukder 28, Salman Hossain, Mionir Hossain and Shohag Gazi Barisal Division 1st innings: 299 all out in 102 overs (Overnight 201 for 6 in 77 overs); Shohag Gazi 73, Nuruzzaman 68, Shamsul Alam not out 56 , Shahin Hossain 30, Monir Hossain 24, Shuvagata Hom 3/53, Mosharraf Hossain 2/55,UNB news agency


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