CWAB divided over Lutfar protest

The Cricketer Welfare Association of Bangladesh is divided into two camps over its position in the recent mudslinging war between the Bangladesh Cricket Board high-ups and banned Legends of Rupganj chairman Lutfar Rahman.

Sakib celebrates ‘best two years with amazing wife’

All-rounder Sakib al Hasan and his wife Umme al Hasan Shishir celebrated their second marriage anniversary in grand style on Friday.

BCB’s Badal ban raises eyebrows

The Bangladesh Cricket Board in an unprecedented midnight disciplinary action on Tuesday banned Legends of Rupganj chairman Lutfar Rahman and two other officials, raising quite a few eyebrows.

Ton of emotions as Warner leads Aussies

Australia’s David Warner dedicated his stirring century to tragic team-mate Phillip Hughes Tuesday as emotions over the batsman’s death dominated the delayed first Test against India.

Mudslinging war in local cricket

The temperature in local cricket has suddenly shot up after officials of different Dhaka Premier League clubs got involved in mudslinging over the last few days.

Hat-trick and 400th club goal for Messi in Barca rout

Lionel Messi scored yet another hat-trick and surpassed 400 club goals as Barcelona came from behind to win the Catalan derby 5-1 against Espanyol in La Liga on Sunday.

No room for Sohag in WC probable 30s

The Bangladesh Cricket Board on Saturday announced 30-member preliminary squad for the upcoming ICC World Cup 2015 to be staged in Australia and New Zealand without any major surprise.

Prime Bank punish Sakib’s Legends

Prime Bank Cricket Club crossed a major hurdle in the Dhaka Premier League when they thrashed holders Legends of Rupganj by 95 runs in a crucial tie at the BKSP on Wednesday.

Tigers complete 5-0 sweep

Left-arm spinner Taijul Islam gave selectors a sweet headache before the World Cup picking up a hat-trick on his one-day international debut to set up a five-wicket win over Zimbabwe in Dhaka on Monday.

Tigers await one last roar

Bangladesh will not give Zimbabwe an inch concession as they seek 5-0 clean sweep when they take on the visitors in the fifth and final one-day international in Dhaka today. The match will pull down the curtain of the month-long home series which featured three Test matches and five ODIs.