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18 June, 2019 00:00 00 AM

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Women’s team to play 3 int’l tournaments

SPORTS REPORTER, DHAKA

Keeping the upcoming international schedule in mind, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) women’s wing once again recalls national women’s cricket team for a four-week training camp.

They will unit at the Shaheed Kamtuzzaman Stadium (SKS) in Rajshahi in a bid to hold a string of intense practice sessions.

Bangladesh eves will next go to visit in Holand (the Netherlands) in August for a bilateral series. The Tigresses will then travel to Scoland from the Netherlands for playing the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifiers which will be played in between August and September.

But the main World Cup on 20-over format will be played in Australia towards March, 2020.

It is learnt from the Women’s wing sources that the training camp is being delayed to start for some days because they are busy in preparing visas for the next tours of the players.

Previously the camp was scheduled to begin in Rajshahi on June 15.

As of now they will travel there within the next two days.

Admitting the matter, Nazmul Abideen Fahim, in-charge of the BCB Women’s wing said that the team has hectic international schedule ahead as they will play three international tournaments on the trot in the next three months.

“Our women’s team will first go in tour to the Netherlands for a bilateral series in August. By then, they will travel to Scotland from the Netherlands for the ICC World Cup Qualifier, which will be played in between August - September,” said Nazmul Abideen Fahim.

“We have then talks to tour to Pakistan to play another bilateral series which was a part of reciprocal tour. our Pakistani counterparts had toured in October last year,” Faheem told The Independent at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Mirpur recently. The in-charge of the BCB women's wing also informed that they will arrange some more tours if they could qualify for the main World T20 in Australia.

 

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