Out of the 27 cricketers for the Bangladesh Team Skill Camp tested on 18 and 19 September 2020, two cases have been identified as ‘borderline negative’ with one of them showing classical covid-19-like symptoms. As per the Covid-19 management guideline and to maintain Bio-Secure Environment standards, the symptomatic individual along with all the players who have been in close contact...
Squad & Itinerary The Bangladesh Team Skill Camp – September 2020 begins tomorrow (Sunday, 20 September) at the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium. Keeping in mind the restrictions and safety measures for COVID-19, the squad’s training and movement will be regulated through the creation of a Bio-Secure Bubble. SQUAD FOR SKILL CAMP : Mominul Haque, Tamim Iqbal Khan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmud Ullah,...
Former New Zealand batsman was appointed batting consultant for Tour of Sri Lanka 2020 Former New Zealand batsman Craig McMillan, who had been appointed Bangladesh batting consultant for the Tour of Sri Lanka 2020, has informed the BCB that he was not able to undertake the role due to a loss in the family. BCB CEO Nizam Uddin Chowdhury said: “Craig...
The Bangladesh Cricket Board expresses grief and sadness at the passing away of former National cricketer ASM Faruque who breathed his last in Dhaka today (Wednesday, 16 September) evening following a cardiac arrest. Faruque, a former BCB Board Member and councillor, was 75 at the time of his death. The Board extends deepest sympathies to the family of ASM Faruque. One...
- Sept. 17 is a rest day while players and Team Management Staff will undergo COVID-19 tests on Sept. 18 (for those stationed in Dhaka) and Sept. 19 (for those who are arriving in Dhaka from other divisions/districts). - Training (National Team) will resume in Dhaka only on 20 Sept. 2020.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) expresses deep sadness at the passing away of its Head of Security Major Md. Hussain Imam (Retd). Major Imam breathed his last at the Combined Military Hospital, Dhaka today afternoon after suffering a cardiac arrest. He was 61 at the time of his passing. The BCB extends heartfelt condolences and sympathies to the family...
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) confirms that one cricketer and an official have tested positive for COVID-19. Test samples were collected on Monday (07 September) from 24 individuals including 17 players in Dhaka. As they had no visible symptoms leading up to the sample collection, the BCB’s Medical Team has advised the player Saif Hassan and BCB’s Head of Physical...
As part of the BCB’s Coronavirus management plan and to ensure player safety for training sessions leading up to the forthcoming Tour of Sri Lanka, sample for COVID-19 test will be collected from National Team players and probables and relevant support personnel tomorrow (Monday, September 7, 2020). Individual training at SBNCS, Dhaka scheduled to resume on September 9, 2020.
The Bangladesh Cricket Board expresses deep sadness at the passing away of Salam Sarker, father of National Women’s Team cricketer Sharmin Akter Supta. Salam Sarker breathed his last at the Rangpur Medical College Hospital today (Friday, 04 September 2020) following a cardiac arrest. He was 50 at the time of his passing. The BCB extends sympathies and condolences to Sharmin...
The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) is deeply saddened at the passing away of David Capel, former Head Coach of Bangladesh Women’s National Cricket Team. Capel, 57, breathed his last at his home in Northampton, UK today after a long battle with illness. He had been diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2018. Capel was the Bangladesh Women’s Team Head Coach...

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