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Dhaka DS take 143-run lead against Dhaka Metro

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14th-May-2014       
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Dhaka Division South took 143 runs lead against Dhaka Metropolis on the second day of a 3-day match of the Young Tigers U-18 National Cricket Competition at Sheikh Jamal Stadium in Faridpur on Tuesday.
Replying to Dhaka DS 294 runs in the first innings, Dhaka Met opened the first innings on the 2nd day (Tuesday) and was dismissed for 173 runs in 78.4 overs.
Number five batsman Rabbi Hasan scored the team's highest 69 runs while Abu Sufian (18) and Shakib Murad (17) were the other notable scorers for Dhaka Met.
Saif Hasan claimed 3 wickets for 33 runs while Ahasanullah Himel, Fahim bin Nir and Rokibul Islam Raza took 2 wickets each conceding 13, 30 and 35 runs respectively.
Dhaka DS (294 runs in the first innings) opened the 2nd innings and scored 22 runs for no loss in 8 overs at stumps on the day.
Rokibul Islam Raza and Shaikat Hossain were in batting scoring 12 and 4 runs respectively.
Brief score:
Dhaka DS first innings: 294 for 9 in 90 overs; Rayan Rafsan 93, Shaikat Hossain not out 51, Shariar Shuvo 46, Saif Hasan 45, Md Santu 5/80.
Dhaka DS 2nd Innings 22 for no loss in 8 overs, Rokibul Islam Raza batting 12, Shaikat Hossain batting 4.
Dhaka Metro first innings: 173 for all in 78.4 overs; Rabbi Hasan 69, Saif Hasan 3/33, Ahasanullah Himel 2/13, Fahim bin Nir 2/30, Rokibul Islam Raza 2/35.
The day's other match, Chittagong Division trailed by 56 runs against BKSP at Barisal Divisional Stadium.
The day's match, BKSP resumed the first innings with overnight 20 runs for no loss in 7 overs, and was dismissed for 294 runs in 81.5 overs.
Two down Abdul Qayum scored 97 runs off 131 balls with 10 boundaries and four over boundaries while opener Abbas Musa scored 51 runs and skipper Zakir Hasan added 36 runs.
Sifat Islam (not out 21), Zakir Ali Anik (21) Shahanur Rahman (17) were the other notable scorers for BKSP.
Nayeem Hasan claimed 4 wickets for 68 runs while Mehedi Arafat captured 3 wickets conceding 69 runs.
Chittagong Division (203 runs in the first innings) opened the 2nd innings and scored 35 runs for 5 in 17 overs, at stumps on the day.
Tohidul Islam and Susanto Das were in batting scoring 8 and 2 runs respectively.
Sifat Islam claimed four wickets for 11 runs while Shahanur Rahman took the other wicket conceding 1 run.
Brief score:
Chittagong Div first innings: 203 for all in 82.2 overs; Kafiluddin 69, Tohidul Islam 42, Shahanur Rahman 3/16, Sifat Islam 3/39.
Chittagong Div 2nd Innings: 35 for 5 in 17 overs; Tohidul Islam batting 8, Susanto Das batting 2, Sifat Islam 4/11, Shahanur Rahman 1/1.
BKSP first innings: 294 for all in 81.5 overs (overnight 20 for no loss in 7 overs); Abdul Qayum 97, Abbas Musa 51, Zakir Hasan 36, Nayeem Hasan 4/68, Mehedi Arafat 3/69.

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