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10 February, 2019 00:00 00 AM
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Women’s NCL gets underway Feb 12

Sports Reporter, Dhaka

Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) women’s wing decided to start National Cricket League (NCL) for the 2018-2019 season of the women’s cricket. With the participation of the eight divisional teams, the league will get underway at different venues across the country on February 12. Like the previous occasions, this edition of the NCL for women’s cricket will also be held on 50-over format.

Nazmul Abedin Faheem, team operation manager of the BCB Women’s wing revealed all to The Independent at his BCB office of the Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium (SBNCS) in Mirpur yesterday.

“We have given a five-player pool for each divisional team in case of forming the respective divisional team. For this we have formed an extended pool with top forty players where our national team’s players have also been included there,” said Nazmul Abedin Faheem.“We have kept the strength of each team in mind so that forming the teams could equally be balanced. The rest of the players will be filled up with the out of the pool players, who will have been enlisted,” Faheem told this reporter.

“But those who will not have sufficient players to form the team could take players (out of the list) from other division or divisions. We have also kept the option open for all,” he added.

When asked about any binding to choose players, the team operation manager said that they have remained the option ‘open’ so the additional players of a division could at least get chance to play not to sit idle.

“There is no binding in that way,” he replied.

“There are some divisions where the number of the women’s players is lesser. We have kept no binding because those who will have enough players after forming their team, the rest of the players could get opportunity to play that will be good for them and the team as well,” he added.

“We have a national team. If we get to see any outstanding performance of any player we will think of her,” he responded to another query.

Faheem said that they have prepared their schedule to finish the league on February 26, the tournament that will evolve through on league basis and so each team will get chance to play seven matches.

“They will play their domestic cricket whatever the domestic cricket or international cricket have or have not. They will play their own games so that they could stay at least in their game practice,” Nazmul said.

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