Khagrachhari, Sep 17 (UNB)- Perachara High School emerged champions in the inter-school boys’ football of 46th Summer Sports Competition beating Gomti Bk high School of Matiranga by 2-1 goals at the Khagrachhari Stadium recently.
Khagrachhari District Education Office arranged the meet.
Besides, Khagrachhari Govt Girls High School emerged champions in the inter-school girls’ football while Mohalchari High School clinched boys’ handball cup, Khagrachhari Govt Girls High School clinched girls’ handball cup, Khagrachhari Natun Kuri Cantonment High School clinched boys’ Kabaddi cup and Mohalchari High School clinched girls’ Kabaddi cup.
Chairman of Taskforce Kujendra Lal Tripura distributed the prizes among the winners and runners-up teams of the meet.
Dhaka, Sep 17 (UNB)-Bangladesh U-18 Football team will fly for Nepal on Wednesday morning to participate in the SAFF Under-18 Championship 2019 at the APF Stadium in Kathmandu of Nepal.
The championship will be held from September 20 from September 29.
SAFF runners-up Bangladesh has been put in the three-team Group B along with India and Sri Lanka while Group A comprises of defending champions and hosts Nepal, Maldives, Bhutan and Pakistan.
Bangladesh team will start their campaign taking on Sri Lanka in their first match on September 21 and will play their last group match against India on September 25.
Top two teams from each group will play the semifinals on September 27 while the winners of the semis will play final on September 29, at APF Stadium in the Nepalese capital.
Bangladesh Football Federation (BFF) announced a 30-member squad, comprising of 23 booters and 7 officials for the competition at a press conference in BFF House on Tuesday.
Team Manager Md Amer Khan, Head Coach Andrew Peter Turner, Assistant coaches Qazi Altabul Haq, Rased Ahmed and captain Yeasin Arafat were present on the occasion.
Bangladesh is going to participate for the third time in the SAFF U-18 Championships, which was previously known as SAFF U-19 Championship.
Bangladesh squad: Md Mohiuddin, Mitul Marma, Shanto Kumer Ray, Yeasin Arafat, Uttam Chandra Roy, Sadekujaman Fahim, Md Emon Khan, Kazi Rahad Mia, Rakibul Islam, Tnabir Hossain, Md Ridoy, Fahim Morshed, Omar Faruq Mithu, Md Emon Ali, Md Sagor Hossain, Dipok Roy, Md Jamir Uddin, Foysal Ahmed Fahim, Samrat Ahmed, Naiyem Hossain, Nihat Jaman Ucchash, Maraz Hossain, Amir Khan Bappi.
Dhaka, Sept 17 (UNB)– Saif Sporting Club earned a comfortable 3-0 goals victory over Sheikh Russel KC in the Walton Under-18 Football Tournament at the floodlight Bangabandhu National Stadium here on Tuesday evening.
Sujon, Emon Mollah and Emon scored one goal each for Saif SC, which dominated the first half by a solitary goal.
In the day’s other match, Brothers Union Club beat Chattogram Abahani Limited by 2-1 goals at the same venue on Tuesday afternoon.
Ashish put the Gopibagh outfit Brothers Union ahead in the 26th minute (1-0) while Habibur doubled the margin in the 55th minute (2-0).
Fahim scored the lone goal for Chattogram team in the 81st minute of the match.
Dhaka Abahani Limited will play their traditional rival Dhaka Mohammedan SC on Wednesday at 4 pm at the same venue.
Dhaka, Sept 17 (UNB) — The Tigers will face Zimbabwe in their third match of the ongoing Tri-Nation T20I Series on Wednesday at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram.
The match will begin at 6:30pm (Bdst). It will be telecast live by Gtv.
Bangladesh won the first game against Zimbabwe but lost the second one to high-flying Afghanistan. A win will help the Tigers book a place in the final scheduled for Sep 24.
Bangladesh played four T20Is at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium before this match but won once. Tigers faced Zimbabwe in T20Is 10 times before Wednesday’s match and won six of them.
Bangladesh made several changes in their squad for the third and fourth match of the ongoing series.
Soumya Sarkar, Abu Hider Rony, Mehedi Hasan and Yasin Arafat were overlooked to pave way for Shafiul Islam, Rubel Hossain, Najmul Hossain Shanto, Mohammad Naim Sheikh and Aminul Islam Biplob.
While Shafiul and Rubel have been recalled after a long time, Najmul, Naim and Aminul got the call to T20Is squad for the first time.
Naim played four First-class, 32 List-A and four Twenty20 games and scored 330, 1,737 and 101 runs respectively. He has four centuries in List-A cricket. Aminul Islam played 19 List-A and two Twenty20 games. Although a lower-order batsman, he is known for his leg-spinning ability.
Bangladesh squad for 3rd and 4th matches: Shakib Al Hasan (Captain), Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah Riyad, Sabbir Rahaman, Musaddek Hossain Saikat, Liton Das, Afif Hossain, Taijul Islam, Rubel Hossain, Shafiul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mohammad Nayeem Shaikh, Aminul Biplob and Nazmul Hossain Shanto.
Dhaka, Sep 17 (UNB) – Bangladesh Under-16 Women’s Football team will play their second group match of the eight-nation AFC U-16 Women’s Championship against three times champion Japan on Wednesday at IPE Chonburi Stadium .
The match will kick-off at 3 pm (BdST).
Bangladeshi girls made physical training sessions followed by swimming and recovery sessions on Tuesday.
Ahead of the match, Bangladesh head coach Golam Rabbai Choton said, “Japan is the strong opponents, but we are well-prepared for them. Girls’ tried their best but made some silly mistakes in the first match against Thailand. We have worked on those mistakes. I hope they will play good football against Japan tomorrow.”
Bangladesh Captain Maria Manda said, “Despite playing attacking football, we lost previous match against Thailand. But tomorrow we will try to give a tough fight against Japan.”
Bangladesh, which put in four-team Group A alongside hosts Thailand, Australia and Japan conceded a 0-1 goal defeat against hosts Thailand in the opening match at Chonburi Stadium on Sunday, despite spoiling some good chances.
In their last group match, Bangladesh will play Australia on Saturday (Sept 21) at IPE Chonburi Stadium.
On the other hand, three-time champions Japan played goalless draw with Australia at at the IPE Chonburi Stadium on Sunday last.
Thailand is now in the top of the point table securing full three points, Australia and Japan followed the leader securing one point each while Bangladesh yet to open account.