Shaila Sharmin was named the captain while Nuzhat Tasnia will perform her duty as the wicket-keeper
Bangladesh Cricket Board Wednesday announced the 15-member women’s emerging squad for the Asian Cricket Council Women’s Emerging Teams Asia Cup, scheduled to be held later this month in Sri Lanka.
Shaila Sharmin was named the captain while Nuzhat Tasnia will perform her duty as the wicket-keeper.
Bangladesh will take on India in their opening match at Thurstan Grounds in Colombo Tuesday.
@BCBtigers Cricket Board president Nazmul Hasan upon his return to Dhaka from the meeting Tuesday informed that the only significant agenda for Bangladesh in the meeting was “hosting the maiden edition of the U-19 Women’s World Cup”https://t.co/hp5SjnzUd5#BCBTIGERS #BCB #TIGERS— Dhaka Tribune Sports (@Sport_DT) October 15, 2019
The women in red and green will then lock horns with Pakistan and Sri Lanka on October 23 and 25 respectively at R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo.
The best two teams among the quartet will advance to the final, slated for October 27 at R Premadasa Stadium.
Shaila Sharmin (C), Nuzhat Tasnia (WK), Murshida Khatun, Sobhana Mostary, Fahima Khatun, Mosammat Ritu Moni, Ishma Tanjim, Rubya Haider Jhilik, Nahida Akter, Suraya Azim, Puja Chakrabortty, Rabeya, Mumta Hena Hasnat, Mosammat Fariha Islam Trisna and Sumaiya Akter
Laboni Akter, Zinnat Asia Orrthi and Tazia Akter