The world will celebrate the Children’s Day Tuesday to put focus on children’s rights and needs around the world
A group of adolescent cricketers played out an entertaining and high-voltage 10-over-a-side match, teaming up with past and present cricket legends of the country to mark the World Children’s Day at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka Saturday.
The world will celebrate the Children’s Day Tuesday to put focus on children’s rights and needs around the world.
As a part of this initiative, Unicef Bangladesh in collaboration with the BCB arranged a friendly cricket match with the participation of disadvantaged children and adolescents, and former and present Bangladesh cricketers.
Former Bangladesh captain Habibul Bashar, former national batsman Hannan Sarkar, current national player Taskin Ahmed, Bangladesh women’s team member Suraiya Azmin, among others, played in this friendly cricket match, while a group of adolescent boys and girls took part in both the teams.