Winning century after returning to zero in two innings

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Mahmudul Hasan Joy of Chittagong started the race by sending the ball made by Ruel Meer of Barisal to the third man area. He completed two runs in that run, as well as a century. But before this match against Barisal, Joy came back with zero in two innings in Chittagong. This right-handed batsman made a great comeback when he came to BKSP.

In two innings in Chittagong, Mohammad Ashraful returned the victory to the pavilion. After completing the century, Joy hit the first six of his innings to Ashraful. He returned to the pavilion with his second century in first-class cricket for 114 runs.

Joy has spread the light of talent from the under-19 team. There are waiting for a place in the national team. This century against Barisal will definitely give confidence to this young player. Chittagong captain Mominul Haque could not pick up the winning century; He returned to the dressing room after scoring 61 runs. However, another young Shahadat Hossain Dipu is showing hope for a century. He finished the second day unbeaten on 63 runs.

On the other hand, Nazmul Islam Apu of Dhaka took 5 wickets against Sylhet Division and spent 72 runs. Two bowlers Abu Haider Rony and Aminul Islam Biplob are shining in the batting against Rajshahi. Both of them have picked up half centuries, they are undefeated.


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