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Bangladesh Deaf Cricket Association players and officials after participating in the event of 3rd Asia Deaf Cricket Cup-2017 which is held in Hyderabad, India, organised by All India Cricket Association of the Deaf affiliated with Asia Deaf Cricket Council.

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Bangladesh Deaf Cricket Association players and officials after participating in the event of 3rd Asia Deaf Cricket Cup-2017 which is held in Hyderabad, India, organised by All India Cricket Association of the Deaf affiliated with Asia Deaf Cricket Counc

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