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BD, India share Physically Challenged T20 Cricket title

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Bangladesh and India, the joint-champions of the Physically Challenged Tri-Nation T20 Cricket Tournament with the chief guest Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports Arif Khan Joy and the special guest Director of BCB Akram Khan pose with the championship tr




Bangladesh and India shared the trophy of tri-nation Physically Challenged T20 cricket tournament as the final match between the two teams was abandoned due to unplayable condition of the pitch at Jagannath Hall playground of Dhaka University on Thursday.
Umpires declared the match abandoned at 3 pm after inspecting the ground three times and declared both the finalists joint champions.
Sujaul islam of Bangladesh was adjudged as the man of the series while Mozammel Babu of the same team named as the best bowler of the tournament.
Deputy Minister for Youth and Sports Arif Khan Joy was present as the chief guest in the final match and later distributed the prizes.
BCB director and former national captain Akram Khan was also present in the final as a special guest.

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