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U-16 girls' team's 1st friendly match today

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Members of Bangladesh Under-16 National Women's Football team during their practice session at the Xian Olympic Village Centre in China on Friday.

BSS, Dhaka :
The B.angladesh Under-16 girls' team will start their China campaign as they take on China Football Association (CFA) U-14 national team in the first friendly match scheduled to be held today (Saturday) in China's Xian South West City.
The U-16 team will play their 2nd match against Shaanxi Regional team on Sunday (April 23), the 3rd match against CFA U-14 national team on Monday (April 24), 4th match against Shaanxi Regional team on Tuesday (April 25) and the 5th and last match with CFA U-14 national team on Wednesday April 26).
Earlier, on Thursday, the Bangladesh eve football team safely reached in China, according to a BFF press release.
Squad: Mahmuda Akhter, Ruksana Begum, Ummay Hafsa Rumky, Masura Parvin, Mossammat Nargis Khatun, Shamsunnahar, Sheuli Azim, Josna, Nilufa Yesmin Nila, Anai Mogini, Nazma, Mossamat Mishrat Jahan Moushumi, Marzia, Sanjida Akhter, Monika Chakma, Mossammat Israt Jahan Ratna, Tohura Khatun, Mossammat Akhi Khatun, Mossamat Razia Khatun, Mosamamt Sultana, Maria Manda, Srimoti Krishnarani Sarkar, Anuching Mogini and Mosammat Sirat Jahan Shopna.
The officials are: Paul Thomas Smalley (technical and strategic director, BFF), Golam Robbani Choton (head coach), M Mahbubur Rahman Litu (assistant coach), Ryan David Sandford (goal keeping coach), Ahsan Ahmed (media manager) and Rabaka Sultana (physiotherapist).

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