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3-day-cricket BCB HP beat NTI XI by 21 runs

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Bangladesh Cricket Board High Performance (BCB HP) side beat Northern Territory Invitational Eleven (NTI XI) by 21 runs in the three-day match which finished on Saturday at Marrara Cricket Ground-1 in Darwin, Australia.
With this victory, BCB HP team finished their week-long training tour, involving five one-day matches and one three-day game, with all-win record as they whitewashed the host side in the one-day series.
In the three day game, BCB HP scored 312/6-dec in the 1st innings on day one.
In reply, NTI XI opened the 1st innings on day 2 and scored 316/3 at stumps at the end of the day. Resuming the 1st innings on day 3, NTI XI declared the innings collecting 352/7-dec.
Opening the second innings, BCB HP collected 229/10 on the 3rd and final day while NTI XI finished their second innings collecting 168/10 to lose the match by 21 runs.

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