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The national round of Prime Bank Young Tigers National School Cricket Tournament 2017-18 begins today (Monday).
All the matches will be played in Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur (Dhaka), Moulvibazar District Stadium (Moulvibazar) and Tangail District Stadium (Tangail).
Eight teams have qualified for the last eight spots from across the country. Tournament will end with the National Final on May 13 at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur.
Qualified eight teams, split into two groups, will play in the quarter finals.
Four teams of Group A and Group B will face each other and top two teams from each group will meet in the semi-final.
Group A : Manikganj Model High School, Manikganj (Dhaka Division), Govt. Jubelee High School, Sunamganj (Sylhet Division), Glory School & College, Dhaka (Dhaka Metro), Sunshine Grammar School, Chattogram (Chittagong Division).
Group B : Narail Govt. High School, Narail (Khulna Division), Pirojpur Govt. High School, Pirojpur (Barisal Division), Police Lines High School & College, Bogura (Rajshahi Division), Chehel Gazi Shishu School & College, Dinajpur (Rangpur Division).


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