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Women's cricket team returns today

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The Bangladesh Women's Cricket team, who wrote their names into the country's cricket history in red letters by clinching a first-ever international trophy, the ACC Women's T20 Asia Cup, will return home today (Monday) afternoon.
Bangladesh clinched their dream trophy in the continental meet, in the process ending giant neighbour India's hegemony in the region by beating the six-time Asian champions twice -first by seven wickets in the league match, and then memorably by three-wickets in a last ball thriller in the final in Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur on Sunday.
The triumphant Bangladesh side is scheduled to arrive at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in Dhaka at 17:50 pmĀ  by an US Bangla flight.

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