2003–04 Bangladeshi cricket season

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The 2003–04 Bangladeshi cricket season featured the inaugural Test series in Bangladesh between Bangladesh and England.

International tours[edit]

English Cricket team in Bangladesh[edit]

England played 2 Test matches and 3 one day internationals (ODI) against Bangladesh. England won both the Test matches and won all three ODIs by 7 wickets.

2004 ICC Under-19 World Cup[edit]

During February and March 2004 Bangladesh hosted the 2004 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup. This tournament featured a number of future international players for Bangladesh, including Enamul Haque Jr who ended the tournament as the highest wicket taker.

Domestic competitions[edit]

Honours[edit]

First-class Limited Overs
National Cricket League Champions Dhaka Division Chittagong Division
Most Runs 633 - Bangladesh Nuruzzaman (Rajshahi)[1] 400 - Bangladesh Masumud Dowla (Chittagong)[2]
Most Wickets 63 - Bangladesh Saifullah Khan (Rajshahi)[3] 19 - Bangladesh Shabbir Khan (Chittagong)[4]

National Cricket League[edit]

Team Pld W L DWF DLF ND Pts
Dhaka Division 10 5 1 2 2 0 42
Sylhet Division 10 5 1 2 2 0 42
Khulna Division 10 1 3 3 1 2 24
Rajshahi Division 10 2 3 1 3 1 24
Chittagong Division 10 1 4 3 1 1 22
Barisal Division 10 1 3 1 3 2 20
IPL2008Legend.svg Barisal Division Chittagong Division Dhaka Division Khulna Division Rajshahi Division Sylhet Division
Barisal Division Match drawn Dhaka
Innings and 25 runs
Match drawn Match drawn Match drawn
Chittagong Division Barisal
3 wickets
Match drawn Match drawn Chittagong
8 wickets
Chittagong
10 wickets
Dhaka Division Dhaka
63 runs
Dhaka
226 runs
Dhaka
5 wickets
Match drawn Match drawn
Khulna Division Match drawn Match drawn Dhaka
152 runs
Rajshahi
6 wickets
Match drawn
Rajshahi Division Match drawn Match drawn Rajshahi
8 wickets
Match drawn Sylhet
13 runs
Sylhet Division Sylhet
9 wickets
Sylhet
124 runs
Match drawn Khulna
76 runs
Sylhet
138 runs
Scorecards

National Cricket One Day League[edit]

Team Pld W L NRR Pts
Chittagong Division 10 8 2 -0.068 16
Rajshahi Division 10 7 3 +0.983 14
Dhaka Division 10 5 5 +0.212 10
Sylhet Division 10 4 6 -0.221 8
Barisal Division 10 3 7 -0.384 6
Khulna Division 10 3 7 -0.525 6
IPL2008Legend.svg Barisal Division Chittagong Division Dhaka Division Khulna Division Rajshahi Division Sylhet Division
Barisal Division Chittagong
7 wickets
Barisal
4 wicketrs
Barisal
50 runs
Rajshahi
95 runs
Sylhet
10 runs
Chittagong Division Chittagong
2 wickets
Chittagong
1 runs
Chittagong
14 runs
Chittagong
2 wickets
Chittagong
8 wickets
Dhaka Division Barisal
1 wicket
Dhaka
7 wickets
Dhaka
4 wickets
Dhaka
14 runs
Dhaka
99 runs
Khulna Division Khulna
81 runs
Khulna
13 runs
Dhaka
6 wickets
Rajshahi
167 runs
Khulna
6 wickets
Rajshahi Division Rajshahi
15 runs
Chittagong
6 wickets
Rajshahi
2 wickets
Rajshahi
6 wickets
Rajshahi
52 runs
Sylhet Division Sylhet
6 wickets
Chittagong
8 wickets
Sylhet
105 runs
Sylhet
101 runs
Rajshahi
6 wickets
Scorecards

Other matches[edit]

Date Type Match Result Report
12 March 2004 One Day Bangladesh Under-23 v Zimbabwe A Zimbabwe A won by 223 wickets Scorecard
17–19 March 2004 4-Day Match Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A Bangladesh A won by 5 runs Scorecard
23–26 March 2004 4-Day Match Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A Draw Scorecard
28 March 2004 One Day Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A Bangladesh A won by 2 runs Scorecard
30 March 2004 One Day Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A Zimbabwe A won by 5 wickets Scorecard
2 April 2004 One Day Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A Bangladesh A won by 60 runs Scorecard
5 April 2004 One Day Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A Zimbabwe A won by 16 runs Scorecard
6 April 2004 One Day Bangladesh A v Zimbabwe A Bangladesh A won by 52 runs Scorecard

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