|Source: , 13 February 2006|
Samiur Rahman is a former Bangladeshi cricketer who played in 2 ODIs in 1986. The right arm medium pacer failed to take any wickets in those 2 ODIs, but over all he performed with great distinction for Bangladesh throughout the 80's. Apart from being a new ball swing bolwer, he was more than a useful lower order batsman. Like his brother, Yousuf Rahman (better known as Yousuf Babu), Sami was a regular for the national side.
Sami in ICC Trophy
Though he was overlooked for the 1st ICC Trophy in 79, he was a vital member of the side that finished fourth in 82. He took 7 wickets at 18.85 a piece. His best bowling, 3/31 came in the first match against West Africa.
In 1986, he played in only 3 matches taking 3 wickets.
- BanglaCricket: Bangladesh in ICC Trophy,ICC Trophy 1982, England (Retrieved on 2008-6-30)
- BanglaCricket: Bangladesh in ICC Trophy, ICC Trophy 1986, England (Retrieved on 2008-6-30)
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