Sylhet Division cricket team

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The Sylhet Division cricket team is a Bangladeshi first-class team representing the Sylhet Division, one of the country's seven administrative regions. The team competes in the National Cricket League and was formerly a participant in the now-defunct National Cricket League One-Day. In the short-lived National Cricket League Twenty20 competition, played in the 2009–10 season only, Sylhet adopted the name Sultans of Sylhet and played in their official yellow and blue colours. The equivalent team in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) is the Sylhet Super Stars.

Sylhet's main home ground is the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium in Sylhet city, which has a 13,500 capacity. They have never won the NCL title, and their sole honour is winning the inaugural One-Day League in 2001–02.

Honours[edit]

  • National Cricket League (0) –
  • One-Day Cricket League (1) – 2001–02

Seasons[edit]

Season NCL One-Day NCL T20
1999-2000 2nd
2000-01 7th
2001-02 6th 1st
2002-03 6th 3rd
2003-04 2nd 4th
2004-05 5th 4th
2005-06 5th 4th
2006-07 5th 3rd
2007-08 6th 4th
2008-09 6th 6th
2009-10 6th not held 2nd
2010-11 3rd 6th
2011-12 3rd
2012-13 5th
2013-14 5th
2014-15 6th
2014-15 3rd in Tier 2

Notable players[edit]

The following is a list of players who have played for both Sylhet and Bangladesh.

Sylhet players who have played for countries other than Bangladesh:

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