Bangladesh women’s cricket team won the Gold in 13th South Asian Games in Nepal, but how many of the squad can you name?
Here are the name of the players so that you do not miss one the next time.
Salma Khatun (c): The captain was the team’s second highest wicket-taker in the tournament, with five wickets.
Nahida Akter: With eight wicket, Nahida was the tournament’s second highest wicket-taker, including two in the final that earned him the Man-of-the-Match award.
Nigar Sultana: One of the three players to hit a century in the tournament, Nigar was the highest scorer for Bangladesh in the final with an unbeaten 29.
Fargana Haque: Before her scintillating century against Maldives, Fargana played a key role in the group stage win over Sri Lanka.
Sanjida Islam: The top-order batsman hit a fifty against Sri Lanka in the group match and contributed 15 priceless runs in the final.
Fahima Khatun: Like Sanjida, Fahima also scored 15 in the final, and we all know how big a contribution that is, given the fact that the etam score was 91 for 8.
Murshida Khatun: The opener starred in the win against Nepal and hit 14 in 15 balls in the final.
Ritu Moni: Ritu took three wickets for just one run as Bangladesh bundled Maldives out for 6.
Ayasha Rahman: The opener played key roles in the group stage wins over Sri Lanka and Nepal.
Jahanara Alam: The experienced bowler took four wickets in the tournament, including one in the final.
Rabeya Khan: She claimed four wickets for just eight runs to help her team bundle Nepal out for 50.
Puja Chakraborty: She only played in the win over Maldives and took one wicket for just a run.
Khadija Tul Kubra: She did not have the best of her days in the tournament, but Khadija did claim an important wicket in the final.
Shabnam Mustari: A team player who did not get the chance to play in the tournament but she did win a gold medal.
Shamima Sultana: Like Shabnam, Shamima also did not get the chance to play a game. However, had she been summoned, she would have given her best.