BCSA all set to fly to support Tigers in Nidahas Trophy

With an aim to equip unclouded support for cricket of the country, Bangladesh Cricket Supporters’ Association, abbreviated as BCSA, initiated their journey in March 2013. Since then, the organization earned towering appreciation from in and outside the country border for lively arrangements of thoughtful ventures only to be beside country’s cricket and cricketers.

BCSA all set to fly to support Tigers in Nidahas Trophy

From the outset of the association, members of BCSA has been pioneering support for team Bangladesh making their presence in the galleries. To continue the happening, a ten member BCSA team is all set to fly to Colombo to stint the Sri Lankan gallery in ‘Yellow’ during the forthcoming Nidahas Trophy 2018.

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Sponsored by Biman Bangladesh Airlines, the BCSA team will be on board for Sri Lanka on 6th of this month.

On Sunday (today), Biman Bangladesh Airlines’ authorities welcomed the BCSA team in a simple schedule honored by the Managing Director of Biman Bangladesh Airlines A. M. Mosaddek Ahmed, General Manager Human Resource Shakil Miraz and Human Resource officer Tasnim Akhter.

BCSA Vice President Tanvir Ahmed introduced all the members to Biman Bangladesh Authorities.

To be noted, this is the fourth foreign venture of BCSA to support Bangladesh cricket team.

They toured India twice; in the first occasion during 2016 ICC T20I World Cup and then to be present during the one off Test in 2017, the first ever Test match of Bangladesh played against India in the Indian soil.

BCSA members later on the year, also visited Sri Lanka to be beside the team on occasion of Tigers’ 100th Test match.

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