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BCSA and JCI jointly to host Webinar on Bangladesh Cricket


Bangladesh has emerged as one of the superpower in the world cricket. But Bangladesh had to undergo through flora and fauna after they stepped in the world cricket. 

 

BCSA and JCI jointly to host Webinar on Bangladesh Cricket & fans

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Once there was a time when the Bangladesh cricket team used to the prey of all other international teams as they were the bottom layer. Meanwhile, time has changed its direction and the team set it’s sail to win in the big stages.

As the complementary part of this, fans are the most important part to the team, as they are the liveliness of the cricket and their influence on the match sometimes changes a predicted assumption. Their presence in the pavillion give the players confidence and inspiration to get through the road of victory. Bangladesh has iconic fan community which is greatly adored among the cricketing world.

Bangladesh Cricket Supporters Association (BCSA) playing a great role in the development of Bangladesh cricket. This time, JCI Dhaka West in association with Bangladesh Cricket Supporters Association (BCSA) are organizing an Webinar regarding “Bangladesh Cricket & their Fans”.

Bangladesh longest format Skipper Mominul Haque, Former Coach of BCB & BKSP Nazmul Abedin Fahim, Bangladesh Wheelchair Cricket Captain Mohammad Mohasin, Bangladesh Cricket Supporters Association (BCSA) president Zunaid Paiker will be the speakers at the Webinar.

2020 Local GLC of JCI Dhaka West Md. Altamis Nabil is going to be moderating the live Webinar. The schedule for the webinar has slotted on 28th June (Sunday), 2020 at 8:00 PM. The live Webinar will be presenting jointly from the Fabebook page of JCI Dhaka West & BCSA-Tigers.

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