Like any remaining fields, the destiny of Barisal cricket is changing with the introduction of the fantasy Padma Bridge. BCB needs to return worldwide cricket to Kirtankhola. For which a significant reshuffle is coming in the arrangement including infrastructural improvement. From this season, homegrown and first division cricket matches will be played at Shaheed Abdur Rob Serniabat Stadium in Barisal. This was expressed by Akram Khan, Chairman, Facilities Department, BCB.
Padma extension of dreams. Pramatta remains with her head high on the Padma, the greatness of Bangladesh. The Padma Bridge is an image of solidarity and strength of the Bengali country. The birth long for individuals of South Bengal has at last worked out as expected. In any case, not simply monetary, political or social turn of events. The arena, particularly the cricket in Barisal, will be profoundly different through this extension.
Shaheed Abdur Rob Serniabat Stadium is one of the biggest arenas in Bangladesh in size. Nonetheless, global cricket has been a far off guide for such a long time because of movement and convenience issues, and homegrown association matches have likewise been held at this ground in Kalevadra. Notwithstanding, the extension has tackled every one of the issues.
BCB plans to return worldwide cricket to Barisal this time. Enormous changes are coming in the foundation of this field. A portion of a crore rupees has proactively been distributed. In the principal stage, work on five bundles has begun. As most would consider to be normal to end in the following several years.
to the arena also . The BCB expects that the issue will be addressed soon. Worldwide cricket will get back to Barisal.
Akram Khan, administrator of the BCB’s offices division, said, “Since we have no issue voyaging. First division and homegrown cricket will begin early. Work will begin one year from now. Then, at that point, we will likewise contemplate worldwide cricket. On the off chance that a decent lodging can be worked there, Barisal will likewise get global cricket.
In October 2019, Bangladesh-Sri Lanka met at the age-based Shaheed Abdur Rob Serniabat Stadium. The BCB is confident that other homegrown associations, including the BPL, will be held consistently after the ground is made.