First national cricket captain Shamim Kabir dies


Shamim Kabir, the first captain of Bangladesh cricket team died on Monday, confirmed an official of Bangladesh Cricket Board.
BCB media committee chairman Jalal Yunus said Shamim, 75, died at a city hospital in the morning.
He was suffering from cancer and had been on life support for the last few days.
Shamim led Bangladesh team in their first-ever international match against MCC, in Dhaka, in January 1977.
In his 15 1st class matches Shamim scored 411 runs at an average of 17.86.