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Bangladeshi bowler Qazi Onik has been banned for 2 years

Bangladeshi bowler Qazi Onik has been banned for 2 years

Bangladeshi bowler Qazi Onik has been banned for 2 years

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Qazi Onik Bangladeshi left-arm fast bowler is a ban for two years for failing in the dope test. This doping test is conducted by the National Cricket League (NCL) in November 2018.

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An official statement by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) reveals that the 21-year-old left-arm Qazi Onik is now banned for drug use.

This tonic which is ban under section S6a of the 2018 Indian Cricket Council (ICC) Prohibited list. This substance is prohibited under the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Anti-Doping code 2.1. It has changed the Indian Cricket Council (ICC) Anti-Doping code.

According to a Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) media release, Qazi Onik tested positive for the Methamphetamine in a National Cricket League match. This match was playing at Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

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Bangladeshi bowler Qazi Onik has been banned for 2 years

Qazi Onik’s two-year ban is starting from February 8, 2019.

He also accepts that he has done this offense. The day of formal notification of the player’s bad finding and the day upon which he accepted a temporary suspension. And now he has also accepted his suspension for the 2 years from the BCB.

About Onak s’ Cricket Career

He made his 20-20 debut for Rajshahi kings on 29 November 2017 in 2017-18 at Bangladesh Premier League.

In December 2017, he was named in Bangladesh’s squad for the 2018 Under-19 Cricket world cup. He was the leading wicket-taker for Bangladesh in the tournament, with 10 wickets. Qazi Onik has played only nine matches for the national side in the shortest format of the game. And in all the games has taken 11 wickets for the Bangladesh Cricket Team. Qazi Onik is Bangladesh’s highest wicket-taker in 2018. In the Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand, with 10 strikes at an economy rate of 4.58.

In senior cricket. He has taken 15 wickets in four first-class matches, 41 wickets in 26 List A games, and 11 wickets in nine T20s. He will be able to participate in cricket matches and tournaments from February 7, 2021

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