One of the private universities of Bangladesh, University of Scholars and Rangpur Riders have jointly taken the initiative to find new bowling talent. This initiative called Bowlers Hunt has started from the current BPL. Through this hunt, five students of the University of Scholars will get an opportunity to bowl at the nets of Rangpur Riders.
30 students participated in this campaign held on January 14 and 15 at Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club. Five of them were elected. Selected students will get bowling tips from the professional cricketers of Rangpur Riders and get a chance to bowl with them.
In this context, the Vice Chairman of the University of Scholars. Ariful Haque Sohan said, we want to encourage students not only in studies but also in sports. Through this hunt we want to inculcate competitive spirit among the students.
Fitness trainer Rubaiyatul Haque Mak said, University of Scholars is a wonderful university. They provide various facilities to the students keeping in mind the future. Students will get an opportunity to improve their skills through this hunt. University of Scholarship would like to thank Rangpur Riders for sponsoring this year’s BPL.
University of Scholars Assistant Director (Administration) Abhishek Reza said, in our country, players are more or less backward in terms of studies. Eye Scholars help prevent this from happening in the future.
Abdul Haseeb Siddique, a member of the Board of Trustees of the University of Scholars, said, “We will organize this hunt in the future as well.” We want our students to thrive through sports. We also intend to take many more initiatives with Rangpur Riders in the future. Bowler’s Hunt is a groundbreaking initiative by the University of Scholars. Through this initiative, students will get tips from professional cricketers and get a chance to bowl with them. This experience will be very beneficial for their future.