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Seamer Mirwais Ashraf has said that Afghanistans attack will have a key role to play in the upcoming three-ODI series in Bangladesh. The bowlers, led by offspinning allrounder Mohammad Nabi, who claimed 4 for 24, tuned up by dismissing BCB XI for 167 to take a low-scorer.Nabi was assisted by 18-year-old-legspinner Rashid Khan and left-arm seamer Fareed Ahmed, who picked up two wickets each. Fareeds new-ball partner Karim Janant, uncapped at international level, also chipped in with a wicket, helping the visitors defend 233.This was a great preparation for us after spending the last 20 days training in India, Ashraf said. We played positive cricket and gave Bangladesh a tough time. Afghanistans bowling is a key area. It has legspin, left-arm spin, offbreak bowlers and the pace attack. The upcoming matches will be tough.Fareed and Janat are young and talented seam bowlers. They came from the U19s, and have the ability to swing the ball both ways. They deserve to be in the national team.Ashraf himself contributed to the victory, his late cameo - an unbeaten 32 off 19 balls - first lifted the side past 200. He then bowled three tidy overs with his medium-pace.I just play for the team, what they require from me, he said. I try to play according to the condition. Variation is important since the pitch wasnt suiting pace bowling.BCB XIs top-scorer Mosaddek Hossain, who was named in the Bangladesh squad on Thursday, said that Rashid would pose a threat in the ODIs.Rashid bowled accurately and had a lot of variations, he said. I think he was harder to play than the other legspinner. He bowls the googly really well and can stick to bowling at one spot.Mosaddek, who struck five fours and three sixes during his 76, however, drew confidence from reading the conditions well and hoped to justify his call-up to the national squad.Reading the wicket was more important to me today, he said. It was a tough wicket, kept low and there was turn. I think reading the wicket correctly was a big deal to me. A player has more self-belief when he has been selected to play for the country. I am in this mindset, that I have to prove why I am in the national team. I tried to bat till the end but unfortunately, I couldnt manage it.Batting against them [Afghanistan] today has given me some confidence. I dont think anything more will happen than what happened today. I think I will make use of any opportunity that comes in front of me. Nike Cortez Ultra Moire Obsidian/White Mens/Womens Shoes . - The Washington Redskins have cut defensive lineman Adam Carriker and punter Sav Rocca. Nike Cortez Ultra Moire Black/White Mens/Womens Shoes . "Jeff is a hard worker who was an important special-teams contributor for us last season," said Stamps GM John Hufnagel. http://www.bestbasketballshoesclearance.us.com/cheapest-kd-8-ep-men-s-nike-basketball-shoes-purple-orange-800259-013-for-sale.html . The 28-year-old from Calgary matched his career best after missing just one shot in his two rounds of shooting in the mens 10-kilometre sprint competition. Smith finished in 23 minutes 15. Mens Nike Air Footscape Magista Flyknit High Top Shoes Black/Gym Red/Cool Grey/Bright Crimson . -- Stanford squashed Oregons national championship hopes again, schooling the Ducks in power football. Mens Nike KD 7 Basketball Shoes University Red/Royal Blue/White Speckle . No. 13-seeded John Isner and No. 21 Philipp Kohlschreiber were among six players who dropped out of the tournament on Tuesday, joining No. 12 seed Tommy Haas and two other players who withdrew on Monday.DALLAS -- Larry Allen had just been drafted by the Dallas Cowboys when he found himself standing in front of a couple of hundred kids attending a football camp at Sonoma State, the alma mater that made his future Hall of Fame career possible. His coach, Frank Scalercio, knew he was testing the best player he ever coached, coaxing the soft spoken but massive offensive lineman into a few words. "Just say no," Allen blurted out. That was it. "I can see that nothings going to happen, so then I jump in and kind of close it out for him real quick," Scalercio said. "Some of the guys still laugh about it today when theyre around. They talk about the first speech he made." Allen is getting ready for another one. A big one. After 12 dominant seasons and a Super Bowl title with the Cowboys -- and two final years closer to home with San Francisco -- Allens Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement speech Saturday night will be on national television in front of thousands of people at Fawcett Stadium in Canton, Ohio. Plenty of family and friends will be there -- but not his mother, Vera Allen. The woman responsible for steering him away from gangs as a kid in the Los Angeles area died a year ago. The biggest public speaking gig of his life would have been the perfect time to have her around. "I miss her," Allen said. "Whenever Id get nervous or had a big game and got nervous, Id give her a call, and shed start making me laugh." The six-time All-Pro has already cried once over the Hall of Fame -- the day his name was announced. Hes not ashamed to say hell probably cry again. "She was one of the biggest reasons Ill be up there, and I know shell be looking down on me," Allen said. The soft side of Allen isnt a familiar one to former teammates and opponents. This is a man who silently bench-pressed 700 pounds -- "absurd," says former teammate Daryl Johnston -- in the Cowboys locker room while players screamed and mobbed him. This was a player who made notorious trash-talker John Randle of Minnesota keep to himself when he faced the Cowboys, for fear of making Allen mad. "He never said nothin," said Nate Newton, one of Allens mentors on Dallas offensive line. "Every now and then youd hear him utter a cuss word or hear him laugh that old funny laugh he had. "Other than that ..." Newton said, trailing off. Allen just played, which is how Scalercio discovered him at Butte College. Thats the junior college where the lineman landed after attending four high schools in part because his mom moved him around to keep him away from gangs. Then an assistant for Sonoma, Scalercio was reecruiting another player when he saw Allen throw an opponent to the ground for the first time.dddddddddddd "I kinda forgot about the guy I was actually recruiting," Scalercio said. Allen ended up tiny Sonoma, a Division II school, because his academic progress wasnt fast enough to get him to Division I, where he probably belonged. He was out of football and living in Los Angeles when Scalercio sent some of his LA-area players looking for him. They tracked him down on a basketball court, the same place Sonoma coach Tim Walsh took Allen when he showed up on campus. Walsh wanted to see the 6-foot-3 Allen lift his 320-pound frame for a dunk. "You could have heard a pin drop when he slammed the ball," Scalercio said. "It was like in the movies where it just goes tick, tick, tick, tick and stops." The Cowboys were coming off consecutive Super Bowl wins when they drafted Allen in the middle of the second round in 1994. He was surrounded by Pro Bowl offensive linemen but didnt take long to get noticed. Late in his rookie season, Allen saved a touchdown by running down Darion Conner when it looked like the New Orleans linebacker only had Troy Aikman to beat down the sideline. Most of the rest of his career was defined by power -- first as a tackle, where the Cowboys figured he would be a mainstay, and ultimately as a guard. "He has to be one of the strongest guys to play the game," Cowboys executive vice-president Stephen Jones said. "I think Larry would have been a Hall of Famer at guard or tackle, and either side. He was special like that." True to his personality as a player, Allen retired to a quiet life in Northern California, with a wife and three kids. Hes helping coach his son, Larry Allen III, who will be a senior offensive lineman at high school power De La Salle and is getting Division I looks. He shows up at Sonoma basketball games -- the football program was dropped a couple of years after Allen left -- and happily signs autographs and poses for pictures. "Hes even bigger now than he ever was on campus," said Tim Burrell, a friend of Allens. "Everybody loves him." He still doesnt talk much, which explains why Cowboys tight end Jason Witten walked by reporters at training camp last week and asked -- unsolicited -- how long Allen was going to speak after Cowboys owner Jerry Jones introduces him. Thats generally the first thing his old Dallas comrades want to know. The answer? About 7 minutes, Allen says. And his oldest daughter, Jayla, has been coaching him. "Its going to be a little rough," Allen said. At least it will be longer than his first speech. Cheap Jerseys ' ' '
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