Durjoy in Sydney, Australia (Feb 2015)
|Born||19 September 1974|
Manikganj District, Bangladesh
|Political party||Bangladesh Awami League|
|Member of Parliament|
|Assumed office |
|Preceded by||ABM Anowarul Haque|
Source: ESPNcricinfo, 12 February 2006
Naimur Rahman Durjoy (born 19 September 1974) is a Bangladeshi politician and retired cricketer. He is the incumbent Jatiya Sangsad member from the Manikganj-1 constituency representing the Bangladesh Awami League party since 2014.
Durjoy served as the first captain of Bangladesh national cricket team. At international level, he played 8 Test and 29 ODI matches for the team.
A right arm offspinner, Durjoy was a member of Bangladesh's 1997 ICC Trophy winning side. He became his country's inaugural Test captain when he led Bangladesh on their Test debut, against India in 2000. Rahman took 6 for 132 in India's first innings, including the wickets of Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly. However a loss of form saw him lose the captaincy the following year and also his spot in the side.
After retirement, Durjoy became the president of the Cricketers' Welfare Association of Bangladesh.
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