“ln Mr. Onik’s case in considering his level of Fault, the BCB has considered his youth and relative inexperience, the fact that he did not ingest the Prohibited Substance in an effort to enhance his sports performance, his limited anti-doping education and his prompt admission of the anti-doping rule violation when first notified to him,” the BCB was quoted as saying in a statement.
“ln addition to this, in considering the appropriate sanction, the BCB is giving him credit for agreeing on an outcome that avoids the need for a hearing and so saves considerable time and money for use elsewhere in the fight against doping.
“ln light of all of this, the BCB considers that a period of ineligibility of two (2) years is reasonable and proportionate in respect of Mr. Onik’s case,” the statement added.
The left-handed quicky was Bangladesh’s leading wicket-taker in the 2018 U19 World Cup in New Zealand. He took 10 wickets from six matches at a decent economy rate of 4.58. His incredible performance in U19 WC, selectors picked him to play for the Dhaka Dynamites and then Platoon. In the last year Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) edition.
Under the leadership of Shakib Al Hasan, he got a chance to play in (BPL). Unfortunately, he didn’t get enough chance to show his skills. Talking about his first-class, List A, and nine T20s he has taken 15, 41, and 11 wickets respectively. The last match he was featured was on April 21, 2019, during the Dhaka Premier League there he represented Mohammedan Sporting Club.