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Ittihad, ECU and UT Lines excel in Kanoo League
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 12 - 01 - 2017

JEDDAH - Ittihad, ECU Lines and UT Lines excelled with thrilling wins over their respective opponents in the 4th week matches of the Kanoo League sponsored by Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo and organized by JCA.
Ittihad had the better of Al-Burj, beating it by 38 runs mainly due to superb bowling by Khadim and Imtiaz, who picked up 3 wickets each. ECU Lines down Chaudhry XI by 44 runs riding high on an inspired spell of bowling by Hasnain, who took 4 for 27.
UT Lines scored a 5-wicket win through Ghafoor (63) and Shaad Muhammad (45) despite a valiant unbeaten 110 off 54 balls by Majid of Kashmir Stags. Hyderabad Green marched ahead with a 5-wicket win over Jamoom Fighters thanks to Atta's 68 off 16 balls.
ARM United thrashed Makkah Kings by 62 runs, led by Sami Khan who scored 60 and took 2-24.
Ittihad beat Al-Burj by 38 runs. Ittihad 149 for 8 - Azam 31, Waqas 24, Fahad 31; Zakir 3-20. Al-Burj 111 all out - Kamran 21, Usman 26; Khadim 3-32, Azam 2-14, Imtiaz 3-11.
ECU Lines downed Chaudhry X1 by 44 runs. ECU Lines 180 for 9 - Javed 21, Karamat 28, Imran 50, Umar 37; Bilal 3-10, Shafaqat 2-29.
Chaudhry X1 136 for 9 - Nadeem 27, Shafaqat 28; Hasnain 4-27.
UT Lines thrashed Kashmir Stags by 5 wickets. Kashmir Stags 204 for 4 - Majid 110 not out, Shabbir 35. UT Lines 208-5 - Shad Muhammad 45, A. Ghafoor 63.
Hyderabad Green got the better of Jamoom Fighters by 5 wickets. Jamoom Fighters 203 for 5 - Nadeem 23, Usman 81 of 55 balls, Aslam 37; Riyaz 3-34. Hyderabad Green 206-5 - Atta 68, Asif 37, Sher 24, Raj Muhammad 23, Jameel 20.
ARM United thumped Makkah Kings by 62 runs. ARM 206-5 - Rashid 48, Sami Khan 60, Farhan 24 not out; Umar 3-25. Makkah Kings 144 all out - Muzammil 28; Farhan 3-16, Sami 2-24, Qureshi 2-18, Zeeshan 2-29.


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