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Al-Burj prevails in Kanoo League
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 18 - 01 - 2017

JEDDAH – Al-Burj, Ittihad, UT Lines and Saudi Oil scored impressive wins over their respective opponents as Usman Butt's unbeaten 135 off 63 balls with 16 fours and 5 sixes enabled Jamoom Tigers to a massive 120-run win over Kashmir Stags in the 5th week action of Kanoo Premier League here.
Al Burj scored a thumping 44-run win over ARM United as Faizan took 3-27 to stop ARM from progressing.
Mukhtar's fine all-round show (2-19 with the ball and an unbeaten 28 with the bat) helped Ittihad overcome ECU Lines by 3 wickets. Saudi Oil bounced back with a 4-wicket win over new entrant Makkah XI. UT Lines beat Hyderabad Green as Waqas (43) and Shad (41) took their team past the 200 mark to win by 47 runs.
Jamoom Tigers beat Kashmir Stags by 120 runs. Jamoom Tigers 291-2 (Usman Butt 135 off 63 balls, Arshad 86 not out, Adnan Butt 24 not out; Tanveer 1-56, Majid 1-45).
Al-Burj beat ARM by 44 runs. Al-Burj 232-8 (Usman 38, Waseem 27, A. Raheem 37, Bilal 22; Sami Khan 2-44, Zeeshan 2-41). ARM 188-6 (Nazeer 34, Shaani Rafique 69, Zeeshan, 27; Faizan 3-27, Waleed 2-27).
Ittihad downed ECU Lines by 3 wickets. ECU Lines 122 all out (Karamat 61; Khadim 2-24, Mukhtar 2-19, Fahad 2-5, Imtiaz 3-29). Ittihad 123-7 (Mubeen 22, Mukhtar 28 not out; Abdul Rahman 2-27, Umar 2-27).
Saudi Oil thumped Makkah XI by 4 wickets. Makkah XI 137 all out (Waleed 25, Zahid 28, Furqan 32; Manzoor 2-28, Shakoor 2-34, Javed 2-19). Saudi Oil 143-6 (Mohsin 29, Rahab 31; Furqan 2-30).
UT Lines thrashed Hyderabad Green 47 runs. UT Lines 207 (Waqas 43, Shad 41, Ali 26, Wasi 56; Kashif 2-26, and Sher 2-28). Hyderabad Green 160 (Imran 45, Sher 30; Noor 2-16, Shabbir 2-26, Sher 2-22).
The tournament is sponsored by Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo and organized by Jeddah Cricket Association (JCA).


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