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Butt, Adnan record centuries
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 11 - 02 - 2017

JEDDAH — Kashmir Stags, Hyderabad Green, Jamoom Fighters, Jamoom Tigers, Ittihad, UT Lines and CH XI recorded impressive wins in the 8th week matches of the Kanoo Premier League, sponsored by Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo and organized by Jeddah Cricket Association (JCA).
Kashmir Stags trounced Riyadh Food by 123 runs mainly due to Majid's blazing knock of 63 in 31 balls. Hyderabad Green scored an exciting 18-run over ARM United with Atta scoring a quick 74 off 29 balls and taking 2-45. Jamoom Fighters recorded a 5-wicket win over ECU Lines as Usman took 3-32 and scored 45 runs. Jamoom Tigers narrowly beat Makkah Eagles by 9 runs, thanks to Adnan's unbeaten 100 off 52 balls. UT Lines downed Saudi Oil by 6 wickets win, helped by a superb 101 off 56 balls (7 fours 8 sixes) by Usman Butt. Ittihad edged Al-Zafer by 2 wickets in a low-scoring match despite Samit's 4-8 and 20 runs. Choudhary XI beat Al-Burj by 40 runs.
Scores in brief:
Kashmir Stags trounced Riyadh Foods by 123 runs. Kashmir Stags 216-8 (Naseer 34, Majid 63, Shabbir 29; Emad 4-33, Usama 2-39). Riyadh Foods 93 all out (Fahad 21; Shafiq 3-9, Idrees 2-3, Shabbir 2-10).
Hyderabad Green beat ARM United by 18 runs. Hyderabad Green 173-4 (Atta 74, Imran 44, Zeeshan 2-26). ARM 155 (Nazeer 21, Rashid 34, Ashraf 30, Arshad 38; Abdul Rahman 2-10, Atta 2-45).
Jamoom Fighters beat ECU Lines by 5 wickets. ECU Lines 154-9 (Omar 27, Imran 21, Junaid 22; Usman 3-32, Riaz 3-27, Amir 2-16). Jamoom Fighters 158-5 (Naeem 38, Usman 45, Aslam 21 not out; Hasnain 3-27).
Jamoom Tigers beat Makkah Eagles by 9 runs.
Jamoom Tigers 201-6 (Usman Butt Jr. 52, Adnan 100 not out, Umar 2-61). Makkah Eagles 192-5 (Waqas 49, Malik 67).
Ittihad beat Al-Zafer by 2 wickets. Al-Zafer 83 all out (Samit 20, Wajid 20; Waqas 3-32, Sajid 2-12, Waqar 2-3, Rizwan 2-11). Ittihad 87-8 (Rizwan 26; Samit 4-8, Meeran 2-9).
UT Lines beat Saudi Oil by 6 wickets. Saudi Oil 192-7 (Ateeq 72; Abdul Rahman 2-30. UT Lines 195-4 (Usman 101, Abdul Rahman 57 not out; Mohsin 2-40).
CH X1 beat Al-Burj by 40 runs. CH X1 150-7. Al-Burj 110 all out.
7th week results:
UT Lines beat Ittihad by 37 runs. UT Lines 145-6 (Hazrat Ali 46, Ismail 27 not out; Mohsin 2-35, Fahad 2-20). Ittihad 108 all out (Mohsin 21; Shaad 3-5, Shabbir 2-24, Ismail 2-15).
ARM United beat Jamoom Fighters by 3 runs. ARM 157-6 (Qureshi 71, Ashraf 24; Usman 3-35). Jamoom Fighters 154-8 (Naeem 29, Sarfaraz 26, Aslam 39; Sami Khan 3-20).
Kashmir Stags beat Al-Zafar by 7 wickets. Al-Zafar 136-8 (Miran 27, Imad 25; Zubair 2-17, Majid 2-27). Kashmir Stags 137-3 in 13.1 overs (Naseer 50, Majid 46; Kashif 2-24).
Al-Burj beat Hyderabad Green by 119 runs. Al-Burj 191-6 (Usman 57, Kamran 63; Abdul Rahman 4-16). Hyderabad Green 72 all out (Jameel 20; Faizan 4-3, Awais 2-25, Waleed 2-14).
Saudi Oil beat Makkah Eagles by 4 wickets. Makkah Kings 141-9 (Umair 20, Ejaz 24, Zubair 22; Imran 4-23, Ashiq 2-29). Saudi Oil 142-6 in 17.1 overs (Mohsin 36, Abdul Quddus 33 not out; Minto 2-37).
CH X1 beat Makkah Kings by 3 runs. CH X1 172-7 (Bilal 44, Kashif 34; Furqan 3-38). Makkah Kings 169-8 (Waleed 66, Zaid 29; Feroz 3-23, Faisal 2-30).

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