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Saudi Oil, Hyderabad Green, Makkah Kings and ARM win
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 19 - 02 - 2017

JEDDAH — Saudi Oil, Hyderabad Green, Makkah Kings and ARM United registered convincing wins along with Jamoom Fighters and ECU Lines in the 9th week matches of the Kanoo Premier League, sponsored by Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo and organized by Jeddah Cricket Association (JCA).
Saudi Oil beat Al-Zafer by 120 runs riding on a superb 89 by skipper Humayoon Farooq and a polished 74 off 25 balls from Sulaiman, which enabled their team post a massive score of 254-5. Hyderabad Green had the better of Ittihad by 6 wickets due to fine bowling by Zakar Afridi (4-18). Makkah Kings won by 7 wickets over favorites Jamoom Tigers, thanks to Abdul Wahid's scintillating knock of 126 off 39 balls with 9 fours and 13 sixes. ECU Lines prevailed over Al-Burj by 30 runs on Karamat's solid 44 runs. Jamoom Fighters recorded a 91-run win over Kashmir Stags, thanks to Naeem's 108 with 16 fours and 2 sixes. ARM United scored an easy 7-wicket win over CH XI, helped by Nazeer's thrilling knock of 80 with 13 fours and 2 sixes.
Brief scores:
Saudi Oil beat Al-Zafer by 120 runs.
Saudi Oil 254-5 (Mohsin 29, Sulaiman 74, Humayoon 89, Ateeq 37; Miran 2-53, Kashif 2-42). Al-Zafer 134 all out.
Hyderabad Green beat Ittihad by 6 wickets. Ittihad 130-8 (Rizwan 34, Azam 22; Zakar Afridi 4-18, Kamal 2-24). Hyderabad Green 134-4 (Atta 33, Sher Muhammad 34, Riaz Afridi 20; Rizwan 2-24).
Makkah Kings beat Jamoom Tigers by 7 wickets.
Jamoom Tigers 203-7 (Usman Butt 33, Arshad 37, Adil 32). Makkah Kings 206-3 (Abdul Wahid 126, Ali 40).
ECU Lines beat Al-Burj by 30 runs. ECU Lines 173-7 (Karamat 44, Javed 30, Junaid 28, Zaman 22; Usman 3-28, Tahir 2-34, Siddiq 2-34). Al-Burj 143-6 (A. Rahim 42, Rehan 26).
Jamoom Fighters beat Kashmir Stags by 91 runs. Jamoom Fighters 234-5 (Naeem 108, Hanif 22, Usman 34, Azam 30 not out; Zubair 2-51, Naseer 2-38). Kashmir Stags 143 (Naseer 30, Nahid 46; Qamar 2-29, Riaz 2-27).
ARM United beat CH X1 by 7 wickets. CH X1 158-6 (Akram 38, Munawwar 32, Imtiaz 30; Qureshi 2-22, Mansour 2-19). ARM 160-3 (Nazeer 80, Rashid 50).
10th week results:
Al-Burj beat Saudi Oil by 9 runs. Al-Burj 187-5 (Rehan 43, Usman 43, Habib 54; Khalid-29). Saudi Oil 178 all out (Salman 46, Waleed 4-35 Usman 2-28, Adnan 2-25).
CH X1 beat Kashmir Stags by 3 runs. CH XI 155-8 (Ikramullah 20, Amanullah 50; Shabbir 3-24, Majid 2-20). Kashmir Stags 152-8 (Danish 24, Naseer 36, Majid 31; Faraz 3-29, Faisal 3-26).
ECU Lines beat UT Lines by 7 wickets. UT Lines 172-7 (Atta 36, Shan 23, Abdul Rahman 37). ECU Lines 173-3 (Javed 67, Abdul Rahman 56; Bahader 2-21).
Ittihad beat Riyadh Foods by 158 runs. Ittihad 255-6 (Rizwan 94, Azam 91; Mohsin 2-32). Riyadh Foods 97 (Waseem 4-30, Fahad 3-19).
Jamoom Tigers beat Al-Zafer by 89 runs. Jamoom Tigers 211-8 (Adnan 36, Adnan Butt 91, Hafiz Ismail 26; Kashif 3-37, Fayaz 2-25). Al-Zafer 122 all out (Kashif 30, Hafiz Ismael 4-24, Saeed 2-6, Arshad 2-5).
Jamoom Fighters beat Makkah Kings by 80 runs. Jamoom Fighters 218 (Naeem 44, Usman Niaz 56, Haneef 31 not out, Sarfaraz 38 not out). Makkah Kings 138-9 (Naeem Akhtar 30, Naeem 25; Riaz 4-22, Azam 2-22).


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