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Jamoom Tigers, UT Lines, Saudi Oil, ECU Lines qualify
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 02 - 03 - 2017

JEDDAH — Jamoom Tigers, UT Lines, Saudi Oil and ECU Lines, CH XI, Jamoom Fighters, ARM and Kashmir Stags qualified for the quarterfinals of the Kanoo Premier League which is sponsored by Yusuf Bin Ahmed Kanoo and organized by Jeddah Cricket Association (JCA) JCA.
ARM United beat UT Lines by 11 runs in a close match, thanks to Sami Khan's 60 runs and 3-29. Saudi Oil downed Hyderabad Green by 57 runs, helped by an unbeaten 100 with 15 fours and a six from Ateeq. ECU Lines put up an imposing total of 301-6 to beat Riyadh Foods by 167 runs as Abdul Rahman belted an unbeaten 110 off 45 balls with 15 fours and 5 sixes. Ittihad had the better of Makkah Kings by 6 wickets with Rizwan taking 3-42 and cracking a polished 44. Kashmir Stags trounced Al-Burj by 10 wickets, guided by Naseer's fine allround show of 3-10 and an unbeaten 49. Amer Wahla's stylish 113 inclusive of 11 fours and 8 sixes and Usman Niaz's 101 with 7 fours and 5 sixes gave Jamoom Fighters the impetus to reach 251-3 and down Al-Zafer by 146 runs.
ARM beat UT Lines by 11 runs. ARM 183-5 (Rashid 25, Sami 60, Qureshi 24; Saad 2-25). UT Lines 172-6 (Shad 31, Usman 38 not out, Abdul Rahman 37, Imran 21; Sami 3-29).
Saudi Oil downed Hyderabad Green by 57 runs. Saudi Oil 221-3 (Salman 41, Ateeq 100 not out). Hyderabad Green 163-8 (Abdul Rahman 47; Imran 2-21, Nadeem 2-18).
ECU Lines trashed Riyadh Foods by 164 runs. ECU Lines 301-6 (Javed 51, Abdul Rahman 110 not out, Umer 45; Mohsin 2-47). Riyadh Foods 137 all out (Nabeel 31, Omar 21; Umer 2-20).
Ittihad beat Makkah Kings by 6 wickets. Makkah Kings 169 all out (Bilal Butt 58, Umer 42 —Rizwan 3-42, Imran 2-7). Ittihad 170-4 (Rizwan 44, Waqas 23, Fahad 25 not out, Azam 34 not, Usman 2-35).
Kashmir Stags crushed Al-Burj by 10 wickets. Al-Burj 132 all out (Usman 32; Asif 2-18, Naseer 3-10). Kashmir Stags 135 for no loss (Adil 62 not out, Naseer 49 not out).
Jamoom Fighters beat Al-Zafer by 146 runs. Jamoom Fighters 251-3 (Amer Wahla 113, Usman Niaz 101; Nawaz 2-39). Al-Zafer 105 all out (Riaz 25; Sher Khan 3-13, Usman 2-9, Azam 2-23).

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