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Amir, Faisal and Waseem hit tons
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 27 - 05 - 2017

JEDDAH — Pak Shaheen, Al-Burj and UT Lines recorded thrilling wins over their respective opponents in the 6th week matches of the Jotun Paints Saudi Cup, sponsored by Jotun Paints Saudi Arabia and organized by Jeddah Cricket Association (JCA).
Pak Shaheen recorded a 27-run win over Jamoom Fighters with openers Faisal Khan (106 — 43 balls 13 fours, 6 sixes) and Raweed (87 — 47 balls 5 fours, 7 sixes) putting on a 178-run opening wicket partnership. Al-Burj beat Kashmir Strikers by a huge margin of 190 runs helped by Waseem's hurricane knock of 118 (42 balls, 16 fours, 6 sixes). Naseem Al-Zahra's Amer Wahla played a scintillating knock of 154 (55 balls, 12 fours 12 sixes) and Khalid took 5 wickets for 2 runs to bundle out Pak Makkah for 126 and win by 183 runs. Makkah Kings defeated Al-Zafer by 65 runs with Zuber (3-32) and Naeem (3-24) bowling their hearts out. ARM United's Nazeer excelled scoring 74 off 30 balls (14 fours 1 six) to guide his team to a 7-wicket win against Kashmir Stags. Makkah Eagles recorded a facile 7-wicket win over AEC as Irfan took 2-40 and scored 30. UT Lines raced to a 6-wicket win against Saudi Oil with the help of Usman's 64 runs.
Scores:
Pak Shaheen beat Jamoom Fighters by 27 runs. Pak Shaheen 282-6 (Faisal Khan 106, Raweed 87, Usman 28; Riaz 2-61). Jamoom Fighters 255 (Aslam 67, Naeem 43, Usman 45, Afzal 36; Faisal Khan 2-42, Ahmed 3-44, Ali 2-20).
Al-Burj beat Kashmir Strikers by 190 runs. Al Burj 280-4 (Kamran 43, Waseem 118, Usman 39 not out, Rehan 24; Farhan 2-60, Ashfaq 2-47). Kashmir Strikers 90 (Arif 20; Adnan 3-14, Khalid 2-22, Rehan 2-1).
Naseem Al-Zahra beat Pak Makkah by 183 runs. Naseem Al-Zahra 309-2 (Amir Wahla 154, Qamar Javed 41, Usman 59, Khalid 34). Pak Makkah 126 (Burhan 43 not out; Khalid 5-2).
Makkah Kings beat Al-Zafer by 65 runs. Makkah Kings 192-8 (Irfan 43, Imran 25, Usman 22, Rahim 29; Samit 2-40, Shamsuddin 2-34). Al-Zafer 127 (Samit 62, Nahid 22; Zubair 3-32, Naeem 3-24, Anees 2-22).
ARM United beat Kashmir Stags by 7 wickets. Kashmir Stags 179-7 (Sajid 42, Khurshid 39, Naseer 25; Mansoor 2-30). ARM United 181-3 (Nazeer 74, Qureshi 52 not out).
Makkah Eagles beat AEC XI by 7 wickets. AEC XI 154 (Abid 56, Atif 31, Wajid 30; Malik Aijaz 3-38, Irfan 2-40). Makkah Eagles 155-3 (Saad 46, Irfan 30, Shahzad 35; Wajid 2-21).
UT Lines beat Saudi Oil Co by 6 wickets. Saudi Oil 158-9 (Humayun 30, Khaled 24, Aijaz 25, Ayaz 20; Nazir 2-25, Sardar 2-21). UT Lines 159-4 (Usman 64, Shad Mohamed 29, Bilal Khan 39 not out).


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