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AEC, Jamoom Tigers, Kashmir Stags win
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 02 - 06 - 2017

JEDDAH — AEC, Jamoom Tigers and Kashmir Stags prevailed over their respective opponents in the 7th week matches of the Jotun Paints Saudi Cup, sponsored by Jotun Paints Saudi Arabia and organized by Jeddah Cricket Association (JCA).
AEC faced a stiff challenge from Awan XI before winning by 3 wickets, thanks to Wajid who hit 55 runs and took 2-31. Kashmir Stags thrashed Al-Zafer by 9 wickets. Chasing 141 it did it in style with the brilliance of Adil who belted 71 runs in 31 balls with 8 fours and 3 sixes. Jamoom Tigers raced to a 60-run win over Hyderabad Green with notable contributions from Usman Butt (51 runs and 2-19).
In other matches, Al-Burj downed Riyadh Foods by 106 runs with Rizwan, Zuhair, Khalid and Sadiq sharing wickets in a fine team bowling performance. Usman's polished knock of 55 enabled Naseem Al-Zahra to edge KAIA in a close encounter by 5 runs. Faisal Khan's fine performance with the bat (47) and ball (2-20) enabled his team Pak Shaheen easily beat Saudi Oil by 44 runs.
Scores
AEC beat Awan XI by 3 wickets. Awan XI 171-8 in 20 overs Amjad Malik 91 (46 balls 9 fours, 3 sixes), Ali Malik 29, Nadeem Malik 20; Abid 2-17,Wajid 2-31). AEC 172-7 in 17.3 overs (Wajid 55, Abid 29, Yassin 20; Ali 2-35, Insha 2-28).
Jamoom Tigers beat Hyderabad Green by 60 runs. Jamoom Tigers 206-6 (Ali 46, Adnan 27, Usman Butt 51, Arshad 28; Hamid 2-21, Amir 2-35). Hyderabad Green 146 (Atta Muskan 36, Zaheer 23, Asif Khan 20; Rashid 4-20, Usman Butt 2-19).
Kashmir Stags beat Al-Zafer by 9 wickets. Al-Zafer 140 (Miran 30, Nahid 20, Fuji 21; Majid 3-31, Idris 3-0, Danish 2-18). Kashmir Stags 141-1 in 10 overs (Adil 71 (31 balls 8 fours, 3 sixes), Danish 48).
Al-Burj beat Riyadh Foods by 106 runs. Al-Burj 240-8 (Abbas Khan 46, Omair 37, Usman 31, Rehan 20, Waseem 26; Mohsin 3-42, Usman 2-57). Riyadh Foods 134 (Nabeel 27, Rafaqat 27, Imad 20; Rizwan 2-10, Zuhair 2-12, Khalid 2-19 and Sadiq 2-23).
Naseem Al-Zahra beat KAIA by 5 runs. Naseem Al-Zahra 191-9 (Usman 55, Qamar 38, Nadeem 20; Waqas 3-34, Abdul Samad 2-35). KAIA 186 (Fahad 26, Abdul Samad 23, Shoaid 20, Ameen 20; Adnan 2-34, Khalid 2-33, Bilal 2-39, Shahid 2-19).
Pak Shaheen beat Saudi Oil by 44 runs. Pak Shaheen 222-8 (Faisal Khan 47, Ateeq 52, Usman 38, Rawdad Khan 21, Tabassum 21; Humayun Farooq 3-59, Khalid 2-20, Moon 2-29, Aijaz 2-34). Saudi Oil Co 178 (Rehab 51, Ayaz 60, Khalid 27; Faisal Khan 2-20, Israr 2-24, Ahmed 2-11).


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