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UT Lines, Al-Zafer, Butt Sports prevail
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 03 - 07 - 2017

JEDDAH — Kashif Zaman's superb bowling spell of 5 wickets for only 1 run took Al-Zafer to a massive 102 run win. UT Lines, Butt Sports, Pak Shaheen, Makkah Eagles, Naseem Al-Zahra and ARM United also prevailed over their respective opponents in the 10th week matches of the Ace Travel Saudi Cup sponsored by Ace Travel and Tours and organized by Jeddah Cricket Association.
UT Lines recorded a big 105-run win over AEC with Bilal putting on an all-round performance, scoring 69 and taking 2 wickets for 4 runs. Al-Zafer won handsomely by 102 runs despite being restricted to 152 but in turn bundled out Riyadh Foods for a paltry 50 with Kashif Zaman taking 5 for 1. Butt Sports scraped through with a 16-run win over KAIA, thanks to Saeed's 64 runs. Pak Shaheen raced to a 7-wicket win with Furqan (50) and Usman (49 not out) reaching 133 with ease. Makkah Eagles also scored an 8-wicket win over Awan CC through the combination of Saad (58) and Irafn (43). Nazeer's unbeaten 107, studded with 16 fours and 2 sixes, enabled ARM United down Al-Burj by 33 runs. Amir Wahlah's 64 runs and 3 for 33 and Nadeem's unbeaten 86 off 34 balls inclusive of 8 sixes and 7 fours, lifted Naseem Al-Zahra to an 8-wicket win over Makkah Kings.
UT Lines beat AEC by 105 runs. UT Lines 189 for 8 (Bilal 69, Shad 21, Usman 24; Zaheer 2 for 23, Asim 2 for 15, Wajid 2 for 24). AEC 84 all out (Waleed 3 for 16, Sardar 2 for 24, Faizan 2 for 20, Bilal 2 for 4).
Al-Zafer beat Riyadh Foods by 102 runs. Al-Zafer 152 all out (Ahmad 43; Shahnawaz 2 for 19, Mohsin 3 for 25, Azhar 2 for 24, Usman 2 for 19). Riyadh Foods 50 all out (Kashif Zaman 5 for 1, Fahad 2 for 17).
Butt Sports beat KAIA by 16 runs. Butt Sports 179 for 6 (Saeed 64, Murtaza 33, Abdul Rahman 22; Javed 3 for 30, Zeeshan 3 for 29). KAIA 163 for 6 (Ameen 23, Samad 28; Javed 21 Umar 3 for 24).
Pak Shaheen beat Eirad Travel by 7 wickets.
Eirad Travel 132 all out (Tariq 49; Faisal 2 for 19, Adil 2 for 9). Pak Shaheen 133 for 3 (Usman 49 not out, Furqan 50).
Makkah Eagles beat Awan CC by 8 wickets. Awan Cricket Club 135 all out (Naveed 70, Amjad 23, Ali Malik 25; Hasnain 2 for 24). Makkah Eagles 138 for 2 (Saad 58, Irfan 43).
ARM beat Al-Burj by 32 runs. ARM 216 for 3 (Nazeer 107 not out, Ahmad Qureshi 31, Atta 43). Al-Burj 184 for 8 (Waseem 66, Adeel 44; Atta ur Rahman 2 for 43, Ahmad Qureshi 2 for 28 Ashraf 2 for 13).
Naseem Al-Zahra beat Makkah Kings by 8 wickets. Makkah Kings 174 all out (Abdul Raheem 49, Irfan 33, Nawaz 25, Jibran 23; Rizwan 3 for 24, Khalid 3 for 43, Amir Wahla 3 for 33). Naseem Al-Zahra 175 for 2 (Amir Wahla 64, Nadeem 86 not out).

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