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Mouzzam hits double ton in Saudi Premier League
Published in The Saudi Gazette on 10 - 10 - 2015

Aijaz Ahmed Khan

JEDDAH — ACE Travel & Tours, ARM United, Pak Green, ALS Warriors, MB Stars and My Care Rangers came out on top in Saudi Premier League here. The event is sponsored and supported by Ace Travel and Tours and Initial Services Group as main sponsors along with co-sponsors, Jotun Saudi Arabia, ALS Borderless Logistics, Khind Electronics, Saudi Industrial Projects Company for Pepsi, Arrow Food Distribution for MIZO juices and UT Lines. The tournament is organized by Jeddah Cricket Association (JCA).
ACE Travel beat Kashmir Stags by a huge margin of 305 runs. ACE Travels piled up 393-2. In-form opening batsman Mouzzam hit a record unbeaten 209 in 69 balls. His innings was decorated with 17 fours and 20 towering sixes. His opening partner Abdul Wahed played equally well for his 80 in 27 balls. He hit nine fours and six sixes. Maqsood made a quick-fire 63 off 17 balls. Nahid claimed 1-56. In reply, Kashmir Stags was bundled out for 88. Fast bowler Mumrez Khan took 4-38, Shahzad 2-18, Khalid 2-11 and Faheem Pasha 2-21.
My Care Rangers beat Hyderabad Sharks by one wicket. Hyderabad Sharks posted 181-8. Parvez hit 82 in 42 balls, skipper Arif Hashmi 32, Luqman 27 and Yasir 13. Riaz Afridi scalped 4-25, Zakir 2-18, Ashgar 1-30 and Shafiq 1-21. My Care Rangers reached its target 182-9 in 18.1 overs for the loss of 9 wickets. Adnan Khan blasted 45 in 19 balls, Shafi 25, Shad Mohammad Khan 22 and Adnan Shah 22. Mohammad Hussain bagged 3-25, Faheem 2-38, Zakir 2-12 and Parvez 1-48.
ARM United thumped ICAD by 7 wickets. ICAD was bowled out for 149 in 19.1 overs. Shahid (31), Waqar (25), Waqas (19), Afzal (17) and Shakeel (14) were among the runs. Zeeshan took 3-17, Sadiq Merchant 3-27, Siraj 2-37, Atta Ur Rehman 1-34 and Nazeer 1-8. ARM United was home 152-3 in 14 overs. Sami Khan remained unbeaten on 54, Tabriz Nakhuda scored 45 and Nazeer 19. Yousuf picked up 2-34 and Waqas Khan 1-14.
Pak Green humbled Saudi Oil Company by 5 wickets. Saudi Oil Company posted 165. Skipper Humayun Farooq made 38, Chand 36, while Ali Waris and Waqas hit 20 each. Faisal and Rizwan claimed 2 wickets each for 38 and 33, respectively. Noman, Asim, Shaan Manzoor and Amer had one wicket each. Pak Green reached 168 for 5 in 17.2 overs. Majid Bhatti blasted 66 in 34 balls, Shan Manzoor 25 and Faisal 18. Mustafa had 3-32, Humayun Farooq 1-34 and Sulaiman 1-18.
ALS Warriors scored a 5-wicket win over Pepsi Deccan Knights. Pepsi put on 121-7. Ishaque Baghdadi was the top scorer with 52 and Rahil added 26. Shahbaz scalped 3-28, Sami 2-26, while Fahad and Amjad Jatt had a wicket each. ALS was home (125) for the loss of 5 wickets. Talha smashed 51 in 32 balls, Aleem 40 and Shahbaz 10. Ishaque Baghdadi took 2-31, Ather Abdul Quddus 2-20 and Afroz took 1-14.
MB Stars downed Saudi German Hospital by 5 wickets. Saudi German Hospital made 161. Ali scored 49, Izhar 31, Javed 16 and Huzaifa 10. Touseef snared 4-18, Yasir 2-41 while Hussain, Zia and Ateeq had one wicket each. MB Stars made 165-5 in 18 overs. Mouzzam (57), Zia (36), Ateeq (25), Badar (16) and Ashraf (14) were among the main contributors. Bilal, Omer, Taqiuddin, Waqas and Izhar had one wicket each for the SGH.

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