Indian Club and Global Metal win.
Batting first, the Indian Club scored 200 runs for the loss of seven wickets in 25 overs with Shailesh Kumar (53 runs), Asif (3 wickets for 32 runs) and (Riaz 2 wickets for 31 runs) being their top players.
In reply, ABM Climax managed 130 runs all out in 24 overs. Imran (35 runs) and Prakash (3 wickets for 31 runs) were pick up for the losers.
Global Metal followed suit as they scored 195 runs for 8 in 25 overs with
Imran (35 runs), Swapnil (31 runs) and Talat (5 wickets for 34 runs) making crucial contributions.
In reply, EM Dekor could only score 98 runs all out and it was Atif (21 runs) who made the bulk of scoring for the losers.
Meanwhile, the all-conquering Public security team continued their winning streak by demolishing Young Challengers by a margin of 66 runs.
Ashraf Mughal's golden run with the bat continued from where he had left earlier by stroking useful 65 runs for the victors.
Public Security scored 188 runs for seven in 25 overs with Jameel (36 runs) making further contributions.
Young Challengers replied scoring 122 runs all out in 21 overs. Shani (24 runs) and Ashraf (4 wickets) were their top players.
Shoe Campus 207 for 6 in 25 overs (Haroon 61 runs, Amir 45 runs, Shehzad 28 runs not out, Nasir 3 wickets for 32 runs, Abid 2 wickets for 23 runs) bt Bu Bashait Rent A car 195 all out (Nasir 63 runs, Irfan 34 runs.
Adil 4 wickets for 29 runs) by 12 runs.
Friends XI 168 for 3 in 20 overs (Rahmatullah 65 runs not out, Neil Isaac 78 runs) lost to Bapco 169 for 3 in 18.1 overs (Felix 66 runs, Surya 52 runs
Sattar 2 wickets for 32 runs) by 7 wickets
DHL 146 all out in 19.2 overs (Tariq 43 runs, Tahir 27 runs, Janaka 3 wickets for 14 runs) lost to Young warriors 148 for 4 in 18 overs (Janaka 52 runs, Usman 22 runs) by 6 wickets.
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|Publication:||Gulf Daily News (Manama, Bahrain)|
|Date:||Feb 1, 2010|
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