Pak Crescent scores a double win.
Pak Crescent were bowled out for 231 runs off 35 overs after they won the toss and elected to bat.
Sarfaraz (99) and Ali Shan (42) were the top scorers. Abid took 3 for 47 runs. Fazaland, Sajjam took two wickets each. In reply, Indo Ryders were bundled out for 97 runs off 21.3 overs. Faizal remained unbeaten on 20. Fahad took 3 for 20 while Sarfaraz, Asif and Saleem had two wickets each.
In the other match Pak Crescent beat Shah XI by 152 runs. Pak Crescent scored 206 runs in the allotted overs. Ali Shan (52), Saleem (40) and 33 extras contributed to their total. Sami took 3 for 37 runs. In reply Shah XI were all bundled out for 54 runs. Sarfaraz 3 for 25 while Fahad and Asif took two wickets each for 15 and 13 runs respectively.
Man of-the-Match: Sarfaraz Later, Napet got the better of Yanbu Youth XI by 35 runs. Yanbu scored 144 with mir (48), Yaseen (30) and Yasir (38) the main run getters. Abdullah impressed with the ball as he bagged 4 for 21. Yanbu Youth in their chase lost wickets at regular intervals and managed 109 for 8. Mohammad Abdullah top-scored with 36 runs.
Kashmir XI won both their Twenty20-over matches against Royal Commission and Saudi Ossan by 52 and 47 runs respectively.
Kashmir XI scored 129 for 6. Hamid and Lal remained unbeaten after they scored 44 and 23 runs respectively. Imran and Patel took two wickets each. In reply Royal Commission were all out for 77 runs off 16.2 overs. Tariq took 3 for 21 while Khizar got 2 for 31.
Man-of the-Match: Hamid.
In the other match, Kashmir totaled 126 for 7. Khizar (26), Zaheer (72) and Qaisar (38) impressed. Qalandar (39) and Arham (41) were the main scorers for Saudi Ossan. Hamid and Qaisar took three wickets each.
In the last match, Almuzain scored 174 runs against Saudi Ossan. Qaiser top-scored with 90 runs. Shahid supported him with 28. Inam-ul-Haq had 2 for 22 runs. Waqas put some resistance and remained not out on 18 runs as his team crumbled for 90 runs. Zaheeruddin had deadly figures with 4 for 9.
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|Publication:||Arab News (Jeddah, Saudi Arabia)|
|Date:||Apr 19, 2013|
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