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Khan's spell helps Khatri Club win title

Khatri Cricket Club lifted the Dulsco Ramadan Twenty20 Corporate Cup beating hosts Dulsco Sports Club by seven wickets.

  • By K.R. Nayar, Staff Reporter
  • Published: 23:39 November 2, 2007
  • Gulf News

  • Image Credit: K.R. Nayar/Gulf News
  • Khatri Cricket Club captain Safdar Jabar receives the Dulsco Ramadan Cup from John Neale, Managing Director, Dulsco.

Dubai: Khatri Cricket Club lifted the Dulsco Ramadan Twenty20 Corporate Cup beating hosts Dulsco Sports Club by seven wickets.

In the final at Zabeel Park, Khatri Club restricted Dulsco to 111 runs and reached the target in 14.2 overs.

"We formed our club only a year ago and we are delighted to record our second tournament victory following our win in Ajman," remarked Safdar Jabar, the captain of the Khatri Club to Gulf News.

Salman Khan produced a deadly spell of 4 for 15 to wreck Dulsco. Khatri lost two early wickets but Fahad Khan hit an unbeaten 56 off 40 balls with four sixes and three fours while Nadeem Bhatti chipped in with 26 runs.

Summarised scores:

Khatri Club bt Dulsco by 7 wkts. Dulsco 111 for 8 (A. Anish 28, Mohammad Umar 21, Salman Khan 4 for 15, Sohail 2 for 16) Khatri Club 112 for 3 in 14.2 overs (Fahad Khan 56, Nadeem Bhatti 26) Man of the match: Salman Khan.

Individual awards Best bowler: Fahim of Khatri Club, Best batsman Waqar of Network Club, Man of the series: A. Anish of Dulsco.

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