Scorecard - HONG KONG v SAUDI ARABIA at KOC Hubara, 24/04/2009

HONG KONG  v SAUDI ARABIA at KOC Hubara, 24/04/2009

50-overs a side

Toss won by Hong Kong: chose to bat

Weather at start of innings: 32ºC, Sunny

HONG KONG R B 4s 6s
*James Atkinson b M. Abdullah 1 10 0 0
Shivang Baid c H.Bukhari M.Abdullah 14 16 2 2
Irfan Ahmed c S.Rushdi M. Ramzan 26 38 4 0
Nizakat Khan run out 0 3 0 0
Shakeel Haq c A.Waheed M. Waqas 8 11 0 0
†Waqas Barkat lbw M. Mohsin 84 96 6 0
Niaz Ali c A.Salam M.Ramzan 7 19 0 0
Vikash Vaswani c A.Salam M.Ramzan 0 2 0 0
Aizaz Khan b A.Salam 66 87 5 2
Asif Khan c H.Bashir A.Salam 4 5 0 0
Zuiad Khan not out 0 6 0 0
Extras: b3, lb3, w22, nb2 30
Total 241 /10 48.3 ovs

Fall of wickets:
15-1 (3.1 overs), 29-2 (5.3 overs),  29-3 (6.1 overs), 49-4 (10.1 overs), 69-5 (15.5 overs), 89-6 (21.2 overs,), 89-7 (21.4 overs), 226-8 (45.4 overs), 234-9 (46.5 overs)

SAUDI ARABIA O M R W
Waqas Khalid 10 1 54 1 (4w)
Mohammad Abdullah 10 0 49 2 (6w)
Saim Rushdi 3 0 12 2 (2w, 2nb)
Mohammad Ramzan 10 4 16 3 (1w)
Faheem Afrad 7 0 50 0 (2w)
Abdul Salam 6.3 0 41 2 (1w)
Mohammad Mohsin 2 0 13 1 (6w)

Weather at start of innings: 36ºC, Sunny

SAUDI ARABIA R B 4s 6s
†Ali Zaman c S.Haq N.Ali 11 20 2 0
Mohammad Ramzan b N.Ali 13 13 3 0
Mohammad Mohsin st W.Barqat N.Khan 11 21 2 0
Abdul Waheed st W.Barqat N.Khan 14 23 2 0
Abdul Salam run out 68 75 7 0
Hasan Bukhari not out 57 98 2 0
*Waqas Khalid not out 40 29 7 0
Mohammad Abdullah
Faheem Afrad
Saim Rushdi
Haris Bashir
Extras: lb4, w20, nb5 29
Total 243 for 5 45.5 ovs

Fall of wickets:
31-1 (4.4 overs), 31-2 (4.6 overs), 56-3 (11.3 overs), 63-4 (13.2 overs), 181-5 (37.2 overs)

HONG KONG O M R W
Irfan Ahmed 5.5 0 49 0 (1w, 5nb)
Zuiad Khan 4 0 20 0 (2w)
Niaz Ali 4 1 14 2 (1w)
Nizakhat Khan 10 1 50 2 (4w)
Shakeel Haq 10 0 32 0
Aizaz Khan 8 0 41 0 (1w)
Shivang Baid 1 0 9 0
Asif Khan 3 0 24 0

SAUDI ARABIA WON BY FIVE WICKETS
Man of the Match:  Abdul Salam (Saudi Arabia)

Umpires: Sarika Prasad (Singapore), ­­­­ John Salomon (Kuwait)
Match Referee: Naeem Ahmed (Pakistan)
Scorers: Syed Imran Ali (Pakistan),  Shakeel Ahmed (Kuwait)