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TOURNAMENT NEWS
QCA CRICKET TOURNAMENT 2017
 

 


13-OCTOBER-2017

DIVISION - B & C

* SHAHEEN XI WON BY 7 WKTS (SHAHEEN - 154/15.1 & CBQ BLUE - 152/20)

* MASTERS WON BY 32 RUNS (MASTERS - 155/20 & EXPATS - 123/20)

* DOHA CONNECTION WON BY 7 WKTS (DC - 152/15.5 & AL NOOF - 151/20)

* AL RAYAN WON BY 5 WKTS (AL RAYAN - 150/16.3 & PAK FALCONS - 148/20)

* QATAR UNITED WON BY 8 WKTS (QU - 143/17.3 & PWC - 139/20)

* CITY EXCHANGE WON BY 139 RUNS (CE - 224/20 & PHANTOM - 85/20)

* CHALLENGERS WON BY 2 RUNS (CHALLENGERS - 113/20 & LANKANS - 111/20)

* GULF CONTRACTING WON BY 6 WKTS (GC - 160/18.5 & TITANS - 159/20)

* AL HAMRA WON BY 60 RUNS (AL HAMRA - 245/20 & SEA SHORE - 185/20)

* MATCH TIED BETWEEN LAHORE BADSHAH AND REDCO INT'L

* CENTURION WON BY 74 RUNS (CENTURION - 190/20 & ZAFFRON - 116/20)

* LAHORE TIRES WON BY 28 RUNS (LAHORE TIRES - 182/20 & PCA - 154/20)

* WALKOVER - KHAN YOUNGSTERS AWARDED 2 POINTS

* ZERONE TECHNOLOGIES WON BY 4 WKTS (ZERONE - 183/18.2 & MOSANADA - 182/20)

* QIE WON BY 71 RUNS (QIE - 210/20 & KASHMIR - 139/20)

* QATAR SUPER KING WON BY 4 WKTS (QSK - 173/18.1 & HADICO - 168/20)

* KARWAR INDIAN WON BY 4 WKTS (KARWAR - 125/18 & HADICO - 124/20)

U-19 BOYS SCHOOL

* IDEAL INDIAN SCHOOL WON BY 4 WKTS (IIS - 91/11.5 & DPS-MIS - 89/20)

* AL KHOR INTERNATIONAL WON BY 46 RUNS (ALKHOR - 138/20 & NEWTON - 92/20)

* PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL WON BY 80 RUNS (PIS - 180/20 & BANGLADESH - 100/20)

* WALKOVER - PAK SHAMA AWARDED 2 POINTS
 
 
Qatar Cricket Association Board
Yousef Jeham Al Kuwari
President
Abdullah Aman Al Khater
General Secretary
Eisa Ali E Ghanem
Asst. General Secretary
Mohammad Ahmad
S A Othman

Member
 
ICC WORLD CRICKET LEAGUE DIVISION-5 2017 (BENONI - SOUTH AFRICA)    LIVE SCORES    03-SEP-2017 * Cayman Island VS Qatar    QATAR WON BY 93 RUNS. * Italy VS Guemsey    ITALY WON BY 48 RUNS. * Jersey VS Vanuatu    JERSEY WON BY 6 WKTS. * Ghana VS Germany    GERMANY WON BY 1 WKT. 04-SEP-2017 * Jersey VS Germany    JERSEY WON BY 5 WKTS. * Vanuatu VS Ghana    GHANA WON BY 2 WKTS. * Guemsey VS Cayman Island    GUERNSEY WON BY 6 WKTS. * Italy VS Qatar    ITALY WON BY 6 WKTS 06-SEP-2017 * Guemsey VS Qatar    QATAR WON BY 3 WKTS. * Italy VS Cayman Island    ITALY WON BY 122 RUNS. * Jersey VS Ghana    JERSEY WON BY 108 RUNS . * Vanuatu VS Germany    VANUATU WON BY 4 WKTS 07-SEP-2017 * Guernsey VS Ghana    GUERNSEY WON BY 23 RUNS. * Germany VS Cayman Island    GERMANY WON BY 5 WKTS. * Italy VS Vanuatu    VANUATU WON BY 6 WKTS. * Jersey VS Qatar    JERSEY WON BY 7 WKTS. 09-SEP-2017 * Cayman Island VS Ghana    GHANA WON BY 6 WKTS. * Guernsey VS Germany    GERMANY WON BY 4 WKTS. * Italy VS Qatar    QATAR WON BY 3 WKTS. * Jersey VS Vanuatu    JERSEY WON BY 120 RUNS. *JERSEY WON THE ICC WORLD CRICKET LEAGUE DIVISION 5 TITLE WITH AN EASY WIN OVER VANUATU, QATAR WON A THRILLING ENCOUNTER OVER ITALY TO GRAB THRID PLACE.
 
 
   
 
 
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ICC LAUNCHES NEW MOBILE APP AHEAD OF CHAMPIONS TROPHY 2017: The International Cricket Council (ICC) today launched its new all-encompassing cricket mobile app with a host of attractive features that will take fan experience to a new level during the upcoming ICC Champions Trophy 2017 to be held in England and Wales from 1-18 June.
 
 
It will be the go-to cricket app for all international cricket including this year’s ICC events - the Champions Trophy and the Women's World Cup.
 
 
 
ACC AWARDED MEDIA RIGHTS OF ASIA CUPS 2016-2023 TO STAR INDIA : The Asian Cricket Council wishes to announce that the Media Rights of the next event cycle from 2016 to 2023 has been awarded to Star India. The decision was taken at an Asian Cricket Council's meeting held on 20th December 2015 in Singapore.
 
 
The Events included under this agreement are Asia Cup, Women's Asia Cup, Emerging Asia Cup and U19 Asia Cup to be held from 2016 to 2023.
 
 

 
TENDER NOTICE INVITATION - SPONSORSHIP RIGHTS PACKAGE TO THE ASIA CUP TOURNAMENTS 2016-2019 :The Asian Cricket Council (uACC") has published an ITT for certain Sponsorship Rights relating to the (1) Asia Cup Tournament and its qualifier, (2) Women's Asia Cup Tournament, (3) Ul9 Asia Cup Tournament and (4) Emerging Asia Cup Tournament (jointly referred to as the uAsia Cup Tournaments"), scheduled to be held from 2016 to 2019.
 
 
The Sponsorship Rights package available for exploitation is as follows:
 
 

 
8 to 12 Years Cricket Coaching Camp: A large number of boys took part in the Under 8-12 Junior Cricket Camp, which was organised by the Qatar Cricket Association with the sponsorship of the Asian Cricket Council.
 
 
Under the banner of the Qatar Olympic Committee, Mr M.A Shahid (CEO), had organised the camp at West Bay grounds Dafna on 7st February, 2015 in 11 grounds at west bay boys were given different trainings .The camp was aimed at identifying the young talent and grooming them for the future.
 
 

 
QCA to select 14 schools: The monthly meeting of the Qatar Cricket Association (QCA) was held on September 5 at the Alfardan centre to discuss and find ways to promote cricket.
 
 
The meeting was chaired by MA Shahid, President and the other committee members Manzoor Ahmad, General Secretary, Malik Nazar Mohammad, Technical Advisor, Gul Khan jadoon, Head of Domestic Cricket, Mohammad Akram, Public Relations and Events manager, Aruna  D’Silva, Joint Secretary Development, Amjad Baig, Joint Secretary Ground Development, Hassan Raza Joint Secretary (Domestic Cricket) and Mohammad Imran, Office Manager
 
 

 
Qatar girls team for ACC T20 Championship in Malaysia A 14 member girl’s team will represent Qatar in Asian Cricket Council organized ACC Women’s Twenty20 Championship to be held in Malaysia from July 3-11.
 
 
   QCA management has formed the panel of selectors consist of, Malik Nazar Muhammad chief selectors with their fellow selectors Mr. Mohammad Amjad Baig, Mr.Aruna De.Silva and Mr.Shamsuddin al Khaddas who has completed preliminary selection of the players for the above ACC Twenty 20 Cup.
 
   

 
ACC umpiring course begins: The Asian Cricket Council conducted Level 2 umpiring course was inaugurated in Doha on 16th August 2009, by Qatar Cricket Association president M A Shahid.
 
 
Issa Ghanem of the Qatar Olympic Committee, QCA general secretary Manzoor Ahmad and the other officials of were present.
 
Former international umpires Ross Turner of Australia, Mahboob Shah of Pakistan and K T Francis of SriLanka will be training aspiring cricket umpires from Bahrain, Afghanistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Nepal, Oman, Bhutan, the UAE, Iran and Qatar.
   

 
Selection camp: Qatar Cricket Association is under process in the selection of Senior Cricketers to participate in ACC Twenty-20 Cup 2009 to be held in U.A.E. from 22-30 November 2009. Therefore Qatar Cricket Association has conducted a selection camp on Friday the 7th August 2009 at 3.00 p.m. at west Bay Cricket Ground.
 
 
Former international umpires Ross Turner of Australia, Mahboob Shah of Pakistan and K T Francis of SriLanka will be training aspiring cricket umpires from Bahrain, Afghanistan, Singapore, Malaysia, Nepal, Oman, Bhutan, the UAE, Iran and Qatar.
 
 

 
Qatar girls team for ACC T20 Championship in Malaysia: A 14 member girl’s team will represent Qatar in Asian Cricket Council organized ACC Women’s Twenty20 Championship to be held in Malaysia from July 3-11.
 
 
              The management Committee of Qatar Cricket Association has named Manzoor Ahmad as manager, Riffat Zafar as coach, Maryam Gul Khan (physio) and Rishika Reddy as captain of the team.
 
 

 
Qatar Gets Turf: The After thirty years playing on a mixture of concrete, matting and other artificial surfaces, Qatar’s cricketers finally have their first turf facility. The Industrial Cricket Ground, about eight kilometers from the centre of Doha.
 
 
The ground was donated to the Qatar Cricket Association by their chairman, His Excellency Sheikh Hamad Bin Jassim Bin Jabr Al Thani the Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, along with the Secretary General of the Qatar Olympic Committee His Excellency Sheikh Saoud Bin Abdulrahman Al Thani.
 
 

 
Al Feroz down CCTC in Twenty20 tourney final: Al Feroz CC registered a 56-run victory over Control Contracting Trading Co Cricket Club in the final of the Qatar Cricket Association (QCA) organised Twenty20 cricket tournament at the West Bay Ground.
 
 
  Batting first, Al Feroz scored 208 for 4 in their alloted 20 overs. Nuwan made 25 and Habib scored 64. Shah Jee (20), Imran (55), and Sajjad (25) were the other main contributors.
 
 

 
MES clinch top honours in inter-school girls tourney: MES Indian School registered a 51-run victory over Al Khor International School in the Qatar Cricket Association(QCA) inter-school girls cricket tournament 2009 at the QCA West Bay cricket ground.
 
 
Batting first, MES’2’ Indian School team Piled up 121 in their allotted 17 overs. Openers Ishaani Mittal and Aisha Mohammad made 51 and 40 runs respectively.
 
 

 
CCTC down Cb to claim Div ‘A’ title: Control Contracting & Trading Company-Qatar (CCTC) beat Commercialbank of Qatar by four  wickets in the final of the Qatar Cricket Association (QCA) Championship 2009 at the West Bay ground.
 
 

Batting first, Cb lost their four wickets with only 110 runs on boards in 21 overs.

Umer Taj made 40. Zaheer (18) and Moazzam (13) were the other important scorers.

 
 

 
Qatari Diar clinch Manzoor Ahmed Cup: QATARI Diar beat Qtel by seven wickets in the Division-B final of the Manzoor Ahmed Cup, sponsored by ARUP, a leading international engineering and consulting firm and organized by the Qatar Cricket Association (QCA). Twenty eight teams took part in the event.
 
 
Batting first Qtel scored 186 in their allotted 40 overs, a fine 60 by Khalid setting the foundation for the score. Rohan (18) and Imraz (20) were the other main scorers, while for Qatari Diar, Imran claimed three wickets.
In reply, Qatari Diar raced to their rain-ravised target of 117 in 25 overs with Allah Ditta and Mannan Malik scoring 41 and 39 respectively.
 
 

 
Commercialbank win Manzoor Ahmed Cup: COMMERCIALBANK defeated Al Feroz by four wickets in the Division ‘A’ final of the Manzoor Ahmed Cup sponsored by ARUP, a leading international engineering and consulting firm and organized by the Qatar Cricket Association (QCA).
 
 
Batting first, Al Feroz scored 190 in their allotted 50 overs. Shaji top- scored with 56 and Feriz Nuwan made 38. Ali contributed 26. Usman Malik bagged three wickets for Commercialbank. Faisal and Ali claimed two wickets apiece.
 
 

 
Huge turnout for women’s cricket: In a major first, women’s cricket in Qatar took a historic step forward as nearly 150 females turned out for trails conducted by the Qatar Cricket Association (QCA).
 
 
Braving wet and cold weather at West bay Area, the 150 cricket hopefuls went through their paces, much to the delight of QCA officials keen to develop women’s cricket.
 
 

 
New chapter for women’s cricket in Qatar: FOR the first time in the history of cricket in Qatar, a women’s cricket camp was conducted by Qatar Cricket Association (QCA) at the West Bay cricket ground last Saturday.
 
 
Braving wet and cold weather conditions at the ground, almost 100 cricket hopefuls went through their paces, much to the delight of QCA officials keen to develop women’s cricket. Vying for a place in the Qatar women’s team were players as young as nine years and some in their late 30s and hailing from different fields school students, housewives and employed individuals and employed individuals.
 
 

 
Qatar girls team for Thailand event: A 14 member girls team will represent Qatar in the Asian Cricket Council under – 19 tournament to be held in Thailand from December 13 to 24.
The team will be led by Aisha while Safa Patel is the vice-captain. Aruna De Silva is the coach and Manzoor Ahmed the manager.
 
 
Qatar Cricket Association president M A Shahid met the team and wished them all success
 
 

 
Qatar win u-15 ACC Challenge Cup:
Qatar won the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) organized under-15 Challenge Cup in Thailand, beating Bhutan by eight wickets in the final.
 
 
Qatar stayed unbeaten in the tournament which included teams from Thailand, China, Brunei, Myanmar and Maldives.
 
 

 
DPS-MIS down IIS for triumph in QCA inter-school boys tournament: DPS-Morden Indian School registered a four-wicket victory over Ideal Indian School(IIS) in the Qatar Cricket Association (QCA) organized inter-school boys cricket tournament at the West Bay cricket ground.
 
 
As many as 10 schools participated in the tournament, Ideal Indian School, DPS-Modern Indian School, the Cambridge School, MES Indian School, Bright Future Pakistani School, Pak Shama School &college, Bangladesh MHM School and College, Dukhan English School and Birla Public School.
 
 

 
Omar Taj to lead Qatar in Malaysia event: OMAR Taj will lead Qatar in the ACC Cup to be held in Malaysia from July 25 to August 3, The Qatar Cricket Association announced yesterday. Anwar Uddin will be the vice - captain.
 
 
Ten countries from Asia region are participating in the event. The Qatar squad will leave for Malaysia on Friday.
The participating teams are divided into 2 groups. Group A consists of UAE, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia, while Group B comprises Hong Kong, Nepal, Qatar and Kuwait.
 
 

 
QCA to promote women’s cricket: The Qatar Cricket Association (QCA) is going ahead with plans to promote girls’ cricket in the country, hoping to send teams to the Asian under – 19 tournaments in Malaysia (2008) and China (2010).
 
 
A meeting was held to chalk out a plan of action and the response was good and the response was good, the QCA said.
Representatives of several schools were invited to the meeting, Aruna De Silva, the QCA’s head of women’s cricket development programme. 
 
 

 
 
 
 
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TEAM NAMES
POINTS
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South Africa
119
2
Australia
117
3
India
116
4
England
113
5
New Zealand
111
6
Pakistan
95
7
Bangladesh
94
8
Sri Lanka
93
9
West Indies
77
 
 
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