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Aimmz Trading registers first win in Karachi Defence Cup Ramazan Night Cricket Tournament 2019

Aimmz Trading team defeated Karachi Stallions by 4 wickets to earn their first victory in the fourth match of 2019 Karachi Defence Cup Ramazan Night Cricket Tournament 2019 which was played at IBA Cricket ground in Karachi.

The fourth battled saw witnessed Aimmz Trading team beating Karachi Stallions by 4 wickets to claim their first win in the tournament. 

Batting first, Karachi Stallions  ended the match with a low target of 97 runs on 10 wickets and 19.1 overs with the key players proving to be Muahmmad Waseem who scored the most runs for the winner team i.e 18 runs on 23 balls and Shahvaiz Irfan making 7 runs on 12 balls. Daniyal Gigi stood not out with 2 runs on 3 balls.

In response to the target given to Aimmz Trading players by their opponents, they chased well, registering their first win in the game by defeating Karachi Stallions team through Zain Muhmmad, Fareed Shah, Harris Shams who each scored 23, 27 and 12 runs to earn their team this victory. 

Abdul Rehman stood not out with managing 17 runs on 9 balls along with Abdur Rehman scoring 1 run on 5 balls. Ata Ur Rehman and Ikram Ul Haq from the winner team were jointly declared the Man of the Match.

Following is the fifth match summary:

Dubai Hawks will now face Siemens Cricket Team today at 10:30 PM at the same venue. 

Karachi Defence Cup Ramazan Night Cricket Tournament has been organized by PSSO and Sportics, for the first time ever, which is featuring a total of 10 teams, who have lined up to compete in this tournament. 

An attractive prize pursue of Rupees 135,000 have been offered in this tournament, among which the winner team will be awarded with 160,000 Rupees and the runner-up team will get Rupees 40,000 worth of cash prize. Besides, Best Bowler, Best Batsman and Best Player will also be given awards.

Players from their respective teams are seen competing with all their talent and skill so as to win the ultimate title of the tournament. 

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