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Khyber Green Azmari qualifies for FSL final

Khyber Green Azmari qualifies for FSL final
April 11, 2017

KHAR, 11 April: The Khyber Green Azmari cricket team on Tuesday defeated the Khyber Blue team in semifinal match and qualified for the Fata Super League (FSL) final.
In the first semifinal match being played at the Bajaur Sports Complex, the Khyber Green Azmari team defeated the Khyber Blue by two wickets. Batting first, the Khyber Blue team scored 182 runs in the allotted 20 over. Taimur and Hayat scored 76 and 36 runs respectively.
In reply, the Khyber Green Azmari team successfully chased the target of 183 runs in last over with Sajid’s 72 runs. Sajid was declared man of the match for his match winning batting performance.
The second semifinal of the tournament will be played tomorrow (Wednesday) at the Jamrud Sports Complex between Kurrami Gulona and Waziristan Azmari.


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