SULTAN ABD OF UAE WINS THE MASTER’S TITLE

SULTAN ABD OF UAE WINS THE MASTER’S TITLE

Sultan Abd of UAE won the Men’s Master’s Title yesterday by defeating Ahmed Shaheen of Qatar in a very close match between two of the best players in the tournament. Earlier to that Ahmed Atiq of UAE played Ahmed Shaheen of Qatar to decide the third position, in which Ahmed won comfortably.
Yesterday was also the conclusion of Arab Cup and it ended with a spectacular world class match between the two brotherly countries.
From 2nd June 2003 Qatar started a very busy schedule of Bowling with Qatar International and the Arab Cup 2003. Both of them were a huge success around the Middle East and probably the whole Globe.

SULTAN OF UAE WITH HIS MASTER’S TROPHY

In the end of the Successful championship it was Qatar, who collected most of the prizes. Following is the list of trophies won by Qatar..

Highest Game: Qatar (Abdullah Al Qattan)
Highest Six games: Qatar (Ahmed Shaheen)
Overall Champions: Qatar
Trios Champions: Qatar (Ahmed Shaheen, Saeed Al Hajeri, Bandar Al Shafi)
All Team event: Qatar (Ahmed Shaheen, Saeed Al Hajeri, Bandar Al Shafi, Abdullah Al Qattan and Khalifa Khalid Al Kubesi)

ARAB CUP 2003, DOHA QATAR

Qatar’s Ahmed Shaheen and Saeed Al Hajeri won Gold for their country after outplaying all the teams in the Championship, they focused on their game, brought strikes and hence won the 1st place in the doubles title. Egypt’s karim and Tarek remained 2nd with an average of 200 whereas Bahrain’s Yousef and Sami Noor stood third in the points table with 198.75 average

Naif Oqab (pictured) of UAE looked very promising in the first day of the Arab Teams Cup Championships 2003, in which he over took Big names like Ahmed Shaheen and Saeed Hajeri who took 2nd and 3rd positions respectively.
Naif Oqab being the youngest bowler in the UAE team didn’t looked so promising in the first game in which he scored a mere score of 190, actually it was the last two games in which he bowled his heart out scoring 245 and 234 respectively.