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EurAsia Cricket Series Tournament

Abu Dhabi, April 22 to May 5 2006

The tournament runs from April 22nd until May 5th, and features the 'A 'teams of India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Holland and Ireland, with the full UAE side completing the line up.
Ireland will be the only associate nation taking part and their invitation to the tournament is seen as reward after they qualified for the World Cup finals.
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Ireland vs UAE

UAE Won by 8 wickets

The UAE made full use of the home conditions to emerge comprehensive eight wickets winners over the 2007 World Cup qualifiers Ireland in the opening match of the BSNL EurAsia Cricket Series at the Zayed stadium, Abudhabi.
They skittled out Ireland for a modest 132 in 46.4 overs and hit the winning runs in 27 overs for the loss of two wickets to win with a bonus point in group A that also include Sri Lanka A.
Abdul Rehman (37 not out) and Saqib Ali (32 not out) shared an unbroken 81-run stand for the third wicket to see their side through after openers Arshad Ali (7) fell when the total at 18 and Amjad Javed was next out after a breezy 33 at 52.
Abdul Rehman hit five fours and a six over mid wicket in his 71-ball knock, and Saqib struck half-a-dozen fours and faced 64 deliveries.
Ireland, although fielding a second string side, were made to toil throughout their inning following a double strike from Ali Asad, which left them two wickets down for one run the bowler conceded off a first ball wide.
The lanky medium pacer trapped opener Jason Molins (0) and had William Porterfield caught behind by Abdul Rehman for a first ball duck, but missed out on the hat trick in the next over.
Conor Armstrong joined by wicket keeper batsman Gary Wilson made a partial recovery with a 38-run stand before paceman Zahid Shah produced another double strike to leave Ireland at 39 for four. Armstrong went for a wild swing and was caught behind by Abdul Rehman, and Mark Hutchinson was trapped in front three deliveries later to leave the Ireland inning in tatters. Wilson braved the 40 degrees heat in the after noon to salvage some pride for his country after Ireland had won the toss and elected to bat first. Wilson played the anchor role until run out to a throw from Amjad Javed, having faced 135 deliveries and striking two fours for a top score of 58, and ending a valuable 36-run stand for the eighth wicket with Roger Whelan. Ireland A Team: JAM Molins, CM Armstrong, WTS Porterfield, GC Wilson, MK Hutchinson, JF Mooney, KJ O'Brien, DD Simpson, RK Whelan, GE Kidd, TRS Britton.
United Arab Emirates Team: Amjad Javed, Arshad Ali, Abdul Rehman, Saqib Ali, Khurram Khan, Mohammad Tauqir, Zahid Shah, Shoaib Sarwar, Ali Asad, Naeemuddin Aslam, Fahad Usman.


Result: United Arab Emirates won by 8 wickets
Toss: Ireland A
Man of the Match: GC Wilson

Ireland A innings (50 overs maximum)          R   M   B  4 6
JAM Molins       lbw            b Ali Asad    0   4   5  0 0
CM Armstrong     c Abdul Rehman b Zahid Shah 17  64  42  0 0
WTS Porterfield  c Abdul Rehman b Ali Asad    0   1   1  0 0
GC Wilson        run out                     58 173 135  2 0
MK Hutchinson    lbw            b Zahid Shah  0   3   3  0 0
JF Mooney        lbw            b Mohd Tauqir 9  26  13  0 0
KJ O'Brien                      b Khurram Khan3  21  17  0 0
DD Simpson       lbw            b Arshad Ali  1  10   4  0 0
RK Whelan        not out                     19  66  52  1 0
GE Kidd          run out                      4   4   3  1 0
TRS Britton      run out                      0   9   6  0 0
Extras           (b 1, lb 8, w 12)            21
Total             (all out, 46.4 overs)      132

FoW: 1-1 (Molins), 2-1 (Porterfield), 3-39 (Armstrong),
     4-39 (Hutchinson), 5-64 (Mooney), 6-81 (O'Brien),
     7-85 (Simpson), 8-121 (Wilson), 9-128 (Kidd),
     10-132 (Britton).

Bowling                      O      M      R      W
Ali Asad                     7.4    1     17      2 (4w)
Shoaib Sarwar                5      0     28      0
Zahid Shah                   5      1     14      2
Mohammad Tauqir             10      2     16      1
Arshad Ali                   9      2     17      1
Khurram Khan                10      2     31      1

UAE innings (target: 133 runs from 50 overs)  R   M   B  4 6
Amjad Javed      c Mooney       b Armstrong  33  40  24  7 0
Arshad Ali       c Wilson       b Mooney      7  14  12  1 0
Abdul Rehman     not out                     37 102  71  5 1
Saqib Ali        not out                     32  75  64  6 0
Extras           (lb 2, w 9, nb 13)          24
Total            (2 wickets, 27 overs)      133

DNB: Khurram Khan, Mohammad Tauqir, Zahid Shah, Shoaib Sarwar,
     Ali Asad, Naeemuddin Aslam, Fahad Usman.

FoW: 1-18 (Arshad Ali), 2-50 (Amjad Javed).

Bowling                 O      M      R      W
Whelan                  4      0     28      0 (3nb)
Mooney                  6      0     24      1 (2nb, 4w)
Armstrong               2      0     17      1 (5w)
O'Brien                 4      1     14      0 (2nb, 2w)
Kidd                    5      1     15      0 (1nb)
Britton                 4      2     13      0
Simpson                 2      0     20      0 (1nb, 2w)

Zayed International Cricket Stadium

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Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi

The new stadium, a bare fifteen minutes from downtown Abu Dhabi, promises a new era of sport in the Emirate. The Zayed Cricket Stadium, named after the UAE President, Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, is a mutli-million dirham project that has been funded and supported by the Abu Dhabi Government with the aim of turning Abu Dhabi into a world class venue for international cricket tournaments. The architectural design of the stadium is itself bound to attract attention. The facility has an18000-seat capacity with eight pitches, five of these of turf. A massive curved shade canopy covering the Grand Stand pavilion is the highlight of the stadium. It is the largest unsupported structure of any cricket stadium, weighing around 1,000 tonnes and has three pillars placed behind at the centre, symbolising the three cricket stumps.
The latest technology is being used for lighting and scoreboards to ensure accepted international standards for televising matches.

Harbhajan Singh Memorabilia

Singh's Magnificent Hat Trick

On the 1st Day of the 2nd Test, India versus Australia, in March 2001, at Eden Gardens in Kolkata, Harbhajan Singh achieved what no other Indian cricketer had ever done - he snared a magnificent Hat Trick.
Limited Edition Magnificent photographic collage of the three dismissals with the hat trick at Calcutta capturing photograph in each piece being personally signed by Harbhajan Singh. Each piece .encased in a timber frame with Perspex glazing and is supported by A-Tag microchip authentication technology, and comes complete with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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