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El Ghouz and Belayneh top the 10km charts in NAS Running Challenge
 
El Ghouz and Belayneh top the 10km charts in NAS Running Challenge

10-year-old Sheikha Al Najjar takes part for the second year

Dubai, United Arab Emirates - May 12, 2019:   Moroccan Anouar El Ghouz and Betlhem Belayneh of Ethiopia won the men’s and women’s title respectively in the 10km professional category of the NAS Running Challenge, which saw more than 1,600 runners of different age and nationalities take part.

El Ghouz, who works for Dubai Police, topped the charts in the men’s professional category of the 10km race with a time of 30:54, finishing ahead of Ahmed Tamri (31:00) and Samir Jouaher (31:43). Belayneh was fastest in the 10km women’s professional category, clocking 36:05 to finish ahead of Belainesh Gurmu (37:03) and Rahma Ali (39:50).

In the 10km race for UAE Nationals, Mubarak Rashid was first to cross the line in a time of 32:35, followed by Obaid Al Nuaeimi (32:56) and Khalifa Al Nuaeimi (33:44).

Morocco’s Soufiane Dardour won the 5km Open Men race in a time of 12:31, with Ethiopia’s Yassin Ebba (12:43) finishing second and Rachid Draoua (12:44), also of Morocco, finishing third.

“This is the first time I am participating in the Nad Al Sheba Running Challenge, and it was really difficult race because of the weather and the quality of the runners,” said Dardour. “There were some really good runners from Kenya and Uganda in the race, so it is really pleasing for me to finish ahead of them. I am definitely looking forward to coming back next year to defend my title.”

Youngest participant

Ten-years-old Sheikha Al Najjar was the youngest participant in the NAS Running Challenge, competing in the 5km race. She had taken part last year as well, in the 10km race alongside her father, and, impressively, finished the race.

“I run 3km three times a week,” said Al Najjar, who is part of Ajman club’s Jiu-Jitsu team. “This year, I decided against taking part in the 10km race on the advice of a Moroccan runner last year. She asked me to take part in the 5km race instead because it is better suited to my age.

“So I asked my father to register me to run alongside him in the 5km race. I managed to complete the distance without any problems and I am really pleased with that.”

Noor Bank keep hopes alive

In the NAS Cricket tournament, Noor Bank and Mideast Metals kept alive their hopes of qualifying for the knockout stage with emphatic wins on Saturday night.

Beaten by Abu Dhabi Tigers in their first match, Noor Bank bounced back to defeat Chalhoub Group by 51 runs and will now await the result of the final Pool 2 match between the Tigers and Chalhoub.

Mideast Metals, who had lost to Hadaf Sporting RAK in their opening match, defeated Wolfpack Cricket Club by 47 runs to earn a bonus point. Their fate, however, will depend on the result of the final Pool 3 match between Hadaf and Wolfpack.

There are 24 eight teams taking part in the tournament. They have been divided into eight group of three each, and the top team from each group will qualify for the quarter-finals. Dubai Exiles RFC already confirmed their place in the last eight from Pool 1 with two wins from two matches.

Futsal for People with Hearing Disabilities

The NAS Futsal Championship for People with Hearing Disabilities started on Saturday at UAE Football Association in Al Khawaneej with four teams – Dubai A, Dubai B, Abu Dhabi and Al Ain - in the fray.

In the first match, Dubai A prevailed 4-3 over Al Ain in a keenly-contested match with Omani Abdulrahman Al Khudri scoring twice for the winners, and Bahrain’s Akbar Salman and Waleed Khalid once each. Oman’s Abdullah Mubarak scored two for Al Ain and Abdulrahman Abdo a third.

In the second match, Abu Dhabi defeated Dubai B 7-0, with Salem Mohammed Al Hajri scoring three goals, Anas Abdulhadi Al Harthy two, and Hamdan Saeed Hajri and Mohammed Mubarak Al Sibai one each.

RESULTS

NAS RUNNING CHAMPIONSHIP

10km Open Men: 1-Anouar El Ghouz 30:54, 2-Ahmed Tamri 31:00, 3-Samir Jouaher 31:43

10km Open Women: 1-Betlhem Belayneh 36:05, 2-Belainesh Gurmu 37:03, 3-Rahma Ali 39:50

10km UAE Nationals: 1-Mubarak Rashid 32:35, 2-Obaid Al Nuaeimi 32:56, 3-Khalifa Al Nuaeimi 33:44

5km Open Men: 1-Soufiane Dardour 12:31, 2-Yassin Ebba 12:43, 3-Rachid Draoua 12:44

5km Open Women: 1-Chloe Tighe 14:15, 2-Anne Mari Hyrylainen 14:51, 3-Meryl Cooper 16:21

5km UAE National Men: 1-Masood Falaknaz 14:14, 2-Saleh Al Suwaidi 14:17, 3-Ayoob Mohammed 14:52

5km UAE National Women: 1-Shahad Jassem 18:50, 2-Sarah Faraidooni 19:59, 3-Marwa Alamoodi 21:02

NAS CRICKET

Noor Bank 132 for 6 (A Shah 35, S Jawaid 38; F Gafoor 2-17, A Rashid 2-9) vs Chalhoub Group 81 for 4 (F Ghafoor 20; A Iqbal 2-12). Noor Bank win by 51 runs. 

Mideast Metals 121 for 6 (MZ Mohammed n.o. 38; M Bukhari 2-16, S Anees 2-26) vs Wolfpack Cricket Club 74 for 7 (H Altaf 20; A Maqsood 2-12, K Khwaja 2-15). Mideast Metals win by 47 runs.

NAS FENCING

Men’s Foil International Semifinal: Alaaeldin Aboelkasem (Egypt) beat Abdulaziz Al Shatti (Kuwait) 15-5; Daniel Giacon (Netherlands) beat Abdelrahman Haffour (Egypyt) 15-5.

 


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