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SNGPL 259 (Iftikhar 73, Rizwan 42, Wahab 4-61) and 268 (Iftikhar 106, Rizwan 91) beat WAPDA 271 (Kamran Akmal 67, Adnan Raees 65, Abbas 4-57) and 153 (Mansoor 38, Sajjad 38, Samiullah Khan 8-62) by 103 runs
SNGPL beat WAPDA by 103 runs to clinch their third Quaid-e-Azam trophy title in four years.
The hard work had been done on Sunday, where the core of WAPDA's batting line-up was dismantled. This left Mohammad Hafeez's side needing only three wickets to regain the trophy. They faced a hint of resistance on Monday, but weren't to be denied in the end.
Samiullah Khan, the left-arm fast bowler, took all three remaining wickets to post career-best figures of 8 for 62, as Salman Butt's side's title defence came to an end.
Any thoughts of a competitive final day had been killed off late on the fourth evening in a spectacular 19-ball collapse that saw WAPDA reduced from 86 for three to 86 for 7, with all their recognised batsmen dismissed.
Khushdil Shah fell off the third ball on the final day before dogged partnership between Wahab Riaz and Khalid Usman took the hosts past 150. However, Samiullah returned to dismiss Wahab before taking the final wicket in the 11th over of the day to complete a 11-for.
For a man who played two internationals for Pakistan nearly ten years ago, it was a sweet career-high in his twilight years.
Samiullah Khan bowls SNGPL to QEA title
Fast bowler takes eight-for as Salman Butt's side fold inside 11 overs on fifth day as SNGPL clinch third title in four years
SNGPL on verge of title after Samiullah's five-for
WAPDA ended the fourth day at 108 for 7 in their chase of 257 in Karachi
Ifthikar, Rizwan keep Sui Nothern alive after top-order wobble
The middle-order batsmen put together a fifth-wicket stand of 120 after WAPDA had taken four wickets early on
Abbas, Samiullah help SNGPL restore parity
The two seamers struck at the fag end of the day to dismiss half-centurion Adnan Raees and Aamer Sajjad to leave the title clash tantalisingly poised