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The contract for the qualifiers for the second round of the “Fazza Al Youlah” tournament has been completed.
During the fourth episode, which was held in Al Marmoom.
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The contract for those qualifying for the second round was completed in the most prominent events of the fourth episode, which was held on Friday night, December 24 in Al-Marmoom, as part of the 22nd edition of the Fazza Youlah Championship, and the 17th edition of the field program.
Rashid bin Rakkad and Mohammed Al Shehhi won the last two cards in the fourth episode, after bin Rakkad collected 80 points and came first, and Al Shehhi 60 points in second place, while Ghadeer Al Ketbi, who came third with 50 points, and Saeed Al Ketbi fourth with 10 points, bid farewell to the competitions.
The second round now includes, besides Rashid bin Rakad and Mohammed Al Shehhi, Awad Al Ameri, Obaid bin Rakad, Maktoum Al Shamsi, Mansour Al Falasi, Fayyad Al Ameri and Ahmed Al Habsi.
The fourth episode was distinguished with all its details and events, and the great anticipation to know the identity of the winners until the last moments, where the decision came after voting through the application of the electronic field on the Al-Yawla competition, in which Rashid bin Rakad and Muhammad Al-Shehhi succeeded, to win each of them 25 points, which favored them to qualify.
The competitions witnessed the superiority of Ghadeer Al-Ketbi and Muhammad Al-Shehhi in the swimming competitions held during the week at Hamdan Sports Complex, with each receiving 10 points.
In the 1200-meter horse race, Ghadeer Al Ketbi and Rashid Bin Rakad scored 20 marks each.
In Counting the Poem, which is supervised by the poet Muhammad Al-Murr Al-Abd, during which the participants recite the poem “Fifty Years Before and After” by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, with 10 marks, each of: Saeed Al Ketbi and Mohammed Al Shehhi.
And he excelled in shooting, Rashid Bin Rakad and Mohammed Al Shehhi, to score 15 points each.
In the camel race, Ghadeer Al-Ketbi and Muhammad Al-Shehhi outperformed, winning 20 points.
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