Al-Ahly youth overtake Sharjah and take the lead of "first"
A record adorns Al Wasl's victory over Al Nasr at the end of the "Preliminary League"
Al Wasl defeated Al Nasr 109-100.
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The match between Al-Wasl and its host Al-Nasr, the day before yesterday, which ended with the victory of Al-Wasl 109-100, broke the record for the largest score recorded in basketball matches for the current season of the men's stage, scoring 209 points, in a match held for the tenth and final round of the preliminary round of the General League championship Knowing that the previous record for the 2020-2021 season was recorded in the first-leg meeting when the two teams won, last November, 107-101.
The round also witnessed, for the first group itself, the return of Shabab Al-Ahly with a deserved victory from the Sharjah host's hall, which came with a difference of nine points and a score of 78-69, while the only match for the second group recorded the victory of Al-Jazira against its guest Al Ain 71-62.
With the results of the conclusion of the preliminary round, Shabab Al-Ahly, Sharjah and Al-Nasr teams, according to the championship system, grabbed the direct qualification cards from their first group to the quarter-finals, after Shabab Al-Ahly finished the group's top with 14 points, one point difference from Sharjah in second place, and two points from Al-Nasr Third, while Al-Bataih and Al-Wasl, who finished the preliminary round in fourth and fifth places with 11 and 10 points respectively, were required to play a complementary round that begins next week, bringing them together with Al-Jazira and Al-Ain, who in turn finished the preliminary round as the fourth and fifth of the second group, with 11 and eight points. In a row, it will determine the identity of the two teams completing the quarter-finals.
Al-Wahda, Al Dhafra and Baniyas teams grabbed the cards for direct qualification for the quarter-finals round from the second group teams, after Al-Annabi secured, last Saturday, first place with 15 points, provided that the result of the Al Dhafra match and its guest Bani Yas, which was held late yesterday evening The identity of the second and third place holders, especially since Al Dhafra entered his match while he was in the runners-up with 12 points, one point ahead of his third-ranked rival, Bani Yas.
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