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02 Apr 2012
Al Ahli and Al Nasr to decide in Dubai
Both sides top the table in last qualifying round of the UAE National League, heading for its finals in mid April
Al Ahli and Al Nasr stay strong at the top of the table in the Dubai Stage of the United Arab Emirates National League. After the second league in this stage, both teams keep their point account as full as it can be, with 12 units out of 12. Only the encounter between them two will have one detached over the other.
Again, Madjer was key in Al Ahli’s win over Dubai Club. The Portuguese magician fired four goals in to help his team build a solid 7-2, that makes them momentarily top the chart. The following day, a new outstanding performance by the supergifted beach ace, with three more goals, energized his side to a 6-3 win over Al Wasl.
Next Saturday’s third and final round will see some tough matches with Al Ahli taking on Al Nasr to decide the group winner, while the second match between Al Shabab and Hatta Club – both tied with six points each - will decide the third qualifier to go through for the main round of the UAE Beach Soccer League, to be held at the same venue the following week.
This were the results in last two matchdays
Al Ahli bt Dubai Club 7-2
Al Nasr bt Hatta Club 4-2
Al Shabab bt Al Wasl 2-1
Al Ahli bt Al Wasl 6-3
Al Nasr bt Al Shabab 5-4
Hatta Club bt Dubai Club 8-3
1. Al Ahli (12 pts); 2. Al Nasr (12); 3. Hatta Club (6); 4. Al Shabab (6); 5. Dubai Club (0); 6. Al Wasl (0).