WHEN a team wins 11 titles in 14 seasons, the pressure is always on to replicate their success year upon year. This was the case for Keighley RZM who amazingly excelled once again even in this indifferent campaign.

The Quaid-e-Azam Premier Section juggernauts sealed the defence of their title with a game to spare after beating Kashmir Bradford.

Iqbal Khan's unbeaten 51, along with Majid Inayat's 46, stood out for RZM as they piled up a huge total of 257 at Bankfoot Cricket Club. Waleed Akhtar (3-20) and Waqas Rasheed (3-33) got Kashmir all out for 97.

The champions ended their season with a two-wicket win over bottom-placed Eldwick Law. Law opened with a solid 144 and Umar Zahoor's four wickets put them in a great position. However, Waleed Akhtar's 49 ensured RZM finished unbeaten.

In the rest of the final day fixtures, Attock Tigers finally recorded their first win, comfortably beating Adam by 124 runs.

Despite, Hasnat Bukhari scoring 37 for the hosts, skipper Barber Khan's 6-31 was certainly too much for Adam who were bowled out for 80.

Azad slide past Kashmir Bradford by seven wickets, while My Lahore finished third after collecting a victory at Earl Marshall.

It was a similar story in Section A as Attock WY went the whole season unbeaten to capture league glory.

They became champions after cruising past Bowling Baptist with nine wickets in hand as the away team were all out for 31. Ismail Adam (4-8) aided in reducing the visitors to only 31.

Attock ended with a nice win over Birkby Rose Hill. Ismail Adam (33) and Khalil Ur Rehman (31) gave the away side a total of 149. In reply, three wickets each for Altaf Hussain and Ismail Adam handed the table toppers a 53-run victory.

Elsewhere, almost 400 runs were scored at Rawdon Sports Cricket ground between Cambridge Methodist and Amaan.

Zhear Ahmed (62), Asif Mahmood (61) and Shazad Akbar (46) all made handy contributions in Cambridge's 235-6. In the end, Amaan fell at 149 thanks to Matt Stupples picking up 3-33

A marvellous effort by Shaheen's Amjad Mahmood (108) grabbed the limelight on the final day. He smashed nine fours and two sixes with a strike rate of 111.34 to help his side beat Choudhrys.

Shaheen set a gigantic total of 281-4 which their opponents simply could not live with, losing out by 200 runs.

Salem Athletic (148) were too good for basement team Bowling Baptist (90).