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Al-Nabooda emerge champions

Al-Nabooda Insurance Brokers celebrate after winning APL Cricket Tournament

KUWAIT CITY, March 29: Aafiya Premier League (APL) Brokers Cricket Tournament 2017 drew to a close on Saturday, March 18, 2017, after three days of exciting cricket between 16 teams at the Thumbay Grounds, Al Jurf, Ajman. Al Nabooda Insurance Brokers were the tournament champions, beating Green Shield Insurance Brokers in a thrilling final match. The winners and the runners-up were awarded trophies and cash awards at the closing ceremony, by Ali Zaidi — General Manager of Aafiya TPA. Ehsan from Al Nabooda Insurance Brokers was adjudged the ‘Man of the Match’ as well as the ‘Man of the Series’ for his outstanding performance, and was presented with trophies and cash awards.

Organized by Aafiya TPA, the leading UAE-based specialized integrated service provider for healthcare management, the APL tournament was conducted as individual knockout matches of 8 overs each. APL saw the participation of 16 corporate insurance teams from all over the UAE. “APL has enabled the insurance professionals from different companies to engage with each other through the game of cricket,” said Ali Zaidi, commenting on Aafiya’s objective behind organizing the tournament. “We expect more teams to participate in the future editions,” he added.

Aafiya TPA is a third party administrator of international standards committed to patient safety and a trustworthy healthcare facilitator in the region. Bearing the name which stands for “good health”, it is a specialized integrated service provider for healthcare management. Aafiya works hand-in-hand with its partners to achieve universal profitability aligned with quality healthcare service. Aafiya offers a complete suite of healthcare management services to meet individual client requirements as well as to provide services beyond administrative support.

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