Qatar Cup draw winners receive prizes


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Abdullah Abdulghani & Brothers, dealer of Toyota & Lexus in Qatar, this morning proudly presented the delighted winners of Toyota cars with their iconic keys during a Ceremony held together with Qatar Stars League Management in Al Bidda Tower.

The winners of the new wheels are thrilled football fans who attended matches during the Qatar Cup semi-finals and final, of which AAB Toyota was a proud Official Sponsor.

A number of fans in the stadium for the tournament not only enjoyed a fabulous match and atmosphere when they attended, but also for many of the lucky ones raffle draws were held during both semifinals (21st and 22nd April) and the final (27th April). All matches kicked off at the Al Sadd Stadium at 19:00, with many taking home new luxury prizes.

QSLM’s Marketing and Communications Acting Executive Director Hassan Rabiah Al Kuwari presided over the function, attended by Head of Corporate Services Bader Al Mansouri, Head of Corporate Sponsorship Meshaal Abdulaziz Al Emadi and Community Relations Officer Nasser Al Kuwari.

Senior Marketing Manager (Automotive) Firas Mufti and Assistant Marketing Manager P R Kannan represented AAB.

The winners are Nasser Sultan Al Hajri, Ali Fadl Othman, Mahmoud Moursi, Mamoun Almahdi, Abdulrahman Abdulaziz Al Marri, Mohamed Syed Mohamed and Mohammed Raizul.

Hassan congratulated the winners and thanked AAB for the support it extends to the football scene in Qatar.

“Firstly, I would like to congratulate all winners, the proud owners of Toyota cars. I take this opportunity to thank AAB for its continued and valued partnership with us. It added glitz and glamour to the elite Qatar Cup,” said Hassan.

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Firas said, “We feel honoured with our huge partnership with the QSLM. It’s a continued tie-up. We believe we’re adding value to the sports industry in general and Qatar football in particular through this association.”

Ten-year-old Nasser, an ardent fan of Al Sadd team, opined he was surprisingly shocked after hearing the news.

“I was in shock for sometime when I heard that I won the prize. This is the first time I’m winning a prize. I can’t express my happiness in words. I’m a regular at the stadium for Al Sadd’s  matches. This gives even more motivation to attend games,” said Nasser, who was accompanied by his uncle.

Moursi said he never expected to win.

“I watch some games, but I never expected to win a car as a prize. I’m so happy that I won!” he said.

Raizul, who played football at school level in his native Sri Lanka, felt “over the moon”.

The fifth edition of the Qatar Cup saw Al Duhail defeat Al Sadd in the final. Al Duhail had beaten Al Gharafa in the semi-finals as Al Sadd overcame Al Rayyan.