Karachi HBL defeated KRL by huge 235 runs margin after test leg spinner Danish Kaneria and Abdur Rehman ran through opponents second innings sharing seven wickets here at the National stadium on Monday on the fourth and the final day of the Quaid Trophy match. Left arm spinner Abdur Rehman took four for 63 and Danish Kaneria finished the innings with three for 82 as KRL in its second knock fell for 241 in which Saeed Anwar junior contributed unbeaten 122. Danish Kaneria finished the match with seven for 144 for seven. He had taken four for 32 in the first knock. Final scores HL 222 and 384 for nine declared. KRL 130 and 241. KRL faced an overall 476 runs deficit when they began their second innings. They were 167 for four when play ended on third day on Sunday. With the track providing some help two spinners, KRL were doomed to defeat when play resumed on the final day. Saeed Anwar junior was not out 63. Saeed Anwar picked from where he had left overnight when play resumed batting . He was the lone batsman who put up stiff resistance and refused to be awed by the two spinners who picked up wickets regularly as KRL second innings drifted towards defeat. Saeed Anwar reached century which he so richly deserved and was unbeaten 122 made in 195 ball hitting sixteen fours when KRL second innings folded at 241 all out. KRL innings lasted 25.2 more overs in the morning. At UBL ground Saeed bin Nasir and Rizwan Ahmed with a century each thwarted PIA from forcing a decision on SSGC .The two batsmen hammered centuries to thwart PIA from forcing a decision . The four day match ended in a draw after Saeed bin Nasir carved up 126 and Rizwan Ahmed remained not out 117 as SSGC ended its second innings at 296 for four. The two added 169 runs for the fourth wicket stand that ensured a respectable draw. SSGC were in a tight spot after PIA in order to force a decision declared its second innings at 277 for five declared shortly after opener Khurram Manzoor had scored his second hundred. He made 117. In the previous match he had hit a double ton. Facing a huge deficit of 453 runs, SSGC had a tough task to avoid defeat but the two mustered courage and dealt the airlines bowling intelligently to salvage a draw in the match which almost looked like falling in the lap of PIA. SSGC was 52 for two when play resumed for the final day with defeat staring in the face of the team. Shortly after resumption SSGC lost the wicket of Wajid Ali and the team were three down for 72. At this stage Rizwan Ahmed joined Saeed bin Nasir who was defending stoutly to at least delay the defeat. But SSGC fortunes rose when the fourth wicket partnership between Saeed and Rizwan began. The PIA bowling having some good medium pacers and spinners which looked so penetrative and unplayable suddenly turned mediocre. The partnership flowered and runs trickled in ones and two with an occasional boundary or over the fence. The partnership ended at 241 when Saeed bin Nasir was taken by medium pacer Aijaz bin Ilyas for 126. But by then SSGC had already steered itself to safety. Saeed Bin Nasir hit fifteen fours and one six in his 240 ball stay at the crease. Rizwan Ahmed batted for 198 balls for his unbeaten knock that contained ten fours and two sixes. Aijaz Bin Ilyas was the mostly successful bowlers for the airlines. He took two for 71.