The depth of all-round talent available to the Pakistan Association was plain for all to see yesterday as superb batting from Saleem Malik and deadly bowling from Mohammed Zubair helped them to a handsome win over Infidels at Mission Road. Infidels had been looking to turn the screws after claiming Pakistan openers Sada Hussein and Ilyas Gul for three and seven respectively. But strong batting from Hashmi Ali, who notched 37, and the irrepressible Malik, who blasted his way to a superb 109 before being caught by Andy Stewart off Tiku Patidar, put Pakistan firmly in the ascendancy. The Association were finally all out for 252 in 47 overs, a total which would normally be well within Infidels' reach. Yesterday, however, Zubair put the Kowloon Cricket Club outfit to the sword in devastating fashion, finishing with season-best figures of seven wickets for 37 runs. Only Mark Eames, with 45, and captain Steward, with 41, could put up any sort of resistance. When their wickets fell, the end was swift and Infidels were all out for 147 in 31 overs.