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POLAND AND INDONESIA CONTINUE THEIR SPEED DOMINATION
Sports Bulletin Report Salt Lake City (USA):-The Polish and Indonesian climbing teams, respectively dominated the women’s and men’s Speed events in Salt Lake City: Aleksandra Miroslaw led an all-Polish podium that also included twin sisters Aleksandra and Natalia Kalucka; while Kiromal Katibin and Veddriq Leonardo jumped on a World Cup podium together, once again. Miroslaw took gold for the second consecutive World Cup event – the seventh of her career – marking the best time of her final in the race for the gold medal: 6.93 seconds. Aleksandra Kalucka won Silver, finishing almost one seconds behind her teammate with 7.83. The current women’s Speed world champion, Natalia Kalucka, competed the podium in third place, besting Emma Hunt of the United States of America in one of the closest races of the night: 7.52 for the Polish climber, 7.58 for Hunt. A faulty finale characterised the men’s Speed final, which was eventually won by the current men’s Speed world record holder Kiromal Katibin of Indonesia. Katibin claimed gold with 5.64 seconds in the final, with Noah Bratschi of the United States of America falling midway through his ascent. Previosuly, both Katibin and Bratschi had qualified for the gold medal race thanks to two falls: from Ludovico Fossali of Italy and Veddriq Leonardo, respectively. In the small final, Leonardo stopped the clock at 5.59 seconds, placing third. Fossali fell for the second time in his round and finished in fourth position.
Wheelchair Tennis Star Asif Abbasi determines to bring Laurels for the country
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD:-Pakistan No. 1 wheelchair tennis star, Asif Gul Abbasi hoped that he would boost the green flag in the international sports arenas in upcoming prestigious international wheelchair tennis fixtures, as he was toiling hard to maintain fitness level. It is pertinent to mention here that Asif defeated high ranked Indian players in both Singles and Double event in the Wheelchair Tennis World Cup qualifying tournament in Antalya, Turkey. While talking to this international sports website over his mobile from London he added that the victory against traditional rival India encouraged him too much and he was toiling hard to give them tough fight in the forthcoming international wheelchair tennis events. Abbasi, 42, further said, “I won a total of three international tennis tournaments so far and I am solitary wheelchair tennis player of Pakistan, who broke into top 100 best world ranking 82 in the world in October 2018. I won 16 National series wheelchair tennis tournaments in the UK in 2017, 2018 and 2019 and was declared best player thrice in same years, “he maintained. Responding to a question, he said that he achieved these honours without any support or help from any organisation. “Pakistan Tennis Federation (PTF) should support me and I can win the medals in the international games including Paralympics in future. I had contacted Pakistan Paralympics and requested them to send my name for Paralympics 2020 but they did not take this seriously. Unfortunately I could not represent Pakistan in these games, “he replied.
PCB announces 93 squads for CCA Under-19 tournament
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Pakistan Cricket Board today announced Balochistan, Central Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Northern, Sindh and Southern Punjab squads for City Cricket Association U19 Tournament, which commences on 21 May. The sides have been selected through robust and merit-based open trials where the PCB have spent around PKR 10 million to ensure transparency in age-group cricket. The players born on or after 1 September 2003 and before 1 September 2007 were made eligible for selection in the tournament.  The players who performed well in the last CCA U19 tournament and fall into age bracket for this year’s edition have also been named in the side. The performers will also get a chance to get selected in the inaugural edition of Pakistan Junior League, the player draft for the league is expected to take place in August. The tournament is scheduled to take place in Lahore from 1 to 15 October. Names of Players of 93 squads: Balochistan Chaman – Basit Khan, Hikamatullah, Hikmatullah, Himayatullah, Ijaz Ahmed, Matiullah Khan, Mohammad Sadiq, Mohammad Asim, Mohammad Hussain, Mohammad Kashif, Mohammad Khalid, Qudratullah, Shabir Ahmed, Syed Hanzala and Umair Ahmed Gwadar - Abdul Haseeb, Abdul Rasool, Allah Rakha, Dahim, Jawad Ali, Khalil, Khan Mohammad, Mohammad Jasim, Mohammad Karim, Qadeer, Sahil, Salman, Sheriyar Gul, Taimour and Zarrain Rahim Jaffarabad - Abdul Rauf, Abdul Rauf, Ayaz Gul, Faisal Ahmed, Farhan Ali, Junaid Ahmed, Mehmboob Ali, Mohammad Ali, Shahid Ali, Shahid Khan, Syed Ayaz Shah, Wajid Ali, Zain Ul Abideen, Zameer Hussain and Zubair Ahmed Khuzdar - Abdul Hafeez, Adnan Iqbal, Ayaz Ahmad, Jalal Ahmad, Junaid, Mohammad Adil, Mohammad Asif, Mohammad Yaseen, Munaib Mengal, Saeed Ahmad, Siraj Ahmad, Sohaib Taj, Usama, Zakir Shah and Zaubair Ahmad Lasbela - Abu Bakar, Adnan, Amir Baksh, Arbaz Khan, Arsalan Khan, Bakhtiyar Khan, Gohar Khan, Gul Rahman, Gulsher Ahmad, Mohsin Ali, Mohammad Aslam, Mohammad Usman, Mohammad Younas, Nisar Ahmad and Talha Shakir Loralai - Abdul Basit, Aziz Ullah, Dunya Khan, Ehsan Ullah, Ghazi Khan, Hamas Khalid, Inam Ul Haq, Israr, Jahangir Khan, Masood Ahmed, Mohammad Aslam, Mohammad Yousaf, Tanveer Khan, Zainullah and Zohaib Khan Naseerabad - Abu Bakar, Basit Ali, Fiaz Ahmed, Iftikhar Ahmed, Israr Ullah, Mir Hazar, Mohammad Akhtar, Mohammad Aslam, Mohammad Uzair, Munir Ahmed, Muzamil Ali, Orangzaib, Peer Mohammad, Sajjad Ali and Siraj Ahmed Noshki - Anwar Shah, Anwarullah, Atiq Ullah, Kamal Uddin, Khurshid Ahmed, Majid Khan, Mehboob Ali, Mohammad Hussain, Safi Ullah, Saqib Ahmad, Shah Faisal, Shakeel Ahmad, Waqar Ahmad, Zabih Ullah and Zulqarnin Panjgur - Abdul Ghaffar, Abu Bakkar, Ahmed, Amin Jan, Anas Kaleem, Habibullah, Hamal Iqbal, Jalal Ahmed, Jasim Ali, Meher Yar, Rasheed Ahmed, Saifullah, Siraj Mehboob, Waqas Brahim and Yasir Abbas Pishin - Abbasin Roshan, Abdul Saboor, Ahmad, Ajmal Khan, Faheem Shah, Farid Ahmad, Hafiz Ullah, Iftikhar Ahmed, Mohammad Ismail, Mohammad Najib, Mohammad Umar, Muhammed Umer, Shamraiz Khan, Syed Yasir Shah and Waqas Ahmad Quetta – Abdullah Khan, Aqdas Khan, Bilal Ahmed Shah, Huzaifa Gul, Inaamullah, M Umer Khan, Mohammad Qasim, Mohammad Umar, Mohammad Umar, Mohammad Usman, Mohammad Younas, Obaidullah, Shoukat Ali, Sumair Ahmed and Usman Ghani Sibi - Altaf Hussain, Atta Ullah, Bahadur Khan, Lavish Kumar, Majid Ali, Mehar Dil Khan, Mohammad Hussain, Mohammad Shoaib, Musharraf Habib, Parwaiz Ahmed, Shahid Ali, Shehzad Khan, Sher Ahmed, Yawar Fareed and Zain Ullah Turbat - Abdul Ahad, Akhter Altaf, Ashir Jawed, Bilal, Fahad Essa, Fahiz Ghulam, Faisal Razzaq, Imran Essa, Irshad Ahmed, Muzafar Imran, Nasar-Ud-Deen Suleman, Niaz Noor, Riaz Rahim, Shakir Ali and Zaid Nusrat Central Punjab Bhakkar - Adnan Ahmad Kashif, Ahmad Hussain Joni, Ahmad Mohsin, Ali Raza, Danish Shehraz, Huzaifa Habib, Khalid Saifullah, M Azam, M Danish Nawaz, M Daniyal Ali, M Talat Baloch, Malik Abdul Ahad, Saqib Ali, Wazir Haider and Zurriat Imran Faisalabad - Abdul Rehman, Abdul Rehman, Ahmad Bilal, Akash Hayat, Arslan Riaz, M Abdullah, M Abu Bakar, M Maaz, M Tayyab Ansar, M Yaseen Bilal, Momin Qamar, Noman Haider, Samama Riaz, Shuban Saeed and Waqas Abbas Gujranwala - Abu Bakar, Abu Huraira, Ali Haider, Hassan Ali, Kaif Ali, M Abdullah, M Azan, M Noman Khan, M Noor Ahmad, M Shaaf Kamboh, Qasir Javed, Sheraz Ahmad, Tayyab Ahsan, Zain Shahid and Zain Ul Abideen Gujrat - Aliyan-Ul-Hassan, Andleeb Ahmed, Ashir Ali Butt, Fahad Hassan, Hassan Mehmood, Mirza Mohammad Saad Tariq, Mohammad. Hammad Saleem, Mohammad Umar, Mohd. Uneeb, Mohd. Yahya Nisar, Shahzaib Sarwar, Shamil Hussain, Syed Fawad Haider, Wajiul Hassan Baig and Zaki Ur Rehman Hafizabad - Ali Akbar, Bilal Nasir, Haroon, Hussnain Abbas, Imran Hussain, M Aoun Lal, M Qasim, M Usman Ghani, Naseem Abbas, Nawazish Ali, Noman Ali, Rana Azan Ali, Tafseer Haider, Touseeq Haider and Umer Hassan Jhang - Abu Sufyan, Ahmad Yar Haider, Ali Hasnain, Artkan Raza, M Haroon Afzal, M Madni, M Marwan Saleem, M Shoaib Zahid, M Usman, Mustafa Khan, Qaisar Abbas, Sadaqat Hassnain, Shan Javed, Shoaib Akhtar and Umar Khatab Kasur - Abdul Ahad, Ali Raza, Anas Liaqat, Areeb Arif, Ashan Rasheed, Danish Mushtaq, Hassan Ali, Hmza Khalil, Mohammad Ali, Mohammad Hamza, Mohammad Ikram, Mohammad Sheraz, Sajid Sohail, Umar Farooq and Zunair Ali Lahore East Zone (B) - Abdullah Minhas, Bilal Anwar, Daniyal Yousaf, Hafiz Usman Nadeem, Haider Ali Sohail, Hassan Ahmad, Imad Khan, Kabeer Ali, Luqman Bhatti, Mohammad Farooq, Mohammad Maooz, Mohammad Rauf, Salman Ahmed, Tayyab Tariq and Umar Hayyat Lahore East Zone (W) - Abdullah Khan, Ali Hamza, Ayub Khan, Hanan Farooq, Junaid Hassan, Mohammad Awais Munawar, Mohammad Haroon Ashraf, Mohammad Umar, Mohammad Waleed, Saad Rahman, Saifullah Khan, Zain Ali, Zain Ali, Zeeshan Sikander and Zoraiz Wafa Gill Lahore North Zone (B) - Ali Hassan Tariq, Ali Hussain, Ali Zoraiz Asif, Asad Ullah Rehman, Ayan Malik, Baqir Raza, Burhan Khan, Moiz Irfan, Mudasar Gohar, Mohammad Asad, Mohammad Azeem, Mohammad Bilal Waseer, Mohammad Usman Sohail, Saqib Ayub and Sohail Ahmad Lahore North Zone (W) - Abdullah Asif, Abu Bakar Wakar, Amaan Ali But, Hammad Zafar, Hamza Baig, Karamat Khan, Khirzar Hayat, Mohammad Aswad, Mohammad Yasir Khan, Mohammad Annas, Mohammd Ali, Salman Naseer, Shahbaz Javaid, Ubaid Shah and Umar Draz Lahore West Zone (B) - Abu Marsad, Ahmad Noman, Ghulam Mohayyuddin, Hamd Liaqat, Moiz Rana, Mohammad Soban Malik, Mohammad Tayyab, Mohammad Umar, Mohammad Zayyan Alvi, Muneeb Zafar, Muteeb Munir, Rafay Rana, Salman Agha, Sunny Nazir and Usman Shahid Lahore West Zone (W) - Abdul Rehman Khan, Ahmad Tariq, Ali Dilshad, Ali Razzaq, Farhan Yousaf, Huzaifa Abid, Mehboob Alam, Mohammad Ahsan Kaleem, Mohammad Awais, Mohammad Bilal Siddiqi, Nauman Arshad, Obaid Shahid, Syed Bilal Anjum Zaidi, Usama Zahid and Yousaf Nadeem Mandi Bahuddin - Abdullah Khan, Ali Hamza, Ayub Khan, Hanan Farooq, Junaid Hassan, Mohammad Awais Munawar, Mohammad Haroon Ashraf, Mohammad Umar, Mohammad Waleed, Saad Rahman, Saifullah Khan, Zain Ali, Zain Ali, Zeeshan Sikander and Zoraiz Wafa Gill Mianwali - Abu Huraira, Ahmad Balaj Khan, Farhan Baig, Haroon Tahir, Irfan Khan, M Hammad, M Junaid, M Saria Khan, M Tallha, M Usman, M Usman Ashraf, Malik Ahad, Moavia Hassan, Qamar Abbas and Saif Hayat Narowal - Abaidullah, Ahmed Saeed, Ali Tahir, Ameer Hamza, Asif Arif, Awais Akram, Fahad Abdul Razaq, Haseeb Amjad, Haseebullah, Mohammad Arham, Mohammad Gulzaman, Mohammad Hamza Kamran, Mohammad Hashim, Mohammad Moeez Sarwar, Mohammad Mumtaz, Mohammad Umer, Mohammad Usman Saleem, Mehran Butt, Sheraz Ali and Zeem Javed Khan Sargodha - Adeel Arshad, Ali Raza, Azmat Shahzd, Badar Taimoor, Hamid Sheraz, Hassan Raza, M Abdullah, M Baqar, M Farhan, M Haseeb Zaffar, M Zeeshan, Okasha Javed, Rana Sarfaraz Tariq, Shahid Hassan and Turab Hassan Sheikhupura - Abdul Majid, Abdul Rehman, Abu Bakar, Ahmad Hassan, Ahmad Raza, Ahsan Saleem, Ali Raza, Fahad Iqbal, Faraz Ahmed, Hassan Khan, M Awais, M Huzaifa, M Talha, Numan Ali and Saqib Masood Sialkot - Ali Afzal, Ali Hassan, Ameer Hassan, Ameer Muawia, Awais Iqbal, Azan Awais, Bilal Nadeem, Faryad Ali, Hunain Amir, Moosa Azeem, Mohammad Adil, Mohammad Shaban, Mohammad Zain, Mutahir Waseem, Sayed Hassan Gillani, Tayyab Arif, Umair Ali, Umer Ali Nadeem, Usman Dar and Zohaib Afzal Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Abbotabad - Ahsan Qureshi, Aqib Khan, Farid Ullah, Habil Khan, Haseeb Ur Rehman, Imrtan Ahmed, Junaid Gul, Khizar Khan, M Ali Imtiaz, M Sami Khan, M Umair, Saad Ahmed, Salman Khan, Sardar Mubashir and Zeshan Ahmed Paracha Bajaur - Adnan Ahmed, Aman Ud Din, Arshad Iqbal, Bismillah Khan, Ezat Ullah, Farman Ullah, Habib Ullah, Ilham Khan, M Ilyas, Mian Fazli Subhan, Najm Ud Din, Qazi Afan, Roman Khan, Suliman Khan and Zubair Ahmed Bannu - Abdul Musawar, Ahmad Zeb, Fahad Zaman, Farhan Ullah, Fida Ahmad, Haseen Ahmad, Jamshed Ali, MOHAMMAD Afnan, MOHAMMAD Haider, MOHAMMAD Shahid, Muhabat Ullah, Mujtaba Khan, Shahid Khan, Shaqiaz Khan and Sifat Ullah Buner - Bilal Hadi, Hamad Ali, Ikhtiar Shah, Islam Babar, M Asim, M Faheem, Moin Ali, Rooh Ul Amin, Salam Khan, Sayed Shaban, Shafi Atiq, Shoaib Khan, Usman Zaib, Wajid Baaz and Zakir Khan Charsadda - Abbas Dawar, Abdal Ahmad, Aimal Shah, Awais Sajjad, Imaad Khan, Jawad Ali, MOHAMMAD Noor, MOHAMMADZulkifal, Najab Khan, Sabir Shah, Salman Khan, Usama Uddin, Uzair Aziz, Wadood Khan and Zia Ullah D.I Khan - Abdul Ismail, Abdul Manas, Abdul Wahid, Abdullah Gul, Ahmad Ali Barki, Ahtesham Ul Haq, Bilal Yousaf, Jawad Hussain, MOHAMMAD Faisal Nawaz, MOHAMMAD Noman, MOHAMMAD Shoaib, Mubeen Ahmad, Naseem Ullah, Shahid Ali and Shazaib Hassan Dir Lower - Abu Bakar Khan, Asad Khan, Hanzla Malik, Hassan Sami, Ihtisham Ul Haq, Khalid Hameed, Khalid Zaman, M Awais Khan, M Hisham, M Ilyas, M Salman Khan, Salman Khan, Talha Anwar, Talha Hayat and Tauseef Jalal Dir Upper - Abdullah Jan, Adeel Munir, Adnan Saeed, Ali Azmat, Ameer Nawaz, Fawad Ul Haq, Ismail, Karim Ullah, M Ahmed, M Salman, M Shoaib, M Zohad Ali, M Zohaib Iqbal, Mehran Ullah and Salman Khan Haripur - Abdul Moez, Ali Mohammad, Anas, Awais Rehman, Danyal Bhati, Danyal Fakhar, Ibrar Nosh, M Hassan, M Mosa, M Shameer Khan, M Usman, Muzamil Ali, Salar Ahmed, Shehryar Khan and Zaryab Khan Khyber - Abdul Hameed, Adnan Khan, Azam Ahmad, Haris Ullah, Junaid Khan, Latif Afridi, MOHAMMAD Atif, MOHAMMAD Junaid, MOHAMMAD Naseer Afridi, MOHAMMAD Uzair, MOHAMMADYaseen, Mohammad Salman, Mohammad. Zubair, Obaid Ullah and Riaz Ullah Kohat - Asad Iqbal, Awais Iqbal, Junaid Ahmad, Khatir Faqeer, Khubaib Khalil, Mohammad Junaid, Mohammad Omais, Muhmmad Ismail, Sajawal Bhutto, Sami Ullah, Shakir Ullah, Shayan, Shayan Khan, Wazdan Khan and Zeshan Ahmad Kurram - Ariaz Saddique, Faraz Ali, Haider Abbas, Israr Ahmad, MOHAMMAD Rasool, Marwan Uddin, Mohammad Asim, Mohammad Irfan, Mohammad Ismail, Mohammad Kamran, Mohammad Owais, Mohammad Qasim, Mohammad Shahzeb, Sher Ahmad and Usama Bangash Mansehra - Adil Mohammad, Ashyan Khan, Bilal Akhter, Hameed Shah, Hamid Saif, Islam Shaheen, Jawad Ahmed, M Israr, M Sami Khan, Marifat Shah, Mustafa Ali, Sahil Siraj, Shahzaib Khan, Shehryar Adil and Usama Mardan - Aftab Ahmad, Asif Tehseen, Maz Habib Khan, Mohsin Khan, Mohammad Hasnain, Mohammad Irshad, Mohammad Ishaq, Mohammad Maaz, Mohammad Shayan, Mohammad Shiraz Khan, Mohammad Waseem, Mohammad Yaseen, Nasrullah Khan, Sayed Mohammad Mauvia and Shahzaib Mohmand - Abdul Basit, Abdul Wahab, Aimal Khan, Ayaz Shah, Ilyas Khan, Kashif Ali, MOHAMMAD Farooq, MOHAMMAD Shoaib Khan, MOHAMMAD Tahir, Malik MOHAMMADHassan (Pesh), Murad Ullah, Nisar Ahmad, Rehmat Ullah, Rooh Ullah and Waleed Khan Nowshera - Afaaq Khan, Asfandyar, Azran Shah, Hameed Gul, Hamza Izhar, Hamza Khan, MOHAMMAD Azam, MOHAMMAD Hussain, MOHAMMAD Maaz Khizar, MOHAMMAD Onais, Mansoor Ahmad, Naveed Ul Hassan, Saif Ul Islam, Tehseen Khan and Zeshan Husain Peshawar - Abid Ullah, Amir Khan, Arafat Khan, Fawad Gul, Haider Ali, Hamayun Khan, Haris Khan, Haseeb Khan, MOHAMMAD Irfan, MOHAMMAD Ismail, Naqeeb Shah, Shah Husain, Usama Alam, Usama Khalil and Uzair Ullah Swabi - Bilal Raza, Fawad Younas, Mian Mohammad Zohaib, Mohammad Abu Bakar, Mohammad Sheshzad Awais, Mohammad Yasin Khan, Mohsin Junaid, Naveed Khan, Raza Ullah, Salman Azam, Tahir Ali, Talha Bilal, Yasir Ahmed, Zohaib Zameer and Zulfiqar Ahmed Swat - Anees Khan, Atif Ullah, Aziz Ullah, Hamad Khan, Hilal Ahmed, Mohammad Talha, Mustafa Jani, Nazir Shah, Salman Khan, Shafi Ullah, Shahab Khan, Sheerdil Khan, Usama Khan, Wahid Gul and Wasil Khan Northern Gilgit Baltistan - Mohammad Nasir, Sharafat Ali Shah, Jibran Hussain, Faizan Ibrahim, Rumman Bin Sohail, Mohammad Asim Kamal , Ammar Sohail, Aimal Alam Khan, Asad Ali, Faisal Rehman, Kaleem Ullh, Shabbir Hussain, Amir Khan, Rashid Ali and Saqlain Mushtaq Rawalpindi - Abbas Hasnain, Abdul Basit, Abuzar, Affan Ishaq, Asim Shazad, Hammad Ahmed, Imdad Ullah, Johar Ali, M Abbas, MOHAMMADNasir, Shameer Ali, Ubaid Ullah, Usman Khan Paa, Yazdan Abbas and Zain Jameel Attock - Abu Hurraira, Ahsan Khan, Amir Quraishi, Atif Khatak, Daood Nazar, Faraz Khan, Hamad Ullah, Ihsan Ullah, Ismael Khan, Mohammad Awais, Rabeel Ahmad, Shamsher Ali, Umair Akbar, Umar Habib and Zeeshan Nawab Islamabad - Abid Ullah, Asad Ullah Khan , Awais Ameen, Ayan Malik, Hamza Waheed , MOHAMMAD Sufyan Shazil, Mohammad Aftab, Mohammad Ahmed, Mohammad Qaiser, Mohammad Usman, Saad Naseem, Salman Khan, Saqib Ullah, Shoukat Khan and Sudais Ulfat Chakwal - Abdul Rafay, Abdullah Ahmed, Asad Munir, Habib Ullah, Hammad Raffique, Ismaeel Khan, M Bashir, M Ehtisham Farooq, M Huzaifa Ajmal, M Naeem, M Talha Saud, Shahzaib Jilani, Shayan Raza, Waleed Iqbal and Wasim Nawaz Bagh - Aman Aftab, Awais Tariq, MOHAMMADAsmat Ullah, MOHAMMADUzair Nazim, Mohammad Arshad, Mohammad Kamran, Mohammad Ziyan, Saad Bin Tariq, Saad Bn Tahir, Saad Dawood, Saad Mustufa, Salik Muneer Raja, Syed Abid Ali Naqvi and Zain Ul Abiden Jhelum - Abdullah Amin, Abdullah Arshad, Adil Javed, Arsalan Ali, MOHAMMADAbdullah Sajid, MOHAMMADIlyas Akram, Mohammad Hussain, Mohammad Ibrahim, Mohammad Ismail, Mohammad Naeem, Raja Kamran, Raja Mohammad Azan Arshad, Shehbaz Khan Huraira, Syed Ali Imam Kazmi and Zain Ul Abiden Kotli - Abdullah, Adeel Basharat, Atta Ul Mustufa, Azan Kabir, Jibran Zahid, MOHAMMADAdil Tareef, MOHAMMADBilal Muqadar, MOHAMMADShariq Shahid, Mohammad Husnain Butt, Mohammad Usman, Samar Shahfiq, Shahzaib, Shahzaib Altaf, Syed Jawad Ali Shah and Usama Irshad Mirpur - Ali Khan, Daniyal, Faisal Khan, Fasih Ul Hasan, Husnain Nadeem, MOHAMMADAreez Azmat, MOHAMMADLuqman Shakeel, Mohammad Saad, Mursaleen, Murtuaza Ur Rehman, Rajab Ali, Rizwan Farooq, Syed Ali Mehdi, Syed Hussain Mujtuba Musavi and Syed Sibtain Haider Muzaffarabad - Abu Huraira, Afaq Javed, Ali Abbas Khan, Ali Ashfaq, Arsalan Sajjad, Arsh Zaman, Ashar Mumtaz, Fahad Rashid Kiani, Hammad Mustufa, Hannan Manzoor, Jahanzaib Ali Kiani, MOHAMMADAmmar, MOHAMMADMuneed Ali and Mudassar Awan and Sharib Poonch - Azan Khan, Bakhtiar Amir Tahir, Bilal Ahmed, Hamza Zuhad Khan, Haris Khan, Humayoun Shabbir, MOHAMMADAmmar Yasir, Misfeer Manzoor, Muneeb Ahsan, Sheraz Khan, Siraj Ahmed, Umar Akbar, Umer Farooq, Wasiq Riaz and Zain Ul Abiden Bin Asad Sindh Khairpur - Aamir Ali, Ali Abbas, Khair Mohammad, Mansoor Ali Khoso, Mehran Ali, Mehran Ali, Mohammad Ali, Mohammad Junaid, Saqib Saleh, Saqlain Nawaz, Sarfaraz Ali, Shahzad Ali, Shahzaib Ali, Syed Khan Shah and Ubaid Raza Sanghar - Abrar Ali, Hamid Nasir, Hanza, Javed Ali, Mohammad Arbaz, Mohammad Ehsan, Mohammad Faizan, Mohammad Faizan, Mujtaba Hassan, Nauman Khan, Rameez Ejaz, Rizwan Ahmed, Syed Haider Ali, Usman Elahi and Waheed Ali Badin -  Abdul Hadi, Abdul Rehman, Abu Talib, Awais Rehman, Dhano, Faizan Ashraf, Moiz Wali Dal, Mohammad Awais, Mohammad Ibrahim, Mohammad Nadim, Mohammad Shaheer, Mohammad Zulaid, Waris, Zain Ul Abdin and Zaryab Ali Larkana - Aakash Ali, Aamir Ali, Ali Ahmed Buledi, Feroz Ali, Imran Ali, Kashif Ali, Kashif Nawaz, Mohammad Asfar, Mohammad Jawad, Mohammad Qasim, Niaz Hussain, Shahzaib Ali, Shahzaib Aziz, Uzair Hussain and Zafar Ali Mirpur Khas - Abrar Hussain Khan, Ahsan, Arbaz Khan, Bashir Ahmed, Hammad Khan, Kashif Qamar, Mohammad Umar Khan Shirani, Mohammad Ahsan Shaikh, Mohammad Anus, Mohammad Huzaifa, Mohammad Shahzad, Mohammad Siddiq, Rizwan, Talib Hussain and Zaheer Khalid Shaheed Benazirabad - Abdul Latif, Aftab Hussain, Ahmed Raza, Daud Abbas, Gul Mohammad, Mohammad Mubashir, Mohammad Salman, Mohammad Sharif, Mohammad Wakeel, Nazim Ali Khan, Sadaqat Ali, Saif Ali Khan, Saleem Mustafa, Talha Iftekhar and Tanveer Ahmed Brohi Shikarpur, Abdul Sami, Ali Raza, Aoun Ali, Hameed Ur Rehman, Jawad Ahmed, Meeral ,Mohammad Bux , Mohammad Kaif, Mohammad Kashif, Najaf Ali, Rasib Ali, Sameer Ahmed, Shahnawaz, Sohail Ahmed and Talib Hussain Sukkur - Abdul Baseer, Arsalan Abbasi, Habib Ur Rehman, Jawad Ahmed, Kamran Zahoor, Mohsin Ali, Mohsin Hasan, Mohammad Aqeel, Mohammad Bux, Mohammad Hannan, Mohammad Irfan, Mohammad Maaz, Nayyar Ali, Rizwan Shah and Sajjad Ali Karachi Zone 1 - Ahsan Gaziyani, Alman Shafiq, Faiq Hassan, Hibban Qurashi, Jawad Butt, Khawaja Usman Rizwan, MOHAMMAD Haroon Jummani, Mohammad Dawar Malik, Mohammad Talha Khanji, Mohammad Umer Usman, Muneeb Sami, Saad Mehboob, Sher Khan, Wahab Zafar and Zeshan Akhtar Karach Zone 2 -  Abdul Rehman Niazi, Ali Hassan, Ali Mohammad Mittha, Baseer Shah, Mohammad Ahmed, Mohammad Danish, Mohammad Shahryar, Mohammad Shahvaiz Yasir, Muteeb Ahmed, Owais Ali Khan, Sufyan, Syed Raihan Shah, Tayyab Hussain, Zahid Khan, Zia-Ullah Karachi Zone 3 - Adil Ahmed Khan, Ahmed Muhiuddin , Daniyal Hashmi, Hassan Asim, Maaz Shah, Mohamamd Abdullah, Mohammad Bilal, Mohammad Fahad, Mohammad Hassan , Mohammad Yaqoob, Rumail Ahmed, Saad Baig, Syed Taha Ali, Wakeel Shah, Zia Abbas, Karachi Zone 4 - Abdullah, Abdullah Bin Saud Farroqi, Abdur Rehman, Ahad Ali, Ali Ahmed, Faisal Ali, Harish Siddique, Mohammad Maaz, Mohammad Musa Azad, Saim Sohail, Shahzad Khan, Syed Burair Ali, Syed Kaif Abbas Naqvi, Syed Zain-Ul-Abedin, Talha Fareed, Karachi Zone 5 - Abdul Hadi, Asad Umar, Awais Qarni, Daniyal Ahmad, Mohammad Adam Essa Bin Rather, Mohammad Hanif, Mohammad Haroon Rafiq, Mohammad Hussain, Mohammad Hussain, Mohammad Shahmir Khan, Nisar-Ud-Din, Ramiz Khan Bangash, Sajan Mohammad, Sameer Gul, Syed Izzan Ud Din, Karachi Zone 6 - Arqam Faisal, Faizan Malik, Farhan Ali, Ghulam Ashraf, Hameed Karim, Hamza Qureshi, Ibad Khan, Maaz Khurram Amin, Mohammad Abbas, Mohammad Ali Hassan, Mohammad Arbaz Khan, Mohammad Azghan Siddiqui, Mohammad Farhan Khan, Mohammad Umar Ejaz, Naveed Ahmad Khan, Karachi Zone 7 - Abdul Moiz, Abdullah Alam, Aftab, Farhan Zaman, Kabeer Khan, Khan Shah Khan, Mawaz Zahid, Mohammad Jalal, Mohammad Rameez, Mohammad Rizwan Khan, Mohammad Saad, Sufiyan Usmani, Syed Kashan Faheem, Syed Sharim Naqvi, Zayyan Khan, Jamshoro - Abdul Rehman, Abu Bakar Rajput, Adil, Ahsan Ali, Asrar Ahmed, Ghulam Qadir, Imran Khan, Imranali, Irfan Ali, Mohammad Abdullah Khan, Mohammad Talha Khan, Syad Yaman Arif, Tabish Ansari, Ubaidullah Khan, Zeeshan, Hyderabad - Abdul Rahem, Fahad, Haseeb Ur Rehman, Hassan Ali, Mohammad Hassan, Mohammad Zaid, Mohammad Zorain, Musab Ahmed, Noman Ali, Noor Habib, Saifullah Khan, Sheeraz Khan, Syed Mujtaba, Umaiz Chanchar and Zafar Southern Punjab Bahawalnagar - Abdul Rauf, Abdulrehman, Ali Arshad, Asad Abbas, MOHAMMAD Asad Tariq, MOHAMMAD Nabeel Hussain, MOHAMMADHassan Junaid, MOHAMMADJunaid, MOHAMMADUmair, MOHAMMADUsman Azhar, Rehman Shabir, Rozi Khan, Sajid Hameed, Sameer Akhtar and Usama Bajwa Bahawalpur - Ahmed Faraz, Fakhir Mirza, Khubaib Ahmad, MOHAMMAD Hasan Mustafa, MOHAMMAD Sheraz, Moazam Ali, Mohammad Adil, Mohammad Ahmad, Mohammad Daniyal, Mohammad Faizan, Mohammad Farhan, Mohammad Huzaifa, Noman Mustafa, Noor Ul Ain and Sajid Javed DG Khan - 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TWO IFSC WORLD CUPS IN CHINA CALLED OFF DUE TO PANDEMIC
Sports Bulletin Report Torino (Italy):-The International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) announced the cancellation of two World Cups that were scheduled for later this fall in Wujiang and Chongqing, China, due to ongoing concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic in the country. The Chinese Mountaineering Association (CMA) recently informed the IFSC of its decision to withdraw from hosting the IFSC Lead and Speed World Cup, from 30 September to 2 October in Wujiang, and the IFSC Boulder & Lead World Cup from 6 to 9 October in Chongqing.
ICC umpire Richard Kettleborough recovers
BIPIN DANI The International Cricket Council (ICC) umpire Richard Kettleborough, who had a tough time in Bangladesh on the fourth day of the Test match could resume his duty on the last day. The 49-year-old Kettleborough had fallen ill on the fourth morning and had to return to the dressing room immediately after officiating in the few overs. "The excessive heat took a toll on him and had to be withdrawn", one of the sources said. His on field duty was taken over by the third umpire Joel Wilson and the reserve umpire Masudur Rahman had to move to the TV room. "Wilson officiated from both ends on the fourth day. Joel Wilson's onfield involvement was only temporary, so may well be only a scorecard footnote. Kettleborough was fine on the fifth morning and officiated in the Test the entire day".  Both Kettleborough and Wilson will swap their roles in the second Test beginning in Dhaka on May 23.
Canada outclass Kazakhstan 6-3 in IIHF Ice Hockey World Cup Championship 2022
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD:-Canada defeated Kazakhstan 6-3 tonight in Helsinki to remain perfect in the 2022 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship with four wins. The three points moves them into a tie with Switzerland for first place in Group A with 12 points on a 4-0 record. Kazakhstan remains winless after four games and is in serious jeopardy of relegation. Twenty-one-year-old Dylan Cozens had a hat trick for Canada while Damon Severson had a goal and two assists. The game featured 14 minor penalties distributed evenly, half of that number in the middle period. Those advantages resulted in three extra-man goals for the victors and one for the Kazakhs. "They came out really hard," said Cozens, the man of the hour. "They had a really good game, and it was close for a long time. And we know we've got a lot better than that [to give]. There's times I think we got sloppy. But you know, at the end of the day, we got the win. We're just learning every day and getting better and better." "We’re having a blast," said Cozens's linemate Pierre-Luc Dubois. "The chemistry off the ice is coming along, and the chemistry on the ice, too. We talk a lot about the game with him and Nicky [Roy}. I passed him the puck with two guys on, he’s probably the only guy I’d pass it to and he put it in and I’m happy for his three goals at the tournament at his age especially with his first Worlds." Although Canada started with sustained pressure, it was the Kazakhs who scored first when Yegor Petyukhov fired a knuckleball on goal from the side boards. The puck fooled Logan Thompson, and Kazakhstan had its first ever lead on Canada in a World Championship game. Eighty seconds later, though, Canada tied the game. Ryan Graves took a harmless shot that Andrei Shutov couldn’t control, and Cozens was right there to jam home the rebound for his first of what would be a productive night for the Buffalo Sabres forward. Canada incurred the first three penalties of the period, and it was the last of these that proved costly. Pavel Akolzin threw a blind backhand pass towards the front of the goal, and Arkadi Shestakov managed to get his stick on the puck and re-direct it in at 12:16. And once again, Canada responded quickly. After a series of chances in front, the puck went behind Shutov’s goal as the goalie scrambled to get back into position. He wasn’t quick enough, and Drake Batherson banked a shot off the back of Shutov and in to make it 2-2. Late in the period, Canada finally got its first lead of the game on its first power play. A series of nice passes ended with Kent Johnson putting the puck on net, and Adam Lowry made a great tip of the disc in mid-air to get it by Shutov. Both teams opened a bit in the second and exchanged early great scoring chances. At one end, Cozens was denied beautifully by Shutov, and at the other Thompson robbed Anton Sagadeyev. Canada got the only goal of the period at 12:14 thanks to a bit of good timing and fortune. Damon Severson came out of the box after serving a penalty, and at that moment Noah Gregor fed him a perfect pass to create a breakaway. Severson made no mistake, giving Canada a 4-2 lead at 12:14. The period was replete with minor penalties, but nothing came of the various and sundry power plays. Thompson made his best save in the final minute, using his left pad to kick out a wonderful chance off the stick of Shestakov. The Kazakhs came back at 7:55 of the third. Canadian defender Ryan Graves blocked a shot and lay on the ice in obvious pain, but play continued and Nikita Mikhailis collected the puck. He found Kirill Savitski to the back side for an easy tap-in, making it 4-3. It took Graves a couple of minutes still to be helped off the ice, and he didn't return. The comeback ended there, however. The Kazakhs took a penalty soon after, and Canada capitalized. Cozens got a rebound behind the play and snapped a high shot into the empty net to restore the team's two-goal lead. Cozens closed out the scoring with another power-play marker with 48.1 seconds remaining. (Thanks to Andrew Podnieks)
Sweden on top in Ice Hockey Power Rankings
Sports Bulletin Report ISLAMABAD:-Sweden reached on top in Power Rankings of the 2022 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship after edging host Finland, the Olympic champions, in a 3-2 shootout win. The Swiss are right there in second place with four consecutive Group A victories, while the Canadians follow in third place after downing Kazakhstan 6-3. Power Rankings: 1. SWE (We like this new era of Sweden-Finland cooperation 2. SUI (Chocolate is sweet, breakaway goals are sweeter) 3. CAN (Hey Kazakhstan! Wanna be our new archrival?) 4. FIN (Laugh it up, you one-handed Forsberg lovers!) 5. USA (Backstreet Boys > One Direction) 6. CZE (Bergernka and Marchacek fit right in) 7. GER (We didn’t start the fire) 8. DEN (It was Billy Joel’s fault) 9. NOR (Polar bears love Sacher Torte) 10. SVK (Too soon to plan the bronze medal parade) 11. AUT (Losing to Norway is not the self-care we need) 12. FRA (Treille bien! Gallet Les Bleus!) 13. ITA  (St. Bernard, patron saint of saves) 14. LAT  (If we had McDavid, we would have lost 9-6) 15. GBR (They threw our tea in the harbour again) 16. KAZ We fear no one (except Denmark, obviously)
IPL 2022: Royal Challengers Bangalore (170/2) beat Gujarat Titans (168/5) by eight wickets
Sports Bulletin Report Mumbai (India):-Virat Kohli starred with the bat while Glenn Maxwell put on a superb all-round show as the Faf du Plessis-led Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) beat Gujarat Titans (GT) by 8 wickets in Match No. 67 of the TATA Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022 at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on Thursday. Needing 169 runs to win, RCB rode their luck and made the most of it as du Plessis and Kohli kept the scorecard ticking and gave the team a solid start, scoring 55 runs in the powerplay. While du Plessis stayed put, Kohli was on a roll with the bat as he dealt with pace and spin with equal ease and completed his second fifty of the season in 33 balls. He and du Plessis continued their solid show with the bat and brought up the hundred-run opening stand in the 12th over.GT finally managed to break the opening stand as Rashid Khan dismissed the RCB skipper in the 15th over as Hardik Pandya took the catch. GT almost had another wicket in the same over but Glenn Maxwell enjoyed a stroke of luck as the bails, despite being struck by the ball, were not dislodged. The big-hitting right-hander then creamed two sixes and a four off Hardik in the next over. Rashid then got Kohli out in the 17th over but not before the stylish right-hander had scored a dazzling 73 off 54 balls in the chase, paving way to RCB’s victory. Maxwell, though, continued to his merry ways and hammered an unbeaten 40 off 18 balls as RCB registered their eighth win of the season, with 8 balls to spare. Earlier, GT, who elected to bat, brought in Lockie Ferguson in their Playing XI while and RCB picked Siddarth Kaul in place of Mohammed Siraj. While Wriddhiman Saha set the ball rolling for GT, hitting two fours and a six in the first over bowled by Kaul, RCB got their first breakthrough as Maxwell grabbed a stunner off Josh Hazlewood in the third over to dismiss Shubman Gill. Maxwell then struck with the ball, trapping Matthew Wade before the wickets to give RCB their second breakthrough in the powerplay.GT captain Hardik Pandya and Saha then added 24 runs together. But the partnership was broken as RCB captain Faf du Plessis’ direct-hit sent the GT wicketkeeper-batter packing for 31 in the ninth over. Hardik then got a reprieve in the next over as substitute fielder Suyash Prabhudessai could not complete the catch near the ropes off Maxwell. Hardik made the most of that opportunity as he and David Miller joined forces and completed a brisk fifty-run stand, where the southpaw did the majority of the scoring.GT were 122/3 after 16 overs, with Miller and Hardik in the middle. However, just when it looked that the two would cut loose in the last four overs, RCB struck back with two quick wickets. While Wanindu Hasaranga completed a sharp return catch to get Miller out, Hazlewood dismissed Rahul Tewatia in the 18th over.Hardik though continued to stay put and brought up his fourth fifty-plus score of the season. On the other end, Rashid Khan, who walked out to bat following Tewatia’s fall, once again played a brilliant cameo, slamming an unbeaten 19 off 6 balls. While Hardik, who played a captain’s knock, scored 62* off 47 balls, GT posted 168/5 on the board. Brief Scores: Royal Challengers Bangalore 170/2 (Virat Kohli 73, Faf du Plessis 44; Rashid Khan 2/32) beat Gujarat Titans 168/5 (Hardik Pandya 62*, David Miller 34; Josh Hazlewood 2/39) by eight wickets.

CRICKET - Women20 May 2022

Indian women to tour Sri Lanka in July
BIPIN DANI The Indian cricket board is in the "final negotiation stage" with the Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) to have a bilateral series between the women's teams of both countries, it is learnt.  According to the highly placed sources in the BCCI, the two teams will play three ODIs' and three T-20Is in Sri Lanka in July this year. The SLC is planning to host all matches in Kandy. However, the venues are yet to be finalized. "Australia's two men's teams (national and "A") will be touring Sri Lanka and therefore depending upon the availability of the grounds, the women's teams will play matches there", one source said. Sri Lanka's women team captain Chamari Atapattu and her colleagues, who left for Pakistan on Thursday noon had to miss the Indian cricket board-organized My11 Circle Women’s T20 Challenge in India this month, however, now the likelihood of the matches in July has brightened the chances of the team to play against India.
Taekwondo: Pakistani athletes to attend Training Camp in Iran
Sports Bulletin Report Tehran (IRAN):-Pakistan’s 10-member squad including 7 players and three officials arrived here to attend an International Khyrougi Taekwondo Training Camp, which will be held in Tehran till June 6, 2022. Names of squad: Officials: Yousef Karami (Head Coach Khyrougi), Shahzada Mohammad Asif (Assistant Coach), Najia Rasool (Female Coach) Men Players: Mohammad Shahzaib, Haroon Khan, Mohammad Iqbal, Hamzah Omar Saeed, Abubakkar Usman, Arsalan Arshad Women Players: Zoya Sabir