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Shaheen Shah Afridi calls on IG Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
Peshawar (Sports Report):-Superstar Pakistani fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi called on Inspector General (IG) Police Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Moazzam Jahan Ansari in his office at Central Police Office Peshawar on Saturday. The IGP also offered to appoint Shaheen Shah Afridi as the brand ambassador of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police Force for establishing close and cordial relations between the police and the people, which he gladly accepted as a great honor for him. ? Talking to IGP, Shaheen Shah Afridi revealed that his father and uncle had also made valuable sacrifices for the nation by being part of law enforcement agencies. Appreciating the sacrifices made by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police in the ongoing war on terror, Shaheen Afridi said that he was immensely happy and proud of the bravery and unparalleled sacrifices made by the police of the province at the national and international level.
Karachi (Sports Report):-Pakistan Navy claimed the title of the 6th Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Open Shooting championship by winning 20 gold medals at the end of the day-7 competitions at Pakistan Navy Shooting Rang Karachi. Pakistan Army team remained on second position with 13 gold medals while WAPDA could lift one gold in the national championship. Results (Day-7): Double Trap (Men): Pakistan Army won Gold, Navy Silver and PAF Bronze Medal in team categories. In individual category, Pakistan Navy Shooter, Owais Ali won Gold, Farrukh Nadeem and Junaid Ali Zulfiqar from Pakistan Army won Silver and Bronze Medals. 10m Air Pistol Men (Individual Event): In individual category Pakistan Navy shooter Abdul Majid won Gold, Zeeshan from Pakistan Army Silver and Rayyan Hassan from Navy won Bronze Medal. 10m Air Pistol Women (Individual Event): In individual category Pakistan Navy Shooters Mafia Rauf & Hania Zehra won Gold & Silver, Waniya from Pakistan Army won Bronze Medal. Double Trap Men (Team Position): 1st Farrukh Nadeem, Junaid Ali Zulfiqar, Amir Iqbal (Army) Gold 2nd Owais Ali, Mohammad Mubeen, Amin Ullah (Navy) Silver 3rd Waqas Khan, Mehdi, Abdul Wahid (PAF) Bronze 10m Air Pistol Men (Individual Event): 1st Abdul Majid (Navy) Gold 2nd Zeeshan Khan (Army) Silver 3rd Rayyan Hassan (Navy) Bronze 10m Air Pistol Women (Individual Event): 1st Mafia Rauf (Navy) Gold 2nd Hania Zahra (Navy) Silver 3rd Waniya (Army) Bronze                                     Medals Table (Day-7) a.            NAVY                   20                           19                           08                                           47 b.            ARMY                  13                           13                           08                                           34 c.             WAPDA               01                           --                              01                                         02 d.            HEC                     --                             01                           04                                           05 e.            SINDH                 --                             01                           03                                           04 f.             PAF                      --                             --                             09                                           09 g.            FRA                     --                             --                             01                                           01 Grand Total                        34                            34                            34                                         102
Inam Butt Pehlwan defeats Masaab Niazi to win the Rustam-e-Pakistan Dangal
Salman Khan LAHORE (December 31, 2021):-Taunsa Sharif Cricket Stadium hosted historic thrilling Rustam-e-Pakistan Dangal fights under the auspices of Sports and Youth Affairs Department Punjab on Friday. World Champion Inam Butt Pehlwan defeated international wrestler Masa’ab Khan Niazi to win the Rustam-e-Pakistan Dangal. Around 35000 wrestling enthusiasts thronged the Taunsa Sharif Cricket Stadium to watch thrilling fights between top wrestlers of the country. The biggest fight of Rustam-e-Pakistan Dangal was fought between World Champion and Presidential Award-winner Inam Butt Pehlwan and international wrestler Masa’ab Khan Niazi in which Inam Butt was declared winner after thrilling contest. Punjab Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs RaiTaimoor Khan Bhatti and Director General Sports Punjab JavedChohan congratulated the victorious wrestlers. They also lauded the organizers for making excellent arrangements for the grand event. "Definitely, Rustam-e-Pakistan Dangal is a historic event in South Punjab and it is expected that several talented wrestlers will come to the fore after the highly successful Dangal fights," they said. SardarUmer Khan Buzdar was the chief guest at the largely attended Dangal fights. He also awarded maces (gurz) to victorious wrestlers of the grand event. The participating wrestlers and officials also had group photographs with him. Sher-e-Punjab Adnan PehlwanTairanwala defeated Rustam DG Khan Division Sher-e-Punjab Omair Pehlwan after a close fight. Similarly Malu Pehlwan Lahore wala also entertained the massive wrestling lover crowd with his agility and interesting wrestling locks against Majid Dad Potra Pehlwan.
Pakistan Navy dominate in the CNS Open Shooting Championship
Karachi (Sports Report):-Pakistan Navy Shooters were dominating in the 6th Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Open Shooting Championship 2021 after garbing 13 gold medals on the end of day-5 competitions here on Thursday. Results: 25m Pistol (Women): Pakistan Navy won Gold by setting New National Record (1703/1800), Army Silver and PAF Bronze medal in team categories. In individual category, Pakistan Navy shooters, Zafar Iqbal & Ghulam Mustafa Bashir won Gold & Silver respectively. 50m Prone Rifle (Women): Navy won Gold by setting New National Record (3406/3600), HEC Silver and SINDH Bronze medal in team categories. In individual category Nadra Raees from Pakistan Navy won Gold medal by setting New National Record (1149/1200). Trap Olympic (Men): Army won Gold, Sindh Silver and Navy Bronze medal in team categories. In individual category Farrukh Nadeem from Pakistan Army won Gold medal & Amin Ullah of Pakistan Navy won Silver medal. 25m Standard Fire Pistol Men (Team Position): 1st Zafar Iqbal, Ghulam Mustafa Bashir, Abdul Quddus (Navy-Gold) 2nd Mohammad Khalil Akhtar, Mohammad Kabir, Mohammad Umar Farooq (Army-Silver) 3rd Shifa Ullah, Umer Shehzad, Wahid Saleem (PAF-Bronze) 50m 3 x Position Rifle Women (Team Position): 1st Nadra Raees, Sara Saleem, Hadeeqa Iqbal (Navy-Gold) 2nd Aqsa Ghufran, Saba Mahmood, Alisha Ghufran (HEC-Silver) 3rd Saima Naz, Tasmiya Mansoor, Sidra Javed (Bronze-Sindh) Trap Olympic Men (Team Position): 1st Zafar Ul Haq, Farrukh Nadeem, Aamir Iqbal (Army-Gold) 2nd Khurram Inam, Shakeel Ilyas, Usman Sadiq (Sindh-Silver) 3rd Amin Ullah, Owais Ali, Asim Ali (Navy-Bronze). Medal Position S No       TEAM                    GOLD                    SILVER                  BRONZE                               TOTAL a.            NAVY                    13                           15                           06                                           34 b.            ARMY                    12                           09                           05                                           26 c.             WAPDA                01                             --                             01                                           02 d.            PAF                        --                             --                             06                                           06 e.            HEC                        --                             01                           04                                           05 f.             SINDH                   --                                01                           03                                           04 g.            FRA                        --                               --                             01                                           01 Grand Total                          26                    26                    26                      78
Momna declares best athlete: Peace College wins Inter-College Games Trophy
Ayaz Raza Afridi PESHAWAR:-Momna of Girl College Peace Group of School and College declared as the fastest athlete while her college clinched the overall trophy of the District Charsadda Inter-College Games held at Abdul Wali Khan Sports Complex Charsadda on Wednesday. Deputy Commissioner Charsadda Saadat Hassan was the chief guest on this occasion who gave away cash prizes and trophies to the position holders. Additional Deputy Commissioner Mohammad Ali Shah, District Sports Officer Tehseen Ullah Khan, International athlete Inam Ullah Khan, Principal Peace School and Group of Colleges Shams-ul-Munir, Principal Girls College Parang Nighat, College Girls Dargai Rabia, Principal Tangai College Sajida, Principal New Principal Roheena, Girls College Dargai Suria and Games incharge Nousheen, players and officials were also present. Momna Khan of Peace Girls College won gold medal in 100m, 400m and silver medal in 200m and was declared best athlete of the Year-2021. Zebunisa of Peace College claimed the gold medal in 200m, Momna of the same took the silver medal and Eshal of Peace College took the bronze medal. In the 400m, Momna claimed the gold medal, followed by Zebunisa and Eshal. In the shot put HIna of Girls College Tangi took gold medal, followed by Uzma of Dargai Girls College took silver medal and Shehla of Girls College Charsadda got bronze medal. In the Discus throw Uzma of Dargai Girls College took the gold medal, followed by Aneela of Tangi College and Saima of Tangi College took the bronze medal. In Javelin throw Saima of Girls College Tangi took the gold medal, followed by Uzama of Girls College Dargai and Shehlah and Shaheen took the bronze medal. In the 4X100m relay Peace College team comprising Momna, Zebunisa, Eshal and Javeria took took first position, followed by Girls College Tangi team including Haseena, Hina, Aneela and Shaheen and Girls College Tajo Bibi Charsadda won third position with the team including Saima, Shehlah, Anum and Lubna. In the other Games the Peace Group of School and College defeated Peace A team in the badminton final by 3-1, in the Table Tennis event the Peace Group of School and College defeated Girls College Tajo Bibi, Charsadda, in the Tug of War the Peace College won first position, followed by Girls College Dargai and in the Volleyball Girls College Parang took first position, followed by Peace College team. At the end, the chief guest gave away trophies and cash prizes of Rs. 6000 for the first position holders and Rs. 4000 for the runners-up and Rs. 3000 for the third position holders. In the Individual events including Athletic the gold medal winner was given Rs. 3000, Rs. 2000 for silver medal and Rs. 1000 for the bronze medals.
WAPDA "B" wins All Pakistan Women's Basketball Championship
ISLAMABAD (Sports Report):-WAPDA "B" won the title of All Pakistan Women's Basketball Championship after beating WAPDA “A” in the final 8-2, as the fixture was organized by Pakistan Basketball Federation and 12 teams participated in the three-day three-a-side championship. In the final of the tournament, WAPDA "B" won the tournament by defeating WAPDA "A" by 8 points to 7 after a tough contest. Earlier in the semi-final round, WAPDA "B" defeated SA Garden 7-10 while WAPDA "A" defeated Frank Five Club 4-11. Government College University Vice Chancellor Prof. Asghar Zaidi was the chief guest at the closing ceremony of the tournament and distributed prizes among the players. On the occasion, Secretary General of Pakistan Basketball Federation Khalid Bashir also announced to hold Mahmood Butt Memorial All Pakistan Three A Side Men's and Women's Basketball Tournament from January 10.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa organizes Christmas Sports and Cultural Gala
Ayaz Raza Afridi PESHAWAR (December 26, 2021):-The Department of Tourism, Culture, Sports, Archeology, Museums and Youth Affairs in collaboration with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Culture and Tourism Authority organized a Christmas Sports Gala under the aegis of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Culture and Tourism Authority for the Christian community. Member Provincial Assembly Wilson was the special guest along with Pastor Tariq Mahmood, former members Provincial Assembly on this eve. The Christmas Sports Gala was attended by a large number of Christian communities from Peshawar, Nowshera, Mardan, Landi Kotal, Khyber, Ghalani and Mohmand. Table tennis, musical chair, khattak dance, musical band, tablo, chakra pe chakra and music competitions were part of the gala. Addressing the gala, Member Provincial Assembly Wilson Wazir said: “We we are grateful to the Department of Tourism, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Culture and Tourism Authority and others for organizing these activities including sports gala and music on the occasion of Christmas for the Christian community.” The event was attended by families including youth from different districts including Peshawar. The ceremony also paid tribute to the victims of Kohati St. John's Church blast and cut a Christmas cake at the end of the ceremony.
Rope skipping coaching course concludes
Lahore (Sports Report):-The 2- day International Rope Skipping Coaching Course 2021 concluded at City School DHA Campus, Lahore. USA Skipper's Alisha Junior World Record Holder and Mishal Junior World Record demonstrated Rope Skipping and particular training session to players and coaches. Overall Pakistan 60 participates from Karachi, Lahore, Balochistan, Khyber Pakhtunkawa and Islamabad attended course. Chairman, Pakistan Rope Skipping Federation (PRSF) Main Mohammad Afzal Director General Admin Lahore and DG WAPDA Sports Board, Mushraff Khan were the chief guests and distributed certificates to all the participants. President PRSF Maqbool Arain, Vice Presidents, Asghar Anjum and Col. Wasif, Secretary, Shariq Siddqui were also present on the occasion.
All Pakistan 3X3 Basketball Tournaments 2021
Lahore (Sports Report):-The Lahore Division Basketball Association announced that the Prof. Dr. Asghar Zaidi (TI) Vice Chancellor (GCU) All Pakistan 3X3 Men and Women Basketball Tournaments would be held at Government College University (GCU) Lahore under the supervision of Pakistan Basketball Federation (PBF). According to an official, the Men's Basketball tournament will be held from 21th to 23rd December, 2021 while the Women Basketball tournament will be conducted from 27th to 29th December, 2021. The departmental basketball players only can play from their departments and Divisional basketball players will only be allowed to play from their respective club.
Combaxx Sports plays a pivotal role in promoting sports
Karachi (Sports Report):-Combaxx Sports General Manager Zubair Macha has said that youth are our future and by promoting sports at grass-root level, we can produce world-class players to win laurel for the country at national and international level. Speaking at the opening ceremony of SSA Quaid-e-Azam Day Softball Festival as chief guest at Trinity Girls School and College Ground, he said that his organization has been playing a pivotal role in unearthing new talent by patronizing sports and sportsmen and these efforts will be further accelerated with the passage of time to make a difference on the sports front. Softball Federation of Pakistan Chairperson Tehmina Asif, Sindh Softball Association President Waseem Hashmi, Secretary Mohammad Zeeshan Merchant, Finance Secretary Murad Hussain, Chairman Coaching Committee Faraz Aijaz, and a number of other sports organizers were also present on the occasion. The Combaxx Sports GM said that school and college-level sports are a must for promoting any sports and he hoped that the current softball tournament was dedicated to the Father of the Nation Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah at this educational institution will promote talent among youngsters. He lauded the holding of the softball tournaments at the school and college level and hoped that such events will definitely help provide opportunities to youth to horn their skills and shine into gems.   He said that Combaxx Sports plays a pivotal role in promoting sports at the national and international level by providing quality sports goods to youth at reasonable and affordable prices so that they can avail and utilize world-level sports goods to be at par with international players. Later, Jinnah IX easily overcame Quaid-e-Millat IX 12-8 in the inaugural match of the day. Highlights of the match were the good display of talent by Ammara, Fareesha, and Nida, who scored 3 runs each. In the second match of the day, Iqbal IX beat Fatima Jinnah IX 13-11 runs after a sensational contest.  Zara, Ayesa, Mursaleen and Farah Khan scored two runs each for the winners. For the losing side, Hira Mughal, Samina Haris, and Muneea Farhan scored two runs each.
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