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KABADDI - National08 Jul 2022

Charsadda Kabaddi team overcome high ranked Peshawar by 30-29
Sports Bulletin Report PESHAWAR:-After a nerve-wracking contest Charsada defeated high-ranked team Peshawar 30-29 with a solitary point difference at the last moments of the match in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa traditional games’s festival. Host Charsadda made a name for itself in the final despite Peshawar's excellent performance. However, Charsadda won the match by 30 points as compared to 29. Captain Mohib and Saddam played a key role in the victory of Charsadda. Director Sports, Jamshed Baloch distributed the prizes among the players. District Sports Officer Tehseen Ali, Assistant Director Sports Zakira, Admin Officer Irshad Khan, Admin Officer Imran A, International Kabaddi Referee Malang Jan and other personalities were present on the occasion.

KABADDI - National01 Apr 2022

Kabaddi Festival concludes at Shah Jeewana Jhang
Sports Bulletin Report LAHORE:-Punjab Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs Rai Taimoor Khan Bhatti said Jhang Kabaddi Festival will play a key role in the promotion of Kabaddi in this region of the province; he said this while talking at the closing ceremony of Jhang Kabaddi Festival at Sports Stadium Mandi Shah Jeewana on Thursday. Director General Sports Punjab Javed Chohan, Director Sports Nadeem Qaiser, Chief Sports Consultant SBP Hafeez Bhatti, Divisional Sports Officer DG Khan Atta urRehman, District Sports Officer Jhang Mohammad Jameel and a large number of kabaddi enthusiasts were also present on this occasion. Punjab Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs Rai Taimoor Khan Bhatti was warmly received by the local kabaddi officials. He was also introduced to all participating teams of the event. It may be noted here that the competitions of Jhang Kabaddi Festival and Kabaddi Taakra events are being organised under the aegis of Sports Board Punjab. Punjab Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs Rai Taimmor Khan Bhatti said kabaddi is the traditional and most popular sport of our province. “We organized Jhang Kabaddi Festival as part of our campaign to promote sports culture at regional level after the successful holding of sports events in South Punjab and we will continue this sequence in future as well”. Talking on this occasion, Director General Sports Punjab Javed Chohan said that Jhang Kabaddi Festival and Kabaddi Taakra events are being staged for the promotion of this traditional game among the young generation of the province. “We are quite upbeat to find several talented kabaddi players though this event,” he added. 

KABADDI - National18 Mar 2022

Potohar Kabaddi Tournament from March 22
Abdullah Asjad RAWALPINDI: -Pakistan Day ( Youm-e-Pakistan) Potohar Kabaddi Tournament will start from 22nd March, 2022 at Dhamial Stadium Rawalpindi. The tournament will be played under the auspices of Punjab Kabaddi Association (PKA) and in collaboration with Pakistan Kabaddi Federation (PKF). Four teams will be participating in tournament which teams are Pothohar Region, Central Punjab Region, West Punjab Region and South Punjab Region. Chairman, Tournament Organizing Committee, Raja Shahid Iqbal and secretary PKF further told reporters in a press conference at Mini Sports Complex Liaquat Baugh Rawalpindi on Friday that all all arrangements had been given final touches for this tournament. He said that big name of Kabaddi from all over the Pakistan would be in action in the tournament. He further disclosed that seven 700 thousands rupees prize money will be distributed among the team, as the winners would be pocked 300 thousands. Final will be played on 23rd March. Punjab Minister Mohammad Basharat Raja will be chief guest of final match. He will distribute the prizes among the players.

KABADDI - National15 Jan 2022

National Kabaddi Championship: PAF and WAPDA set to meet in final
Sports Bulletin LAHORE (January 15, 2022):-Pakistan Air Force (PAF) and Pakistan WAPDA set to meet in the final of the National Kabaddi Championship (Circle Style) after winning their respect semifinals at Punjab Stadium Lahore on Saturday, as the final will be played on Sunday at the same venue. In the first semi-final, Pakistan Air Force defeated Punjab Police 51-37 points to reah in final while Pakistan WAPDA defeated Army 45-37 in the second semifinal. The championship is being held at Punjab Stadium Lahore in collaboration with Pakistan Kabaddi Federation and Higher Education Commission.

KABADDI - National14 Jan 2022

National Kabaddi Championship: PAF, WAPDA, Army and Police reach in semifinals
Abdul Jabbar Faisal ISLAMABAD (January 14, 2022):-Pakistan Air Force (PAF), WAPDA, Army and Police moved into the semifinals of the 42nd National Kabaddi Championship after posting comprehensive victories in the quarterfinals at Punjab Stadium Lahore. In the first quarterfinal, Pakistan Air Force overcame Higher Education Commission with the score of 55-34 while WAPDA beat South Punjab at 61-32 in the second quarterfinal, as first two quarterfinals was held on Thursday at the same venue. However, on Friday, in the 3rd quarterfinal Pakistan Army beat Center Punjab 52-35 while Police got rid of North Punjab at 47-42 in a close contest. Semifinals will be played on Saturday, as PAF will meet WAPDA while Army will face Police in the second semifinal. Results (Quarterfinals): 1st Pakistan Air Force beat Higher Education Commission 55-34 2nd WAPDA beat South Punjab 61-32 3rd Pakistan Army beat Center Punjab 52-35 4th Police beat North Punjab 47-42

KABADDI - National12 Jan 2022

National Kabaddi Championship: Quarterfinals line completes
Sports Bulletin LAHORE (January 12, 2022):-PAF, WAPDA, Center Punjab, Army, South Punjab, North Punjab, Police and HEC moved into the quarterfinals of the ongoing 42nd National Kabaddi Championship after producing acceptable results in the round matches at Punjab Stadium Lahore. As many as 14 teams are competing for the top honour, as the final will be played on January 16, 2022 at the same venue. Police, Peshawar, North Punjab, Bannu, Central Punjab, Higher Education Commission (HEC), Quetta, South Punjab, Railway, Army, Islamabad, WAPDA and Pakistan Ordinance Factories (POF) are talking part in the championship 2022. Results (Day-3): PAF beat North Punjab 55-38 WAPDA beat Center Punjab 41-22 POF Wah beat Sukkur 35-13 Army beat South Punjab 53-19 Railway beat Islamabad 32-13 Peshawar beat Quetta 38-12 Police beat HEC 47-31 Quarterfinals Fixtures: PAF vs HEC WAPDA vs South Punjab Army vs Center Punjab Police vs North Punjab

KABADDI - National11 Jan 2022

WAPDA, Army, PAF and HEC claim wins in National Kabaddi Championship
Abdullah Asjad ISLAMABAD (January 11, 2022): PAF, WAPDA, Central Punjab, Southern Punjab, Police, Higher Education Commission (HEC), and Army have won their matches in the National Kabaddi Championship after defeating Bannu, Sukkur, Central Punjab, POF, Islamabad, Quetta, Peshawar and Railway respectively at Punjab Stadium Lahore. As many as 14 teams are competing for the top honour, as the final will be played on January 16, 2022 at the same venue. Police, Peshawar, North Punjab, Bannu, Central Punjab, Higher Education Commission (HEC), Quetta, South Punjab, Railway, Army, Islamabad, WAPDA and Pakistan Ordinance Factories (POF) are talking part in the championship 2022. Results (Day-2): PAF beat Bannu 32-18 WAPDA beat Sukkur 37-22 Central Punjab beat POF Wah 52-47 Southern Punjab beat Islamabad 31-12 Police beat Quetta 33-10 HEC beat Peshawar 50-30 Army beat Railway 67-20

KABADDI - National10 Jan 2022

National Kabaddi Championship starts in Lahore
Abdullah Asjad ISLAMABAD (January 10, 2022):-Police, North Punjab, Central Punjab, Higher Education Commission (HEC), South Punjab, Pakistan Army and WAPDA registered victories in the 42nd National Kabbadi Championship (Circle Style) that kicked off Punjab Stadium Lahore on Monday. As many as 14 teams are competing for the top honour, as the final will be played on January 16, 2022 at the same venue. Police, Peshawar, North Punjab, Bannu, Central Punjab, HEC, Quetta, South Punjab, Railway, Army, Islamabad, WAPDA and Pakistan Ordinance Factories (POF) are talking part in the championship 2022. Results (Day-1): Police beat Peshawar 34-17 North Punjab beat Bannu 27-09 Central Punjab beat Sukkar 32-11 HEC beat Quetta 15-7 South Punjab beat Railway 54-38 Army beat Islamabad 41-16 WAPDA beat POF 27-12

KABADDI - National22 Nov 2021

Peshawar defeat Lahore 48-20 in Kabaddi final
LAHORE (Sports Reporter):-Peshawar defeated Lahore-Gujranwala by 48-20 in the final match while Faisalabad-Sahiwal team got third position in the 2nd Inter-Regional Junior National Kabaddi Championship Under 23 Weight (Asian Style) at Nishtar Park Sports Complex on Monday. Secretary Pakistan Kabaddi Federation (PKF) Rana Sarwar, Deputy Director Tariq Wattoo, Chief Consultant SBP HafeezBhatti, Administrator NPSC Gymnasium Hall Mustafa Shah were also present on this occasion. Vice-Chairman Sports Board Punjab Rao Zahid Qayyum distributed prizes among the winning and runners-up teams and prominent performers of the event. Earlier, he was warmly received upon reaching the venue and introduced with the participating players and officials. He also had group photographs with them on this occasion. Vice-Chairman Sports Board Punjab Rao Zahid Qayyum said: We are promoting all games among the young generation in all parts of the province. “Though Kabaddi belongs to Punjab, it is encouraging development that this traditional game is spreading across the country swiftly”. Vice-Chairman Sports Board Punjab Rao Zahid Qayyum appreciated the exciting and thrilling competitions of 2nd Inter-Regional Junior National Kabaddi Championship. He also congratulated the winning team.   

KABADDI - National21 Nov 2021

Asian Style Under-23:  Sargodha, Peshawar, Lahore and Faisalabad reach in semifinals
LAHORE (Sports Reporter):-The second Under-23 Inter-Regional Junior National Kabaddi Championship Asian style is being played at Nishtar Gymnasium Hall Punjab Sports Board Punjab under the banner of Pakistan Kabaddi Federation (PKF). Peshawar beat Quetta 47-14 in the first match of the tournament while Bannu beat Sargodha 45-22 in the second encounter. Sukkur outclassed Multan 46-16 while Peshawar won the fourth match by 54-27 points against Sargodha. The fifth match was between Bannu and Quetta that won by Bannu won by 65-38. Lahore overcame Faisalabad 59-46 in the 6th match. Sargodha Lahore and Faisalabad qualified for the semi-finals. The first semi-final will be between Peshawar and Faisalabad while second semi-final will be between Lahore and Sargodha on Monday at same venue.
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