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Danyial and Noor win titles of Tenpin Bowling Championship
Abdullah Asjad ISLAMABAD: Danyial-ur-Rehman and Noor Bibi have lifted the men and women’s titles of Islamabad Tenpin Bowling Championship respectively, at the Leisure City Bowling Club, Jinnah Park, Rawalpindi. Junaid Khan and Rana Afzaal Akhtar got second and third positions in the men’s singles respectively. Danyial-ur-Rehman received winning trophy along with Rs10,000 cash award and Junaid Khan got Rs7,000 cash award while Rana Afzaal Akhtar bagged a Rs3, 000 cash award as the third prize. President of Pakistan Tenpin Bowling Federation Ijaz ur Rehman and a large number of people were also present on the occasion. Results: Men’s Singles: Danyial Ur Rehman got first position with 421 scores Junaid khan obtained second position with 368 scores Rana Afzal secured third positions with 359 scores. Women’s Singles: Noor Bibi got first position with 165 scores Rozeena obtained second position with 124 Nadia secured 3rd position with 66 scores.
Ijaz-ur-Rehman lifts the title of Ramzan Cup Tenpin Bowling Tournament
Sports Bulletin Report RWALPINDI:-Top national bowling player, Ijaz-ur-Rehman has won the title of Ramadan Cup Tenpin Bowling Tournament after showing sparkling performance at Leisure City Bowling Club, Jinnah Park, Rawalpindi. Noor ul Ain and Mohammad Shahid won the women’s and deaf men's title respectively. In the professional category, Ijaz ur Rehman got first position with 2812 scores, Junaid Shafique obtained second position with 2693 scores and Daniyal ul Ijaz bagged third position with 2604 scores. In the women's event, Noor-ul-Ain won first position with 380 scores, Amber got second position with 360 scores and Sadia finished with third position at 345 scores. In the men deaf event, Mohammad Shahid got first position with 1370 scores, Mohammad Zohaib obtained second position with 1249 scores and Mohammad Zahid bagged third positions with 1190 scores.