Bowling10 Feb 2021
SPORTS REPORT ISLAMABAD (February 10, 2021):-The Pakistan Open Tenpin Bowling Championship will start from March 23, 2011 at Leisure City Bowling Club, Jinnah Park, Rawalpindi. According to President, Pakistan Tenpin Bowling Federation, Ijaz ur Rehman, the top national players from all over the country will participate in the eight events categories, comprises, Singles Masters, Doubles, Deaf, Team, Women, Inter University, Inter School, and Amateur. He said that registration would be opened and every players can registered their names on lines by March 20, at 4 p.m. The draws of the tournament would be taken place on March 22 at the championship venue. He said that the semi finals and finals would be played on March 29 and March 30, respectively. The concluding and prizes ceremony will be held on March 30, at 6 pm. Trophies and certificates will be delivered to the players. To seek further information, they should contact to the Secretary General, Pakistan Tenpin Bowling Federation, Mohammad Hussain Chattha.
Cricket05 Feb 2021
ABDUL JABBAR FAISAL ISLAMABAD (February 5, 2021):-Pakistani right-arm pacer, Hasan Ali’s back-to-back two strikes gave a new turn to Pindi Test on Friday, as the visitors were 106 for 4 runs on the conclusion of second day game. Earlier Pakistan finished their innings on 272 and 166 runs ahead from Proteases. On Friday, Pakistan duo meddle order batsmen captain Babar Azam and Fawad Alam resuming their innings at 145 for three at 9:45 am. Babar could not add a solitary score in the last night total 77, however, Fawad added only runs twice singles and ran-out on 45, unfortunately. Earlier, Nortje made the first breakthrough when he had Babar Azam caught at second slip with the second ball of the day. Azam looked to cut a length ball but got a thick outside edge and Faf du Plessis took the chance at head height. This was the second time Azam had been dismissed without adding to his overnight score in Rawalpindi - he was on 143 against Bangladesh last February when the same thing had happened, and it was also the first time in three Test innings at this venue that the Pakistan captain had not scored a century. But Azam was not the victim of the most spectacular piece of fielding in the morning session. That was the fate of Fawad Alam, who added three to his first-day 42 before being run-out at the non-striker's end by a direct hit from Temba Bavuma. Fawad nudged a Kagiso Rabada delivery to the off side, where Bavuma swooped in from point, picked up and threw in one motion and beat Alam's dive in a scene reminiscent of his run-out of David Warner in 2016. Alam could only nod his head in appreciation of Bavuma's efforts and walk off. South Africa would have hoped to get rid of Ashraf fairly soon after that and called for a review when he missed a paddle sweep against Maharaj on 15. Replays showed the ball would have missed off stump and Ashraf survived. He saw off the second new ball, even after Mohammad Rizwan was bounced out by a fired-up Nortje and Maharaj, given the ball when it was less than five overs old, had Hasan caught at slip. Ashraf was confident on the drive and the pull and was particularly severe on Kagiso Rabada, taking 30 runs off 32 balls he faced from him. Rabada finished wicketless and appeared down on pace and Ashraf reached his fifty off him with a gorgeous drive down the ground. With Yasir Shah at the other end, Pakistan would have had 300-plus in their sights, especially after they got through the opening spells with the second new ball. But shah offered Wiaan Mulder a catch in his follow through, which he took low down, to open up the tail. Nauman Ali's defences appeared solid until Nortje turned up the chin music and aimed one at the grille. Nauman threw his hands up in defence and was caught at short leg. Two balls later, Shaheen Shah Afridi gloved a bumper to silly point to give Nortje his five-for and the South African openers an opportunity to bat before tea. With minutes to go, Elgar and van der Dussen were dismissed, leaving the match interestingly poised ahead of the final session.
Badminton05 Feb 2021
SPORTS REPORT PESHAWAR (February 5, 2021):-Top national badminton players Murad Ali defeated Raja Mohammad Hasnain in straight games 2-0 in the quarterfinal of the ongoing 53rd National Badminton Championship 2021 at Charsadda on Friday. On the occasion Mohammad Shoaib Khan DPO Chrsadda was the chief guest. Wajid Ali Chaudhry presented the shield to the chief guest and thanked him for visiting the venue and boosted the morale of the players. He also appreciates the effort of DPO for providing the full proof security of the venue and players. Results: Men Singles (Quarterfinals): Murad Ali (NBP) beat Raja Mohammad Hasnian (NBP) by 21-15, 21-10 Irfan Saeed (Wapda) beat Muqeet Tahir (SNGPL) by 21-15, 21-12 Mohammad Ali Larosh (Wapda) beat Hashir Bashir (Wapa) by 21-18, 21-15 Anjum Bashir (NBP) beat Azeem Sarwar (Wapda) by 21-16, 21-18 Women Singles (Quarterfinals): Mahoor Shahzad (Wapda) beat Zubaira Islam (SNGPL) by 21-6, 21-9 Palwasha Bashir (NBP) beat Bushra Qayyum (Wapda) by 21-10, 21-15 Alja Tariq (Balochistan) beat Ammarah Ishtiaq (Sindh) BY 21-6, 21-13 Ghazala Siddiqui (Wapda) beat Mehwish Khan (Army) BY 21-18, 21-6 Men Doubles (Pre Quarterfinals): Ammar Masood (RLY) & Muteeb Sohail (KRL) beat Khalil Ur Rehman & Fazal Ur Rehman (RLY) by 21-18, 21-12 Raja Hasnain (NBP) & Raja Zulqarnain (Wapda) beat Ahmad Tariq (SNGPL) & Faizan Ahmad (Wapda) by 21-11, 21-12 Muqeet Tahir (SNGPL) & Kashif Sulehri (NBP) beat Abuzar Rashid (HEC) & Umer Zeshan (Wapda) by 21-16, 21-13 Hashir Bashir (Wapda) & Murad Ali (NBP) beat Ali Chishti (ISB) & Shujaat Ali Khan (Wapda) by 21-15, 21-17 Waqas Ahmad & Shoaib Riaz (Wapda) beat Mohammad Noman (SNGPL) & Amir Saeed (Wapda) by 19-21, 21-13, 21-18 Awais Zahid (Wapda) & Murad Ali (NBP) beat Shahmir Iftikhar (SNGPL) & Ali Nawab Dil (Wapda) by 22-20, 21-17 Irfan Saeed & Azeem Sarwar (Wapda) beat Shabbar Hussain & Adnan Aziz (Wapda) by 21-17, 21-16 Anjum Bashir (NBP) & Yasir Ali (HEC) beat Zunnain Javed & Atiq Ch. (Wapda) by 21-17, 21-14
Tennis05 Feb 2021
ABDUL JABBAR FAISAL ISLAMABAD (February 5, 2021):- Sam Kydd Baumgartner paring with Birtan Duran have won the Boys Doubles title of PTF President ITF World J5 Junior Tennis Championship after beating their opponents Dmitry Dolzhenkov and Artiom Dorofeev 2-0 in single sided final at PTF Tennis Complex on Friday. Syed Zeeshan Ali Naqvi, Deputy Mayor Islamabad, visited PTF Complex along with Mansoor Ahmed DDG PSB to witness some of the matches, and he was extremely happy with the arrangements and organization of the events. He also paid compliments to President PTF and his team in ensuring that so many foreign players have decided to come to Islamabad. Results: Boy’s Doubles (Final): Sam Kydd Baumgartner (SUI) / Birtan Duran (TUR) beat Dmitry Dolzhenkov (RUS) / Artiom Dorofeev (FRA) 6-4, 6-2 Girl’s Doubles (Final): Iman Khan (GBR) / Alaia Rubio Perez (GBR) beat Mariia Masiianskaia (RUS) / Margarita Okhendovskaya (UKR) 4-6, 6-4 [11-9] Boys Singles (Semi-Finals): Sam Kydd Baumgartner (SUI) beat Andrey Kozlov (RUS) 6-2, 6-2 Birtan Duran (TUR) beat Dmitry Dolzhenkov (RUS) 7-5, 6-3 Girls Singles (Semi-Finals): Iman Khan (GBR) beat Maria Pukhina (RUS) 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 Mariia Masiianskaia (RUS) beat Ines Faltinger (AUT) 6-7(2), 6-2, 6-2
Cricket05 Feb 2021
ABDUL JABBAR FAISAL ISLAMABAD (February 5, 2021):-Federal Minister for Railway Azam Khan Swati appreciated the organizers for holding the first Kashmir Premier League (KPL) next month and termed it a massive step to highlight the Kashmir issue through cricket in all over the world. While talking to Arshad Khan Tenoli, Chairman Mazaffarabad Tigers, in his office, minister hoped that Mazaffarabad Tigers team would play positive cricket and perform well in the whole competition. “KPL will give an acknowledgement to Kashmiri people in all over the world that will also help to highlight Kashmir issue in other parts of the world, “he added.
Tennis04 Feb 2021
SPORTS REPORT ISLAMABAD (February 4, 2021):-Dmitry Dolzhenkov (RUS) overcame Carl Holder (FRA) in the first quarterfinal of the ongoing ITF World Juniors Tennis Championship at PTF Tennis Complex Islamabad on Thursday. Both sets ended on tie-break. In another game, Iman Khan (UK) ousted Arina Arifullina (RUS) in an exciting match with the score-line of 6-3, 3-6, 6-1. Results: Boys Singles (Quarter-Finals): Dmitry Dolzhenkov (RUS) bt Carl Holder (FRA) 7-5, 7-5 Andrey Kozlov (RUS) bt Siddhartha Lama (USA) 2-6, 6-2, 6-3 Birtan Duran (TUR) bt Yakup Uzunel (DEN) 6-1, 6-1 Sam Kydd Baumgartner (SUI) bt Artiom Dorofeev (FRA) 1-6, 7-5, 6-4 Girls Singles (Quarter-Finals): Maria Pukhina (RUS) bt Avrora Volkova (RUS) 6-3,6-1 Lidia Laskova (RUS) bt Ines Faltinger (AUT) 6-0, 6-1 Iman Khan (GBR) bt Arina Arifullina (RUS) 6-3, 3-6, 6-1 Mariia Masiianskaia (RUS) bt Alaia Rubio Perez (GBR) 6-3, 6-2 Girls Doubles (Semi-Finals): Iman Khan (GBR) / Alaia Rubio Perez (GBR) W/O Tamara Ermakova (RUS) / Maria Pukhina (RUS)
Cricket04 Feb 2021
ABDUL JABBAR FAISAL RAWALPINDI (February 4, 2021):-Babar Azam (77) and Fawad Alam (42) have saved the respect of the team, as Pakistani were 22 for 3 after winning the toss at Pindi Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi. Both players were still on the pitch after aggregating 123 runs for the fourth wicket, as rain did not allow resuming the game after tea-break on Thursday. Total was 145 for 3 runs on the board, when both umpires Aleem Dar and Ashan Raza called off the day one game. Earlier, Captain Babar Azam decided to bat first after winning the toss, as the wicket was looking bit day and good batting track. Unfortunately, hosts lost their first wicket at the score of 21, when Imran Butt was caught behind the stumps by de Kock on the bowling of Maharaj. Butt scored only 15 runs by hitting three boundaries. Green Shirts wasted their second wicket on same score 21, when Azhar Ali was judged LBW on the bowling of Miharaj without scoring a run. Abid Ali dismissed on 22, was excellent caught by Aiden Markran on the bowling of Nortje. He scored only 6 runs. At the end of day Babar and Fawad were not out at 77 and 42 respectively and they will resume their innings on Friday morning at same venue. Maharaj got two wickets while Nortje got one wicket by conceding 51 and 30 runs respectively. Rest of South African bowling failed to get any wicket. It is important to mention here that George Linds got injured, when Babar hit a powerful drive to back to bowler. Lindy could not complete the over. On Friday second day of the test match will kick off at 9:45am.
Cricket04 Feb 2021
SPORTS REPORT ISLAMABAD (February 4, 2021):-Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on today (Thursday) announced that the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) allowed 20 per cent crowds to attend the HBL Pakistan Super League 2021, which would be played in Karachi and Lahore from 20 February to 22 March. The decision means around 7,500 ticketed spectators will be allowed access inside the National Stadium per match day, while around 5,500 will be able to attend each match day at the Gaddafi Stadium. During the course of the event, the NCOC and the PCB will continue to work together and monitor the situation before a decision to increase crowd numbers for the three playoffs and the final is made. The NCOC made the decision following a detailed and comprehensive briefing by the PCB officials, in which they assured that the event organisers and the PCB will strictly follow government Covid-19 Standard Operating Procedures, including social distancing. Now that the NCOC has supported crowd attendances for the HBL PSL 2021, the PCB will soon announce its ticketing policy to provide further clarity to the fans on how they can purchase tickets and the process to enter/exit the venues during the matches. PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani: “I am thankful to the NCOC for trusting the PCB and allowing limited fans to watch live action of the HBL Pakistan Super League 2021. This is an endorsement that the PCB is an institution, which is capable of planning and then successfully implementing Covid-19 SOPs during its marquee event being staged in Pakistan for the second successive year. “Fans are the PCB’s biggest asset and we are delighted that no matter a small number, but some will be able to have access to the matches. Their presence will add flavour and excitement to one of the biggest and most challenging leagues in the cricket calendar. We understand not everyone will get an opportunity to watch the matches due to the limited number of seats, but these are baby-steps and considering that most of the sport events are being played in empty stadium, this is a positive achievement and step in the right direction. “I am optimistic that if we can maintain strict protocols during the HBL PSL 2021 matches we will have a strong case for more fans in the 2021-22 season in which we have to host high-profile internationals teams such as New Zealand, England and the West Indies as well as quality domestic events, including the National T20 Cup, Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and the Pakistan Cup.”
Cricket03 Feb 2021
SPORTS REPORT DURBAN (February 3, 2021):-Pakistan Women ended their tour of South Africa on a high by clinching an eight-run win on DLS method in the third and final T20I played at the Kingsmead Durban on Wednesday. Set a 128-run target, South Africa Women were struggling at 68 for four in 12.3 overs when the match was stopped due to rain. Later, heavy rain kept the players off the field as the match was called-off. As per the DLS method, South Africa were nine runs short at the time of the interruption which meant Pakistan were declared winners. South Africa were rocked by the loss of three early wickets in their chase as they were reduced to 24 for three in 6.3 overs. Left-arm-spinner Anam Amin took two wickets and finished her quota with impressive figures of 4-0-14-4, her spell included 15 dot balls. Nida Dar made the fourth breakthrough when she bowled Lara Goodall (11) in the 10th over. At the time of the rain interruption, Migon Du Preez (24) was batting with captain Sune Luus. Earlier, Pakistan posted 127 for six as captain Javeria Khan (player-of-the-match) scored her ninth T20I half-century after her South African counterpart, Sune Luus, decided to bowl after winning the toss. The 32-year-old right-handed batter returned unbeaten on 56 after opening the innings with Ayesha Zafar, who made 19 off 23 balls. Javeria smashed five of the 50 balls she faced for fours and stitched a crucial 61-run partnership with Kainat Imtiaz – 47 of which were scored in the last five overs. Pakistan found themselves in a precarious position as they lost Nida Dar (18 off 14, one four and one six) in the 12th over after their innings resumed following a brief rain-induced halt. Ayesha Naseem (2) and Aliya Riaz (0) were dismissed on successive deliveries in the next over. When Kainat, who made 29 off 24 balls and crunched two fours, joined her captain in the middle, the scorecard read 66 for five. Off-spinner Nondumiso Shangase, who accounted for Ayesha Naseem and Aliya, returned her career-best figures of three for 20. Tumi Sekhukhune took two wickets for 15 runs. Scores in brief: Pakistan Women won by eight runs on DLS method Pakistan Women 127-6, 20 overs (Javeria Khan 56 not out, Kainat Imtiaz 29, Ayesha Zafar 19, Nida Dar 18; Nondumiso Shangase 3-20, Tumi Sekhukhune 2-15) South Africa Women 68 for 4, 12.3 overs (Migon Du Preez 24 not out, Anam Amin 2-14) Player of the match – Javeria Khan Player of the series – Taziman Brits
Badminton03 Feb 2021
SPORTS REPORT PESHAWAR (February 3, 2021):-The ongoing 53rd National Badminton Championship’s team event reached at final stage. National Bank of Pakistan and WAPDA reaches in the final on men team event by beating SNGPL and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and in women team event Pakistan WAPDA and Pakistan Army reaches the finals by beating National Bank of Pakistan and Sindh. Results: Men Singles 1st Round 32(64) Mohammad Uzair Khan (Rly) beat Soban Jamil (Wapda) by 21-14, 21-13 Abdul Hassan (Army) beat Aoun Abbas (Wapda) by 21-9, 21-14 Ariz Ali (HEC) beat Waqas Ahmad (Wapad) by 21-18, 21-12 Ahmad Tariq (SNGPL) beat Abdullah Siddiqi (Sindh) by 21-7, 21-11 Tahir Khan (Police) beat Ihtisham Ali (Army) by 21-12, 21-17 Ahmed Janjua (ISB) beat Adeel Anjum (Army) by 21-15, 21-16 Ahmer Jalal (HEC) beat Usama Shafi (KRL) by 21-14, 14-21, 21-11 Hamza Khan (KP) beat Tahir Shah (KP) by 21-17, 20-22 Muqeet Tahir (SNGPL) beat Ahsan Asif (Wapda) by 21-19, 21-14 Mohammad Ammar Masood (Rly) beat Raza Ali (PB) by 21-13, 31-15 Shoaib Riaz (Wapda) beat Sheraz Ur Rehman (Wapda) by 21-14, 21-4 Shabbar Hussain (Wapda) beat Arbab Noman (Army) by 21-17, 21-16 Mohammad Uaakeph Khan (KRL) beat Ali Chishty (ISB) by 21-9, 21-12 Shehroz Jamil (Wapda) beat Ibrahim Rashid (ISB) by 14-21, 21-11, 21-8 Women Singles 1st Round 16(32) Amal Muneeb (PB) beat Mehmoona Amir (Wapda) by 21-14, 21-15 Zubaira Islam (SNGPL) beat Saba Rashid (Wapda) by 21-14, 21-19 Aqsa Zikriya (SNGPL) beat Wirdha Gohar Sharif (SNGPL) by 21-14, 21-15 Ammara Ishtiaq (Sindh) beat Yasmeen Shahzad (ISB) by 21-17, 21-15 Results of last night matches: Team Event Men Quarter Final NPB beat KRL by 3-0 1st Single: Murad Ali (NBP) beat Uaakeph Khan (KRL) by 21-18, 21-18 1st Double: Raja Hasnain & Kashif Sulehri (NBP) beat Uzair Khan & Jamshed Bhutta (KRL) by 21-9, 21-15 2nd Single: Anjum Bashir (NBP) beat Muteeb Sohail (KRL) by 21-12, 21-16 SNGPL beat Pakistan Police by 3-0 1st Single: Muqeet Tahir (SNGPL) beat Zuhaib Khan (Police) by 21-9, 21-11 1st Double: Ahmad Tariq & Muhammad Nouman (SNGPL) beat Zuhaib & Ali (Police) by 21-14, 21-9 2nd Single: Shahmeer Iftikhar (SNGPL) beat Tahir Khan (Police) by 21-17, 21-14 Pakistan Wapda beat Pakistan Railway by 3-0 1st Single: Irfan Saeed (Wapda) beat Ammar Masood (Railway) by 21-13, 21-18 1st Double: M Ali Larosh & Awais Zahid (Wapda) beat Nabeel & Khalil (Railway) by 21015, 21-19 2nd Single: Azeem Sarwar (Wapda) beat Uzair Khan (Railway) by 21-12, 21-19 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa beat Islamabad by 3-2 1st Single: Fazal Ur Rehman (KP) beat Ali Chisty (ISB) by 21-16, 21-8 1st Double: Faraz & Afnan (KP) beat Ahmed & Shaffy (ISB) by 21-23, 21-9, 21-15 2nd Single: Ahmed Janjua (ISB) beat Umer Jhanghir (KP) by 15-21, 21-14, 21-14 2nd Double: Ahmed & Umer (ISB) beat Tahir & Rehman (KP) by 21-18, 21-10 3rd Single: Tahir Shah (KP) beat Umair (ISB) by 21-17, 21-12 Team Event Men Semi Final NBP beat SNGPL by 3-0 1st Single: Anjum Bashir (NBP) beat Shahmir Iftikhar (SNGPL) by 21-17, 14-21, 22-20 1st Double: Kashif Sulehri & Raja Hasnain (NBP) beat Ahmed Tariq & M Nouman (SNGPL) by 21-5, 21-18 2nd Single: Murad Ali (NBP) beat Muqeet Tahir (NBP) by 21-12, 21-16 Pakistan Wapda beat Khyber Pakkhtunkhwa by 3-0 1st Single: Raja Zulqarnain Haider (Wapda) beat Umer Jhanghir (KP) by 21-8, 21-17 1st Double: Raja Haider & Hashir Bashir (Wapda) beat Faraz & Shahan (KP) by 21-12, 21-12 2nd Single: Abdur Rehmad (Wapda) beat Fazal Rehman (KP) by 21-9, 22-20 Team Event Women Pre Quarter Finals HEC beat Islamabad by 3-1 1st Single: Laiba Masoud (HEC) beat Isma (Islamabad) by 21-2, 21-5 1st Double: Laiba & Kainat (HEC) beat Isma & Yasmeen (Islamabad) by 21-14, 21-18 2nd Single: Yasmeen Shahzadi (Islamabad) beat Hadiya Ashfaq (HEC) by 21-12, 19-21, 21-19 2nd Double: Khadija & Hadia (Hec) got walk over against Dina & Manahil (Islamabad) Sindh beat Baluchistan by 3-1 1st Single: Rosheen Ejaz (Sindh) beat Zahra (Baluchistan) by 21-5, 21-11 1st Double: Najma & Ammarah (Sindh) beat Banin & Masuma (Baluchistan) by 21-6, 21-0 2nd Single: Alja Tariq (Baluchistan) beat Ammarah Ishtiaq (Sindh) by 21-10, 21-10 2nd Double: Rosheen & Musfira (Sindh) beat Alja & Zahra (Baluchistan) by 17-21, 22-20, 21-17 Women Team Event Quarter Finals Pakistan Wapda beat HEC by 3-1 1st Single: Laiba Masoud (HEC) beat Bushra Qayum (Wapda) by 21-18, 21-19 1st Double: Mahoor & Ghazala Siddique (Wapda) beat Laiba & Kainat (HEC) by 21-6, 21-7 2nd Single: Sehra Akram (Wapda) beat Kausar Javed (HEC) by 21-12, 21-8 2nd Double: Saima Waqas & Khizra Rasheed (Wapda) beat Khadija & Hadia Ashfaq (HEC) by 21-9, 21-10 NPB beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by 3-0 1st Single: Palwasha Bashir (NBP) beat Kainat Khatak (KP) by 21-6, 21-6 1st Double: Palwasha Bashir & Manal Tariq (NBP) beat Sapna & Iqra (KP) by 21-5, 21-7 2nd Single: Manal Tariq (NBP) beat Urooj (KP) by 21-14, 21-13 Pakistan Army beat Punjab by 3-1 1st Single: Amal Muneeb (Punjab) beat Sumiya Tariq (Army) by 21-18, 21-17 1st Double: Rida Hanif & Umama Usman (Army) beat Amna & Zainab (Punjab) by 21-13, 21-10 2nd Single: Mehwish Khan (Army) beat Sahar Majeed (Punjab) by 21-16, 21-8 2nd Double: Mahwish & Sumiaya Tariq (Army) beat Amal Muneeb & Sahar (Punjab) by 21-19, 21-9 Sindh beat SNGPL by 3-2 1st Single: Zubaira Islam (SNGPL) beat Rosheen Ijaz (Sindh) by 21-17, 21-14 1st Double: Zubaira & Aqsa (SNGPL) beat Najma & Ammara (Sindh) by 21-10, 21-18 2nd Single: Ammarah (Sindh) beat Aqsa Zikriya (SNGPL) by 24, 22, 17-21, 21-16 2nd Double: Walk over due to illness of SNGPL player 3rd Single: Walk over due to illness of SNGPL player Team Event Women Semi Final Pakistan Wapda beat NBP by 3-0 Sindh beat SNGPL by 3-2 1st Single: Ghazala Siddique (Wapda) beat Aisha Akram (NBP) by 21-3, 21-6 1st Double: Sehra Akram & Huma Javed (Wapda) beat Aisha Akram & Sara Mohmand (NBP) by 21-3, 21-12 2nd Single: Mahoor Shahzad (Wapda) beat Palwasha Bashir (NBP) by 21-13, 21-15 Pakistan Army beat Sindh by 3-2 1st Single: Rosheen Ijaz (Sindh) beat Rida Hanif (Army) by 21-12, 21-15 1st Double: Mehwish Khan & Sumiya Tariq (Army) beat Najma & Ammarah (Sindh) by 21-15, 21-17 2nd Single: Ammarah (Sindh) beat Mehwish Khan (Army) by 21-18, 21-17 2nd Double: Rida Hanif & Umama Usman (Army) beat Rosheen & Musfira (Sindh) by 21-15, 21-9 3rd Single: Sumiya Tariq (Army) beat Sana (Sindh) by 21-8, 21-15 Women Singles Qualifying Rukhsar Gul (HEC) beat Sapna Akbar (Balo) by 23-21 Zainab Ch. (PB) beat Umal Benin (Balo) by 21-3 Kainat Raees (HEC) beat Amna Jawad (PB) by 21-19 Sahra (Balo) beat Iqra Rehman (Rly) by 21-18 Rimsha Mehak (PB) beat Aziza (Balo) by 21-2 Fariha Imtiaz (PB) beat Zoha Murad (Wapda) by 21-12 Sapna Akbar (KP) beat Masooma (Balo) by 21-6 Sana Hanif (Sindh) beat Faryal Ahmad (HEC) by 21-11 Sehra Majeed (PB) beat Zainab Azam (Army) by 21-11 Aneeqa Liaqat (PB) beat Asna (Rly) by 21-14 Amber Khan (KP) beat Hadia Aftab (PB) by 21-11 Women Singles Qualifying 2nd Round Hadia Ashfaq (HEC) beat Urooj Ahmad (KP) by 21-12 Mehwsih Khan (Army) beat Fariha Imtiaz (PB) by 21-17 Rosheen Ijaz (Sindh) beat Rukhsar Gul (HEC) by 21-11 Sumiya Tariq (Army) beat Zainab Ch (PB) by 21-15 Sara Mohmand (NBP) beat Sahar (Balo) by 21-11 Amal Munib (PB) beat Isma Riaz (ISB) by 21-8 Azmat Firdous (HEC) beat Sapna (KP) by 21-10 Sana Hanif (Sindh) beat Khadija Nisar (HEC) by 21-12 Alja Tariq (Balo) beat Sehar Majeed (PB) by 21-03 Minal Tariq (NBP) beat Zahra (Balo) by 21-10 Umama Usman (Army) beat Aneeqa Liaqat (PB) by 21-4 Wirdha Gohar Sharif (SNGPL) beat Amber Khan (KP) by 21-15 Ammarah Ishtiaq (Sindh) beat Rimsha Mehak (PB) by 21-15 Sidra Irfan (Wapda) beat Kainat Khatak (KP) by 21-18 Farzana Ali (Wapda) beat Iqra Ishaq (KP) by 21-6 Women Singles Qualifying 3rd Round Wirdha Gohar (SNGPL) beat Umama (Army) by 21-12 Ammarah Ishtiaq (Sindh) beat Sidra Irfan (Wapda) by 21-10 Minal Tariq (NBP) beat Farzana Ali (Wapda) by 21-18 Mehwish Khan (Army) beat Hadia Ashfaq (HEC) by 21-13 Sumiya Tariq (Army) beat Rosheen Ijaz (Sindh) by 21-16 Kainat Raees (HEC) beat Sara Mohmand (NBP) by 21-7 Amal Munib (PB) beat Azmat Firdous (HEC) by 21-7 Alja Tariq (Balo) beat Sana Hanif (Sindh) by 1 Men Singles Qualifying 1st Round Rohan Haseeb (PB) beat Mohammad Hamza (Police) by 21-9 Omi Umer (KRL) beat Umair Khan (PB) by 21-17 Danyal Butt (AJK) beat Abdul Wahab Wasif (PB) by 21-18 Rohail Haseeb (PB) beat Shoaib Akhtar (New Khan) by 21-12 Arbab Nouman (Army) beat Jamshed Bhutta (KRL) by 21-13 Ehsanullah (ISB) beat Malik Danyaal (KP) by 21-17 Arslan Mohammad (PB) beat Hafiz Wasif (Rly) by 21-17 Saifullah (KP) beat Asad Aslam (ISB) by 21-14 Ali Akbar (Balo) beat Zubair Shah (KP) by 22-24 Mohammad Ibrahim (ISB) beat Kamil Haider (Balo) by 21-5 Osama Khan (PB) beat Faraz (Balo) by 21-17 Malik Faraz (KP) beat Ahmad Butt (PB) by 21-19 Nadeem Ahmad (PB) beat Inam (AJK) by 21-14 Mohammad Taha (Sindh) beat Safan Bashir (ISB) by 21-18 Ibrahim Rashid (ISB) beat Mehmood Ur Rehman (PB) by 21-16 Men Singles Qualifying 2nd Round Mohammad Jamal (Army) beat Omi Umer (KRL) by 21-16 Ariz Ali (HEC) beat Mohammad Hassan (Balo) by 21-6 Rohail Haseeb (PB) beat Mohammad Attique (Wapda) by 21-13 Arbab Nouman (Army) beat Mohammad Uzair (KP) by 21-17 Raza Mehmood (ISB) beat Anas Akhtar (New Khan) by 21-15 Ihtisham Ali (Army) beat Ehsanullah (ISB) by 21-8 Raja Hassan Mujtaba (PB) beat Mujtaba Akbar (KRL) 21-13 Shahanullah (KP) beat Osama Mahmood (PB) by 23-21 Sheraz Ur Rehman (Wapda) beat Usama Abid (New Khan) by 21-15 Rehman Haider Niazi (Army) beat Muneeb Kamran (PB) by 21-18 P A Nabeel (Railway) beat Tehseen Iqbal (ISB) by 21-11 Abdullah Siddiqui (Sindh) beat Malik Faraz (KP) by 21-15 Ibrahim Rashid (ISB) beat Hayyan Uzair (Wapda) by 21-17 Mohammad Shoaib (AJK) beat Zunnain Javed (Wapda) by 21-18 Mohammad Uzair Khan (Railway) beat Nadeem Ahmed (PB) by 21-7 Ali chishty (ISB) beat Naveed (Wapda) by 21-12 Mohammad Jamal (Army) beat Shujaat Ali Khan (Wapda) by 21-18 Ariz Ali (HEC) beat Danyal Butt (AJK) by 21-8 Arbab Nouman (Army) beat Rohail Haseeb (PB) by 26-24 Raza Mahmood (ISB) beat Shayan Tanveer (PB) by 21-15 Ihtisham Ali (Army) beat Hamza Khan (Sindh) by 21-9 Ahmed Janjua (ISB) beat Arslan Mohammad (PB) by 21-17 Tehseen Ullah (Wapda) beat Ahmad Farid (PB) by 21-7 Ali Akbar (Balo) beat Hasheem Ul Hassan (PB) by 21-13 Mohammad Ibrahim (ISB) beat Mohammad Sultan (Army) by 22-20 Abdul Hassan (Army) beat Shahyan Khan (KP) by 21-14 Fayyaz Ur Rehman (Sindh) beat Khalil Ur Rehman (Railway) by 21-18 Afnan Khan (KP) beat Mohammad Taha (Sindh) by 22-20 Hamza Khan (KP) beat Abdul Manan (PB) by 21-14 Ahmed Janjua (ISB) beat Raja Hassan Mujtaba (PB) by 20-22 Saifullah (KP) beat Tehseen Ullah (Wapda) by 21-15 Mohammad Ibrahim (ISB) beat Ali Akbar (Balo) by 21-15 Sheraz Ur Rehman (Wapda) beat Shahnullah (KP) by 21-14 Rehman Haider Niazi (Army) beat PA Nabeel (Railway) by 21-14 Men Singles Qualifying 3rd round Ibrahim Rashid (ISB) beat Mekaeel (KP) by 22-20 Abdullah Siddiqi (Sindh) beat Mohammad Shoaib (AJK) by 21-16 Mohammad Uzair Khan (Railway) beat Ali Usman (Army) by 21-10 Ali Chishti (ISB) beat Hamza Yaseen (HEC) by 21-14 Abdul Hassan (Army) beat Fayyaz Ur Rehman (Sindh) by 21-13 Hamza Khan (KP) beat Afnan Khan (KP) 21-17