BULAWAYO (AFP) - Tintotenda Mawoyo became the third Zimbabwean player to carry his bat as he made 163 not out in his sides first innings total of 412 on the second day of the Test against Pakistan at Queens Sports Club Friday. After the early loss of Taufeeq Umar, the Pakistan batsmen settled well on an easy pitch and by the close had reached 116 for one with M Hafeez on 79 and Azhar Ali on 27. They trail by 296 runs with nine wickets in hand. Resuming on 82 he went on to reach his maiden Test century and then, as wickets fell around him, pushed on past the 150-mark. When last man Chris Mpofu was bowled by Aizaz Cheema to signal the delayed tea interval, Mawoyo had become the 47th batsman in the history of Test cricket this is the 2006th Test match to carry his bat. The only two Zimbabweans to do it before him also achieved the feat against Pakistan. Mark Dekker made 68 not out in Rawalpini in 1993 while Grant Flower hit 156 not out on this ground in 1998. Starting the day on 245 for four, Zimbabwe lost Craig Ervine early when he gave Junaid Khan his first Test wicket, caught and bowled for 49. Debutant Greg Lamb, however, dug in to add another 95 with the opener for the sixth wicket. Mawoyo had a major stroke of luck when he was on 98 as Adnan Akmal missed a straightforward stumping off Saeed Ajmal. It was his second chance as Sohail Khan dropped him on the boundary when he had made 25. There was a little bit of uncertainty as he reached his century. Mawoyo thought he was running a leg-bye only to realise it was his all-important 100th run when the umpire failed to signal the extra. Mawoyo faced 453 balls and cracked 20 boundaries in his innings. When Lamb fell for 38, the Zimbabwe tail fell apart but they still got the side across the psychological 400-odd mark. Saeed Ajmal bowled with guile and variation, his doosras a constant torment to the Zimbabwe batsmen but he was out of luck, finishing with four for 143. It fell to Aizaz Cheema to clean up with tail and he helped himself to four for 79. When Pakistan came out after tea, they were quickly in trouble as Taufeeq Umar was given out leg before to Kyle Jarvis even though the ball pitched outside leg stump. Hafeez made light of the setback, hammering one six off Lamb and 15 fours three of them off successive deliveries from Brian Vitori as he raced to 79 from just 93 deliveries. ScoreCard Zimbabwe first innings: (overnight 245-5) T Mawoyo not out 163 V Sibanda st A. Akmal b S. Ajmal 45 H Masakadza b S. Ajmal 11 B Taylor lbw b S. Ajmal 10 T Taibu c A. Akmal b S. Khan 44 C Ervine c and b J. Khan 49 G Lamb lbw b S.Ajmal 39 R Price c Azhar Ali b Cheema 6 B Vitori c Y. Khan b Cheema 14 K Jarvis b Cheema 0 C Mpofu b Cheema 8 Extras: (7b, 13lb, 1w, 2nb) 23 Total: (all out, 150.4 overs) 412 FOW: 1-71, 2-91, 3-111, 4-176, 5-270, 6-365, 7-374, 8-394, 9-394, 10-412 Bowling: Cheema 28.4-11-79-4 (2nb); S. Khan 24-8-62-1; J. Khan 29-14-55-1 (1w); S. Ajmal 41-9-100-3; M. Hafeez 9-1-30-0; A. Ali 6-1-23-0 Pakistan first innings: M Hafeez not out 79 T Umar lbw b Jarvis 4 Azhar Ali not out 27 Extras: (6lb) 6 Total: (for 1 wkt, 29 overs) 116 To bat: Younus, Misbah, Umar Akmal, Adnan Akmal, Junaid, Sohail, Saeed Ajmal, Aizaz Cheema Fall of wicket: 1-8 Bowling: Vitori 8-0-55-0; Jarvis 7-3-16-1; Mpofu 3-0-12-0; Price 9-3-19-0, Lamb 2-0-8-0.