ISLAMABAD Front runner of Young Rising Star Malaika Noor once again turned out to be the most dangerous goal scorer when she fired four goals against Peshawar Frontier College in 7-1 quarter-final triumph in the 6th National Womens Football Championship at Jinnah Stadium, Pakistan Sports Complex Islamabad. Having six goals, Malaika is now just one goal behind from Islamabads striker and skipper Mejzgaan Orakzai, who managed seven goals so far in the championship. Later on, Pakistan WAPDA joined Yong Rising School, Islamabad and Sports Sciences in the last four stage with creditable 3-0 win over Sindh in the last quarter-final. Malaika, who visited Dhaka earlier this year for 11th South Asian Games, also joined Orakzai and Shumaila Shaukat, also from Islamabad, as one of the three hat-trick makers in the event. Winger Zahra opened the floodgates with two sparkling strikes in the 13th and 23rd minute. Midfielder Asma Tehseen put the issue beyond doubt with third in the 32nd minute. Malaika came into action in the 35th minute with her first goal and she was dominant force in the second half, giving no room to college girls with three unstoppable goals in the 44th, 56th and 67th minute. Rafia, who joined WAPDA from Vehari United, snatched the opener in the 39th minute after fine one-two with Nadia Bhatti and enhanced the lead to 2-0 six minutes later when she caught right wing cross from Naila Rani and did the rest with low drive on the left corner. Midfielder Shakila Rehman was the executor in the fourth minute of injury time as WAPDA met handsome success under coach Qasim Raza. Aisha earned consolation goal for losers in the 49th minute. Todays fixtures: Pakistan WAPDA v Islamabad (4.45 PM, Jinnah Stadium) Young Rising Star v Sports Sciences (4.45 PM, Ground No.2)