LAHORE Islamabads skipper Mejzgaan Orakzai is well on the way to become leading hitwomen of sixth National Women Football Championship currently in progress at Jinnah Stadium, Islamabad. She is also one of the three players who have the privilege of scoring hat-trick in the event (others being her colleague Shumaila Shaukat and Young Rising Stars Malaika Noor). Both Islamabad girls did the feat in thumping 12-0 win over Khyber PK in the quarter final on August 1 while Malaika fired her hat-trick against Frontier College on August 2 in same round. The five-goal feat against KP raised Mejzgaan tally to seven. Earlier on 30 July, she smashed the ball twice in the net of Karachis Diya FC. She led the table with seven goals as Islamabad recorded 19 goals in three outings. Malaika is second with six goals, followed by Sports Sciences front runner Ayesha Hassan with four goals while players who managed to hit the target thrice are Shagufta Akhter (Sports Sciences), Navaal Zareef, Shumaila Shaukat, Abeeha Hyder (Islamabad) and Hajra Khan (Diya FC). Daughter of Islamabad Football Associations President Dr. Fazal Ur Rehman, Mejzgaan represented Ishrat Fatima-led Pakistan in 11th South Asian Games at Dhaka earlier this year and she is well poised to become first-ever female player of Pakistan to win both leading scorer and Player of the Tournament award, now known as Misha Dawood Trophy in the blue riband event of PFF Women Wing. She put up fine display in 2006 edition when Islamabad team was under midfielder Muneezah Shahid and she won the MVP award on 28 August 2006. After the completion of quarter finals, 57 goals are being recorded in the 16 matches. Leading Scorers: 7 Goals: Mejzgaan Orakzai (Islamabad) 6 Goals: Malaika Noor (Young Rising Star) 4 Goals: Ayesha Hassan (Sports Sciences) 3 Goals: Shagufta (Sports Sciences), Navaal , Shumaila , Abeeha (Islamabad), Hajra Khan (Diya FC) 2 Goals; Zara Kiyani (Young Rising Star), Muneezah Shahid (Islamabad), Mariam Laghari (Diya FC), Rafia Perveen (WAPDA), Hira Dawood, Samia Ehsan (Sports Sciences) 1 Goal: Asma Tehseen (Young Rising Star), Samantha Dauth (Islamabad), Azra Nasir, Shabana Kausar, Naila Rani, Shakila Rehman (WAPDA), Roomana ( Sindh), Asma Usman (HEC), Salma, Hina Qasim, Ayesha (Frontier College), Mehreen Hyder (Khyber Pakhtoon Khawa), Kanwal (Sports Sciences).