KARACHI - Karachi juniors were found wanting in scoring goals but still they managed to beat Quetta by low 3-0 margin in the MCB Junior Super Hockey League here at the HCP on Thursday night under flights. In other two matches of the ten-team championship, Multan accounted for Abbottabad 5-1 and Sialkot squeezed past Faisalabad 3-2. Karachi/Quetta contest was expected to be one-sided with home team winning by a big margin but the young and energetic opponents fought well and restricted Karachi to allow margin victory. Zuhair Ahmed gave Karachi lead shortly before close of the first 25 minutes session through a penalty corner. Second Karachi goal came at the fag of second 25 minutes session through Sarfaraz Ahmed who also got the third goal in last 25 minutes in third session. The contest of the night however was between Faisalabad and Sialkot, which the latter won 3-2 clinching the match-winning goal through a stroke taken under the FIH experimental rules. Adnan converted the stroke to give Sialkot fine victory. Dawood Khalid and Muhammad Umer were other goal getters for Sialkot team. Muhammad Teusiq netted both the goals for Faisalabad through new experimental penalty corner rule. The new experimental rule has replaced the traditional penalty stroke spot. The new rule gives the stroke converter ten second to score. The stroke taker is given the ball at the centre top of the circle and he had to score facing the keeper who could also move from the goal line to thwart the effort after the umpire blows the whistle in ten second deadline. The Rules Board of the FIH is said to be experimenting with new penalty corner and the penalty stroke rule in place of the traditional rules. European countries have already applied new experimental rule at domestic level. The PHF secretary is reported to have told after his visit to Europe to introduce new experimental rules in the junior event. In the third contest of the day Multan brushed aside a weak opposition from Abbottabad to win 5-1. Safir Hussain and Khurram Shahzad netted two goals each while Hafeez completed the scoreline. Abdul Qayyum scored the only goal from Abbottabad before being red carded. The organizers of the event have changed the timings of daily matches. From Friday onwards the matches will be played at 3.30 pm, 8.30 pm and 10.30 pm.