ISLAMABAD-Mian Chunnu-born international midfielder Nomi Martin Gill recorded the second hat-trick of Pakistan Premier Football League as 1999 National Championship runner-up Pakistan Navy cut Karachi Electric Supply Corporation (KESC) to size in 3-0 win at Naval Complex, Islamabad. WAPDA's Arif Mehmood was first hat-trick maker against PMC on July 26, 2009 at Lahore. Meanwhile PAF, KRL, Army earned wins in other three matches. Nomi stunned the star-studded KESC as early as third minute when he converted penalty-kick given by FIFA referee Waheed Murad. It infused new energy, spirit into Nomi who added two more goals in the 18th and 45th minute as KESC's keeper Muhammad Omar wondered where his cover might be. Navy led 3-0 at interval and there was no further scoring in next 45 minutes. At Islamabad's Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Complex, the clash between two airmen provided exciting soccer and the two teams who contested the final of National Championship twice in 1981 and 1986 put up offensive style right from the words go. PAF stunned the Karachi-based Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) with two goals within 37 minutes. Midfielder Muhammad Jamil opened the scoring in the 15th minute with nice deflection past keeper Bilal Rafiq and Khanewal-born Afzal Ur Rehman doubled the margin 22 minutes later with long-range drive giving Rafiq no chance. PIA reduced arrears two minutes from interval when skipper and midfielder Nasr Ullah Khan beating ageing PAF keeper Khalid Khan with 42nd minute angular drive from the penalty-mark. Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) struck two spectacular goals in the second session to edge out National Bank of Pakistan (NBP) 2-0 at KRL Stadia, Rawalpindi. Samar Ishaq, the MVP of last edition, did the captain's job for home team, stopping goal-draught with 61st minute strike. Muhammad Abid Khan, who joined KRL from Mardan, doubled the margin in the 87th minute as KRL consolidated their position on top of the League with four straight wins while NBP suffered four back-to-back defeats. Faisalabad-born striker Jaffar Ali, who represented Pakistan U21 during Beijing Olympics Qualifiers two years ago, was hero at Rawalpindi's Army Sports Complex as his solitary goal enabled Pakistan Army to pocket 1-0 win over Karachi Port Trust (KPT). He played fine one-two with Imran Hussain to do the needful. Both the teams showed rough play in patches and Swat-born Referee Muhammad Amin had shown Red Card to Abid Ali (Army) and keeper Sajid (KPT).