PESHAWAR - Punjab completed a hat-trick by winning the trophy of the third Inter-Provincial Games for the third consecutive time, while the host NWFP remained second and Sindh secured third position by clinching 81, 18 and 12 gold medals respectively. The events were held at Qayyum Sports Complex on Tuesday. In the overall games, Punjab secured 3642 points with 81 gold medals, 34 silver and 34 bronze. The NWFP got 2383 points with 18 gold medals, 50 silver and 44 bronze medals while Sindh remained third with 1978 points with 12 gold medals, 27 silver and 60 bronze and Balochistan was on fourth place with a total 1518 points, 16 gold, 17 silver and 37 bronze medals. Madiha Lateef of Punjab was declared best athlete of the games while Moid Mustafa, the swimmer from Punjab was declared best athlete with 10 individual gold medals. Results: Athletics (male): Punjab won 15 gold medals, 11 silver and 2 bronze and remained first in the event. NWFP came second with one gold medal, four silver and seven bronze medals. Balochistan became third with 5 bronze medals. Athletics (Female): Punjab won 10 gold medals, four silver and six bronze medals and won first position. Sindh remained second with one gold medal seven silver and three bronze. NWFP remained third with two bronze medals. Volleyball (Male): NWFP defeated Punjab in a thrilling final match by 23-25, 25-22, 25-20, 21-25 and 15-12 while Sindh got third position by defeating Balochistan 25-12,25-23,25-3 Volleyball (Female): Punjab defeated NWFP by 25-14,25-17,25-13 and secured gold medal while Sindh defeated Balochistan and grabbed third position. Hockey: NWFP and Punjab fight for the gold medal in hockey event which ended in 4-4 draw. NWFP was declared winner with better goal average. Punjab remained second and Sindh got third position. Swimming: Punjab took 14 gold medals with six silver and one bronze and secured first position. while NWFP with one gold, eight silvers and seven bronze remained second and Balochistan took one silver and six bronze and remained third. The Sindh got bronze medal by scoring 8 points. Weightlifting: Punjab got seven gold and secured 105 points, NWFP got one gold, three silver and two bronze by securing 61 points, Balochistan took four silvers and two bronze and got 54 points while Sindh grabbed one silver and two bronze medals with scoring 33 points. Wrestling: Punjab took five gold, one silver and one bronze medals by leading the table in the Wrestling event and scored 90 points, followed by NWFP with two gold medal, five silver, scoring 80 points, Sindh got one silver, five bronze and scored 35 points while Balochistan got six bronze by scoring 30 points. Football: NWFP won the gold medal by defeating Punjab. Punjab secured silver medal while Balochistan got bronze medal. Karate: Punjab remained on top with 135 point by securing 7. Punjab won seven gold medals, three silver. NWFP won three gold medals, five silver and two bronze medals and got 105 points while Sindh with 50 points and two silver and 6 bronze medals remained third. Cyclying: NWFP won female cycling event while Punjab won the male event of the sport. Punjab won two gold medals, two silver and one bronze medal. NWFP also won two gold, two silver and one bronze medal. Balochistan secured one gold medal and two bronze while Sindh got one gold, two silver and one bronze medal. Taekwando: NWFP clean sweep the event by winning four gold medals, three silver and one bronze. Baluchistan remained on second position by grabbing two gold, three silver and three bronze. Sindh players won two gold medals, two silvers and four bronze medals while Punjab remained fourth with six bronze medals. Kabaddi: In Kabadi Punjab defeated NWFP and won gold medal while Sindgh got bronze medal by defeating Balochistan. Basellball (female): Punjab won gold medal, NWFP succeeded in winning silver while Sindh won bronze medal. Basellball (male): NWFP won gold medal, Punjab became second and won silver medal while Balochistan won bronze medal. Squash: Punjab won the gold medal both in male and female. In Men's single event Shoaib Hassan of Punjab defeated Owais Khan of NWFP by 11-6,12-10,11-9,14-12. In second match Danish Atlas of NWFP defeated Hamza Bukhari of Punjab by 11-8, 11-4, and 11-4. In third and decider match Shiekh Saqib of Punjab defeated Waqas Mehboob of NWFP by 11-8, 11-8, 9-11,11-8. In female competition Pakistan Junior champion Roshana Mehboob of Punjab defeated Sindh No 1 player Habiba Khan by 9-1,9-2,9-1. The second match was contested between Riffat Khan and Hina Bashir in which the former defeated her rival player of Sindh by 9-0,9-2,9-0. In third match Zeba Parvez of Punjab outclassed Zahaib Khan by 9-1,9-3.