ISLAMABAD Shahid Qambrani (101 not out) and Aqeel (92) brought Hyderabad to a safe position in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2009 fixture against Islamabad at Diamond Club Ground, Islamabad on Sunday. Hyderabad were 390 for 7 at the close of play on day two, as the hosts finished their innings at 438 and could added only 13 runs to their pervious total 425 for eight after resuming their first innings. Rauf Akbar scored 70 while Shehzad Azam scored 27 runs, as Farhan claimed both wickets of the Islamabad. Faisal Athar also played a responsible innings of 81 runs for Hyderabad. Asher Zaidi and Shehzad Azam claimed three wickets each for Islamabad while skipper Rauf Akbar snared one wicket. Hyderabad will resume their innings today (Monday) at same venue. Khalid blasts century against Peshawar A massive ton of Khalid Latif (159 not out) helped his team Karachi Blues reach 251 for 4 against Peshawar in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy cricket match at the Khan Research Laboratories (KRL) Ground, Rawalpindi. Khalid hit 23 fours and three huge sixes during his remarkable innings. Asim Kamal (39) and Sheharyar Ghani (32) also contributed well for their team. Imran, Nawaz, Famad and Fayyaz got each one wicket for Peshawar. Wasim hits ton as KRL piles 468 vs PIA KRL skipper Muhammad Wasim cracked an enterprising century as his team piled up 468 in their first innings against PIA on the second day of their four-day Quaid-e-Azam cricket Trophy match at the National Stadium here on Sunday. Former Test opener Wasim banged 17 boundaries in 193 balls innings and his century after Azhar Alis brilliant 108 put their team in a strong position. Saleem Elahi scored 86 in 106 with 11 fours and two 6s and Bazid Khan hit 81 with ten 4s. By close of play, PIA replied by reaching 81 for the loss of one wicket. Khurram Manzoor was batting on 46 laced with seven boundaries. Yasir Hameed went after making 29. Customs put up better display in second innings Customs openers Rameez Raja and Jibran Khan Asad Baig batted well in second innings as their team clawed back in four day match against Sui Southern Gas in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy here on Sunday at the UBL ground. The two added 115 runs for the first wicket stand in the second knock as Customs which had fumbled to 85 in the first knock finished the second day at 160 for one wicket. Sui Southern Gas had posted 187 in the first knock. Rameez Raja is still at the crease batting with 84. Jibran contributed 34.The other unbeaten batsman at the crease is Asad Baig 29 not out. Sohail Khan who had smashed through Customs first innings with six for 34 could no do much when Customs batted second time. He bowled nine overs and remained wicket less. Customs with a paltry overall lead of 58 runs have a fighting chance to avoid defeat and turn the tables on their opponents by putting up good second innings total. When play resumed on second day, Sui Southern Gas started its innings at overnight total of 83 for four wickets. They were in dire trouble but a fine knock of 42 from Haris Ayaz and 91 from overnight unbeaten opener Asif Zakir saw the Gas company overhaul opponents first innings total and took the lead. Summarised scores: Customs first innings 85: Sui Southern Gas (overnight 83 for four) 187 (Asif Zakir 91, Haris Ayaz 42, Muhammed Nabi 4/25, Mansoor Ahmed 3/72). Systems second innings: 160 for one wicket (Rameez Raja batting 84, Asad Baig batting 29). Farhat sends Karachi Whites on leather hunt HBL opener Imran Farhat slammed a grand century as Karachi Whites bowling attack struggled to keep check on the runs on the second day of the four-day Quaid-e-Azam Trophy first round match here Sunday at the NBP cricket stadium. Imran Farhat, who was unbeaten 35 over night, comfortably reached his century and was out at 141 falling to medium pacer Akber Rehman. HBL posted 306 in first innings in reply to Karachi Whites meager 190. At the close of second-day play Karachi Whites having some promising players in its line up had scored three without loss. The free scoring opener made his century with 13 fours and three sixes in 271 balls that saw HBL recover from a poor start. He and Hasan Raza (61) added 122 for fourth wicket partnership, which steered the bankers to safe shores. Despite the hiding from Imran Farhat and Hasan Raza, Karachis medium pacer Tabish Khan succeeded in grabbing a career best seven for 72. It was due to his effort that HBL collapsed after the departure of Imran Farhat. Akber Rehman took two for 30. Summarised scores: Karachi Whites first innings: 190 HBL first innings: (overnight 53 for one) 306 (Imran Farhat 141, Hasan Raza 61, Kamran Hussain 38, Tabish Khan 7/72, Akber Rehman 2/50). Karachi Whites second innings: three for no loss (Naveed Khan batting 2, Mohtashim Ali 1 batting). Butt regains form with 172 against Lahore Shalimar Salman Butt cracked unbeaten 172 as National Bank of Pakistan cruised to 344 for three in 78 overs against Lahore Shalimar on the second day of their four-day Quaid-i-Azam Trophy match at the Gaddafi Stadium on Sunday. No Lahore bowler was able to register notable performance as the batsmen plundered runs at will. Umar Amin scored 82 before he was caught by Sulaman Khan off his own bowling. Naveed, Rauf punish Lahore Ravi Multan raced to 332 for seven against Lahore Ravi on the second day of their Quaid-i-Azam Trophy match at the Lahore City Cricket Association ground on Sunday. Naveed Yaseen was the top scorer with 87 with Abdur Rauf posting a resilient 69. Lahores Junaid Zia was the most successful bowler claiming four wickets for 67 runs. It is worth a mention that Lahore Ravi gave away 36 runs in extras.