KARACHI Naseem Hamid, who made Pakistan proud at the Dhaka SA Games by clinching the sprint gold, ignited the flame at the opening ceremony of the 13th Sindh Games held here Monday afternoon amidst color and pageantry. Thousands of sportsmen and spectators were present at the National Coaching Centre where the opening ceremony was held applauded as the Naseem carrying the Games torch lighted the Games flame. It was her coach former international hurdler Muhammad Talib who handed her the torch that was brought to the opening ceremony venue by a relay of selected runners from Mazar-e-Quaid where the torch was lit. Sindh Home minister Dr Zulfiqar Mirza formally declared the three-day Games open after taking salute from the five regional contingents which will be taking part in 36 sports disciplines in next three days. Also present on the occasion were Sindh Sports Minister Dr MA Shah and Secretary Sindh Sports and Youth Ministry Shoaib Siddiqui. Almas Ibrahim took the oath on the behalf of the participants. Attired in colorful track suits, over 2000 male and female sports persons from host Karachi, Larkana, Sukkur, Mirpurkhas and Hyderabad regions marched past the main podium. The added attraction of the opening ceremony was a number of cultural tableau presented on the occasion. Results on opening day: Tennis (women): Mirpurkhas beat Hyderabad 2-1. Mah Noor (Hyd) beat Jasia (MPK) 6-3, 6-4, Emman (MPK) beat Azra (Hyd) 6-2, 4-3 (rtd), Momina Talat/Mariyam (MPK) beat Durreshehwar/Mariym Tahseen (Hyd) 3-6, 6-1, 6-2. Men: Hyderabad beat Larkana 2-0. Omer Kazi (Hyd) beat Nadir Ali Shah (Lar) 6-0, 6-0, Saad Baloch (Hyd) beat Khalid Ahmed (Lar) 6-1, 6-1. Badminton (female): Mirpurkhas beat Larkano Hyd 2-0. singless: Shahzadi beat Nayab 21-6, 21-6. Doubles: Sana/Sadia beat Nayab/Mehor 21-5, 21-5, Hyderabad beat Mirpurkhas 2-0. Semi-final: singlesa: Sumera beat Sana 21-3, 21-4. Doubles: Sumera/Sana beat Sana/Sadia by 21-4, 21-10. Karachi walk over Sukkur semi-final. Weightlifting: 56 Kg: Gold: Waqar Qader Larkana 139 Kg Silver: Qaiser Manzoor Hyderabad 130 Kg Bronze: Atlaullah Sukkur 110 Kg 62 Kg: Gold: M Masiuddin Hyderabad 172 Kg Silver: Naeem Rasheed Karachi 170 Kg Bronze: Ahmed Nawaz Larkano 137 Kg Soft Ball (male): Sukkur beat Larkano by 6-5 runs, Hyderabad beat Mirpurkhas by 14-2 runs. Kodi Kodi: Hyderabad beat mirparkhas by semi-final, Larkano beat Karachi by semi-final, Sukkur beat Hyderabad by semi-final. Bridge: Gold: Raza Naqvi-Anwer Kemal Karachi Silver: Mubashir Puri-Mohiuddin Karachi Bronze: Ghulam Muhammad-Anwer Kizilbash Karachi Wanjhwatti: Hyderabad beat Mirpurkhas by walk over Karachi beat Larkano by 1 Paki & 2 Kachi-1 Paki Sukkur beat Hyderabad by 3 Paki & 2 Kachi-0 Net Ball (female) 1. Mirpurkhas beat Sukkur by 4-0 2. Hyderabad beat Larkano by 14-0 semifinal 3. Karachi beat Mirpurkhas by 14-0 semifinal Throw Ball (female) Hyderabad beat Sukkur by 2-1, 24-26, 24-23 & 25-21 Volley Ball (female): Hyderabad beat Mirpurkhas by 3-0 Larkano beat Sukkur by 3-0 Volley Ball (male) Hyderabad beat Larkano by 3-0 Badminton (male): Mirpurkhas beat Larkano by 2-1 First singles: Javed Ansari lost to Azhar Ali by 22-24, 21-11 & 21-15 First doubles: Asif Jamil & Akhtar Ali beat Ashfaq Abro & Zaffar Abbasi by 21-9 & 21-9 Second singles: Asif Jamil beat Ashfaq Abro by 21-8 & 21-10, Hyderabad beat Sukkur by 2-0 Semifinal: First singles: Farhan Mohib beat Asad Shaikh by 21-18 & 21-13. Doubles: Muhammad Ali & Rehan Shaikh beat Zaheer Ahmed & Asad Shaikh by 21-13 & 21-7. First singles: Ali Mehdi beat Faizan by 21-7 & 21-5. Doubles: Ali Mehdi & Adnan beat Asif jamil & Waseem Akhtar by 21-17 & 21-10.