LAHORE - Lahore Zone maintained its supremacy on the fourth day running in the inaugural Sports Board Punjab Under-15 Youth Games 2008 here on Thursday. Lahore was leading the zonal points table with 195 points while it has Faisalabad on its footsteps with 166 points and placed third is Sargodha with 85 points. Bahawalpur have 83 points, Multan 67, Rawalpindi 58, Gujranwala 40 and at the bottom of the leaderboard is DG Khan. Lahore won gold medal in 4x400 relay race. Bahawalpur got second place while Sargodha had bronze. Suleman of Lahore was declared the best athlete of the event. In 400 m race, Muhammad Ismial of Rawalpindi with 53.4 second was the winner while his team-mate Sajid Mahmood got second place and Usman of Lahore was third. In short putt, Asif Khan of Faisalabad was winner with 12.03 m throw and was followed by Bahawalpur's athlete and Waqar of Sargodha. In judo 57 kgs, Nadir of Lahore was winner, Adnan Azam of Bahawalpur while Mubashar of Gujranwala and Muhammad Ismial of Multan followed him. In open weight category, Lahore's Muhammad Umair was winner while Gujranwala's Ahtisam Asif, Faisalabad's Khalid and Bahawalpur's Adnan Azam were the other medal winners. Danish of Lahore was declared the best player in judo and the prize distribution ceremony was presided by Sports Board Managing Director Khawar Shah, who gave medals, certificates and cash awards to the winners. In football, Lahore made to the final beating Sargodha on penalty kicks after they played a one-all draw semi-final. Lahore won 4-3 on penalties. In the other semi-final, Bahawalpur beat Faisalabad 2-0 to face Lahore in the final. Nauman and Arif were the scorers from Bahawalpur. In table tennis, Lahore's Nabeel beat Rawalpindi's Asad Ahmed in singles 3-1 to reach the final. Faisalabad's Danish reached the final beating Lahore's Saeed Aleem 3-0. In volleyball, Multan beat Rawalopindi in the first semi-final 3-0 with a score of 25-17, 25-6 and 25-17 and face Faisalabad, which beat Gujranwala 30 with a score of 25-20, 25-22, 25-24. And for fifth and sixth place, Bahawalpur got walk over against Sargodha. And for seventh and eighth place Lahore beat DG Khan 3-0 (25-20, 25-14, 25-14). The final and third place matches will be played today. In badminton, Lahore and Faisalabad qualified for the final which will be held today. Lahore beat Rawalpindi 3-0 while Faisalabad beat Bahawalpur 3-2. Aamer Hayat Khan MPA will be the chief guest of the final. In hockey, Faisalabazd beat Bahawalpur on penalty strokes 9-8 while Lahore beat Sargodha 2-1. For fifth and sixth place Multan beat Rawalpindi 3-2 and for seventh and eighth position, DG Khan beat Gujranwala 5-4 on penalties. The final and third place matches will be played today. In baseball, Lahore beat Faisalabad by difference of five scores. Lahore made 20 while Faisalabad got 15. Multan beat Rawalpindi by four scores after the winner got 10 and losing side scored six. Now Lahore will take on Multan in the final today. In karate 60 kgs, Multan's Umer Abuzar was winner while Faisalabad's Abdur Rehman, Lahore's Hafiz Shahzad and Sargodha's Rana Rashid were the other medal takers. In 65 kgs, Lahore's Muhammad Hafeez was winner and was followed by Sargodha's Muhammad, Amin, Multan's Hamza Ijaz and Rawalpindi's Muhammad Naved. Lahore's Mohsin Karamat and Aaqib were the best players in karate. Chief guest Kh Imran gave the prizes to the winners. The games will end today in a colourful ceremony here at the Punjab Stadium at 7.30 pm. Governor Punjab Lt Gen (r) Khalid Maqbool will be the chief guest of the final proceedings and present the winners trophy to the top team of the games.