Quaid-e-Azam Trophy round four

ISLAMABAD – Islamabad made 98-2 against SSGC in their Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2015-16 round four Pool A match here at Diamond ground on Tuesday. Abid Ali made unbeaten 40. Earlier, SSGC resumed their first innings at overnight score of 271-3 and were all out for 375 in 113.4 overs. Last night hero Umer Amin added 28 before getting out for 161 as SSGC lost seven wickets for just 104. Hassan Ali took 5-65 and Shahzad Azam Rana 3-104. In Pool B match at Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi finished day two at 188-7. Mansoor Amjed rescued Pindi with his timely 50 while Usman was still at the crease on 45. Ahmed Jamal took 3-19 and Zia-ul-Haq 2-63. Earlier, NBP resumed their first innings at overnight score of 342-4 in 79.5 overs and were all out for 453 in 100.4 overs. Fawad Alam made 93.–Staff Reporter

Wapda Sports Endowment Fund trials

LAHORE - The trials for selection of young players in athletics, boxing, hockey, karate, squash and swimming under Wapda Endowment Fund for Sports will be held on November 19 and 20 at Wapda Sports Complex, Chungi Amar Sadhu, Feroze Pur Road. Young boys and girls from 12 to 16 years of age are eligible to participate in the trials. Registration of players for trials will be made on November 19 from 8 to 9 in the morning, while trials will be conducted on November 19 and 20. Wapda Sports Board coaches will impart training to the selected players in respective disciplines. A sum of Rs5000 per month will also be paid as stipend in addition to providing sport facilities to them till attaining the age of 18 years depending on players performance during the period.–Staff Reporter

Tsunami XI win Bara Cricket Tournament

KHYBER AGENCY- Tsunami XI of Bar-Kamber Khel beat Atish Eleven of Shlober tribe in the final of Bara Cricket Tournament played here at Bar-Kamber Khel cricket ground after a gap of seven years, yesterday. The sports event was organised under the auspices of Bar-Kamber Khel Sports Committee with the assistance of forces. Commandant Mehsud Scouts Col Ayub Sokera flanked by Member National Assembly Nasir Khan was the chief guest on the occasion. After winning the toss, Tsunami scored 102 runs in 15 allotted overs. Chasing the target Atish Eleven were all out for 79 runs. Tournament organiser Zakir Afridi said that 12 teams from all over the Bara participated in the event for two weeks. He also appealed to government for providing well-equipped cricket ground to the area the boost sports activities.–Ahmad Nabi