KARACHI (APP) - Karachi Whites medium pacer Tabish Khan produced another sterling show by snapping-up five wickets to dismiss Pakistan Customs for 106 as his team tightened their grip on the second day Quaid-e-Azam Cricket Trophy tie at Defence Stadium here on Saturday. Talented Tabish, who started his first class career with Customs, finished with five wickets for 51 runs in 13.3 overs and debutant pace bowler Ali Mudassar picked-up three wickets for 19 runs as Customs crashed to a low total. Tabish also took seven wickets in his previous match against Habib Bank. Karachi Whites which made 234 in their first innings thus gaining a massive 128 runs first innings lead over Customs by extended it to 265. By the draw of stumps Karachi Whites were 137 for the loss of four wickets in their second innings. Summarised scores: Karachi Whites 234 all out in 87.5 overs (Afsar Nawaz 60, Mohtashim Ali 51, Faraz Patel 32, Muhammad Hasan 28, Tahir Mughal 4-45 in 19, Mansoor Ahmed 2-15, Maroof Aziz 2-72) 137-4 in 41.5 overs (Afsar nawa 41, Naved Khan 35) Customs 106 all out in 33.3 overs (Hafiz Aasd Baig 24, Muhammad Nabi 22, Rawait Khan 19, Rameez Raja 15, Tabish Khan 5-51, Ali Mudassar 3-19, Akbar Rehman 2-38).