ISLAMABAD - NBP beat State Bank by six wickets in the Regions/Departments U-19 Three-day Tournament 2013-14 round four Pool B match here at Bhutto cricket ground on Monday. NBP achieved the target in 24.5 overs losing four wickets. Saud Shahzad remained unbeaten with 35. Jamal Kahn took 2-30.

Earlier, State Bank resumed their second innings at the overnight score of 69-5 in 26.2 overs and were bowled out for 100 in 43.5 overs, thus gave NBP a target of 99 runs for win.

In Pool D match at Mirpur Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi beat Sialkot by 102 runs. Sialkot were bowled out for 214 in 52.5 overs while chasing 317 runs for win. Ammad Butt made 56, Faisal Baig 54 and Haider Ali 29. Awais Iqbal took 5-53, Abid Hussain 3-52 and Touseeq Shah 3-28.

PRESIDENT'S TROPHY G-I: SNGPL were in supreme control against PIA in the President's Trophy Grade-1 (2013-2014) fourth round match here at National Ground on Monday. SNGPL had already taken a match-winning first innings lead of 175 runs with two first innings wickets still intact. Earlier, SNGPL resumed their first innings at the overnight score of 62-3 in 19 overs and finished the day on 344-8 in 94.3 overs. Naeem-ud-din scored superb 180 while Hussain Talat added 59 and Saleem Mughal 39. Aizaz Cheema took 5-83.

At KRL Stadium, State Bank were fighting hard to save the match against ZTBL, as they finished the day on 11 without loss in four overs in their second innings still requiring another 81 runs to force ZTBL bat again.  At Marghzar ground, the match between UBL and HBL entered the interesting stage, as UBL finished day three on 124-3 in 40.4 overs in their second innings, thus taking an overall lead of 161-7 in hands.  At Pindi Cricket Stadium, Wapda finished day one on 50-2 in 19 overs against National Bank on the close of play on the inaugural day.

QUAID-E-AZAM TROPHY: Thanks to superb all round display by Imad Wasim, Islamabad Region were close to victory against Lahore Shalimar in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2013-2014 fourth round Group II match here at Diamond Ground. Lahore requiring 376 runs for win were in troubles as they finished the day on 24-2 in 10 overs, needing another 352 runs for win with only eight wickets in hands.