Inter-District Women Cricket
LAHORE -Kinnaird Cricket Club thrashed Garrison Cricket Club by 293 runs in the 8th Regional Inter-District Women Cricket Tournament Seniors 2013-14 match played here at the Gymkhana cricket ground on Wednesday. Kinnaird Cricket Club won the toss and elected to bat first. Fareeha Mehmood was star of the day as she hammered 111 runs and was ably assisted by Aliya Riaz who slammed superb 105 runs while Farah Naeem contributed 85 runs to help Kinnaird Club post a huge total of 371 runs on the board in 43 overs. Shagufta Akhter took two wickets while Ayesha Iqbal got one for Garrison Club. In reply, Garrison Club were all out for paltry 78 runs in 29.2 overs. Only Maria Qamar (21) batted sensibly. Kainaat Hafeez claimed four wickets while Hafsa Amjad took two wickets for the winners.–Staff Reporter

Wapda win 70km team time trial
LAHORE - Wapda won the 70km team time trial cycle race of the 61st National Cycling Championship held here at DHA Lahore. KP Olympic Association associate secretary Taj Mohammad inaugurated the race at 8am while PCF secretary Syed Azhar Ali Shah was also present on the occasion. All 10 teams participated in the race. Wapda took 1:35:38 time to win the race followed by Army (1:37:19) and SSGC (1:37:36). The 28km U-23 road race was won by Najeeb Ullah of Balochistan who completed the race in 00:43:07:31 while Aamir of Sindh was second (00:43:26:45) and Sultan of SSGC was third (00:43:26:45). In the evening session, one track event of one km sprint was held at the cycling velodrom. The race was won by Sabir of Wapda while M Ihsan Abbas of HEC was second and Noor Alam of SSGC third.–Staff Reporter

Baseball promotion top priority: Moazzam 
LAHORE - Newly-elected chairman of the Punjab Baseball Association (PBBA) Moazzam Khan has said that an ambitious activity will soon be unveiled to give new identity to the game in the province. “Punjab is the hub of baseball activities and we will be focusing on increasing the ongoing activity by introducing new tournaments and coaching clinics to create more opportunities for youth to take up baseball as a sport,” he added. He said baseball had made rapid progress in the country in recent years and the credit went to Pakistan Federation of Baseball (PFBB) and the PBBA which were working together for achieving the sole objective of promoting the game. “As PBBA chairman, I will be doing my best to create more baseball activities both at senior and junior level.”–Staff Reporter

ITA Junior Tennis from 26th
ISLAMABAD- Islamabad Tennis Academy (ITA) will hold Islamabad Tennis Academy Junior Tennis Tournament from March 26-29 here at ITA Tennis Courts, Pakistan Sports Complex. A total of three events, including boys U-13, U-11 and U-9, will be contested in the event. The tournament is being especially organised for the development of young players to provide them with an opportunity to showcase their talent against each other and learn from the experiences. Top coaches of tennis will witness youngsters in action and give them valuable tips. All the interested players of Rawalpindi and Islamabad can feel free to send their entries to referee Shahzad Akhtar Alvi or former Davis Cupper and top coach Mushaf Zia, who is also chief coordinator. The last date of entry is March 25.–Staff Reporter

National Volleyball Championship
ISLAMABAD- Army, Navy, Wapda and PAF managed to win their matches on the third day of 47th National Volleyball Championship-2014, after beating their respective opponents, played at POF Sports Complex Wah Cantt Wednesday. In the first match of the day, Army beat Punjab 3-0. Army won the first game 25-17, second 25-19 and third 25-22. In the second encounter, PAF beat KPK 3-0. PAF won the first game 25-14, second game 25-18 and third game 25-17. In the third match, Navy outplayed Fata 3-0. Navy won the first game 25-15, second game 25-17 and third game with the same 25-17 margin. In the fourth match of the day, Wapda had to dig deep to beat resilient Education Board side 3-0, Wapda took the first game 25-12, second game 25-21 and third game 25-20.–Staff Reporter