LAHORE Punjab and NWFP have reached the final of the BOP Baseball Championship. The final will be played at the Baseball Playfield of Pakistan Sports Complex here on February 23. Federal Minister for Trade and Production Ayatullah Durrani will be the chief guest. On the second day of the tournament on Monday three matches were played. In the first match Islamabad beat Sindh 13-3. The batters from Islamabad dominated the proceedings match and made one run in the first innings through Shuja. They made six more runs in the second innings. Shuja, Shoaib, Zia, Fareed, Yasir and Mohsin made one run each. Ali Easa made one run in the third innings. Shoaib, Shuja, Zia, Amir and Nasir made one run each in the fourth and fifth innings respectively. Sindh opened their score in the third innings when Farooqi made one run. Jawad and Adnan made one run each in the fourth innings. In the second match NWFP Outclassed Balochistan 17-6. NWFP made two runs through Naeem and Salman in the first innings. Sadaqat made one run in the second innings. NWFP made four runs in the third innings. Salman, Tufail, Amjad and Akbar made one run each. Naeem, Salman, Tufail, Akbar, Asif and Sadaqat made one run each in the fifth innings. In the sixth innings NWFP scored four more runs to take their total to 17. Usman, Akbar, Sadaqat and Kamran were the runners. Balochistan started their first innings in style and made six runs through Alam, Shahzad, Khalid Tanweer, Arsalan, Irfan and Asif. But their batters failed to add any run in the remaining innings. In the last match of the day Punjab beat Islamabad 12-2. Punjabs batters Waseem, Rizwan and Mudassar made one run each in the first innings. Mudassar, Saddam, Saeed, made three runs in the third innings. Punjab made three more runs in the fourth innings through Saddam, Shoaib and Ahsan.Rizwan ans Sameer added two more runs in the fifth innings while Ahsan made one run in the sixth innings. from Islamabad Abid and Fareed made one run each in the third innings. Pakistan Federation Baseball Secretary General Khawar Shah was the chief guest.