KARACHI - National Bank of Pakistan blasted a weak Pakistan Customs by an innings and 310 runs with a day to spare in the four-day fifth round match of RBS Quaid-e-Azam Trophy here on Thursday at winners own ground. Young pacer Muhammad Talha returned with match figures of 10 for 119 after young Fawad Alam had hammered a weak Customs bowling to score unbeaten 298, the highest individual total in the current competition in NBP's first innings of 627 all out. Opener Nasir Jamshed contributed 105 to bankers first innings total that came after Pakistan Customs winning the toss and batting first totaled 130. Muhammed Talha took five for 44 in the first innings and when Customs crumbled to 187 in second innings Talha got five wickets for 75. The highlight of Customs second innings was fine unbeaten knock of 102 from Zahoor Elahi. Pakistan Customs a team of promising youngsters had become a punching bag of the championship. Teams playing against the Customs team had posted huge total making matches one sided affairs. Young Fawad Alam and Nasir Jamshed have performed consistently in the championship but have failed to attract the attention of the national selection committee which is pursuing with old guards in the national team though they had failed time and again. Summarised scores: Pakistan Customs, first innings: 130 (Rameez Aziz 52,Farhan Ayub 22,Muhammed Talha 5/44, Ifranuddin 3/8.). NBP first innings 627 (Nasir Jamshed 105, Fawad Alam 296 not out, Yasir Hussain 3.155, Fawad Ahmed 3/181). Pakistan Customs 187 (Zahoor Elahi 102, Muhammed Talha 5/75, Muhammad Aamir 4/48). Result: NBP won by an innings and 310 runs.