Korda breaks course record in LPGA tourBANGKOK - American Jessica Korda broke the course record on day two of the Honda LPGA tour in Thailand on Friday to open a four-stroke lead ahead of the chasing pack, with a stunning 10-under round of 62. The 24-year-old, who is making her season debut after jaw surgery, made eight birdies and a closing eagle to post an aggregate score of 16-under at Siam Country Club in Chonburi province. "I struggle on this course every year, but this year I have a whole new outlook with everything I'm doing," Korda said, adding that her jaw was still numb from the surgery. She was trailed by compatriot Brittany Lincicome followed by Australia's Minjee Lee who was one shot behind in third. Moriya Jutanugarn had another bogey-free day but with only three birdies slipped down the board to finish tied for fifth at 9-under.–AFP USTA 'mostly liable' in Bouchard fallNew York - The US Tennis Association (USTA) was found ‘mostly liable’ by a New York jury on Friday for Canadian tennis star Eugenie Bouchard's locker room fall at the 2015 US Open, US media reported. The jury in federal court in Brooklyn, where Bouchard sued the body that organizes the US Open, needed less than an hour of deliberation to find USTA negligence was the main culprit in the fall that left Bouchard with a concussion and forced her to withdraw from the tournament. She did not play a complete a match for the rest of the 2015 season. The New York Times reported that the jury found the USTA 75 percent responsible, but assessed Bouchard's contributory negligence at 25 percent. "When you get 75 percent or better, you can't ever complain about that," Bouchard's attorney, Benedict Morelli, said, according to the Times.–AFP Shaheen FC clinch AFL Club C’ship trophyISLAMABAD – Shaheen Football Club (FC) outclassed Islamabad Tigers FC by 28-7 in the final to lift the 1st Australian Rules Football (AFL) Club Championship trophy 2018 held here at the Junoon Ground. The notables, who graced the final, were Maj Gen (r) Jayanath Kotugadage (High Commissioner) of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka, Sardar Tariq Mehmood Khan (President-AFL Pakistan), Raja Nazeem-ul-Amin (SVP AFL-Pakistan), Mirza Jahangir (President AFL Punjab) and women team of AFL Pakistan. The tournament was organised under the auspices of AFL Pakistan and was featured by six teams including Junoon Football Club, Shaheen Football Club, Islamabad Tigers Football Club, Khunjerab Football Club, Satellite Town Football Club and Chinar Football Club. After the league matches, Shaheens, Junoon, Tigers and Khunjerab qualified for the semifinals, where Shaheens and Tigers won their respective semis to book berth in the final. The final was won by Shaheens, thanks to Tahir, who emerged as player of the final. In the end, the chief guest distributed prizes amongst the teams. AFL Pakistan President Sardar Tariq Mehmood Khan also announced cash prize of Rs 10,000 for the winners, Rs 5,000 for the runners-up and Rs 2,000 for Tahir.–Staff Reporter Pakistan Military Accounts annual sports heldISLAMABAD - Pakistan Military Accounts annual sports events were conducted at POF Tennis Complex and Jahangir Khan Squash Complex. Tennis and squash events were played between CMA Karachi and CMA Quetta, in which CMA Quetta won the title by 10-2, 10-4. Umar Nabi Siddiqui of CMA Quetta was man of the tournament. Tennis final was won by CMA Abbottabad, who routed CMA Karachi 6-0, 6-3. Ali Abbas of CMA Abbottabad was man of the tournament. M Ajmal Gondal CCMA was the chief guest on this occasion and distributed prizes among the position holders.–Staff  Reporter