KARACHI - Rawalpindi/ Islamabad won the first Magna National Disable Cricket league defeating Multan by two wickets in the final of the six-team championship here at Asghar Ali Shah ground on Sunday night. Rawalpindi/Islamabad produced 110 for eight wickets exactly in the allotted 20 overs after restricting Multan for 109 for eight in the same number of overs. Former test wicket keeper skipper Moin Khan was guest of honour at the final. He lauded the services of Pakistan Disable Cricket Association (PDCA) for its supporting the noble cause. The victory made winners Rawalpindi/Islamabad team richer by Rs 100,000. Skipper of the team Hasnain Alam received the prize-money from Saleem Karim the chief guest of the prize distribution ceremony. Multan team was awarded cash prize of Rs 50,000. Jehanzeb Tiwana of Multan was declared man of the match. Hasnain Alam was named player of the tournament with 253 runs and seven wickets. Danish Ahmed of Karachi was named best batsman of the competition and Farooq Ahmed of Lahore as best bowler with 11 wickets. Summarized scores: Multan 109/8 in 20 overs (Jehanzaib Tiwana-26, Mehdi Hasan-15, Matloob-15, Mazher Ahmed-15, Raja Furqan-2/30, Zulfiqar Ali-2/16 and Hasnain Alam-2/19). Rawalpindi/Islamabad 110 for eight (Hasnain Alam-61, Baber Saleem-13, Naseem Qadri-4/17, Marghoob-2/14 and Jehanzaib Tiwana-2/19).