LAHORE Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) president Makhdoom Syed Faisal Saleh Hayat will present cash prizes to the members of the Pakistan U-14 team for their top notch performance in the AFC U-14 Festival of Football held at Al Quids Stadium, Hamedan City, Iran. Faisal said that the PFF was proud of its young players and will encourage these players from this age so that they can grow up and become super stars. The cash award ceremony will be held at the FIFA Football House here during which Faisal will present cash prizes to players and officials. Pakistan put up a fine display in five-day show and managed 24 goals in nine matches. It turned out to be a fascinating and absorbing event for Pakistan who suffered only one defeat throughout the five-day show, winning five matches and losing three. Team coach Hassan Baloch will get Rs 100,000 while manager Asghar Khan Anjum, GK coach Noman Ibrahim and 22 players Usman Khan (Bannu), Syed Hassan Mujtaba (Sargodha), Malik Dilshad Ahmed (Sargodha), Muneer Ahmed (Karachi), Sajjad Ali (Quetta), Shahbaz Masih (Wazirabad), Zafar Ahmed (Karachi), Imtiaz Masih (Sargodha), Tanzeel Ishfaq (Faisalabad), Babar Faiz (Karachi), Raza Ali (Khanewal), Hassan Pervaiz (Sialkot), Haider Ali (Sargodha), Mohammad Zeeshan (Faisalabad), Bilal Asghar (Islamabad), Mohammad Sohail (Bannu), Mudassar Iqbal (Sargodha), Mohammad Bilal (Faisalabad), Ashfaq Uddin (Gilgit), Mohamamd Younas Saeed (Karachi), Rashid Noor (Faisalabad), Mohammad Umer Hayat (Okara) will get Rs 7,000 each. The PFF chief also announced individual award and Most Valuable Player Muneer Ahmed, top scorer Muhammad Bilal, best goal keeper Usman Khan will pocket Rs.25,000 each. The officials and players of the team praised the planning of Faisal Saleh Hayat who allowed them a camp at Lahore which helped the team management in noting the finer points of each and every player. Muneer Ahmed-led Pakistan overwhelmed Maldives three times - 4-0, 2-0 and 5-0 while their other triumphs were against India 4-2 and Bangladesh 8-0. They drew 1-1 with Nepal, and earned scoreless draw against Bangladesh, Iran and their lone defeat was against Iran 0-1. Pakistan proved too strong for their opponents and their performance was matchable with Iran who managed 21 points as compared to Pakistans 18, followed by Afghanistan 15, Nepal 14, India 13, Bangladesh 8, Sri Lanka 5, Maldives 4. However, no team blocked Pakistan from scoring most goals in the event - 24 in nine matches (Iran came close with 22).