LAHORE Sabzazars famous Roma FC continued their giant-killing act even in final when they caused sensational solitary goal win over formidable Real Lahore to win the title of All Punjab Model Town Soccer Cup at Fame Sports Academy Ground, A-B Garden, Model Town, Lahore. The Chief Guest of the final was Model Town Society (MTS)s President Colonel (R) Tahir Kardar who appreciated the organisational quality of Fame Clubs management who ran the event in befitting manner, and promised to construct Pavilion in the ground as well as soccer event under the MTS near future. The tense absorbing final saw winger Muhammad Asif steering the lone goal in 25th minute of play when his the low and forceful drive went pass through the clutches of Reals keeper Muhammad Ali. Asif side steeped two defenders in the middle and did the rest with fine style. Real went all out for leveler but Siddiq Qadri-coached Romas stopper Hikmat Ullah proved too smart for them. While speaking on this occasion, Kardar has urged the youth to participate in healthy outdoor activities for development and enhancement of their mental and physical capabilities. He underlined the need for promotion of health outdoor sports activities in the society to involve the youth into these types of constructive activities. He said that the age old saying healthy mind in a healthy body is s much valid today as was in the past. He added that physically healthy can actively participate in the development of the country and the uplift of the people. During prize distribution ceremony, Romas skipper Muhammad Bilal lifted winning trophy and purse of Rs 10,000 while Reals captain Subhan got hold of cash prize of Rs 5000 along with runner-up trophy. Faisal Khan, who received third-place trophy of Wohaib FC, voted most valuable player while Muhammad Ali received best GK Award. Fame Clubs Tajjamal Ahmed Khan, on behalf of organisers, presented Kardar lovely souvenir on this occasion. The final was supervised by Muhammad Afzal, supported on the line by match commissioner Bashir Ahmed and assistant referees Muhammad Nasir, Zulfiqar Babli.