LAHORE Sindh Government Press (SGP), Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC), Islamabads Ravi Club forced their way into elimination phase of the Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) League 2009 Thursday when they join Sahiwals Young Blood, Quettas Baloch FC, Pakistan Television (PTV) and Higher Education Commission (HEC). Pak Steel, in must-win situation, showed slackness and lost to SGP 2-3 today in PFF League Departmental Leg-Group-A. Pressmen led 2-1 at interval and recorded goals through Asif Ali 9th minute, Murad Ali 32nd minute and Abdul Salam. Pak Steel, despite playing at home territory of Quaid-i-Azam Sports Complex inside Pakistan Steel Township, managed to hit the target twice through Fazal Hussain 20th min and Karim Bakhsh 75th minute. Meanwhile, in same Group, SSGC hammered last-ditch winner to get three full points, beating PPWD 2-1. It was win-needed match for PPWD and they got the start they were looking for when Gul Muhammad struck in the 37th minute. PPWD led 1-0 at interval but their finework vanished in the second session. Noman Ibrahim-led Young Blood made it three in a row with another win beating Dera XI 2-1 in Club Leg - Group B. All the goals emerged in the second session at Punjab University, Old Campus, Lahore. Front-runner Asim Mansoor was hero for Sahiwal outfit with two sparkling goals in the 62nd and 65th minute. Dera XIs struck their lone goal in the 78th minute through Kamrans penalty-kick. In another match of same Group, powerful spearhead Abdul Samad struck all four as Quettas Afghan FC outwitted Lahores City FC 4-0 who suffered defeats in all three matches. Samad struck twice in each session and Match Commissioner Naveed Butt noted 28th, 38th, 71st and 84th minute as timing for his goals. Ravi FC, put forward by Islamabad FAs Acting President Sharafat H. Bukhari as regional champion, collected 1-0 win over Karachi Kickers at PTCL Ground, Sector G-8/4, Islamabad to sail into final phase. Winger Abbas Ali fired winner in the final minute of the game. The Champions of departmental and club event will earn slot in 2010s Pakistan Premier Football League (PPFL), replacing two relegated team who finished 13th and 14th berth in PPFL 2009.