PESHAWAR - Pakistan Army and Wapda dominated on Monday by clinching majority of the medals in different sports disciplines on the third day of the 31st National Games being held here at Peshawar amid full proof security. The Asian Gold and silver medallist Aamir Atlas Khan of Wapda clinched gold medal in squash by defeating Farhan Mahboob Khan in the final played at PAF Hashim Khan Squash Complex. Aamir won the first two sets by fully utilizing his skills. The score was 11-9, 11-4. The third and fourth sets were won by Farhan Mehboob by 11-13 and 5-11. It was in the final and decisive sets in which Aamir came back and won the set by 11-3. Earlier in the two semi-finals, Aamir Atlas Khan of Wapda beat Waqar Mahboob of Khyber Pukhtunkhwa by 3/0, score 11-8, 11-6 and 11-5 while Farhan Mahboob of Wapda after a tough match beat Farhan Zaman Khan of the PAF by 3/2, scores 11-13, 11-7, 9-11, 11-6 and 11-9. In athletics event, both Army and Wapda were tied at the gold medal table but Wapda got an edge over arch-rivals Army as its athletes also won four silver medals and four bronze medals. In Pole Vault (women), Humaira Akmal of Army won gold medal while Dilqees Hashmi and Nasreen Akhtar of Wapda received silver and bronze medals. Samia of Wapda grabbed gold in high jump while Shazia Parveen of the same unit and Sidra Kausar of Army succeeded in grabbing silver and bronze respectively. In shot put (women), Zeenat Parveen of Wapda secured first position and got gold while Madiha Latif of HEC secured silver and Razia Sultana of Wapda was declared third and got bronze. Zafar Iqbal of Army won gold in long jump (men) event followed by Sami of PAF and Muhammad Akhtar of Wapda while in the shot put (men), Ashraf Ali of Army got gold followed by Hafiz Imtiaz and Shafqat Ali of Wapda. Provincial Minister for Food and President of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Athletics Association Shujah Khan and a large number of spectators were also present on the occasion. In volley ball, three matches were played at Peshawar Coaching Centre. In first match, Army defeated Police team by 25-21,25-12,25-12. The second match, which was played between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Pakistan Air Force (PAF), was a thriller. PAF defeated their rival in a tough match by 25-22,25-20 and 25-11. The third match was played between Wapda and Army in which, Wapda defeated Army by 25-19,25-19 and 25-22. In hockey, three matches were played at Hockey Stadium Abbottabad. In the first match, Wapda knocked out Navy by 6-0. All the six goals were made by Pakistan's best striker Sohail Abass by making double hat-trick. The second match was played between Army and Punjab which the former won by 2-0. The third match between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and PAF was a draw as both the teams scored 3-3 goals. In boxing in 64 kg category, Saadullah of Baluchistan defeated Mohammad Adeel of Police by 8-3 while Mohammad Amjad of PAF overpowered his rival Ayaz Ali of HEC by 6-0. In 69 kg category, Majid Ali of Navy won the match by defeating Shah Zeb of Punjab by 7-0 points. Dar Mohammad of Navy defeated Mohammad Sohail of Balochistan by 9-0 points in 75 Kg category. In the same category, Sher Ali of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa defeated Taqweem of Islamabad by 7-0 points. Abdul Nasir of Railways defeated Nisar Khan of Navy by 11-3. In 81 kg category, Nimatullah of Balochistan defeated Sikandar of HEC by 4-0 points. In karate event of 50 kg category, Kashif of Wapda won gold while Ali Mohammad of Punjab silver and Baloshistan's Ajab Khan and Abdur Rehan of Sindh jointly won bronze. In 55 kg category, Naseer Ahmad of Balochistan won gold, Juma of Wapda got silver while Khybar Pakhtunkhwa's Hassan and Nasir Ali of Punjab shared the bronze. In 67 kg category, Saadi Abbas of Wapda won gold, Waqar Wakeel of Punjab grabbed silver and Izatullah of Balochistan and Ali Farman of Islamabad both won bronze. In individual Kata event, Wapda of Ghulam Ali won gold, Syed Ali Asghar of Balochistan secured silver and Faizan Riaz and Mohammad Naeem of Islamabad and Punjab respectively won bronze. In team Kata event, Balochistan team comprised of Ahsan, Zaman and S Ahmad won gold while Army secured silver and Punjab won bronze. In netball, Sindh, Punjab, Army and Balochistan took berth into the semi-finals of women netball event. Punjab beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by 19-08 goals, Army defeated Balochistan by 51-04 goals, Sindh beat Punjab by 17-14 goals and thus confirmed their berth for the semi-finals. The semi-finals will be played today (Tuesday). In netball men, Army, Police, Wapda and Sindh moved into the semi-finals by recording victories against their respective rivals. Sindh beat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by 33-27 goals, Police faced tough resistance against Punjab as they won the battle by 34-24 goals. Army shocked Sindh by 29-27 goals.