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Foolproof security to be accorded to Zimbabwe cricket team: Commissioner
KARACHI, April 19 (APP): Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui has said that fool proof security will be ensured to  the Zimbabwe team during cricket matches in the metropolis,  planned for next month.

 
Foolproof security to be accorded to Zimbabwe cricket team: Commissioner
KARACHI, Apr. 18 (APP):  Commissioner Karachi Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui has said that fool proof security will be ensured to the Zimbabwe team during cricket matches in the metropolis, planned for next month.
 
Inter-district U-19 cricket tourney from April 22
ISLAMABAD, Apr 18 (APP): The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Regional Inter-District U19 two-day tournament will roll into action on April 22.
 
Ist twenty20 deaf Asia Cup
LAHORE , Apr 17 (APP): The deaf cricket teams of India, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and hosts Pakistan will be seen in action during the 1st Twenty20 Deaf Asia Cup 2015 which will commence from  April 19 (Sunday).
 
Owais bangs six goals as PIA drubs Punjab B 11-0 in Junior Hockey
KARACHI, Apr 17 (APP): Spearhead Owais-ur-Rehman blasted half a dozen goals as PIA launched their campaign in the 34th National Junior Under-20 Hockey Championship in style by hammering Punjab “B” 11-0 here at the Hockey Club of Pakistan Stadium on Friday.
 
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Sindh Open Golf explode into action from Friday PDF Print E-mail
KARACHI, July 5 (APP): The quartet of reigning Champion Muhammad Munir, Pakistan number one Muhammad Shabbir Iqbal, Nadeem Inayat and Matloob Ahmed are top contenders for Rs 1.3 million 14th edition of Sindh Open Golf Championship which tee-off here at wonderful settings of Arabian Sea Country Club from Friday. Cream of country’s golfing talent with 80 professionals in the fray will be battling for Rs.1.3 million prize money at the offer in 54-hole event which conclude on Sunday. Bearded Shabbir Iqbal of Ufone is in top form, having complete a treble by winning Chief of Naval Staff professional crown at Karachi Golf Club beating Nadeem Inayat by ten strokes.

Experienced Nadeem Inayat, who finished runner-up, Muhammad Munir may pose problems to Shabbir Iqbal.
Besides the top four, Shahid Javed Khan, Aadil Jehangir and Afsar Ali are capable of upsetting the apple-cart.
Apart from the main professional competition, the senior professionals will be contesting for Rs.300,000 prize money with top amateurs.
Among the amateur defending champion Sajid Khan of the host club may face stiff challenge from Muhammad Ali Hai, who won the title Chief of Naval Staff title last Sunday with Sohail Rana, Abdul Rehman and teenage sensation Mubariz Ahmed from Islamabad.
Organizing Secretary of the event Aurangzeb Khan said overall 175 golfers in different categories of the event.
“Our course, fairways, greens are attracting golfers to give their best in the championship,” he commented.
 
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