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Imran, Hammad steer Army to a splendid win against Punjab
RAWALPINDI, Jan 24 (APP): National team captain Olympian Imran Mohammad and Hammad Dar steered Army (seniors) to a splendid 6-3 win over Punjab on Saturday in a match of First Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) Challenge Hockey Cup here at the Army Hockey Stadium. 
 
Office-bearers of Islamabad Tennis Association elected
ISLAMABAD, Jan 24 (APP): Tariq Murtaza was elected unopposed President Islamabad Tennis Association, Muhammad Arif Qureshi Secretary General and Shahzad Akhtar Alvi Treasurer in the election held at Islamabad Club.
 
43rd Governor KP All-Pakistan Hazara Gold Cup Hockey in May, says Zahir Shah
PESHAWAR, Jan 24 (APP): The 43rd edition of the Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa All-Pakistan Hockey Gold Cup Tournament under the aegis of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Hockey Association will be played at picturesque Abbottabad Hockey Stadium from May 17-27, 2015.
 
PHF President, General Secretary condole with Olympian Shahid
ISLAMABAD, Jan 24 (APP): President Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) Akhtar Rasool Chaudhary and Secretary General PHF Rana Mujahid Ali have expressed heart-felt condolences on the sad demise of Mohsin Ali Khan, brother of Olympian Shahid Ali Khan.
 
Army, PIA register wins in inaugural matches of First COAS Challenge Hockey Cup
RAWALPINDI, Jan 22 (APP): Pakistan Army, Pakistan  International Airlines (PIA) registered victories, while National  Bank of Pakistan (NBP) and Water And Power Development  Authority (WAPDA) drew their matches in the First Chief of the Army Staff Challenge Hockey Cup that commenced here at the Army Hockey Stadium  on Thursday.
 
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ISLAMABAD, Aug 17 (APP): Pakistan coach Dav Whatmore was upbeat Friday about his side’s chances at the World Twenty20. He welcomed the opportunity for his players to prepare in the Sri Lankan league, a private television channel reported. Nearly all Pakistani players selected for the September 18 to October 7 tournament in Sri Lanka feature in this month’s Sri Lankan Premier League (SLPL). Whatmore, 58, who was appointed in March and coached Sri Lanka to their 1996 World Cup title, said his players will get good practice in the venues where the World Twenty20 will be held. “There is an opportunity for some of the boys to participate in the SLPL and it’s a good thing and I have no problem with it,” Whatmore told at the National Cricket Academy.
 

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