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Army Superstars win Islamia Club TT League

KARACHI: Commissioner Karachi Iqbal Memon distributing prizes among the players of Islamia Club Table Tennis League Championship, here Tuesday. - Staff Photo

Sports Correspondent

KARACHI: The event organized by Karachi Business Guild at Islamia Club was named after Army Superstars. Best of five finals in the first battle, Hur Fawad lost to Ahl Shah 3-1. Ahl Shah’s victory score was eleven two, eleven six, eleven eight and eleven nine.
Faizan Zahoor outclassed Haika Hassan from 3-0. Faizan Zahoor was eleven seven, eleven seven and eleven six.
Obaid Shah defeated Kaif Riaz by three wickets. Obaid Shah won the contest by 12 ten, eleven five and eleven nine.
Faizan Zahoor made the Army Superstars victorious by winning against Ahl Shah. Faizan Zahoor faced stiff resistance for victory. Faizan won the match by 11-13, 11-8, 11-7, 7-11 and 11-8.
The players described the event as spectacular and the victory as a result of hard work
Special Guest Commissioner Karachi Iqbal Memon, in his address on the occasion, said that such competitions should be held in the future as well so that their game shines and the tendency of competition among the players also develops. They will try that He said that he would try his best to achieve more success in the future
He said the government will continue to sponsor sports and athletes to promote positive activities in the society.
He said that the initiative of Karachi Business Guild was commendable as it organized an excellent event with the cooperation of businessmen in which not only the city leader but also the players from all over the country participated.
Iqbal Memon said that there is no shortage of talent in our country, the only thing that needs to be done is to encourage the players. Despite limited resources, the administration strives to provide all possible facilities to the youth before.
Karachi Business Guild chief Patron Farhan-ur-Rehman and President Faraz-ur-Rehman presented performance report regarding the tournament. He said that the government could not do all the work so he decided to take up the promotion of sports.
Tried to have a great tournament with the help of business friends which gave the players a chance to play in a good environment. Players were invited not only from Karachi but also from Sindh, Balochistan, Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. They were given full hospitality. He said that in 1994 Pakistan was the world champion in cricket, hockey, squash and snooker at the same time. Everyone will have to play their part in raising the standard of sports again.
Tournament Director Fawad-ur-Rehman said that the four-day competitions were held under international format in which girls’ competitions were also conducted with boys so that the youth sports could be further improved. South Asian Gold Medalist International Coach Arif Khan
A large number of citizens including Shakur, Arif Na Khuda, renowned businessman Mirza Ikhtiar Baig, Nadeem Moazji, cricket promoter Moeez Zahid participated.
At the end, the Special Guest distributed trophies and prizes among the players. Several players were also awarded special prizes on the occasion.