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LAHORE – As many as four matches were decided in 21st National Bank Football Cup at two venues of Faisalabad on Wednesday as the quarter-final frame of the event had been completed. The quarter-finalists are KRL, PAF, Army, KESC, KPT, PIA, Bahawalpur’s Ashraf Sugar Mills (ASM) and WAPDA while the teams eliminated were PTV, Pakistan Police, HBL, ZTBL Faisalabad’s PMC Athletico Club, Railways, NBP and Navy. The interesting Group-A, with all four teams on three points after two matches
LAHORE – National Champions Young Rising Star opened their campaign in explosive fashion when they edged out Sargodha University 9-0 in the fourth edition of National Women’s Football Club Championship. The Group C tie saw YRS leading 3-0 at interval and scoring six more in the second session at Jinnah Stadium, PSB Complex.
Mifielder Malaika Noor, scorer against Maldives in first SAFF Women Football Championship in Bangladesh last year, struck four goals in emphatic 9-0 win.
LAHORE – Frontier College, who earned a surprise quarter-final spot in last year’s National Women’s Championship, will face Striker Club on Friday, April 15 when the fourth edition of the National Women’s Football Club C’ship 2011 commences at Peshawar. The event will be played at five zones. PFF has announced the draws, with matches in Islamabad set to start from April 19, while the matches in Karachi, Quetta and Lahore will be played from April 21.
Group A: (At Aga Khan
LAHORE – Johar Town’s Lahore Grammar School, Sargodha University and Abbottabad’s Hazara Shaheen will make their debut in the fourth edition of National Women’s Football Club Championship 2011, which will be played from April 15 to 27 simultaneously in Quetta, Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar. The top two teams from the Lahore and Islamabad zones will move into the 7th National Women’s Championship, along with champions of Quetta, Karachi and Peshawar zones. The event is slated
LAHORE – Pakistan Railways added another feather to their cap when they annexed the All Pakistan Tehsil Municipal Corporation Football Cup at Toba Tek Singh. Railways, under coach Muhammad Rasheed, overwhelmed PAF 3-2 in the final, with Imran getting two goals for the winners. Asif Hameed scored the third goal. Muhammad Zeeshan and Saleh Muhammad scored a goal each for PAF.
LAHORE – The Muttahida Qaumi Movement’s (MQM) Isteqam-e-Pakistan Convention, scheduled to be held at Qaddafi Stadium on Sunday, was shifted to the Football Stadium at the 11th hour due to security concerns, traffic problems and traders’ protest against closure of their shops and food outlets along the outer wall of the stadium.
Security has been kept as the highest priority as the MQM gets ready for its biggest showdown in Lahore. The Punjab government, showing deep concern over
LAHORE – Two-day trials to select the Lahore Football Team for the Punjab Games 2011 will be held at Lahore’s Raiders FC Ground from April 5 to 6.
President of Lahore District Football Association Mian Rizwan Ali will act as the Chairman of the Selection Committee, accompanied by Anees Khan Lodhi, Iftikhar (Kasur) and Khalid Mehmood (Sheikhupura) as members. The football event of the Punjab Games will be held from April 7 to 9.
LAHORE – The fourth edition of National Women Football Club Championship will commence from April 15 at four zones, Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar. The top two teams of each zone will move to main event slated to run at Islamabad’s Jinnah Stadium from September 17-30. The field for qualification is expanded to eight from four.
The four qualifiers last year were Frontier College of Peshawar, Karachi’s Diya FC, Lahore’s Sport Sciences and Rawalpindi’s Young Rising Star.
LAHORE – Pakistan Football Federation President Faisal Saleh Hayat has approved 24 teams for fourth National Women’s Football Club Championship 2011, to be held from April 6 to 13 simultaneously at four zones Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Peshawar.
The top two teams from each zone will qualify for the 7th National Women’s Championship, slated to run at Islamabad’s Jinnah Stadium from September 17 to 30.
The 24 participants are:
Peshawar (7): Frontier College, United,
LAHORE – Provincial Election Commissioner Khalid Latif has named District Election Conveners for the forthcoming Sindh Football Elections 2011.
The coveners are: Mir Muhammad Kalhoro (Khairpur), Abdul Aziz Samejo (Kandkot), Dr. A. Ghafoor (Larkana), Arshad Ali (Shahdat kot), Muhammad Iqbal Khan (Hyderabad), Muhammad Younus (Ghotki), Ghulam Nabi Baloch (Thatta), Mazhar Ud Din Memon (Badin), Hasan Baloch (Sukkur), Deedar Ali Baloch (Jacababad), Murad Ali Farooqi (Nawabshah), Ghulam