Syed Jawaid Iqbal, chairman of Moderates, an NGO, has mourned the demise of Brigadier (r) Noor Ahmed Husain, ADC to Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah who breathed his last on August 11 at…
“Live amongst people in such a manner that if you are alive they crave for your company and if you die they weep over you,” are the immortal words of Hazat Ali…
LAHORE – There seems to be no end to the woes of Muhammad Yousuf as after suffering the ignominy of being rejected for the World Cup and the preparatory tour to New Zealand, the former Pakistan captain has now been slapped with fine and ban in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam tournament.
Match referee Illyas Khan imposed penalties of Rs 15,000 fine and two-match ban on Yousuf after he violated the PCB code of conduct for wearing kits on the field and showing up late for a match in
LAHORE – Habib Bank beat PIA by five wickets in the final to clinch the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy title at the National Stadium Karachi.
The final of the country’s premier domestic cricket tournament was played for the first time under lights and with pink ball.
The winners HBL pocketed Rs 1,000,000 while PIA received Rs 500,000. Man of the final match, Aftab Khan of HBL was awarded Rs.50,000 while the best batsman Rameez Raja (Karachi Blues ) 801 Runs, Best Bowler Sadaf Hussain
KARACHI – I CC’s General Manager Operations Dave Richardson on Thursday visited the National Cricker Stadium here and watched the first days’ play in the day/night Quaid-e-Azam Cricket Trophy.
Former South African wicketkeeper Richardson is visiting Pakistan on the invitation of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to watch the day/night matches in the longer version of the game. He will also submit report about the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final to the ICC about the prospect of of
LAHORE – For the first time in the history of the Pakistan domestic cricket the final of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy will be played under lights and with colored cricket balls.
The new playing format is expected to herald a major change in the domestic cricket structure as it would be the first time that day and night cricket will be used in the longer version of the game.
HBL and PIA, two of the most successful domestic cricket teams, will fight for honors in the final
LAHORE – Habib Bank and PIA qualified for Division I Final of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy after PIA beat Karachi Blues by an innings and 16 runs at Karachi’s National Stadium on day three of the four-day match on Saturday.
Karachi Blues made 146 runs in their first innings while PIA responded with 262 runs and later bowled out Karachi for 100 runs in the second innings. Aizaz-Bin Ilyas was the star of the match, taking 14 wickets, seven each in either innings for 65 and 45 runs
LAHORE – The final of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Division-II will be played between KRL and State Bank from December 31 to January 4 at the Pindi Stadium Rawalpindi.
The match will be supervised by Saleem Badar and Ahsan Raza while Khateeb Rizwan will be the referee and scorer Shakeel Ahmed. The winner of the final along with Abbottabad Region will be promoted to Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Division-I for the next season of 2011-12.
The winner will pocket Rs 500,000, Rs 250,000 will
LAHORE – Pakistan opener Imran Farhat hammered a century to lift his team HBL to 226 on day two of the four-day Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match against NBP here at the Gaddafi Stadium on Sunday.
In another match, SNGPL provided Wapda first innings lead after they were all out for 141 at the LCCA ground.
National Bank resumed their innings at 190 runs for eight and their remaining two players failed to add any score to the total and were sent back by Sarnmad Anwar, who took four
KARACHI: The federal government has decided that the Quaid-e-Azam Mazar Management Board (QMMB) would be reconstituted by giving representation to new members, who could actively render their services to make the board more effective.
This was decided at the 78th QMMB members’ meeting held on Friday under the chairmanship of Federal Environment Minister Hameedullah Jan Afridi.
The participants of the meeting discussed the beautification of Mazar-e-Quaid and deployment of
LAHORE: Khan Research Laboratories defeated Lahore Ravi by nine wickets here on the final day of the Division-II Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match at the LCCA Ground on Sunday. KRL bowled Lahore twice after forced the losers to follow on in the first innings. KRL made 247 in their first innings and Muhammad Imran, Rahat Ali restricted them to 75 runs in 31 overs. In their follow-on, Lahore managed 217 runs.
KRL batsmen had to chase mere 46 runs to win the match and they got that in 8.2
LAHORE: Khan Research Laborites made steady progress on the opening day of the eighth round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Division-II match against Lahore Ravi here at the LCCA Ground on Friday.
Ali Naqvi and Ali Khan stabilized the innings after early jolts from Shabbir Ahmed who took three wickets while Asif Ashfaq also troubled KRL batsmen. He took two wickets. Ali Anqvi held the innings together from the top by scoring 59 runs and later Ali Khan from down the order added 78
LAHORE: Karachi Whites require just 120 runs to win against Lahore Ravi on the final day of the Division II Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match being played here at the Qaddafi Stadium.
Resuming its second innings at nine without loss, Lahore went on to score 251 runs taking an overall lead of 120 runs. When their innings concluded the day’s play was also called off leaving Karachi with all ten wickets and a full day in hand to get the win. Mohammad Saad and Junaid Jan with 52 and 87 runs
LAHORE: Junaid Jan and Fahadullah cracked centuries to give an upper hand to Lahore Ravi against Hyderabad on day two of the four-day Division II Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match here at the LCCA ground on Monday.
Lahore bowlers first tightened the noose on the visiting team by bowling them out for 212 on the opening day and later their batsmen put Hyderabad bowlers to the sword by making 254 runs for the loss of two wickets in 80 overs after resuming the innings at the score of three.