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    State Bank win Patron’s Trophy Grade II tournament by defeating HEC by 499 runs

    Lahore, 13 April 2019: The 16-team Patron’s Trophy Grade-II cricket tournament will commence across eight different centres of the country from Sunday, 14 April. All matches, except the final, which will be played from 1-4 May at Pindi Cricket Stadium, will be three-day non first-class fixtures.

    The 16 teams have been equally divided into four pools, with the pool-toppers progressing to the semi-finals to be played at the Diamond Cricket Ground and Pindi Cricket Stadium from 27-29 April.

    The pools are:

    Pool A – Civil Association Authority, Haideri Traders, Navy and Omar Associates. All matches will be played in Karachi and will be shared between National Bank Complex, State Bank ground and UBL Sports Complex.

    Pool B – Candyland, Capital Development Authority, Ghani Glass and Port Qasim Authority. All matches will be split between Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad, and R.Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura.

    Pool C – Army, Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan International Airlines and State Bank. All matches will be shared between Army Cricket Ground and Diamond Cricket Ground.

    Pool D – K-Electric, Karachi Port Trust, Railways and Sabir’s Paultry. All matches will be played in Lahore and will be shared between the LCCA Ground and Railway Stadium.

    The following is the schedule of first round matches:

    14-16 April – Omar Associates v Haideri Traders, State Bank Ground; CAA v Navy, UBL Sports Complex (both Pool A); Port Qssim v Candyland, R.Naveed Academy; CDA v Ghani Glass, Iqbal Stadium (both Pool B); Army v State Bank, Army Cricket Ground, PAF v PIA, Diamond Cricket Ground (both Pool C); Railways v KPT, Railway Stadium; K-Electric v Sabir’s Paultry, LCCA Ground (both Pool D).

    The following are the 16 sides:


    “CAA”

    Akbar Badshah, Altaf Ahmed, Ashar Qureshi, Farhan Khan, Gohar Ali, Haris Ali Khan, Hazrat Shah, Ishfaq Ahmed, Mirza Ahsan Jameel, Muhammad Asim, Muhammad Salman, Muhammad Usman Usmani, Mussadiq Ahmed, Mubashar Hussain, Rameez Ahmed, Shahid Nawaz, Suleman Saleem, Zaid Alam, Zohaib Shera, Zulqarnain Haider Syed
    “Candyland”

    Aamish Dar, Ahmer Bin Nasir, Ali Irfan, Amir Mailk, Asad Shoaib, Babar Ali, Fawad Ali, Fawadullah, Hassan Javed, Jibran Khan, Khayyam Khan, Mir Waiz, Mirza Bilal Baig, Quassain Abbas, Sanaullah, Sued Iqbal Taqi, Tayyab Riaz, Waqas Qudratullah, Zain Bin Farooq, Ziaullah
    “Ghani Glass”

    Adnan Ghaus, Ali Usman, Arfan Liaqat, Azeem Dar, Harris Nazar, Hayatullah, Majid Ali, Moeez Ghani, Muhamamd Asif, Muhamad Afaq Shahid, Muhammad Umar, Muhammad Waheed, Muhammad Waqas Khan, Shazad Ali
    “Haideri Traders”

    Akhtar Shah, Ammar Ilyas, Anas Ilyas, Antum Naqvi, Hafiz Bilal, Hassan Ilyas, Ibrahim, Jalat Khan, Muhamad Ismail, Momin Waqar, Muhammad Dawood, Muhammad Junaid, Muhammad Usman, Najeeb Khan, Rahim Khalji, Syed Ali Mustafa, Syed Amin, Wahid Bangulzai
    “HEC”

    Asfand Mehran, Bilal Anwar, Fahad Usman, Haseeb ur Rehman, Hamidullah, Hammad Butt, Jahangir Iqbal, M. Arslan Zia, M. Awais Zafar, M. Hamza Akbar, M. Mohsin Khan, M. Kamran Afzal, M. Sharoon Siraj, Mamoon ul Riaz, Muhammad Faiq, Rana Kashif Nadeem, Saad Mehmood Dar, Sajid Khan, Saif ur Rehman, Zohaib Amanat
    “K. Electric”

    Adil Ejaz, Asad Raza, Bahadur Ali, Faraz Ali, Faraz Ahmed Khan, Hassan Khan, Imran Rafiq, Jahanzaib Sultan, Kashif Iqbal, M. Arsalan Farzand, Muhammad Afzal, Muhammad Mohsin, Muhammad Umar, Muhammad Waqar Anwar, Nasir Nawaz, Omair Bin Yousaf, Saeed Khan, Sajid Khan, Sajjad Hussain, Syed Faraz Ali, Tanveer Ali Agriya
    “KPT”

    Adel Malik, Adnan Kaleem, Ahmed Iqbal, Anas Mehmood, Babar Rehman, Faraz Patel, Harjivan, Husban Jawaid, Iqbal Sheikh, Kamran Ali, Khalid Mehmood, M. Aurangzaib, Muhammad Hassan, Mansoor Ahmed, Nadeem Jawaid, Rashid Hanif, Taimoor Ali, Sajid Hanif, Shah Ali Zafar, Zaheer Abbas
    “Omer Associates”

    Arslan Bashir, Bilawal Iqbal, Fahaddis Bukhari, Haider Ali, Mehmood Ali, Muhamamd Ali Khan, Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Ismail, Saad Nasim, Safeer Ahmed, Saim Ayub, Shah Faisal, Sheraz Hussain, Shoaib Leghari, S.M Tahami, Rao Waqar, Usman Khan, Waleed Ahmed, Zain Ullah
    “Pakistan Air Force”

    Aarish Ali Khan, Ali Sufian, Awais Iqbal, Ashis Gill, Ameet Ravi, Farhan Shafique, Kashif Ali, Imran Khan, Muhammad Naqash, Muhamamd Shahzad, Muhamamd Ismail, Muhamamd Maki, Muhammad Danish, Muhammad Amir, Mehtab Hussain, Salman Choudhry, Touseeq Shah, Umair Masood, Usama Baloch, Zeeshan Malik
    “Pak Army”

    Afzaal Afzal, Ahmed Khan, Arshad Ullah, Hamza Arshad, Hamza Khan, Haseeb ur Rehman, Karamat Ali, Khurram Rasheed, Muhammad Fahad, Muhammad Khayam Khan , Muhammad Miqdad Hussain, Muhammad Naveed, Muhammad Usman, Muhammad Massab Shehzad, Munir Riaz, Muzaffar Iqbal, Naseem Akram, Qadir Khan, Shoaib Khan, Umair Khan
    “Pakistan Navy”

    Abdul Latif, Abdul Saad, Amir Mukhtar Khan, Babar Hussain Agha, Fawad Khan, Hamza Ghanchi, Hassan Mehfooz, Imtiaz Ali Khuda Bux, Israr Aslam, Jahangir Javaid, Mirza Asad Baig, Moazzam Malik, Muhammad Ilyas, Muhammad Rizwan, Muhamamd Waqas, Nasir Awais, Owais Ahmed Rehmani, Saif Ali Ghouri, Sheikh Muhammad Raza ul Hasan, Waseem Ahmed
    “Port Qasim Authority”

    Atif Ali Zaidi, Ali Jawad, Abdur Rauf Khan , Daniyal Ahsan, Jehanzeb Naveed, Khurram Manzoor, M. Suliman Shafquat, Mudassar Riaz, Muhammad Arsalan Khan, Muhammad Asim Kamal, Muhamamd Ehtisham, Muhammad Masoom Ali, Muhamamd Riaz Kamal, Muhamamd Sami, Muhamamd Salman, Muhamamd Talha, Muhamamd Waqas, Syed Muhamamd Azam Hussain, Syed Zeyd Meer, Tanveer Ahmed
    “PIA”

    Abdul Rehman, Agha Sabir, Agha Safdar, Ali Imran Pasha, Aizaz Bin Ilyas, Amir Azmat, Anop Ravi, Ahmed Hassan Khan, Fahad Iqbal, Ghulam Muhammad, Hanif Azad, Maeez Bin Vaqar, Muhamad Abraash Khan, Muhamamd Nadeem, Muhamamd Taha, Nadir Shah, Shehzar Muhamamd, Sheharyar Ghani, Shoaib Khan, Tahir Khan
    “Railways”

    Abdul Rauf, Ahmed Hassan, Ahsan Bhatti, Ameer Hamza, Ali Zubair Bhatti, Arif Shah, Bilal Irshad, Farhan Nazar, Hamza Sardar, Kamran Afzal, Khizar Hayat, Mohsin Pervaiz, Muhammad Rameez, Muhammad Sadiq, Muhamamd Waqas, Nawab Khan , Rizwan Khan, Syed Zain ul Hasnain Naqvi
    “SBP”

    Adnan Rasool, Ashir Ahmed Siddiqui, Ahmed Safi Abdullah, Basit Ali, Haseeb Azam, Hamza Nadeem , Israrullah, Muhammad Arsal Sheikh, Muhamamd Ilyas, Muhammad Nasir, Muhammad Nawaz, Mukhtar Ahmed, Naveed Ahmed Yasin, Rizwan Hussain, Rohail Nazir, Sahibzada Farhan, Syed Saad Ali, Taj Wali, Usman Sallahuddin, Umar Waheed
    “Sabir’s poultry”

    Ali Afzal, Ali Zaryab Asif, Attyab Ahmed, Ghulam Rehman, Hashim Ibrahim, Imran Nazir, Inam Javed, Irfan Haider, Kamran Sabir, Manzoor Khan , Meer Saeed, Muhamamd Imran, Muhammad Hassan Dar, Naseer Akram, Nisar Ahmed, Rana Kashif Nadeem, Sadaqat Ali, Tariq Nawaz, Zubair Malik


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    Hopefully some good performances to talk about from here.


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    Patron's Trophy Grade-II Day One Summary

    Lahore, 14 April 2019: The Partron’s Trophy Grade II tournament started today at eight venues across the country. In Pool ‘A’ match between Haideri Traders and Omer Assciates at the State Bank Ground in Karachi on Sunday, Haideri Traders after being put into bat were bowled out for 158 in 67.1 overs. For Haideri Traders, Muhammad Usman top-scored with 83-ball 34. Muhammad Irfan took four wickets for 39 for Omer Associates. Omer Associates at stumps were 81 for the loss of three wickets. Arsalan Bashir is 53 not out off 68 balls with seven fours and a six.

    In another Pool ‘A’ match between Pakistan Navy and Civil Aviation Authority at the UBL Sports Complex in Karachi, Pakistan Navy were bowled out for 210 in 52.5 after being put into bat. Wasim Ahmed scored an unbeaten 86-ball 66 with 10 fours. For Civil Aviation Authority, Mirza Ahsan took six for 62. In reply, Civil Aviation Authority were 104 for two at stumps with Ashfaq Ahmed contributed with 49 not out off 73 balls.

    In the first match of Pool (B) between Port Qasim and Candyland at the Rana Naveed Academy in Sheikhupura, Port Qasim after being put into bat were dismissed for 277 in 79.1 overs. Khurram Manzoor top-scored with 126-ball 67 with seven fours. For Candyland, Tayyab Riaz grabbed five wickets for 65. In reply, Candyland were 12 for the loss of one wicket at stumps.

    In the second match of Pool (B) between Higher Education Commission and Ghani Glass at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, Higher Education Commission after being put into bat were 282 for five at stumps. Fahad Usman top-scored with 183-ball 107 with 14 fours.

    In the first match of Pool (C) between State Bank of Pakistan and Pakistan Army at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi, State Bank of Pakistan were bowled out for 332 in 82.1 overs after being put into bat. For State Bank of Pakistan, Usman Salahuddin top-scored with 180-ball 97 with nine fours. For Pakistan Army, Hamza Khan took five for 84. In reply, Pakistan Army were 19 for the loss of two wickets at stumps.

    In the second match of Pool (C) between Pakistan International Airline and Pakistan Air Force at Diamond Ground in Islamabad, Pakistan International Airline declared their first innings on 394 for six in 75. 2 overs after being out into bat. For Pakistan International Airline, Shehzar Muhammad scored 189-ball 157 with 21 fours. At stumps, Pakistan Air Force were 24 for no loss.

    In the first match of Pool (D) between Pakistan Railways and Karachi Port Trust at the Railway Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan Railways after winning the toss and electing to bat first scored 406 for seven in 83 overs. For Pakistan Railways, Bilal Irshad top-scored with 176-ball 157 with 18 fours and a six. Karachi Port Trust were one for no wicket at stumps.

    In the second match of Pool (D) between Sabir’s Poultry and K. Electric at LCCA ground in Lahore, Sabir’s Poultry were dismissed for 136 in 59.3 overs. For K. Electric, Sajid Khan took four wickets for 11. In reply, K. Electric were 18 for two wickets at stumps.

    Scores in brief:

    POOL “A”

    ***State Bank Ground, Karachi:

    Haideri Traders: 158 all out, 67.1 overs (Muhamamd Usman 34, {83b, 2x4s, 1x6}; Jallat Khan 33, {53b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Ali Antum Naqvi 25, {51b, 2x4s}; Muhammad Irfan 4-39, Shah Faisal 3-33, Bilawal Iqbal 2-47)

    Omer Associates: 81-3, 20 overs (Arsalan Bashir 53 not out, {68b, 7x4s, 1x6}; Syed Ali Mustafa Naqvi 2-29)

    Toss: Omer Associates elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Muhamamd Rashid and Aziz ur Rehman

    Referee: Ameeruddin Ansari

    ***UBL Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Pakistan Navy: 210 all out, 52.5 overs (Wasim Ahmed 66 not out {86b, 10x4s}; Hamza Ghanchi 37, {63b, 7x4s}; Owais Rehmani 27, {36b, 4x4s}; Mirza Ahsan 6-62, Shahid Nawaz 2-44)

    Civil Aviation Authority: 104-2, 34 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 49 not out, {73b, 5x4s}; Muhammad Asim 26, {71b, 3x4s})

    Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Kashif Sohail and Abdul Karim

    Referee: Athar Laiq

    POOL “B”

    ***Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Port Qasim: 277 all out, 79.1 overs (Khurram Manzoor 67, {126b, 7x4s}; Daniyal Ahsan 56, {78b, 4x4s}; Atif Ali Zaidi 42, {56b, 4x4s}; Ali Jawad 34, {111b}; Tayyab Riaz 5-65, Marwan Muhammad 3-50, )

    Candyland: 12-1, 3 overs

    Toss: Candyland elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Raza Asghar & Ahmed Nadeem

    Referee: Mujahid Jamshed

    ***Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Higher Education Commission: 282-5, 83 overs (Fahad Usman 107, {183b, 14x4s}; Sharoon Siraj 40 not out, {40b, 5x4s}; Arslan Zia 38, {141b, 2x4s}; Muhamamd Fiaq 37, {38b, 5x4s, 1x6}; Hamza Akbar 24 not out, {55b}; Ali Usman 2-93)

    Ghani Glass:

    Toss: Ghani Glass elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Akmal Hayat & Hakim Shah

    Referee: Sami ul Haq

    POOL “C”

    ***Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi

    State Bank of Pakistan: 332 all out, 82.1 overs (Usman Sallahuddin 97, {180b, 9x4s, Rizwan Hussain 66, {68b, 11x4s}; Hamza Nadeem 42, {42b, 3x4s, 2x6s}; Syed Saad Ali 37, {73b, 4x4s}; Muhamamd Nawaz 27, {47b, 5x4s}; Hamza Khan 5-84, Arshad Ullah 2-40)

    Pakistan Army: 19-2, 5 overs

    Toss: Pakistan Army elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Mir Dad & Farooq Jan

    Referee: Allah Ditto

    ***Diamond Ground, Islamabad

    Pakistan International Airline: 394-6 dec, 75.2 overs (Shehzar Muhammad 157, {189b, 21x4s}; Agha Sabir 104, {142b, 14x4s}; Fahad Iqbal 47, {61b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Nadeem 22, {13b, 2x4s, 2x6s}; Imran Khan 3-106, Touseeq Shah 2-62)

    Pakistan Air Force: 24 for no loss, 8 overs

    Toss: Pakistan Ari Force elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Raweed Khan & Saleem Butt

    Referee: Fazal Akbar Shah

    POOL “D”

    ***Railway Stadium, Lahore

    Pakistan Railways: 406-7, 83 overs (Bilal Irshad 157, {176b, 18x4s, 1x6}; Hamza Nazar 75, {122b, 10x4s, 1x6}; Hassan Sardar 72, {54b, 4x4s, 4x6s}; Hassan Mehmood 31, {34b, 3x4s};Muhammad Waqas 24, {68b, 3x4s}; Husban Javed 3-79, Khalid Mehmood 3-89)

    Karachi Port trust: 1 for no loss, 2 overs

    Toss: Pakistan Railways elected to bat first

    Umpires: Nadeem Ghauri & Javed Ashraf

    Referee: Sohail Khan

    ***LCCA Ground, Lahore

    Sabir’s Poultry: 136 all out, 59.3 overs (Imran Dogar 28, {72b, 4x4s}; Ali Zaryab 26, {88b, 5x4s}; Sajid Khan 4-11, Asad Raza 3-34)

    K. Electric: 18-2, 5 overs (Nisar Ahmed 2-9)

    Toss: K. Electric elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Irfan Dilshad & Muhammad Kaleem

    Referee: Hasnat Rao

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    i assume Mirza Ahsan 6-62 is the chinaman bowler whom we never invested in.....

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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II Day Two Summary

    ·Mohammad Fahad from Pakistan Army, Umair Masood and Zeeshan Malik from Pakistan Airforce, Imran Dogar from Sabir’s Poultry, Ashfaq Ahmed from Civil Aviation Authority, score centuries on Day Two.

    ·Mohammad Talha from Port Qasim, Syed Ali Mustafa of Haideri Traders and Raza UL Hassan from Pakistan Navy, take six wickets each in the second day’s play

    Lahore, 15 April 2019:

    The Partron’s Trophy Grade II tournament second day’s play was held today at eight venues across the country.

    On the second day of Pool ‘A’ match between Haideri Traders and Omer Associates at the State Bank Ground in Karachi on Monday, Omer Associates were bowled out for 276 in 70 overs after resuming their first innings at 81 for three. For Omer Associates, Yasir Mushtaq scored 117-ball 71 with eight fours. For Haideri Traders, Syed Ali Mustafa Naqvi took six wickets for 81. In their second innings, Haideri Traders scored 60 for the loss of two wickets at stumps.

    On the second day of second match of Pool ‘A’ between Pakistan Navy and Civil Aviation Authority at the UBL Sports Complex in Karachi, Civil Aviation Authority scored 303 for the loss of nine wickets in 83 overs.

    For Civil Aviation Authority, Ashfaq Ahmed scored 160-ball 116 with 13 fours. For Pakistan Navy, Raza ul Hassan took six wickets for 86. In their second innings, Pakistan Navy were 97 for the loss of six wickets in 24.1 overs at stumps.

    On the second day of the Pool (B) between Port Qasim and Candyland at the Rana Naveed Academy in Sheikhupura, Candyland in reply to Port Qasim 277 were dismissed for 178 in 48.3 overs. Candyland on the second day resumed their innings on 12 for the loss of one wicket. For Port Qasim, Mohammad Talha took six wickets for 52. In their second innings, Port Qasim were 193 for seven in 33 overs at stumps. For Candyland, Marwan Mohammad took four for 34.

    On the second day of the Pool (B) match between Higher Education Commission and Ghani Glass at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, Ghani Glass in reply to Higher Education Commission 282 for five were bowled out for 212 in 62.5 overs. For Ghani Glass, Zeeshan Ashraf top-scored with 96-ball 64 with 10 fours. For Higher Education Commission, Asfand Mehran and Bilal Anwar took three wickets a piece. In the second innings, Higher Education Commission were 68 for one in 15 overs at stumps.

    On the second day of the Pool (C) match between State Bank of Pakistan and Pakistan Army at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi, Pakistan Army were bowled out for 297 in 74.4 overs after resuming their first innings at 19 for no loss. For Pakistan Army, Mohammad Fahad scored 127 off 176 balls with 10 fours and three sixes. For State Bank of Pakistan, Mohammad Ilyas and Mohammad Nawaz took three wickets each. In their second innings, State Bank of Pakistan were 36 for no loss in eight overs at stumps.

    On the second day of the Pool (C) match between Pakistan International Airline and Pakistan Air Force at Diamond Ground in Islamabad, Pakistan Air Force resuming their first innings at 24 for no loss were bowled out for 451 in 82.5 overs.

    For Pakistan Air Force Umair Masood scored 120-ball 122 with 15 fours. Zeeshan Malik contributed with 80-ball 120 with 21 fours. For Pakistan International Airline, Ghulam Muhammad took four for 115. In their second innings, Pakistan International Airline were 15 for no loss at stumps.

    On the second day of the Pool (D) match between Pakistan Railways and Karachi Port Trust at the Railway Stadium in Lahore, Karachi Port Trust resumed their innings from one for no wicket and scored 276 for eight in 83 overs. For Karachi Port Trust, Faraz Patel scored 75 not out off 176 balls with nine fours. For Pakistan Railways, Hasan Mehmood took five wickets for 66. In the second innings, Pakistan Railways were 35 for no loss in eight overs at stumps.

    On the second day of the Pool (D) match between Sabir’s Poultry and K. Electric at LCCA ground in Lahore, K. Electric in reply to Sabir’s Poultry first innings of 136 all out, were bowled out for 163 in 35.2 overs. For Sabir’s Poultry, Nisar Ahmed took four for 59. In their second innings, Sabir’s Poultry were 232 for three at stumps. For Sabir’s Poultry, Imran Dogar scored 119 off 151 balls with 22 fours.

    Scores in brief:

    POOL – A

    ·State Bank Ground, Karachi:

    Haideri Traders: 158 all out, 67.1 overs (Muhamamd Usman 34, {83b, 2x4s, 1x6}; Jallat Khan 33, {53b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Ali Antum Naqvi 25, {51b, 2x4s}; Muhamamd Irfan 4-39, Shah Faisal 3-33, Bilawal Iqbal 2-47) and 60-2, 28 overs (Syed Amin uddin 31 not out, {80b, 2x4s}; Muhamamd Adnan Bhatti 22, {67b, 3x4s})

    Omer Associates: 276 all out, 70 overs (Yasir Mushtaq 71, {117b, 8x4s}; Usman Khan 65, {84b, 12x4s}; Arsalan Bashir 64, {89b, 8x4s, 1x6}; Saad Nasim 33, {43b 2x4s, 1x6}; Syed Ali Mustafa Naqvi 6-81, Jallat Khan 2-60)

    Overnight: Omer Associates: 81-3, 20 overs
    Toss: Omer Associates elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Muhamamd Rashid and Aziz ur Rehman
    Referee: Ameeruddin Ansari

    ·UBL Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Pakistan Navy: 210 all out, 52.5 overs (Wasim Ahmed 66 not out {86b, 10x4s}; Hamza Ghanchi 37, {63b, 7x4s}; Owais Rehmani 27, {36b, 4x4s}; Mirza Ahsan 6-62, Shahid Nawaz 2-44) and 97-6, 24.1 overs (Mirza Ahsan 3-43, Usman Usmani 2-24)

    Civil Aviation Authority: 303-9, 83 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 116, {116b, 13x4s}; Haris Ali 56, {65b, 4x4s}; Akbar Badshah 31, {94b, 3x4s}; Muhammad Asim 26, {71b, 3x4s} Raza ul Hassan 6-86)

    Overnight: Civil Aviation Authority: 104-2, 34 overs
    Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Kashif Sohail and Abdul Karim
    Referee: Athar Laiq

    POOL - B

    ·Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Port Qasim: 277 all out, 79.1 overs (Khurram Manzoor 67, {126b, 7x4s}; Daniyal Ahsan 56, {78b, 4x4s}; Atif Ali Zaidi 42, {56b, 4x4s}; Ali Jawad 34, {111b}; Tayyab Riaz 5-65, Marwan Muhammad 3-50) and 193-7, 33 overs (Muhammad Salman 54, {70b, 6x4s}; Muhamamd Waqas 51, {71b, 6x4s}; Khurram Manzoor 41, {22b, 3x4s, 2x6s}; Marwan Muhammad 4-34, Mirza Bilal Baig 2-54)

    Candyland: 178 all out, 48.3 overs (Tayyab Riaz 38, {70b, 6x4s}; Fawad Ali 27, {45b, 3x4s}; Mirza Bilal Baig 21, {53b, 1x4}; Muhamamd Talha 6-52, Muhamamd Ibtisam 2-55)

    Overnight: Candyland: 12-1, 3 overs
    Toss: Candyland elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Raza Asghar & Ahmed Nadeem
    Referee: Mujahid Jamshed

    ·Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Higher Education Commission: 282-5, 83 overs (Fahad Usman 107, {183b, 14x4s}; Sharoon Siraj 40 not out, {40b, 5x4s}; Arslan Zia 38, {141b, 2x4s}; Muhamamd Fiaq 37, {38b, 5x4s, 1x6}; Hamza Akbar 24 not out, {55b}; Ali Usman 2-93) and 68-1, 15 overs (Fahad Usman 27 not out, {50b, 4x4s}; Muhamamd Fiaq 25 not out, {35b, 5x4s};)

    Ghani Glass: 212 all out, 62.5 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 64, {96b, 10x4s}; Yousaf Babar 52, {92b, 8x4s}; Hasnain Bukhari 43, {80b, 5x4s}; Asfand Mehran 3-14, Bilal Anwar 3-31, Mamoon Riaz 2-36, Rana Kashif 2-45)

    Overnight: Higher Education Commission: 282-5, 83 overs
    Toss: Ghani Glass elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Akmal Hayat & Hakim Shah
    Referee: Sami ul Haq

    POOL - C

    ·Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi

    State Bank of Pakistan: 332 all out, 82.1 overs (Usman Sallahuddin 97, {180b, 9x4s, Rizwan Hussain 66, {68b, 11x4s}; Hamza Nadeem 42, {42b, 3x4s, 2x6s}; Syed Saad Ali 37, {73b, 4x4s}; Muhamamd Nawaz 27, {47b, 5x4s}; Hamza Khan 5-84, Arshad Ullah 2-40) and 36 for no loss, 8 overs (Israrullah 21 not out, {31b, 5x4s})

    Pakistan Army: 297 all out, 74.4 overs (Muhammad Fahad 127, {176b, 10x4s, 3x6s, Qadir Khan 76, {109b, 13x4s}; Muhamamd Usman 54, {104b, 5x4s}; Muhammad Ilyas 3-63, Muhammad Nawaz 3-63)

    Overnight: Pakistan Army: 19-2, 5 overs
    Toss: Pakistan Army elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Mir Dad & Farooq Jan
    Referee: Allah Ditto

    ·Diamond Ground, Islamabad

    Pakistan International Airline: 394-6 dec, 75.2 overs (Shehzar Muhammad 157, {189b, 21x4s}; Agha Sabir 104, {142b, 14x4s}; Fahad Iqbal 47, {61b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Nadeem 22, {13b, 2x4s, 2x6s}; Imran Khan 3-106, Touseeq Shah 2-62) and 15 for no loss, 5 overs

    Pakistan Air Force: 451 all out, 82.5 overs (Umair Masood 122, {120b, 15x4s}; Zeeshan Malik 120, {82b, 21x4s, 3x6s}; Muhammad Naqash 74, {80b, 14x4s}; Imran Khan 41, {66b, 2x4s}; Awais Iqbal 29, {70b, 4x4s, Salman Chaudhry, 27, {34b, 5x4s}; Ghulam Muhamamd 4-115, Ali Imran Pasha 3-104)

    Overnight: Pakistan Ari Force: 24 for no loss, 8 overs
    Toss: Pakistan Ari Force elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Raweed Khan & Saleem Butt
    Referee: Fazal Akbar Shah

    POOL - D

    ·Railway Stadium, Lahore

    Pakistan Railways: 406-7, 83 overs (Bilal Irshad 157, {176b, 18x4s, 1x6}; Hamza Nazar 75, {122b, 10x4s, 1x6}; Hassan Sardar 72, {54b, 4x4s, 4x6s}; Hassan Mehmood 31, {34b, 3x4s};Muhammad Waqas 24, {68b, 3x4s}; Husban Javed 3-79, Khalid Mehmood 3-89) and 35 for no loss, 8 overs ()Bilal Irshad 25 not out {20b, 2x4s, 2x6s};

    Karachi Port trust: 276-8, 83 overs (Faraz Patel 75, not out {176b, 9x4s}; Taimoor Ali 60, {143b, 8x4s}; Babar Rehman 34, {33b, 4x4s, 2x6s}; Nadeem Javed 33, {72b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Hassan Mehmood 5-66, Ali Zubair 2-28)

    Overnight: Karachi Port trust: One for no loss, 2 overs
    Toss: Pakistan Railways elected to bat first
    Umpires: Nadeem Ghauri & Javed Ashraf
    Referee: Sohail Khan

    ·LCCA Ground, Lahore

    Sabir’s Poultry: 136 all out, 59.3 overs (Imran Dogar 28, {72b, 4x4s}; Ali Zaryab 26, {88b, 5x4s}; Sajid Khan 4-11, Asad Raza 3-34) and 232-3, 55 overs (Imran Dogar 119, {151b, 22x4s}; Hassan Dar 49, {70b, 4x4s, 3x6s}; Tariq Nawaz 38, {84b, 5x4s})

    K. Electric: 163 all out, 35.2 overs (Hassan Khan 34, {43b, 7x4s}; Nasir Nawaz 28, {36b, 5x4s}; Bahadur Ali 27, {44b, 4x4s}; Nisar Ahmed 4-59, Inam Javed 3-28, Ghulam Rehman 2-62)

    Overnight: K. Electric: 18-2, 5 overs
    Toss: K. Electric elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Irfan Dilshad & Muhammad Kaleem
    Referee: Hasnat Rao

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    Ah, reminds me good old days, I played one game in Patron trophy grade 2, it was initially declared first class but then changed to non-FC, as some very weak teams were entered and some ridiculous stats emerged. For a brief period I though I had made my FC debut , but not to be.

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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II Day Three Summary

    ● Openers Shahzar Mohammad and Agha Sabir score centuries in both innings for PIA, share 319-run unbroken first wicket partnership
    ● Qadir Khan scores an unbeaten century
    ● Mirza Ahsan claims six wickets for Civil Aviation Authority, Muhammad Irfan five-wicket haul for Omer Associates

    Lahore, 16 April 2019:

    The first round of the Patron’s Trophy Grade II tournament concluded at eight venues across the country on Tuesday.

    Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan International Airline and Pakistan Air Force ended in a draw at the Diamond Ground in Islamabad as PIA openers registered centuries in both innings of the match. PIA resumed their innings from the overnight score of 15 for no loss. Shehzar Muhammad followed his first innings score of 157 with an undefeated 142 off 209 balls with 11 fours and two sixes while Agha Sabir who had scored 104 runs in the first innings hit 22 fours and two sixes in his unbeaten 169 off 223 balls.

    The duo added 319 runs for the opening wicket as PIA declared their second innings on 319 for no loss in 71 overs, giving Pakistan Air Force 263-run target.

    In reply, Pakistan Air Force scored 15 for no loss in eight overs as the match ended in a draw.

    Omer Associates beat Haideri Traders by 10 wickets in a Pool ‘A’ match at the State Bank Ground in Karachi.

    Haideri Traders resumed their second innings from the overnight score of 60 for two, they were bowled out for 154 in 61.5 overs, giving Omer Associates an easy 37-run target. Mohammad Irfan was the pick of the bowlers with figures of five for 53. In their run-chase, Omer Associates achieved victory without losing a wicket.

    In a Pool ‘A’ match, Civil Aviation Authority beat Pakistan Navy by nine wickets at the UBL Sports Complex in Karachi.

    On the final day, Pakistan Navy resumed their innings from the overnight score of 97 for six. Nasir Owais

    scored a 64-ball 80 with 14 fours and two sixes while Wasim Ahmed hit eight fours in his 49 as Pakistan Navy were bowled out for 224 in 49.1 overs, giving Civil Aviation Authority a 132-run target. For Civil Aviation Authority Mirza Ahsan finished with six for 99.

    Chasing a small 132-run target, Civil Aviation Authority achieved victory for the loss of one wicket in 34.1 overs. Mohammad Asim scored an unbeaten 70 off 107 balls with 11 fours. He added 112 runs for the unbroken second wicket stand with Mussadiq Ahmed, who scored 51 not out off 73 balls with the help of nine fours.

    Play on the final day of the Higher Education Commission and Ghani Glass Pool ‘B’ match could not start due to overnight rain at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad. On the second day at stumps Higher Education Commission were 68 for one in 15 overs.

    In Pool ‘B’ match between Port Qasim and Candyland ended in a draw at Rana Naveed Academy in Sheikhupura. Port Qasim declared their second innings at the overnight score of 193 for seven in 33 overs, giving Candyland 292-run target. In reply, Candyland scored an 89 for one in 24.1 overs. Ahmer Bin Nasir hit seven fours in his 42 not out off 61 balls.

    Pool ‘C’ match between State Bank of Pakistan and Pakistan Army ended in a draw at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi. On the final day, State Bank of Pakistan resumed their second innings on 36 for no loss in eight overs and declared on 242 for six in 54 overs setting Pakistan Army a 278-run target. Mukhtar Ahmed scored an unbeaten 62 off 119 balls with eight fours. Munir Riaz was the pick of the Pakistan Army bowlers with four for 58.

    In their run-chase Pakistan Army scored 197 for four in 39.5 overs. Qadir khan top-scored with 101 not out off 115 with 10 fours and a six.

    Play on the last day of the Karachi Port Trust and Pakistan Railways Pool ‘D’ match could not start due to overnight rain at the Railway Stadium in Lahore. On the second day at stumps Pakistan Railways were 35 for no loss in eight overs.

    Pool ‘D’ match between Sabir Poultry and K. Electric ended in a draw at the LCCA Ground in Lahore. Sabir Poultry resumed their second innings on 232 for three in 38 overs and declared at 296 for seven in 63.5 overs, giving K. Electric a 270-run target.

    Nasir Nawaz scored 64 not out off 76 balls with 12 fours and a six as K. Electric scored 132 for four in 38 overs at the end of the day. For Sabir Poultry, Inam Javed finished with two for 46.

    Scores in brief:

    POOL – A

    ·State Bank Ground, Karachi:

    Haideri Traders: 158 all out, 67.1 overs (Muhamamd Usman 34, {83b, 2x4s, 1x6}; Jallat Khan 33, {53b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Ali Antum Naqvi 25, {51b, 2x4s}; Muhamamd Irfan 4-39, Shah Faisal 3-33, Bilawal Iqbal 2-47) and 154 all out, 61.5 overs (Syed Amin uddin 33, {89b, 2x4s}; Muhamamd Usman 27, {51b, 3x4s}; Muhamamd Adnan Bhatti 22, {67b, 3x4s} Muhamamd Irfan 5-53, Shah Faisal 3-31)

    Omer Associates: 276 all out, 70 overs (Yasir Mushtaq 71, {117b, 8x4s}; Usman Khan 65, {84b, 12x4s}; Arsalan Bashir 64, {89b, 8x4s, 1x6}; Saad Nasim 33, {43b 2x4s, 1x6}; Syed Ali Mustafa Naqvi 6-81, Jallat Khan 2-60) and 40 for no loss, 8.4 overs (Arsalan Bashir 31 not out, {28b, 5x4s})

    Result: Omer Associates won by 10 wickets

    Overnight: Haideri Traders: 60-2, 28 overs

    Toss: Omer Associates elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Muhamamd Rashid and Aziz ur Rehman

    Referee: Ameeruddin Ansari

    ·UBL Sports Complex, Karachi:

    Pakistan Navy: 210 all out, 52.5 overs (Wasim Ahmed 66 not out {86b, 10x4s}; Hamza Ghanchi 37, {63b, 7x4s}; Owais Rehmani 27, {36b, 4x4s}; Mirza Ahsan 6-62, Shahid Nawaz 2-44) and 224 all out, 49.1 overs (Nasir Owais 80, {64b, 14x4s, 2x6s}; Wasim Ahmed 49, {93b, 8x4s}; Moazzam Ali 23, {17b, 5x4s}; Mirza Ahsan 6-62, Usman Usmani 2-44)

    Civil Aviation Authority: 303-9, 83 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 116, {116b, 13x4s}; Haris Ali 56, {65b, 4x4s}; Akbar Badshah 31, {94b, 3x4s}; Muhammad Asim 26, {71b, 3x4s} Raza ul Hassan 6-86) and 133-1, 34.1 overs (Muhammad Asim 70 not out, {107 balls, 11x4s}; Mussadiq Ahmed 51 not out {73b 9x4s})

    Result: Civil Aviation Authority won by 9 wickets

    Overnight: Pakistan Navy: 97-6, 24.1 overs

    Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Kashif Sohail and Abdul Karim

    Referee: Athar Laiq

    POOL - B

    ·Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Port Qasim: 277 all out, 79.1 overs (Khurram Manzoor 67, {126b, 7x4s}; Daniyal Ahsan 56, {78b, 4x4s}; Atif Ali Zaidi 42, {56b, 4x4s}; Ali Jawad 34, {111b}; Tayyab Riaz 5-65, Marwan Muhammad 3-50) and 193-7 dec, 33 overs (Muhammad Salman 54, {70b, 6x4s}; Muhamamd Waqas 51, {71b, 6x4s}; Khurram Manzoor 41, {22b, 3x4s, 2x6s}; Marwan Muhammad 4-34, Mirza Bilal Baig 2-54)

    Candyland: 178 all out, 48.3 overs (Tayyab Riaz 38, {70b, 6x4s}; Fawad Ali 27, {45b, 3x4s}; Mirza Bilal Baig 21, {53b, 1x4}; Muhamamd Talha 6-52, Muhamamd Ibtisam 2-55) and 89-1, 24.1 overs (Ahmer Bin Nasir 42 not out, {61b, 7x4s}; Hassan Javed 31 not out {51b, 4x4s})

    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: Port Qasim: 193-7, 33 overs

    Toss: Candyland elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Raza Asghar & Ahmed Nadeem

    Referee: Mujahid Jamshed

    ·Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Higher Education Commission: 282-5, 83 overs (Fahad Usman 107, {183b, 14x4s}; Sharoon Siraj 40 not out, {40b, 5x4s}; Arslan Zia 38, {141b, 2x4s}; Muhamamd Fiaq 37, {38b, 5x4s, 1x6}; Hamza Akbar 24 not out, {55b}; Ali Usman 2-93) and 68-1, 15 overs (Fahad Usman 27 not out, {50b, 4x4s}; Muhamamd Fiaq 25 not out, {35b, 5x4s};)

    Ghani Glass: 212 all out, 62.5 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 64, {96b, 10x4s}; Yousaf Babar 52, {92b, 8x4s}; Hasnain Bukhari 43, {80b, 5x4s}; Asfand Mehran 3-14, Bilal Anwar 3-31, Mamoon Riaz 2-36, Rana Kashif 2-45)

    ·Day three no play due overnight rain

    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: Higher Education Commission: and 68-1, 15 overs

    Toss: Ghani Glass elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Akmal Hayat & Hakim Shah

    Referee: Sami ul Haq

    POOL - C

    ·Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi

    State Bank of Pakistan: 332 all out, 82.1 overs (Usman Sallahuddin 97, {180b, 9x4s, Rizwan Hussain 66, {68b, 11x4s}; Hamza Nadeem 42, {42b, 3x4s, 2x6s}; Syed Saad Ali 37, {73b, 4x4s}; Muhamamd Nawaz 27, {47b, 5x4s}; Hamza Khan 5-84, Arshad Ullah 2-40) and 242-6 dec, 54 overs (Mukhtar Ahmed 62 not out, {119b, 8x4s}; Usman Sallahuddin 47not out, {46b, 5x4s, 3x6s}; Muhamamd Nawaz 30, {46b, 4x4s, 1x6}; Israrullah 22, {33b, 5x4s} Rizwan Hussain 21, {39b, 2x4s}; Munir Riaz 4-58, Arshad Ullah 2-68)

    Pakistan Army: 297 all out, 74.4 overs (Muhammad Fahad 127, {176b, 10x4s, 3x6s, Qadir Khan 76, {109b, 13x4s}; Muhamamd Usman 54, {104b, 5x4s}; Muhammad Ilyas 3-63, Muhammad Nawaz 3-63) 197-4, 39.5 overs (Qadir Khan 101 not out, {115b, 10x4s, 1x6}; Hamza Arshad 49, 74b, 3x4s, 2x6s}; Shoaib Khan 31, {35b, 3x4s}; Ahmed Safi 2-50)

    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: State Bank of Pakistan: 36 for no loss, 8 overs

    Toss: Pakistan Army elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Mir Dad & Farooq Jan

    Referee: Allah Ditto

    ·Diamond Ground, Islamabad

    Pakistan International Airline: 394-6 dec, 75.2 overs (Shehzar Muhammad 157, {189b, 21x4s}; Agha Sabir 104, {142b, 14x4s}; Fahad Iqbal 47, {61b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Nadeem 22, {13b, 2x4s, 2x6s}; Imran Khan 3-106, Touseeq Shah 2-62) and 319 for no loss dec, 71 overs (Agha Sabir 169 not out, {223 balls, 22x4s,, 2x6s}; Shehzar Muhammad 142 not out, {209b 11x4s, 2x6s})

    Pakistan Air Force: 451 all out, 82.5 overs (Umair Masood 122, {120b, 15x4s}; Zeeshan Malik 120, {82b, 21x4s, 3x6s}; Muhammad Naqash 74, {80b, 14x4s}; Imran Khan 41, {66b, 2x4s}; Awais Iqbal 29, {70b, 4x4s, Salman Chaudhry, 27, {34b, 5x4s}; Ghulam Muhamamd 4-115, Ali Imran Pasha 3-104) and 15 for no loss in, 8 overs

    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: Pakistan International Airline: 15 for no loss, 5 overs

    Toss: Pakistan Ari Force elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Raweed Khan & Saleem Butt

    Referee: Fazal Akbar Shah

    POOL - D

    ·Railway Stadium, Lahore

    Pakistan Railways: 406-7, 83 overs (Bilal Irshad 157, {176b, 18x4s, 1x6}; Hamza Nazar 75, {122b, 10x4s, 1x6}; Hassan Sardar 72, {54b, 4x4s, 4x6s}; Hassan Mehmood 31, {34b, 3x4s};Muhammad Waqas 24, {68b, 3x4s}; Husban Javed 3-79, Khalid Mehmood 3-89) and 35 for no loss, 8 overs ()Bilal Irshad 25 not out {20b, 2x4s, 2x6s};

    Karachi Port trust: 276-8, 83 overs (Faraz Patel 75, not out {176b, 9x4s}; Taimoor Ali 60, {143b, 8x4s}; Babar Rehman 34, {33b, 4x4s, 2x6s}; Nadeem Javed 33, {72b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Hassan Mehmood 5-66, Ali Zubair 2-28)

    ·Day three no play due overnight rain

    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: Pakistan Railways: 35 for no loss, 8 overs

    Toss: Pakistan Railways elected to bat first

    Umpires: Nadeem Ghauri & Javed Ashraf

    Referee: Sohail Khan

    ·LCCA Ground, Lahore

    Sabir’s Poultry: 136 all out, 59.3 overs (Imran Dogar 28, {72b, 4x4s}; Ali Zaryab 26, {88b, 5x4s}; Sajid Khan 4-11, Asad Raza 3-34) and 296-7 dec, 63.5 overs (Imran Dogar 119, {151b, 22x4s}; Hassan Dar 49, {70b, 4x4s, 3x6s}; Tariq Nawaz 38, {84b, 5x4s} Imran Nazir 29, {22b, 4x4s, 1x6}; Waqar Anwar 4-85)

    K. Electric: 163 all out, 35.2 overs (Hassan Khan 34, {43b, 7x4s}; Nasir Nawaz 28, {36b, 5x4s}; Bahadur Ali 27, {44b, 4x4s}; Nisar Ahmed 4-59, Inam Javed 3-28, Ghulam Rehman 2-62) and 132-4, 38 overs (Nasir Nawaz 64 not out, {76b, 12x4s, 1x6}; Umair Bin Yousaf 21, {57b, 3x4s}; Inam Javed 2-46)

    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: Sabir’s Poultry: 232-3, 55 overs

    Toss: K. Electric elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Irfan Dilshad & Muhammad Kaleem

    Referee: Hasnat Rao

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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II second round commences on Thursday

    Lahore, 17 April 2019:

    The second round of Patron’s Trophy Grade-II 2018-19 will commence from Thursday, 18 April across eight different centers of the country.

    The following is the schedule of second round matches:

    18-20 April – Omar Associates v CAA, State Bank Ground, Karachi; Haideri Traders v Navy, NBP Stadium, Karachi (both Pool A); Candyland v Ghani Glass, R. Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Port Qasim v HEC, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad (both Pool B); Army v PAF, Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi; State Bank v PIA, Diamond Cricket Ground, Islamabad (both Pool C); Railways v Sabir’s Poultry KPT, Railway Stadium, Lahore; K-Electric v KPT, LCCA Ground, Lahore (both Pool D).

    The pools are:

    Pool A – Civil Association Authority, Haideri Traders, Navy and Omar Associates. All matches will be played in Karachi and will be shared between National Bank Stadium, State Bank Ground and UBL Sports Complex.

    Pool B – Candyland, Higher Education Commission, Ghani Glass and Port Qasim Authority. All matches will be split between Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad, and R. Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura.

    Pool C – Army, Pakistan Air Force, Pakistan International Airlines and State Bank. All matches will be shared between Army Cricket Ground and Diamond Cricket Ground.

    Pool D – K-Electric, Karachi Port Trust, Railways and Sabir’s Poultry. All matches will be played in Lahore and will be shared between the LCCA Ground and Railway Stadium.


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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II, Round Two, Day One Summary

    ·Hamza Ghanchi and Ashfaq Ahmed scored a century for Pakistan Navy and Civil Aviation Authority, respectively
    ·Jallat Khan took six wickets for Haideri Traders and Mohammad Irfan took five-wicket haul for Omer Associates

    Lahore, 18 April 2019:

    The Patron’s Trophy Grade-II tournament, Round Two, started today at eight venues across the country on Thursday.

    In Pool ‘A’ match between Civil Aviation Authority and Omer Associates at the State Bank Ground in Karachi, Civil Aviation Authority scored 262 for nine in 83 overs. Ashfaq Ahmed scored a century with seven fours and a six off 146 balls while Akbar Badshah scored a 102-ball 55 with 10 fours.

    Muhammad Irfan, left-arm spinner, was the pick of the Omer Associates bowlers with figures of five for 100.

    Omer Associates at stumps were 34 for two with Hasan Rizwan 14 not out and Fahdis Bukhari five not out.

    In another Pool ‘A’ match between Haideri Traders and Pakistan Navy at the National Stadium in Karachi. Pakistan Navy, after being put into bat were bowled out for 336 in 80 overs. Hamza Ghanchi top-scored with 116 off 145 balls with 16 fours and a six while Latif Junejo hit six fours in his 45 off 81 balls. For Haideri Traders, Jallat Khan finished with six for 118 in 38 overs.

    In reply, Haideri Traders were 64 for three in 20 overs. Adnan Bhatti was 23 not out while Mohammad Usman remained unbeaten on 23 at stumps.

    In the opening match of the Pool ‘B’ between Candyland and Ghani Glass at the Rana Naveed Academy in Sheikhupura, Ghani Glass after being put into bat scored a 175 for one in 44 overs at stumps. Shahbaz Javed scored 68 off 116 balls with nine fours while Zeeshan Ashraf returned undefeated on 65 off 117 balls with eight fours.

    First day’s play in the Pool ‘B’ match between Port Qasim and Higher Education Commission at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad was washed out due to overnight rain.

    Similarly, first day’s play in the Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan Army and Pakistan Air Force at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi was also washed out due to overnight rain.

    In another Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan International Airlines and State Bank at the Diamond Cricket Ground in Islamabad, Pakistan International Airlines, after being sent into bat scored 71 for five in 31 overs with Fahad Iqbal unbeaten on 32 at stumps. For State Bank, Ilyas Khan took four for 28 in his 11 overs.

    In Pool ‘D’ match between Pakistan Railways and Sabir’s Poultry at the Railway Stadium in Lahore. Pakistan Railways, after being put into bat were bowled out for 200 in 61 overs. Hassan Sardar remained unbeaten on 53 off 76 balls with five fours and two sixes while Zain ul Hasnain hit eight fours in 97-ball 47. For Sabir’s Poultry, Nisar Ahmed claimed four for 54.

    In reply, Sabir’s Poultry were 13 for one in four overs at stumps.

    First day’s play in Pool ‘D’ match between K-Electric and Karachi Port Trust was washed out due to overnight rain at the LCCA Ground in Lahore.

    Scores in brief:

    POOL – A

    ·State Bank Ground, Karachi:

    Civil Aviation Authority: 262-9, 83 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 100, {146b, 7x4s, 1x6}; Akbar Badshah 55, {102b, 10x4s}; Mussadiq Ahmed 41, {76b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Irfan 5-100)

    Omer Associates: 34-2, 11 overs

    Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bat first
    Umpires: Kashif Sohail and Abdul Karim
    Referee: Athar Laiq

    ·NBP Stadium, Karachi:

    Pakistan Navy: 336 all out, 80 overs (Hamza Ghanchi 116, {145b, 16x4s, 1x6}; Latif Jonejo 45, {81b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Waqas 42 not out, {69b, 2x4s}; Waseem Ahmed 38, {35b, 4x4s, 1x6}; Fawad Khan 27, {26b, 3x4s}; Jallat Khan 6-118, Muhammad Ibraheem 3-63)

    Haideri Traders: 64-3, 20 overs (Adnan Bhatti 23 not out, {53b, 4x4s}; Muhammad Usman 23 not out, 29b, 5x4s}; Nasir Owais 2-22)

    Toss: Haideri Traders elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Ghulam Sarwar and Mumtaz Ali
    Referee: Muhammad Javed

    POOL - B

    ·Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Ghani Glass: 175 for one, 44 overs (Shahbaz Javed 68, {116b, 9x4s}; Zeeshan Ashraf 65 not out, {117b, 8x4s})

    Candyland:

    Toss: Candyland elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Aftab Gilani and Saifullah Khan
    Referee: Ghulam Mustafa

    ·Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Higher Education Commission v Port Qasim

    (Day one no play due to overnight rain)

    Umpires: Abdul Wasy and Abrar Ahmed
    Referee: Naveed Nazir

    POOL - C

    ·Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi

    Pakistan Air Force vs. Pakistan Army:

    (Day one no play due to overnight rain)

    Umpires: Naushad Khan and Naik Muhammad
    Referee: Muhammad Wasim

    ·Diamond Ground, Islamabad

    Pakistan International Airlines: 71-5, 31 overs (Fahad Iqbal 32 not out, {82b, 2x4s}; Shahzer Muhammad 28, {78b, 3x4s}; Ilyas Khan 4-28)

    State Bank of Pakistan:

    Toss: State Bank of Pakistan elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Nasar Khan & Raweed Khan
    Referee: Fazal Akbar Shah

    POOL - D

    ·Railway Stadium, Lahore

    Pakistan Railways: 200 all out, 61 overs (Hassan Sardar 53 not out, {76b, 5x4s, 2x6s}; Zain ul Hasnain 47, {97b, 8x4s}; Muhammad waqas 27, {45b, 2x4s, Nisar Ahmed 4-54, Ghulam Rehman 3-60, Sadaqat Ali 2-27)

    Sabir’s Poultry: 13 for one, 4 overs

    Toss: Sabir’s Poultry elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Saifullah and Muhammad Basit
    Referee: Khalid Jamshed

    ·LCCA Ground, Lahore

    Karachi Port trust v K. Electric

    (Day one no play due to overnight rain)

    Umpires: Abdul Naqvi and Qaiser Khan
    Referee: Bilal Khilji

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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II, Round Two, Day Two Summary

    •Nasir Owais finished with match-figures of 11-148 for Pakistan Navy, Nisar Ahmed contributed with match figures of 10-82 for Sabir’s Poultry

    Lahore, 19 April 2019:

    The Patron’s Trophy Grade II tournament second day’s play was held today at eight venues across the country.

    In Pool ‘A’ match Nasir Owais claimed 11 wickets as Pakistan Navy beat Haideri Traders by 10 wickets at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi on Friday. Pakistan Navy achieved the target of four runs in the first over. Haideri Traders resumed their innings at overnight score of 64 for three in 20 overs and were bowled out for 139 in 47.3 overs. For Pakistan Navy, off-spinner, Nasir Owais finished with six for 54 in the first innings as Pakistan Navy enforced the follow-on and Haideri Traders in the second innings were dismissed for 199 in 60 overs with Owais finishing with five for 94 in 22 overs. For Haideri Traders, Jallat Khan top-scored with 82 that came off 125 balls with six fours and two sixes.

    In another Pool ‘A’ match between Civil Aviation Authority and Omer Associates at the State Bank Ground in Karachi. Omer Associates, at stumps were bowled out for 224 in 78.1 overs, after they resumed their innings at overnight score of 34 for two. Yasir Mushtaq in his 147-ball 65 hit five fours while Saad Nasim scored 46 off 91 balls with three fours. For Civil Aviation Authority, Shahid Nawaz took six for 55.

    In a Pool ‘B’ match, Ghani Glass resumed their innings at overnight score of 175 for one in 44 overs and finished at 394 for six in 83 overs against Candyland at the Rana Naveed Academy in Sheikhupura. Zeeshan Ashraf top-scored with 95 that came off 172 balls with 11 fours while Yousaf Babar scored an 84 off 134 balls with six fours and a six. In reply, Candyland were 185 for nine in 45.3 overs at stumps. For Candyland, Ahmer Bin Nasir scored a 57-ball 52 with nine fours. For Ghani Glass, Waqas Ahmed was the pick of the bowlers with figures of four for 52.

    A Pool ‘B’ match between Higher Education Commission and Port Qasim at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, Higher Education Commission, after being put into bat were bowled out for 266 in 79 overs. Asfand Mehran hit six boundaries in his 123-ball 70 while Muhammad Faiq scored a 52 off 81 balls with six fours and a six. For Port Qasim, Haris Kamal and Mohammad Talha took three wickets each, conceding 30 and 64 runs respectively.

    Similarly, on second day’s play in the Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan Army and Pakistan Air Force at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi, Pakistan Army after being put into bat were 125 for five in 29 overs at stumps. For Pakistan Army, Qadir Khan contributed with a 58-ball 48 with eight fours and Muhammad Fahad scored 35 off 59 balls. Earlier, the first day’s play was washed out due to overnight rain.

    In another Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan International Airlines and State Bank at the Diamond Cricket Ground in Islamabad, Pakistan International Airlines, resumed their first innings on 71 for five on the second day scored 230 for the loss of seven wickets in 83 overs with Abdul Rehman scoring an unbeaten 77 off 174 balls with seven fours. For State Bank of Pakistan, Ilyas Khan took four wickets. In reply, State Bank of Pakistan were 99 for three at stumps.

    In Pool ‘D’ match between Pakistan Railways and Sabir’s Poultry at the Railway Stadium in Lahore, Sabir’s Poultry, resumed their innings on 13 for one and were dismissed for 210 in 37.5 overs. For Sabir’s Poultry, Imran Dogar top-scored with 80-ball 90 with 18 fours and a six. In reply, at stumps, Pakistan Railways were dismissed for 103 in 30 overs with Hamza Nazar contributed with a 42-ball 37. For Sabir’s Poultry, Nisar Ahmed took six for 28 with match figures of 10 for 82.

    Second day’s play in Pool ‘D’ match between K-Electric and Karachi Port Trust at the LCCA Ground in Lahore, K. Electric scored 402 for eight in 83 overs after being put into bat. Umair Bin Yousaf top-scored with 130-ball 85 with six fours and a six. For Karachi Port Trust, Babar Rehman took four wickets. In reply, Karachi Port trust were six for no loss at stumps. The first day’s play was washed out due to overnight rain.

    Scores in brief:

    POOL – A

    •State Bank Ground, Karachi:

    Civil Aviation Authority: 262-9, 83 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 100, {146b, 7x4s, 1x6}; Akbar Badshah 55, {102b, 10x4s}; Mussadiq Ahmed 41, {76b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Irfan 5-100) and 35 for 5, 20 overs (Bilawal Iqbal 2-10)

    Omer Associates: 224 all out, 78.1 overs (Yasir Mushtaq 65, {147b, 5x4s}; Saad Nasim 46, {91b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Bilawal Iqbal 31, {96b, 2x4s, 1x6}; Shahid Nawaz 6-55, Hazrat Shah 2-55)

    Overnight: Omer Associates: 34-2, 11 overs
    Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bat first
    Umpires: Kashif Sohail and Abdul Karim
    Referee: Athar Laiq

    •NBP Stadium, Karachi:

    Pakistan Navy: 336 all out, 80 overs (Hamza Ghanchi 116, {145b, 16x4s, 1x6}; Latif Jonejo 45, {81b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Waqas 42 not out, {69b, 2x4s}; Waseem Ahmed 38, {35b, 4x4s, 1x6}; Fawad Khan 27, {26b, 3x4s}; Jallat Khan 6-118, Muhammad Ibraheem 3-63) and 4 for no loss, 0.4 overs


    Haideri Traders: 139 all out, 47.3 overs (Muhammad Usman 46, 64b, 6x4s}; Adnan Bhatti 42, {92b, 5x4s}; Nasir Owais 6-54, Raza Ul Hassan 2-3) and after follow-on 199 all out, 60 overs (Jallat Khan 82, {125b, 6x4s. 2x6s}; Muhammad Ibraheem 20, {44b 1x4, 1x6}; Nasir Owais 5-94, Latif Jonejo 2-18)

    Result: Pakistan Navy won by 10 wickets
    Overnight: Haideri Traders: 64-3, 20 overs
    Toss: Haideri Traders elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Ghulam Sarwar and Mumtaz Ali
    Referee: Muhammad Javed

    POOL - B

    •Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Ghani Glass: 394 for 6, 83 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 95, {172b, 11x4s}; Yousaf Babar 84, {134b, 6x4s, 1x6, Shahbaz Javed 68, {116b, 9x4s}; Tayyab Tahir 67, {53b, 6x4s, 2x6s}; Haris Nazar 21 not out, {18b, 2x4s}; Bilal Mirza 3-58, Fahad Ullah 2-123)

    Candyland: 185 for 9, 45.3 overs (Ahmer Bin Nasir 52, {57b, 9x4s}; Marwan 44, {57b, 8x4s}; Hassan Javed 30 not out, {36b, 3x4s}; Aamir Malik 29, 66b, 6x4s}; Waqas Ahmed 4-52, Ali Usman 2-41)

    Overnight: Ghani Glass: 175 for one, 44 overs
    Toss: Candyland elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Aftab Gilani and Saifullah Khan
    Referee: Ghulam Mustafa

    •Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Higher Education Commission: 266 all out, 79 overs (Asfand Mehran 70, {123b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Faiq 52, {81b, 6x4s, 1x6}; Sharoon Siraj 44, {54b, 7x4s}; Fahad Usman 31, {82b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Rehman Afzal 23, 38b, 4x4s}; Haris Kamal 3-30, Muhammad Talha 3-64)

    Overnight: Day one no play due to overnight rain
    Toss: Port Qasim elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Abdul Wasy and Abrar Ahmed
    Referee: Naveed Nazir
    POOL - C

    •Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi

    Pakistan Army: 125 for 5, 29 overs (Qadir Khan 48, {58b, 8x4s}; Muhammad Fahad 35, {59b, 7x4s}; Muhammad Ismail 2-40)

    Overnight: Day one no play due to overnight rain
    Toss: Pakistan Air Force elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Naushad Khan and Naik Muhammad
    Referee: Muhammad Wasim

    •Diamond Ground, Islamabad

    Pakistan International Airlines: 230-7, 83 overs (Abdul Rehman 77 not out, {174b, 7x4s}; Ali Imran Pasha 40 not out, {92b, 2x4s}; Fahad Iqbal 33, {88b, 2x4s}; Tahir Khan 31, {48b, 5x4s}; Shahzer Muhammad 28, {78b, 3x4s}; Ilyas Khan 4-76, Nasir Ahmed Khan 2-56)

    State Bank of Pakistan: 99 for 3, 32 overs (Rizwan Hussain 46, {71b, 6x4s}; Haseeb Azam 23, {59b, 3x4s})

    Overnight: Pakistan International Airlines: 71-5, 31 overs
    Toss: State Bank of Pakistan elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Nasar Khan & Raweed Khan
    Referee: Fazal Akbar Shah

    POOL - D

    •Railway Stadium, Lahore

    Pakistan Railways: 200 all out, 61 overs (Hassan Sardar 53 not out, {76b, 5x4s, 2x6s}; Zain ul Hasnain 47, {97b, 8x4s}; Muhammad waqas 27, {45b, 2x4s, Nisar Ahmed 4-54, Ghulam Rehman 3-60, Sadaqat Ali 2-27) and 103 all out, 30 overs (Hamza Nazar 37, {42b, 4x4s, 2x6s}; Ahsan Bhatti 20, 28b, 2x4s, 2x6s}; Nisar Ahmed 6-28, Manzoor Khan 4-28)

    Sabir’s Poultry: 210 all out, 37.5 overs (Imran Dogar 90, {80b, 18x4s, 1x6}; Imran Nazir 37, {31b, 4x4s, 2x6s}; Nisar Ahmed 23 not out, {26b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Abdul Rauf 5-64, Ali Zubair Bhatti 3-54) and 33 for no loss, 8 overs (Imran Dogar 20 not out, {29b, 3x4s})

    Overnight: Sabir’s Poultry: 13 for one, 4 overs
    Toss: Sabir’s Poultry elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Saifullah and Muhammad Basit
    Referee: Khalid Jamshed

    •LCCA Ground, Lahore

    K. Electric: 402-8, 83 overs (Umair Bin Yousaf 85, {130b, 6x4s, 1x6}; Bahadur Ali 68, {96b, 4x4s, 2x6s, Kashif Iqbal 60, {88b, 7x4s}; Hassan Khan 57, {68b, 7x4s}; Jahanzeb Sultan 51, {72b, 8x4s}; Sajid Khan 32, {20b, 2x6s}; Babar Rehman 4-73, Mansoor Ahmed 2-81)

    Karachi Port trust: 6 for no loss, 4 overs

    Overnight: Day one no play due to overnight rain
    Toss: Karachi Port trust elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Javed Ashraf and Qaisar Khan
    Referee: Bilal Khilji

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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II, Round Two, Day Three Summary



    · Mamoon Riaz took six for 26 for Higher Education Commission against Port Qasim



    Lahore, 20 April 2019:



    The Patron’s Trophy Grade II tournament third day’s play was held today at seven venues across the country.



    In Pool ‘A’ match between Civil Aviation Authority and Omer Associates at the State Bank Ground in Karachi on Saturday. Omer Associates won the match by seven wickets on the third and final day. In the second innings, Civil Aviation Authority were dismissed for 77 with Muhammad Irfan taking four wickets. In reply, Omer Associates chased down the target of 116 in 30 overs for the loss of three wickets. Fardous Bukhari scored an unbeaten 74-ball 42 with seven fours.



    In a Pool ‘B’ match, Ghani Glass won the match against Candyland by 10 wickets on the third and final day. Candyland resumed their second innings at overnight score of 185 for nine and were dismissed for 216 in 56.2 overs. Ghani Glass, achieved victory in five overs for no loss.



    On the third and final day of a Pool ‘B’ match between Higher Education Commission and Port Qasim at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, Port Qasim in their first innings were dismissed for 144 in 48.1 overs. For Higher Education Commission, Mamoon Riaz took six for 26. In reply, Higher Education Commission were 113 for the loss of three wickets as the match ended in a draw.



    In Pool ‘C’ match between State Bank of Pakistan and Pakistan International Airlines at the Diamond Cricket Ground in Islamabad ended in a draw. State Bank of Pakistan resumed their first innings overnight score of 99 for three in 32 overs and finished the first innings at 279 for eight in 83 overs. Syed Saad Ali top-scored with 83 off 116 balls with 11 fours while Rizwan Hussain fell four short of a fifty. In reply, Pakistan International Airlines in their second innings scored 51 for three in 24 overs.



    Similarly, on third day’s play in the Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan Army and Pakistan Air Force at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi, Pakistan Army resumed their first innings on 125 for five were dismissed for 237 in 74.3 overs. For Pakistan Army, Shoaib Khan scored 120-ball 54 with 10 fours. For Pakistan Air Force, Muhammad Ismail and Arish Ali Khan shared six wickets between them. In reply, Pakistan Air Force scored 245 for seven in 42 overs. Umair Masood scored an unbeaten 74-ball 68 with five fours and a six. Muhammad Naqash scored almost run-a-ball 61 with 10 fours. The match ended in a draw.

    Sabir’s Poultry beat Pakistan Railways by nine wickets in a Pool ‘D’ match at the Railway Stadium in Lahore. Pakistan Railways in their second innings were dismissed for 103, giving a 94-run target for Sabir’s Poultry. In their run-chase, Sabir’s Poultry achieved victory for the loss of one wicket in 16 overs. Imran Dogar scored run-a-ball 59 not out with nine fours.



    Third day’s play in Pool ‘D’ match between K-Electric and Karachi Port Trust at the LCCA Ground in Lahore, Karachi Port Trust resumed their first innings on six for no loss were bowled out for 116 in 37.3 overs. For K- Electric, Waqar Anwar and Asad Raza took three wickets apiece. K-Electric enforced follow-on as Karachi Port Trust scored 72 for two in 39 overs. The match ended in a draw.



    Scores in brief:



    POOL – A



    · State Bank Ground, Karachi:



    Civil Aviation Authority: 262-9, 83 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 100, {146b, 7x4s, 1x6}; Akbar Badshah 55, {102b, 10x4s}; Mussadiq Ahmed 41, {76b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Irfan 5-100) and 77 all out, 44.5 overs (Ashfaq Ahmed 28, {63b, 4x4s, 1x6}; Muhammad Irfan 4-11, Bilawal Iqbal 2-18, Muhammad Ali Khan 2-34)



    Omer Associates: 224 all out, 78.1 overs (Yasir Mushtaq 65, {147b, 5x4s}; Saad Nasim 46, {91b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Bilawal Iqbal 31, {96b, 2x4s, 1x6}; Shahid Nawaz 6-55, Hazrat Shah 2-55) and 116 for 3, 30 overs (Fahadis Bukhari 42 not out 74b, 7x4s}; Saad Nasim 25 not out, {18b, 2x4s, 1x6}; Arsalan Bashir 21, {54b 3x4s}; Usman Khan 20, {30b 4x4s}; Mirza Ahsan 2-55)





    Result: Omer Associates won by 7 wickets

    Overnight: Civil Aviation Authority: and 35 for 5, 20 overs

    Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bat first

    Umpires: Kashif Sohail and Abdul Karim

    Referee: Athar Laiq



    POOL - B



    · Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura:



    Ghani Glass: 394 for 6, 83 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 95, {172b, 11x4s}; Yousaf Babar 84, {134b, 6x4s, 1x6, Shahbaz Javed 68, {116b, 9x4s}; Tayyab Tahir 67, {53b, 6x4s, 2x6s}; Haris Nazar 21 not out, {18b, 2x4s}; Bilal Mirza 3-58, Fahad Ullah 2-123) and 16 for no loss, 5 overs



    Candyland: 191 all out, 46.4 overs (Ahmer Bin Nasir 52, {57b, 9x4s}; Marwan 44, {57b, 8x4s}; Hassan Javed 36, {40b, 4x4s}; Aamir Malik 29, {66b, 6x4s}; Waqas Ahmed 5-58, Ali Usman 2-41) and after follow-on 216 all out, 56.2 overs (Tayyab Riaz 135, 146b, 17x4s, 1x6}; Ahmer Bin Nasir 20, {31b, 2x4s, 1x6}; Ali Usman 6-82, Muhammad Waheed 2-8)



    Result: Ghani Glass won by 10 wickets

    Overnight: Candyland: 185 for 9, 45.3 overs

    Toss: Candyland elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Aftab Gilani and Saifullah Khan

    Referee: Ghulam Mustafa



    · Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad



    Higher Education Commission: 266 all out, 79 overs (Asfand Mehran 70, {123b, 6x4s}; Muhammad Faiq 52, {81b, 6x4s, 1x6}; Sharoon Siraj 44, {54b, 7x4s}; Fahad Usman 31, {82b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Rehman Afzal 23, 38b, 4x4s}; Haris Kamal 3-30, Muhammad Talha 3-64) and 113 for 3, 26 overs (Muhammad Faiq 46, {54b, 6x4s}; Haris Kamal 2-26)



    Port Qasim: 144 all out, 48.1 (Khurram Manzoor 94, {131b, 12x4s, 1x6, Muhammad Sami 20, {70b}; Mamoon Riaz 6-26, Asfand Mehran 2-25)



    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: Higher Education Commission: 266 all out, 79 overs

    Toss: Port Qasim elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Abdul Wasy and Abrar Ahmed

    Referee: Naveed Nazir

    POOL - C



    · Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi



    Pakistan Army: 237 all out, 74.3 overs (Shoaib Khan 54, {120b, 10x4}Qadir Khan 48, {58b, 8x4}; Muhammad Fahad 35, {59b, 7x4s}; Muhammad Ismail 3-75, Arish Ali Khan 3-43)



    Pakistan Air Force: 245-7, 42 overs (Umair Masood 68 not out, {74b, 5x4, 1x6} Muhammad Naqash 61,{59b, 10x4)





    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: Pakistan Army: 125 for 5, 29 overs

    Toss: Pakistan Air Force elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Naushad Khan and Naik Muhammad

    Referee: Muhammad Wasim



    · Diamond Ground, Islamabad



    Pakistan International Airlines: 230-7, 83 overs (Abdul Rehman 77 not out, {174b, 7x4s}; Ali Imran Pasha 40 not out, {92b, 2x4s}; Fahad Iqbal 33, {88b, 2x4s}; Tahir Khan 31, {48b, 5x4s}; Shahzer Muhammad 28, {78b, 3x4s}; Ilyas Khan 4-76, Nasir Ahmed Khan 2-56) and 51 for 3, 24 overs (Shoaib Khan 27 not out, {70b, 3x4s})



    State Bank of Pakistan: 279 for 8, 83 overs (Syed Saad Ali 83, {116b, 11x4s}; Rizwan Hussain 46, {71b, 6x4s}; Mukhtar Ahmed 29, {60b, 3x4s}; Rohail Nazir 24, {73b, 2x4s}; Haseeb Azam 23, {59b, 3x4s} Tahir Khan 4-75)



    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: State Bank of Pakistan: 99 for 3, 32 overs

    Toss: State Bank of Pakistan elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Nasar Khan & Raweed Khan

    Referee: Fazal Akbar Shah



    POOL - D



    · Railway Stadium, Lahore



    Pakistan Railways: 200 all out, 61 overs (Hassan Sardar 53 not out, {76b, 5x4s, 2x6s}; Zain Ul Hasnain 47, {97b, 8x4s}; Muhammad Waqas 27, {45b, 2x4s, Nisar Ahmed 4-54, Ghulam Rehman 3-60, Sadaqat Ali 2-27) and 103 all out, 30 overs (Hamza Nazar 37, {42b, 4x4s, 2x6s}; Ahsan Bhatti 20, 28b, 2x4s, 2x6s}; Nisar Ahmed 6-28, Manzoor Khan 4-28)



    Sabir’s Poultry: 210 all out, 37.5 overs (Imran Dogar 90, {80b, 18x4s, 1x6}; Imran Nazir 37, {31b, 4x4s, 2x6s}; Nisar Ahmed 23 not out, {26b, 3x4s, 1x6}; Abdul Rauf 5-64, Ali Zubair Bhatti 3-54) and 95 for one, 16 overs (Imran Dogar 59 not out, {59b, 9x4s} Hassan Dar 22 not out, {14b, 4x4s})



    Result: Sabir’s Poultry won by 9 wickets

    Overnight: Sabir’s Poultry: and 33 for no loss, 8 overs

    Toss: Sabir’s Poultry elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Saifullah and Muhammad Basit

    Referee: Khalid Jamshed



    · LCCA Ground, Lahore



    K. Electric: 402-8, 83 overs (Umair Bin Yousaf 85, {130b, 6x4s, 1x6}; Bahadur Ali 68, {96b, 4x4s, 2x6s, Kashif Iqbal 60, {88b, 7x4s}; Hassan Khan 57, {68b, 7x4s}; Jahanzeb Sultan 51, {72b, 8x4s}; Sajid Khan 32, {20b, 2x6s}; Babar Rehman 4-73, Mansoor Ahmed 2-81)



    Karachi Port trust: 116 all out, 37.3 overs (Shah Ali Zafar 23 not out, 64b, 3x4s}; Aaqar Anwar 3-30, Asad Raza 3-49, Muhammad Omer 2-28) and after follow-on 72-2, 39 overs (Shah Ali Zafar 38 not out, 115b, 8x4s}; Taimoor Ali 23 not out, 94b, 4x4s})



    Result: Match Drawn

    Overnight: Karachi Port trust: 6 for no loss, 4 overs

    Toss: Karachi Port trust elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Javed Ashraf and Qaisar Khan

    Referee: Bilal Khilji


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    Mamoon Riaz 6-26

    @mak36 @Chief Destroyer He's made it to Grade 2...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Abdullah719 View Post
    Mamoon Riaz 6-26

    @mak36 @Chief Destroyer He's made it to Grade 2...
    Thanks for sharing. Also, I see Sabir's Poultry is still around

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    Mamoon Riaz 6-26

    @mak36 @Chief Destroyer He's made it to Grade 2...
    whos the guy/?


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    whos the guy/?
    Played in the LQ tournament in 2017.



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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II third round commences on Monday

    Lahore, 21 April 2019:

    The third round of Patron’s Trophy Grade-II 2018-19 will commence from Monday, 22 April across eight different centers of the country.
    The following is the schedule of third round matches and points table after the conclusion of two rounds:

    22-24 April – Haideri Traders v CAA, UBL Sports Complex, Karachi; Omar Associates v Navy, NBP Stadium, Karachi (both Pool A); Candyland v HEC, R. Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura; Port Qasim v Ghani Glass, Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad (both Pool B); Army v PIA, Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi; State Bank v PAF, Diamond Cricket Ground, Islamabad (both Pool C); Railways v K-Electric KPT, Railway Stadium, Lahore; Sabir’s Poultry v KPT, LCCA Ground, Lahore (both Pool D).

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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II, Round Three, Day One Summary

    · Jallat Khan and Mirza Ahsan took six wickets apiece for Haideri Traders and Civil Aviation, respectively

    · Ghulam Rehman, Fawad Khan, Asfand Mehran and Tahir Khan took five wickets each for Sabir’s Poultry, Pakistan Navy, Higher Education Commission and Pakistan International Airline, respectively

    Lahore, 22 April 2019:

    The Patron’s Trophy Grade-II tournament, Round Three, started at eight venues across the country on Monday.

    In Pool ‘A’ match between Civil Aviation Authority and Haideri Traders at the UBL Sports Complex in Karachi, Civil Aviation Authority after winning the toss elected to bat first and were dismissed for 226 in 52.3 overs. Ashar Qureshi top-scored with a 86-ball 70 with 18 fours. For Haideri Traders, Jallat Khan took six wickets for 62. In turn, Haideri Traders were 122 for six at stumps. For Civil Aviation, Mirza Ahsan took all six wickets.

    In another Pool ‘A’ match between Omer Associates and Pakistan Navy at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi, Omer Associates, after winning the toss, elected to bat first. They were bowled out for 194 in 69 overs. Fahadis Bukhari scored 165-ball 68 with nine fours. For Pakistan Navy, Fawad Khan took five for 68. In reply, Pakistan Navy were 64 for three in 25 overs at stumps.

    In Pool ‘B’ match between Port Qasim and Ghani Glass at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, Ghani Glass elected to bat first and scored 399 for nine in 83 overs. Zeeshan Ashraf hit 13 fours in his 157-ball 94. For Port Qasim, Azam Hussain and Tanveer Ahmad took four wickets apiece. In reply, at stumps, Port Qasim were 12 for one in five overs.

    In another Pool ‘B’ match between Candyland and Higher Education Commission at the Rana Naveed Cricket Academy in Sheikhupura, Candyland after being put into bat were bowled out for 250 in 63.1 overs. Tayyab Riaz scored 83 off 96 balls with eight fours and a six. For Higher Education Commission, Asfand Mehran took five for 63. In reply, Higher Education Commission were 146 for one in 24 overs at stumps.

    In Pool ‘C’ match between State Bank and Pakistan Air Force at the Diamond Cricket Ground in Islamabad, Pakistan Air Force after being put into bat were dismissed for 116 in 39.5 overs. For State Bank, Muhammad Ilyas claimed four for 41. In reply, State Bank were 161 for three at stumps.

    In another Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan International Airlines and Pakistan Army at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi, Pakistan Army, after being sent into bat were bowled out for 200 in 63.4 overs. For Pakistan International Airlines, Tahir Khan took five for 62. At stumps, Pakistan International Airlines were 105 for two in 24 overs.

    In Pool ‘D’ match between Pakistan Railways and K-Electric at the Railway Stadium in Lahore, K-Electric, after being put into bat were bowled out for 295 in 58.1 overs.

    Nasir Nawaz top-scored with 95 that came off 86 balls with 11 fours and five sixes. For Pakistan Railways, Hamza Nazar took five for 88. In reply, Pakistan Railways were 83 for three in 22 overs at stumps.

    In another Pool ‘D’ match between Karachi Port Trust and Sabir’s Poultry at the LCCA Ground in Lahore, Karachi Port Trust after being put into bat were dismissed for 150 in 37.2 overs. Shah Ali Zafar top-scored with 102-ball 91 with 17 fours.

    For Sabir’s Poultry, Ghulam Rehman took five for 49. In reply, Sabir’s Poultry were dismissed for 84. For Karachi Port Trust, Husbaan Javed and Babar Rehman took four wickets a piece. At stumps, Karachi Port Trust in their second innings were 48 for three in 10 overs.


    Scores in brief:



    POOL – A


    · NBP STADIUM, KARACHI

    Omer Associates: 194 all out, 69 overs (Fahadis Bukhari 68, {165b, 9x4}; Arsalan Bashir 44, {87b, 6x4, 1x6}; Yasir Mushtaq 20, {45b, 4x4}; Fawad Khan 5-68, Raza Ul Hasan 3-45)

    Pakistan Navy: 64 for 3, 25 overs (Latif Jonejo 31, {67b, 4x4, 1x6}; Hafiz Asad 27, {50b, 3x4}; Ulfat Shah 2-6)

    Toss: Omer Associates elected to bat first

    Umpires: Muhamamd Rashid and Aziz ur Rehman

    Referee: Ameeruddin Ansari



    · UBL SPORTS COMPLEX, KARACHI:

    Civil Aviation Authority: 226 all out, 52.3 overs (Asher Qureshi 70, {86b, 13x4}; Ishfaq Ahmed 29, {40b, 5x4}; Shahid Nawaz 25, {18b, 4x6}; Jallat Khan 6-62, Muhammad Ibrahim 3-47)

    Haideri Traders: 122 for 6, 45 overs (Muhammad Usman 35, {68b, 5x4}; Momin Waqar 24, {25b, 4x4}; Jallat Khan 21 not out, {59b, 2x4}; Mirza Ahsan 6-51)


    Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bat first

    Umpires: Ghulam Sarwar and Mumtaz Ali

    Referee: Muhamamd Javed

    POOL - B

    · Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Candyland: 250 all out, 63.1 overs (Tayyab Riaz 83, {96b, 8x4, 1x6}; Babar Ali 61 not out, {73b, 7x4, 3x6}; Asfand Mehran 5-63, Fahad Usman 2-20)



    Higher Education Commission: 146 for one, 24 overs (Fahad Usman 81, not out {79b, 10x4}; Arsalan Zia 42 not out, {54b 5x4})

    Toss: Higher Education Commission elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Nadeem Iqbal & Jameel Kamran

    Referee: Ghulam Mustafa

    · Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Ghani Glass: 299 for 9, 83 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 94, {151b, 13x4}; Tayyab Tahir 91, {81b, 8x4, 4x6}; Shahbaz Javed 60, {123b, 6x4}; Yousaf Babar 51, {84b, 3x4}; Haris Nazar 31 not out, {26b, 4x4}; Tanveer Ahmed 4-57, Azam Hussain 4-113)

    Port Qasim: 12 for one, 5 overs

    Toss: Ghani Glass elected to bat first

    Umpires: Akmal Hayat & Rana M. Arshad

    Referee: Sami ul Haq

    POOL - C

    · Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi

    Pakistan Army: 200 all out, 63.4 overs (Shoaib Khan 82, {108b, 9x4, 1x6}; Haseeb-ur-Rehman 43, {114b, 4x4}; Hamza Arshad 28, {42b, 3x4, 1x6}; Tahir Khan 5-62)

    Pakistan International Airlines: 105 for 2, 24 overs (Shehzar Muhammad 34, {41b, 6x4}; Maeez Naqvi 29, {65b, 3x4}; Hanif Azad 28 not out, {36b, 4x4}; Umair Khan 2-47)


    Toss: Pakistan International Airlines elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Mir Dad & Jamshed Iqbal

    Referee: Muhammad Wasim

    · Diamond Ground, Islamabad

    Pakistan Air Force: 116 all out, 39.5 overs (Ali Malik 30, {96b, 3x4}; Muhammad Ilyas 4-41, Hamza Nadeem 3-11, Muhammad Nawaz 2-4)

    State Bank of Pakistan: 161 for 3, 34 overs (Syed Saad Ali 46 not out, {61b, 7x4}; Usman Sallahuddin 34 not out, {76b, 4x4}; Rizwan Hussain 28, {28b, 3x4}; Israrullah 21, {20b, 4x4}; Muhamamd Nawaz 20, {28b, 4x4}; Muhammad Shahzad 3-18)

    Toss: State Bank of Pakistan elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Sohail Zaman & Saleem Butt

    Referee: Allah Ditto

    POOL - D

    · Railway Stadium, Lahore

    K. Electric: 295 all out, 58.1 overs (Nasir Nawaz 95, {86b, 11x4, 5x6}; Umair Bin Yousaf 68, {103b, 10x4, 1x6}; Jahanzaib Sultan 47, {52b, 9x4}; Hamza Nazar 5-88, Muhammad Rameez 3-66, Abdul Rauf 2-53)

    Pakistan Railways: 88 for 3, 22 overs (Zain Ul Hasnain 29, {47b, 7x4}; Mohsin Pervaiz 20, {29b, 3x4}; Asad Raza 3-49)

    Toss: Pakistan Railways elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Irfan Dilshad & Qaisar Khan

    Referee: Inam Ullah Khan

    · LCCA Ground, Lahore

    Karachi Port trust: 150 all out, 37.2 overs (Shah Ali Zafar 91, {102b, 17x4}; Ghulam Rehman 5-49, Asif Fawad 2-14, Nisar Ahmed 2-61) and 48 for 3, 10 overs (Anas Mehmood 24 not out, {32b, 5x4}; Ghulam Rehman 2-20)

    Sabir’s Poultry: 84 all out, 27.3 overs (Imran Nazir 32, {26b, 7x4}; Babar Rehman 4-20, Husbaan Javed 4-28, Khalid Mehmood 2-36)

    Toss: Sabir’s Poultry elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Muhamamd Basit & Muhammad Kaleem

    Referee: Mujahid Jamshed
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    · Fahad Usman, Akbar Badshah and Syed Saad Ali scored centuries for Higher Education Commission, Civil Aviation Authority and State Bank, respectively

    · Jallat Khan took 10 wickets in a match for Haideri Traders; Mirza Ahsan took eight wickets in an innings for Civil Aviation Authority

    Lahore, 23 April 2019:

    The Patron’s Trophy Grade-II tournament, Round Three, second day’s play was held today at eight venues across the country on Tuesday.

    In a Pool ‘A’ match between Civil Aviation Authority and Haideri Traders at the UBL Sports Complex in Karachi, Haideri Traders resumed their innings at overnight score of 122 for six and were bowled out for 157 in 51.1 overs. For Civil Aviation, Mirza Ahsan took eight for 75.

    In turn, Civil Aviation Authority declared their second innings on 280 for nine in 78 overs. For Civil Aviation Authority, Akbar Badshah scored an unbeaten 111 off 166 balls with 14 fours. For Haideri Traders, Jallat Khan took four for 110. In reply, Haideri Traders in their second innings were 42 for one at stumps.

    In another Pool ‘A’ match between Omer Associates and Pakistan Navy at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi, Pakistan Navy, resumed their first innings on 64 for three and posted 270 for nine in 83 overs. For Pakistan Navy, Wasim Ahmed top-scored with an unbeaten 65 with five fours.

    For Omer Associates, Muhammad Irfan was the pick of the bowler with figures of four for 102. In reply, Omer Associates in their second innings were 92 for four at stumps.

    On the second day of Pool ‘B’ match between Port Qasim and Ghani Glass at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, Port Qasim resumed their innings on 12 for one and were dismissed for 267 in 81.3 overs. Atif Ali Zaidi top-scored with 130-ball 77 with eight fours. For Ghani Glass, Ali Usman took five for 84. In reply, Ghani Glass in their second innings were 68 for two at stumps.

    In a Pool ‘B’ match at the Rana Naveed Cricket Academy in Sheikhupura, Higher Education Commission defeated Candyland by an innings and 139 runs. Higher Education Commission resumed their first innings on 146 for one and scored 475 for six in 83 overs.

    For Higher Education Commission, Fahad Usman top-scored with 160-ball 169 with 22 fours. In turn, Candyland were dismissed for 86 in 26.4 overs. For Higher Education Commission, Sajid Khan took five for 22.

    State Bank of Pakistan beat Pakistan Air Force by an innings and 78 runs in a Pool ‘C’ match at the Diamond Cricket Ground in Islamabad. State Bank resumed their first innings on 161 for three and declared on 368 for seven in 65 overs. For State Bank, Syed Saad Ali top-scored with 128 with 23 fours.

    In reply, Pakistan Air Force, in their second innings were bowled out for 174 in 50.2 overs. For State Bank, Muhammad Nawaz took four for 41.

    In a Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan International Airlines and Pakistan Army at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi, Pakistan International Airlines resumed their first innings on 105 for two and were dismissed for 356 in 77.2 overs. For Pakistan International Airlines, Shoaib Khan scored an 81 off 96 balls with 11 fours. For Pakistan Army, Musab Shehzad took four for 80.

    In turn, at stumps, Pakistan Army in their second innings were 147 for five.

    In Pool ‘D’ match between Pakistan Railways and K-Electric at the Railway Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan Railways resumed their first innings at overnight score of 83 for three and scored 309 for nine in 83 overs. For Pakistan Railways, Ahsan Bhatti top-scored with 78 with eight fours and four sixes.

    For K-Electric, Asad Raza claimed four wickets. In reply, K-Electric in their second innings were 130 for four at stumps.

    On the second day of another Pool ‘D’ match between Karachi Port Trust and Sabir’s Poultry at the LCCA Ground in Lahore, Karachi Port Trust resumed their second innings on 48 for three and were bowled out for 169 in 48 overs. For Sabir’s Poultry, Nisar Ahmed took four for 72. In turn, Sabir’s Poultry in their second innings were 182 for two in 50 overs at stumps.

    Scores in brief:



    POOL – A


    · NBP STADIUM, KARACHI


    Omer Associates: 194 all out, 69 overs (Fahadis Bukhari 68, {165b, 9x4}; Arsalan Bashir 44, {87b, 6x4, 1x6}; Yasir Mushtaq 20, {45b, 4x4}; Fawad Khan 5-68, Raza Ul Hasan 3-45) and 92-4, 33 overs (Arsalan Bashir 40, {62b, 7x4}; Fawad Khan 3-25)


    Pakistan Navy: 270-9, 83 overs (Wasim Ahmed 65 not out, {131b, 5x4}; Hamza Ghanchi 50, {112b, 5x4, 1x6}; Nasir Owais 50, {48b, 4x4, 3x6}; Latif Jonejo 31, {67b, 4x4, 1x6}; Hafiz Asad 27, {50b, 3x4}; Muhammad Irfan 4-102, Ulfat Shah 3-29)


    Overnight: Pakistan Navy: 64 for 3, 25 overs

    Toss: Omer Associates elected to bat first

    Umpires: Muhamamd Rashid and Aziz ur Rehman

    Referee: Ameeruddin Ansari

    · UBL SPORTS COMPLEX, KARACHI:

    Civil Aviation Authority: 226 all out, 52.3 overs (Asher Qureshi 70, {86b, 13x4}; Ishfaq Ahmed 29, {40b, 5x4}; Shahid Nawaz 25, {18b, 4x6}; Jallat Khan 6-62, Muhammad Ibrahim 3-47) and 280 or 9 dec, 78 overs (Akbar Badshah 111 not out, {166b, 14x4}; Muhamamd Asim 31, {44b, 6x4}; Ishfaq Ahmed 27, {42b, 2x4}; Jallat Khan 4-110, Syed Mustafa Naqvi 3-39)

    Haideri Traders: 157 all out, 51.1 overs (Muhammad Usman 35, {68b, 5x4}; Momin Waqar 24, {25b, 4x4}; Jallat Khan 22, {60b, 2x4}; Mirza Ahsan 8-75, Abhar Qureshi 2-19) and 42 for one, 10 overs (Momin Waqar 26 not out 29b, 6x4}; )

    Overnight: Haideri Traders: 122 for 6, 45 overs

    Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bat first

    Umpires: Ghulam Sarwar and Mumtaz Ali

    Referee: Muhamamd Javed

    POOL - B



    · Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura:

    Candyland: 250 all out, 63.1 overs (Tayyab Riaz 83, {96b, 8x4, 1x6}; Babar Ali 61 not out, {73b, 7x4, 3x6}; Asfand Mehran 5-63, Fahad Usman 2-20) and 86 all out, 26.4 overs (Jibran Khan 23, {44b, 3x4}; Tayyab Riaz 22, 33b, 3x4}; Sajid Khan 5-22, Kamran Afzal 2-8)

    Higher Education Commission: 475-6, 83 overs (Fahad Usman 169, {160b, 22x4}; Asfand Mehran 90, {106b, 8x4}; Sharoon Siraj 58, {61b, 4x4, 1x6}; Kamran Afzal 50 not out, {40b, 3x4, 3x6}; Arsalan Zia 43, {58b 5x4} Haseeb-ur-Rehman 22, {50b, 4x4}; )

    Result: HEC won by an innings & 139 runs

    Overnight: Higher Education Commission: 146 for one, 24 overs

    Toss: Higher Education Commission elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Nadeem Iqbal & Jameel Kamran

    Referee: Ghulam Mustafa

    · Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

    Ghani Glass: 299 for 9, 83 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 94, {151b, 13x4}; Tayyab Tahir 91, {81b, 8x4, 4x6}; Shahbaz Javed 60, {123b, 6x4}; Yousaf Babar 51, {84b, 3x4}; Haris Nazar 31 not out, {26b, 4x4}; Tanveer Ahmed 4-57, Azam Hussain 4-113) and 68 for one, 11 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 43 not out, {34b, 2x4, 1x6}; Haris Nazar 20 not out, {26b})

    Port Qasim: 267 all out, 81.3 overs (Atif Ali Zaidi 77, {130b, 8x4}; Daniyal Ehsan 57, {122b, 9x4}; Muddasir Riaz 46, 86b, 8x4, Jahanzaib Naved 39, {59b, 7x4}; Ali Usman 5-84, Muhammad Waheed 3-80)



    Overnight: Port Qasim: 12 for one, 5 overs

    Toss: Ghani Glass elected to bat first

    Umpires: Akmal Hayat & Rana M. Arshad

    Referee: Sami ul Haq

    POOL - C

    · Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi

    Pakistan Army: 200 all out, 63.4 overs (Shoaib Khan 82, {108b, 9x4, 1x6}; Haseeb-ur-Rehman 43, {114b, 4x4}; Hamza Arshad 28, {42b, 3x4, 1x6}; Tahir Khan 5-62) and 147-5, 36 overs (Muhammad Fahad 47 not out, {75b, 9x4}; Hamza Khan 37, {36b, 7x4}; Muhammad Naveed 24, {35b, 5x4}; Shoaib Khan 20 not out, {35b, 2x4}; Tahir Khan 4-56)

    Pakistan International Airlines: 356 all out, 77.2 overs (Shoaib Khan 81, {96b, 11x4}; Anop Ravi 62, {121b, 3x4}; Fahad Iqbal 51, {36b, 4x4, 1x6}; Shehzar Muhammad 34, {41b, 6x4}; Hanif Azad 31, {54b, 4x4}; Maeez Viqar 29, {65b, 3x4}; Musab Shehzad 4-80, Hamza Khan 2-53, Umair Khan 2-65)

    Overnight: Pakistan International Airlines: 105 for 2, 24 overs

    Toss: Pakistan International Airlines elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Mir Dad & Jamshed Iqbal

    Referee: Muhammad Wasim


    · Diamond Ground, Islamabad

    Pakistan Air Force: 116 all out, 39.5 overs (Ali Malik 30, {96b, 3x4}; Muhammad Ilyas 4-41, Hamza Nadeem 3-11, Muhammad Nawaz 2-4) and a74 all out, 50.2 (Ali Malik 35, {31b, 7x4}; Salman Chaudhry 29, {64b, 4x4, 1x6}; Umair Masood 23, {67b, 3x4}; Awais Iqbal 20, {65b, 3x4}; Zeeshan Malik 20, {34b, 2x4, 1x6}; Muhammad Nawaz 4-41, Basit Ali 3-47

    State Bank of Pakistan: 368-7 dec, 65 overs (Syed Saad Ali 128, {134b, 23x4}; Usman Sallahuddin 73 {122b, 10x4}; Naveed Yasin 56 not out, {51b 5x4, 3x6}; Rizwan Hussain 28, {28b, 3x4}; Israrullah 21, {20b, 4x4}; Muhamamd Nawaz 20, {28b, 4x4}; Muhammad Shahzad 3-47, Awais Iqbal 2-76)


    Result: State Bank of Pakistan won by an innings & 78 runs

    Overnight: State Bank of Pakistan: 161 for 3, 34 overs

    Toss: State Bank of Pakistan elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Sohail Zaman & Saleem Butt

    Referee: Allah Ditto



    POOL - D



    · Railway Stadium, Lahore



    K. Electric: 295 all out, 58.1 overs (Nasir Nawaz 95, {86b, 11x4, 5x6}; Umair Bin Yousaf 68, {103b, 10x4, 1x6}; Jahanzaib Sultan 47, {52b, 9x4}; Hamza Nazar 5-88, Muhammad Rameez 3-66, Abdul Rauf 2-53) and 130-4, 25 overs (Bahadur Ali 55 not out, {50b, 7x4, 2x6}; Muhamamd Afzal 36 not out, {53b 7x4}; Umair Bin Yousaf 23, {41b, 2x4, 1x6}; Abdul Rauf 3-30)



    Pakistan Railways: 309-9, 83 overs (Ahsan Bhatti 78, {124b, 8x4, 4x6}; Muhammad Waqas 61, {130b, 7x4}; Ameer Hamza 43 not out, 46b 2x4, 2x6}; Hasan Sardar 39, {49b, 3x4, 1x6}; Zain Ul Hasnain 29, {47b, 7x4}; Mohsin Pervaiz 20, {29b, 3x4}; Asad Raza 4-75, Sajid Khan 3-52)



    Overnight: Pakistan Railways: 88 for 3, 22 overs

    Toss: Pakistan Railways elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Irfan Dilshad & Qaisar Khan

    Referee: Inam Ullah Khan



    · LCCA Ground, Lahore



    Karachi Port trust: 150 all out, 37.2 overs (Shah Ali Zafar 91, {102b, 17x4}; Ghulam Rehman 5-49, Asif Fawad 2-14, Nisar Ahmed 2-61) and 169 all out, 48 overs (Anas Mehmood 46, {65b, 9x4}; Babar Rehman 21, {35b, 3x4}; Ahmed Iqbal 20, {47b, 3x4}; Nisar Ahmed 4-72, Manzoor Khan 2-23, Ghulam Rehman 2-45)



    Sabir’s Poultry: 84 all out, 27.3 overs (Imran Nazir 32, {26b, 7x4}; Babar Rehman 4-20, Husbaan Javed 4-28, Khalid Mehmood 2-36) and 182-2, 50 overs (Hashim Ibrahim 71 not out, {116b, 5x4, 2x6}; Imran Dogar 58, {86b, 7x4, 1x6}; Ali Zaryab 38 not out, {76b, 2x4})



    Overnight: Karachi Port trust 48 for 3, 10 overs

    Toss: Sabir’s Poultry elected to bowl first

    Umpires: Muhamamd Basit & Muhammad Kaleem

    Referee: Mujahid Jamshed
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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II, Round Three, Day Three Summary

    ·Khurram Manzoor and Hassan Khan hit centuries for Port Qasim and K-Electric, respectively
    ·Mirza Ahsan claimed 11 wickets in a match for Civil Aviation Authority and Fawad Khan took 10 wickets in a match for Pakistan Navy

    Lahore, 24 April 2019:

    The Patron’s Trophy Grade-II tournament, Round Three, third day’s play was held today at six venues across the country on Wednesday.

    Civil Aviation Authority defeated Haideri Traders by 110 runs on the third day of a Pool ‘A’ match at the UBL Sports Complex in Karachi. Haideri Traders resumed their second innings at overnight score of 42 for one and were bowled out for 239 in 71 overs. For Civil Aviation Authority, Usman Usmani took five for 82 and Mirza Ahsan took three wickets in the second innings and total 11 wickets in the match.

    In another Pool ‘A’ match, Pakistan Navy beat Omer Associates by 10 wickets at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi. Omer Associates resumed their second innings at 92 for four and were dismissed for 190 in 61.3 overs. For Pakistan Navy, Fawad Khan was the pick of the bowlers with figures of five for 37, finishing with 10 wickets in the match.

    In their run-chase, Omer Associates achieved victory without any loss in 32.3 overs.
    A century by Khurram Manzoor on the third day helped Port Qasim beat Ghani Glass by three wickets at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad in a Pool ‘B match. In pursuit of a 284-run target, Port Qasim achieved victory for the loss of seven wickets in 65 overs. Khurram Manzoor scored a 178-ball 110 with 15 fours, while Atif Ali Zaidi hit seven fours in his 60.

    Earlier, Ghani Glass resumed their innings at overnight score of 68 for one in 11 overs and were dismissed for 151 in 23.4 overs. For Port Qasim, Muddasir Riaz was the pick of the bowlers with figures of five for 42.

    In a Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan International Airlines and Pakistan Army at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi ended in a draw due to overnight rain.

    Meanwhile Pakistan Railways and K-Electric match in Pool ‘D’ ended in a draw at the Railway Stadium in Lahore. K-Electric resumed their innings at overnight score of 130 for four and finished at 380 for seven in 100 overs. Hassan Khan scored a century off 132 balls with 14 fours while Bahadur Ali scored a 90-ball 87 with nine fours and three sixes. Muhammad Afzal was the other notable run-getter with 85. For Pakistan Railways, Abdul Rauf took four for 66.

    Sabir’s Poultry defeated Karachi Port Trust by seven wickets in a Pool ‘D’ match at the LCCA Ground in Lahore. Sabir’s Poultry resumed their innings at an overnight score of 182 for two and chased down the target of 236 for the loss of three wickets in 61.1 overs. Hashim Ibrahim top-scored with 90 that came off 142 balls and included eight fours and two sixes.

    Scores in brief:

    POOL – A

    ·NBP STADIUM, KARACHI

    Omer Associates: 194 all out, 69 overs (Fahadis Bukhari 68, {165b, 9x4}; Arsalan Bashir 44, {87b, 6x4, 1x6}; Yasir Mushtaq 20, {45b, 4x4}; Fawad Khan 5-68, Raza Ul Hasan 3-45) and 190 all out, 61,3 overs (Usman Khan 44, {77b, 8x4}; Arsalan Bashir 40, {62b, 7x4}; Syed Zainullah 27, {30b, 3x4}; Bilawal Iqbal 25, {48b, 1x4, 2xx6}; Fawad Khan 5-37, Nasir Owais 4-64)

    Pakistan Navy: 270-9, 83 overs (Wasim Ahmed 65 not out, {131b, 5x4}; Hamza Ghanchi 50, {112b, 5x4, 1x6}; Nasir Owais 50, {48b, 4x4, 3x6}; Latif Jonejo 31, {67b, 4x4, 1x6}; Hafiz Asad 27, {50b, 3x4}; Muhammad Irfan 4-102, Ulfat Shah 3-29) and 118 for no loss, 32.3 overs (Hafiz Asad 65n not out, {95b, 4x4}; Jahangir Jawaid 52 not out, 100b, 6x4})

    Result: Pakistan Navy won by 10 wickets
    Overnight: Pakistan Navy: 92-4, 33 overs
    Toss: Omer Associates elected to bat first
    Umpires: Muhamamd Rashid and Aziz ur Rehman
    Referee: Ameeruddin Ansari

    ·UBL SPORTS COMPLEX, KARACHI:

    Civil Aviation Authority: 226 all out, 52.3 overs (Asher Qureshi 70, {86b, 13x4}; Ishfaq Ahmed 29, {40b, 5x4}; Shahid Nawaz 25, {18b, 4x6}; Jallat Khan 6-62, Muhammad Ibrahim 3-47) and 280 or 9 dec, 78 overs (Akbar Badshah 111 not out, {166b, 14x4}; Muhamamd Asim 31, {44b, 6x4}; Ishfaq Ahmed 27, {42b, 2x4}; Jallat Khan 4-110, Syed Mustafa Naqvi 3-39)

    Haideri Traders: 157 all out, 51.1 overs (Muhammad Usman 35, {68b, 5x4}; Momin Waqar 24, {25b, 4x4}; Jallat Khan 22, {60b, 2x4}; Mirza Ahsan 8-75, Abhar Qureshi 2-19) and 239 all out, 71 overs (Muhamamd Ibrahim 53, {86b, 9x4, 1x6}; Momin Waqar 42 {63b, 9x4}; Muhammad Usman 40, {96b, 6x4, 1x6}; Hassan Ilyas 30, {83b, 5x4}; Syed Antum Naqvi 22, {26b, 3x4}; Usman Usmani 5-82, Mirza Ahsan 3-42, Asher Qureshi 2-60)

    Result: Civil Aviation Authority won by 110 runs
    Overnight: Haideri Traders: 42 for one, 10 overs
    Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bat first
    Umpires: Ghulam Sarwar and Mumtaz Ali
    Referee: Muhamamd Javed

    POOL - B

    ·IQBAL STADIUM, FAISALABAD

    Ghani Glass: 299 for 9, 83 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 94, {151b, 13x4}; Tayyab Tahir 91, {81b, 8x4, 4x6}; Shahbaz Javed 60, {123b, 6x4}; Yousaf Babar 51, {84b, 3x4}; Haris Nazar 31 not out, {26b, 4x4}; Tanveer Ahmed 4-57, Azam Hussain 4-113) and 151 all out, 23.4 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 51, {41b, 2x4, 1x6}; Tayyab Tahir 43, {25b, 4x4, 1x6}; Haris Nazar 36, {40b, 1x4}; Muddasir Riaz 5-42, Tanveer Ahmed 3-41)

    Port Qasim: 267 all out, 81.3 overs (Atif Ali Zaidi 77, {130b, 8x4}; Daniyal Ehsan 57, {122b, 9x4}; Muddasir Riaz 46, 86b, 8x4, Jahanzaib Naved 39, {59b, 7x4}; Ali Usman 5-84, Muhammad Waheed 3-80) and 284-7, 65 overs (Khurram Manzoor 110, {178b, 15x4}; Atif Ali Zaidi 60, {110b, 7x4}; Muddasir Riaz 41, {33b, 3x4}; Jahanzaib Naved 39, {29b, 7x4}; Muhammad Sami 22 not out, {32b, 3x4}; Adnan Ghaus 2-40, Muhammad Waheed 2-47, Ali Usman 2-90)

    Result: Port Qasim won by 3 wickets
    Overnight: Ghani Glass: 68 for one, 11 overs
    Toss: Ghani Glass elected to bat first
    Umpires: Akmal Hayat & Rana M. Arshad
    Referee: Sami ul Haq
    POOL - C

    ·ARMY CRICKET GROUND, RAWALPINDI

    Pakistan Army: 200 all out, 63.4 overs (Shoaib Khan 82, {108b, 9x4, 1x6}; Haseeb-ur-Rehman 43, {114b, 4x4}; Hamza Arshad 28, {42b, 3x4, 1x6}; Tahir Khan 5-62) and 147-5, 36 overs (Muhammad Fahad 47 not out, {75b, 9x4}; Hamza Khan 37, {36b, 7x4}; Muhammad Naveed 24, {35b, 5x4}; Shoaib Khan 20 not out, {35b, 2x4}; Tahir Khan 4-56)

    Pakistan International Airlines: 356 all out, 77.2 overs (Shoaib Khan 81, {96b, 11x4}; Anop Ravi 62, {121b, 3x4}; Fahad Iqbal 51, {36b, 4x4, 1x6}; Shehzar Muhammad 34, {41b, 6x4}; Hanif Azad 31, {54b, 4x4}; Maeez Viqar 29, {65b, 3x4}; Musab Shehzad 4-80, Hamza Khan 2-53, Umair Khan 2-65)

    ·Day three no play due to overnight rain

    Result: Match Drawn
    Overnight: Pakistan Army: 147-5, 36 overs
    Toss: Pakistan International Airlines elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Mir Dad & Jamshed Iqbal
    Referee: Muhammad Wasim

    POOL - D

    ·RAILWAY STADIUM, LAHORE

    K. Electric: 295 all out, 58.1 overs (Nasir Nawaz 95, {86b, 11x4, 5x6}; Umair Bin Yousaf 68, {103b, 10x4, 1x6}; Jahanzaib Sultan 47, {52b, 9x4}; Hamza Nazar 5-88, Muhammad Rameez 3-66, Abdul Rauf 2-53) and 380-7, 100 overs (Hassan Khan 100, {132b, 14x4}; Bahadur Ali 87, {90b, 9x4, 3x6}; Muhammad Afzal 85, {128b 13x4, 1x6}; Umair Bin Yousaf 23, {41b, 2x4, 1x6}; Abdul Rauf 4-66, Ahsan Bhatti 3-42)

    Pakistan Railways: 309-9, 83 overs (Ahsan Bhatti 78, {124b, 8x4, 4x6}; Muhammad Waqas 61, {130b, 7x4}; Ameer Hamza 43 not out, 46b 2x4, 2x6}; Hasan Sardar 39, {49b, 3x4, 1x6}; Zain Ul Hasnain 29, {47b, 7x4}; Mohsin Pervaiz 20, {29b, 3x4}; Asad Raza 4-75, Sajid Khan 3-52)

    Result: Match Drawn
    Overnight: K. Electric 130-4, 25 overs
    Toss: Pakistan Railways elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Irfan Dilshad & Qaisar Khan
    Referee: Inam Ullah Khan

    ·LCCA GROIUND, LAHORE

    Karachi Port trust: 150 all out, 37.2 overs (Shah Ali Zafar 91, {102b, 17x4}; Ghulam Rehman 5-49, Asif Fawad 2-14, Nisar Ahmed 2-61) and 169 all out, 48 overs (Anas Mehmood 46, {65b, 9x4}; Babar Rehman 21, {35b, 3x4}; Ahmed Iqbal 20, {47b, 3x4}; Nisar Ahmed 4-72, Manzoor Khan 2-23, Ghulam Rehman 2-45)

    Sabir’s Poultry: 84 all out, 27.3 overs (Imran Nazir 32, {26b, 7x4}; Babar Rehman 4-20, Husbaan Javed 4-28, Khalid Mehmood 2-36) and 236-6, 61.1 overs (Hashim Ibrahim 90, {142b, 8x4, 2x6}; Ali Zaryab 62 not out, {111b, 5x4}; Imran Dogar 58, {86b, 7x4, 1x6}; Ali Zaryab 38 not out, {76b, 2x4} Khalid Mahmood 2-18)

    Result: Sabir’s Poultry won by 7 wickets
    Overnight: Sabir’s Poultry: 182-2, 50 overs
    Toss: Sabir’s Poultry elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Muhamamd Basit & Muhammad Kaleem
    Referee: Mujahid Jamshed

    Please note the Semi-Finals and Final of the tournament will be played on 28-30 April and 2-5 May, respectively

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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II: CAA fined PKR100,000, Gohar Ali banned for two years



    Lahore, 26 April 2019:

    The Pakistan Cricket Board today fined Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) PKR100,000 for fielding an ineligible player Gohar Ali, who has been banned from participating in all PCB or city/district cricket association-organised events for two years.

    The CAA had fielded Gohar Ali in their nine-wicket victory over Pakistan Navy in the Patron’s Trophy Grade-II opener at the UBL Sports Complex in Karachi from 14-16 April.

    Following the conclusion of the match, Pakistan Navy had lodged a protest, complaining breach of 2(a) of the PCB Playing Conditions and Rules for Domestic Tournaments, which reads as: “A player shall be bonafide employee of such department/service organization or, if contracted, must have minimum one-year contract or seasonal contract i.e. 1 October 2017 to 30 April 2018. Such player shall not be the employee of any other organization whether playing in domestic cricket or no.”

    The decision against CAA and Gohar Ali was announced today following a detailed enquiry in which it was proven that the player had accepted a CAA contract despite being a full-time employee of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Police.

    The PCB decision also means the nine points, which CAA had gained, have been awarded to Pakistan Navy, as per 5(b) of the PCB Playing Conditions and Rules for Domestic Tournaments, which reads as: “The team for which a player is in (a) above has played will be declared loser and full match points will be awarded to the opponent. The defaulter team will be allowed to play the remaining pool matches but would not be allowed to play in the next round/semi-final/final, even though it wins all remaining pool matches of the tournament.”

    Semi-final line-up (28-30 May):

    Pakistan Navy v State Bank of Pakistan, Diamond Club Ground, Islamabad

    HEC v Sabir’s Poultry, Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi


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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II, Semi-finals, Day One Summary

    ●Imran Nazir and Sahibzada Farhan hit centuries for Sabir’s Poultry and State Bank of Pakistan, respectively
    ●Muhammad Ilyas claims five wickets for State Bank of Pakistan

    Lahore, 28 April 2019:

    The first semi-final of Patron’s Trophy Grade-II was held at the Pindi Stadium in Rawalpindi on Sunday between Sabir’s Poultry and Higher Education Commission. Sabir’s Poultry, after being put into bat were bowled out for 346 in 80.5 overs. Imran Nazir scored a century off 111 balls with 14 fours. He added 139 runs for the fifth wicket with Irfan Haider, who scored a 100-ball 65 with nine fours and a six. For Higher Education Commission, Bilal Anwar took three for 75 in his 22 overs. In reply, Higher Education Commission at stumps were 42 for one.

    Meanwhile in the second semi-final between State Bank of Pakistan and Pakistan Navy at the Diamond Cricket Ground in Islamabad, fast bowlers Muhammad Ilyas took five for 29 and Taj Wali bagged four for 12 as Pakistan Navy, after being sent into bat were dismissed for 52 in 15.3 overs. In turn, State Bank of Pakistan at stumps were 436 for four in 69 overs. For State Bank of Pakistan, Sahibzada Farhan top-scored with 157 that came off 137 ball and included 22 fours and a six. Farhan put on 152 run-stand for the second wicket with Muhammad Nawaz (62). Syed Saad Ali also contributed with a 77 not out of 73 balls with six fours and two sixes.

    Scores in brief:

    First Semi-final

    AT PINDI STADIUM, RAWALPINDI:

    Sabir’s Poultry: 346 all out, 80.5 overs (Imran Nazir 100, {111b, 14x4}; Irfan Haider 65, {100b, 9x4, 1x6}; Imran Dogar 59, {95b, 9x4}; Yawar Bashir 38, {51b, 6x4}; Bilal Anwar 3-75, Asfand Mehran 2-67, Mamoon Riaz 2-84)

    Higher Education Commission: 42 for one, 7 overs (Hammad Butt 27 not out, {23b, 4x4})

    Toss: Higher Education Commission elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Saleem Butt and Hakeem Shah
    Referee: Fazal Akbar Shah

    Second Semi-final

    AT DIAMOND GROUND, ISLAMABAD:

    Pakistan Navy: 52 all out, 15.3 overs (Muhammad Ilyas 5-29, Taj Wali 4-12)

    State Bank of Pakistan: 436-4, 69 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 157, {137b, 22x4, 1x6}; Syed Saad Ali 77 not out, {73b, 6x4, 2x6}; Rohail Nazir 75, {79b, 6x4, 2x6}; Muhammad Nawaz 62, {75b, 7x4, 1x6}; Israrullah 39, {44b, 7x4}; Latif Jonejo 2-96)

    Toss: State Bank of Pakistan elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Akmal Hayat and Mir Dad
    Referee: Allah Ditto

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    Patron’s Trophy Grade-II, Semi-finals, Day Two Summary

    ·Taj Wali four-for on day two takes State Bank of Pakistan to the finals, Nisar Ahmed claims five wickets for Sabir’s Poultry
    ·Hammad Butt scores century and share 185-run partnership with Mohammad Faiq for Higher Education Commission

    Lahore, 29 April 2019:

    In the first semi-final match between Higher Education Commission and Sabir’s Poultry at the Pindi Cricket Stadium in Rawalpindi on Monday. Higher Education Commission resumed their innings at overnight score of 42 for one and finished at 352 for eight in 83 overs. Hammad Butt hit 27 fours in his 214-ball 172. He added 185 runs for the second wicket with Mohammad Faiq, who scored 79 off 90 balls with 11 fours. For Sabir’s Poultry, Nisar Ahmad took five for 112. In reply, Sabir’s Poultry at stumps were 37 for no loss in five overs.

    State Bank of Pakistan qualified for the Patron’s Trophy Grade-II final when they defeated Pakistan Navy by an innings and 172 runs on the second day at the Diamond Ground in Islamabad. State Bank of Pakistan added one run to their overnight score and lost a wicket before declaring at 437 for five in 69.2 overs. In reply, Pakistan Navy were bowled out for 213 in 49.5 overs. Abdul Saad top-scored with 52 that came off 41 balls and included two fours and five sixes. For State Bank of Pakistan, Taj Wali was the pick of the bowlers with figures of four for 42 in 8.5 overs in second innings

    Scores in brief:

    First Semi-final

    ·AT PINDI STADIUM, RAWALPINDI:

    Sabir’s Poultry: (1st innings) 346 all out, 80.5 overs (Imran Nazir 100, {111b, 14x4}; Irfan Haider 65, {100b, 9x4, 1x6}; Imran Dogar 59, {95b, 9x4}; Yawar Bashir 38, {51b, 6x4}; Bilal Anwar 3-75, Asfand Mehran 2-67, Mamoon Riaz 2-84) and 37 for no loss, 5 overs

    Higher Education Commission: (1st innings) 352-8, 83 overs (Hammad Butt 172, {214b, 27x4}, Muhammad Faiq 79, {90b, 11x4}; Arsalan Zia 35, {86b, 4x4}; Sajid Khan 22 not out {25b, 4x4}; Nisar Ahmed 5-112)

    Overnight: Higher Education Commission: 42 for one, 7 overs
    Toss: Higher Education Commission elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Saleem Butt and Hakeem Shah
    Referee: Fazal Akbar Shah

    Second Semi-final

    ·AT DIAMOND GROUND, ISLAMABAD:

    Pakistan Navy: (1st innings) 52 all out, 15.3 overs (Muhammad Ilyas 5-29, Taj Wali 4-12) and 213 all out, 49.3 overs (Abdul; Saad 52, {41b, 2x4, 5x6}; Hamza Ghanchi 37, {54b, 7x4}; Latif Junejo 37, {66b, 5x4}; Waseem Ahmed 35, {44b, 7x4}; Taj Wali 4-42, Muhammad Ilyas 2-27)

    State Bank of Pakistan: (1st innings) 437-5, declare 69.2 overs (Sahibzada Farhan 157, {137b, 22x4, 1x6}; Syed Saad Ali 77 not out, {73b, 6x4, 2x6}; Rohail Nazir 75, {79b, 6x4, 2x6}; Muhammad Nawaz 62, {75b, 7x4, 1x6}; Israrullah 39, {44b, 7x4}; Latif Jonejo 2-96)

    Result: State Bank of Pakistan won by an innings and 172 runs
    Overnight: State Bank of Pakistan: 436-4, 69 overs
    Toss: State Bank of Pakistan elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Akmal Hayat and Mir Dad
    Referee: Allah Ditto

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    Lahore, 30 April 2019:

    The final of the Patron’s Trophy Grade-II tournament 2018-19 will commence from Thursday, 2 May at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi, State Bank will take on Higher Education Commission in the final.

    HEC joined State Bank in the final after their semi-final match against Sabir’s Poultry ended in a draw at the Pindi Stadium on Tuesday. HEC qualified for the final on the basis of their first innings lead.

    On the third and final day, HEC ended their second innings at 112 for eight in 43.4 overs, Sabir’s Poultry had set HEC a 201-run target after they were bowled out for 206 in 43. 4 overs in their second innings. For HEC, Mamoon Riaz took five wickets in Sabir Poultry’s second innings.

    Hammad Butt scored 51 for HEC in their second innings while Ghulam Rehman took four for 17 for Sabir’s Poultry.

    Scores in brief:

    Sabir’s Poultry: 346 all out, 80.5 overs (Imran Nazir 100, {111b, 14x4}; Irfan Haider 65, {100b, 9x4, 1x6}; Imran Dogar 59, {95b, 9x4}; Yawar Bashir 38, {51b, 6x4}; Bilal Anwar 3-75, Asfand Mehran 2-67, Mamoon Riaz 2-84) and 206 all out, 43.4 overs (Imran Dogar 37, {54b, 2x4}; Nisar Ahmed 36, {21b, 2x4, 3x6}; Ali Zaryab 27, {34b 3x4}; Asif Fawad 20, {43b, 2x4}; Mamoon Riaz 5-67, Sharoon Siraj 3-27, Kamran Afzal 2-14)

    Higher Education Commission: 352-8, 83 overs (Hammad Butt 172, {214b, 27x4}, Muhammad Faiq 79, {90b, 11x4}; Arsalan Zia 35, {86b, 4x4}; Sajid Khan 22 not out {25b, 4x4}; Nisar Ahmed 5-112) and 112-8, 43.4 overs (Hammad Butt 51, {54b, 7x4}; Ghulam Rehman 4-17, Nisar Ahmed 2-40, Manzoor Khan 2-53)

    Result: Match drawn
    Overnight: Sabir’s Poultry (2nd innings): 37 for no loss, 5 overs
    Toss: Higher Education Commission, elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Saleem Butt and Hakeem Shah
    Referee: Fazal Akbar Shah

    Final:
    02-05 (Four-day match) May, 2019: State Bank of Pakistan vs. Higher Education Commission at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi.

    Match officials for the final: Nasar Khan and Muhammad Kaleem umpires, Ali Naqvi match referee and Shakeel Ahmed official scorer.

    Prize money:
    Winner: Rs 500,000
    Runners-up: Rs 250,000
    Player of the final: Rs 50,000
    Best Batsman: Rs 50,000
    Best Bowler: Rs 50,000
    Best Wicketkeeper: Rs 50,000

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    State Bank and Higher Education Commission to feature in four-day Patron’s Trophy Grade-II final

    • Both captains eyeing the tournament trophy, four day final starts at the Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi from Thursday.
    • PCB to provide close of play scores and summary.

    Lahore, 1 May 2019:

    The four-day final of the Patron’s Trophy Grade II tournament will commence at the Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi from Thursday, 2 May. State Bank of Pakistan and Higher Education Commission sealed their places in the final after two contrasting semi-finals.

    The star-studded State Bank outfit outplayed Pakistan Navy with-in two days to sail through the final, HEC on the other hand had to fight till the very last moments of the third day to overcome Sabir’s Poultry in the other semi-final.

    Sabir’s Poultry had set HEC a 201-run target in the final two sessions of the match, their bowlers then reduced HEC to 112 for eight before the match was declared a draw as the Sabir’s Poultry bowlers ran out of time to dismiss the opposition and claim an outright win. HEC qualified for the final on the basis of their six-run first innings lead.

    HEC captain Asfand Mehran is looking forward to a competitive final against State Bank. He hopes that his team will continue the good work in the big game.

    “The Almighty has blessed us with a place in the final. This has been a total team effort from HEC, I don’t want to single out anyone in particular as everyone including the management, the reserve players and the eleven that has featured in the games leading up to the final have put in a big effort.

    We hope to continue the same way against a formidable opponent in the final. State Bank will be a challenge for us but I have full confidence in my players, “Asfand said.

    State Bank is being captained by Pakistan ODI batsman Saad Ali who made his international debut in the recently concluded ODI series against Australia in the UAE. Saad praised his team’s combined effort and is hopeful of a similar show in the final.

    “We have performed well, I am happy with my own performance, the likes of Mohammad Nawaz, Usman Salahuddin have done very well with the bat. Among the bowlers Mohammad Ilyas, Taj Wali and Basit have shown great commitment and skill. Nawaz has chipped in as an all-rounder for us.

    “We are one match away from winning the title and are focused on the game. I also want to thank our management for their unflinching support throughout the season.” Saad said.

    Saad has contributed 349 runs in five innings so far with the help of one century. The tournament’s batting charts are topped by Sabir’s Poultry batsman Mohammad Imran who amassed 450 runs at 64.29 in eight innings with the help of one century.

    PIA’s Shehzar Mohammad is at the second spot, in five innings, the opening batsman scored 365 runs with the help of two centuries, his tournament average stands at 91.25. HEC top scorer is right-handed batsman Fahad Usman. In seven innings before the final, Fahad scored 343 runs at 57.17, including two centuries.

    Sabir’s Poultry fast bowler Nisar Ahmad is on the top of the bowling charts, the right-armer claimed 28 wickets in four matches at 16.04. Civil Aviation Authority’s Ahsan Jamil collected 25 wickets in three games at 14.84.

    Mohammad Ilyas has taken 20 wickets in four games for State Bank while HEC’s best bowler is Mamoon Riaz with a tally of 17 wickets in four games.


    Patron’s Trophy Grade II final:


    02-05 (Four-day match) May, 2019: State Bank of Pakistan vs. Higher Education Commission at Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi.

    Match officials for the final: Nasar Khan and Muhammad Kaleem umpires, Ali Naqvi match referee and Shakeel Ahmed official scorer.

    Prize money:

    Winner: Rs 500,000
    Runners-up: Rs 250,000
    Player of the final: Rs 50,000
    Best Batsman: Rs 50,000
    Best Bowler: Rs 50,000
    Best Wicketkeeper: Rs 50,000


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    State Bank dominate opening day of Patron’s Trophy Grade II final

    Lahore, 2 May 2019:

    State Bank of Pakistan took charge of the Patron’s Trophy Grade II 2018-19 final on the very first day by amassing a first innings total 0f 392 for six in their allotted 83 overs against Higher Education Commission at the Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi on Thursday.

    State Bank captain Saad Ali and Naved Yaseen scored centuries to help their team to their commanding total. Saad’s 105 came off 146 balls and included 10 fours and one six.

    Naved remained unbeaten on 118, his 96-ball innings included 11 fours and six sixes. Sahibzada Farhan scored 90 off 95 balls with the help of 13 fours and one six. Mamoon Riaz with two wickets for 81 runs was the most successful HEC bowler.

    At stumps on the first-day of the four-day final, HEC had reached 26 for no loss in five overs.

    Scores in brief:


    Final

    AT PINDI STADIUM, RAWALPINDI:

    State Bank of Pakistan: (1st innings) 392-6, 83 overs (Naved Yaseen 118 not out, {96b, 11x4, 6x6}; Saad Ali, 105, {146b, 10x4, 1x6}; Sahibzada Farhan 90, {95b, 13x4, 1x6}; Rohail Nazir 36, {83b, 5x4, 1x6}; Mamoon Riaz 2-81)


    Higher Education Commission: (1st innings) 26 for no loss, 5 overs


    Toss: Higher Education Commission elected to bowl first
    Umpires: Nasar Khan and Muhammad Kaleem
    Referee: Ali Naqvi

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    State Bank gain big first innings lead over HEC in Patron’s Trophy Grade II final

    Lahore, 3 May 2019:

    State Bank of Pakistan gained a potentially decisive 109-run first innings lead over Higher Education Commission on the second day of the four-day Patron’s Trophy Grade II 2018-19 final at the Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi on Friday.

    State Bank bowlers restricted HEC to 283 for 8 in the first innings allocation of 83 overs. On day two, HEC had resumed their first innings on the overnight score of 26 for no loss. Mohammad Faiq and Hamza Akbar hit half centuries for HEC but it was the combined bowling effort of State Bank’s Mohammad Ilyas (two for 72) and Israrullah (two for 26) that pegged them back.

    Faiq hit eight fours and a six in his 141-ball 82 while Hamza scored an unbeaten 56 off 61 balls with six fours.

    State Bank reached 34 for the loss of one wicket in their second innings at close of play, taking their overall lead to 143 runs with two days play left in the game. On day one State Bank had scored 392 for the loss of eight wickets in their first innings allocation of 83 overs.

    Scores in brief:

    Final

    AT PINDI STADIUM, RAWALPINDI:

    State Bank of Pakistan: (1st innings) 392-6, 83 overs (Naved Yasin 118 not out, {96b, 11x4, 6x6}; Saad Ali 105, {146b, 10x4, 1x6}; Sahibzada Farhan 90, {95b, 13x4, 1x6}; Rohail Nazir 36, {83b, 5x4, 1x6}; Mamoon Riaz 2-81) and 34-1, 10 overs.

    Higher Education Commission: (1st innings) 283-8, 83 overs (Mohammad Faiq 82, {141b, 8x4, 1x6}; Hamza Akbar 56 not out, {139b, 6x4}; Hammad Butt 44, {58b, 7x4}; Kamran Afzal 40, {66b, 4x4, 1x6}; Israrullah 2-26, Mohammad Ilyas 2-72)

    Toss: Higher Education Commission

    Umpires: Nasar Khan and Muhammad Kaleem

    Referee: Ali Naqvi

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    Saad Ali’s hits centuries in each innings as State Bank take total control of Patron’s Trophy Grade II final

    Lahore, 4 May 2019:

    State Bank captain Saad Ali led from the front adding a second century in the match to give his side a firm grip on the third day of the Patron’s Trophy Grade II 2018-19 final at the Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi against HEC on Saturday.

    State Bank resumed their second innings at 34 from one (lead of 143 runs) on day three of the four-day final. Saad who scored 105 in the first innings made an unbeaten 153 off 190 balls with the help of 21 fours to take his side to a near impregnable position.

    Umer Waheed scored 115 runs off 241 balls with the help of 12 fours while Naved Yasin who had scored an unbeaten century in the first innings made 51 of 93 balls.

    HEC captain Asfand Mehran’s two wicket haul for 82 runs was the best bowling performance of the day from his side.

    By close of play, State Bank had reached 385 for the loss of five wickets in 103 overs. State Bank had managed a 109-run first innings lead, after their run feast in the second innings, their lead currently stands at 494 runs.

    Sunday is the fourth and final day of the match. A draw will be enough to give State Bank the title on the basis of their first innings lead.

    Scores in brief:

    Final, Day three

    AT PINDI STADIUM, RAWALPINDI:

    State Bank of Pakistan: (1st innings) 392-6, 83 overs (Naved Yasin 118 not out, {96b, 11x4, 6x6}; Saad Ali 105, {146b, 10x4, 1x6}; Sahibzada Farhan 90, {95b, 13x4, 1x6}; Rohail Nazir 36, {83b, 5x4, 1x6}; Mamoon Riaz 2-81) and 385-5, 103 overs (Saad Ali 153 not out {190b, 21x4}; Umer Waheed 115, {241b, 12x4}; Naved Yasin 51, {93b, 6x4}; Israrullah 42, {83b, 4x4}; Sahibzada Farhan 20, {24b, 2x4, 1x6}; Asfand Mehran 2-82)

    Higher Education Commission: (1st innings) 283-8, 83 overs (Mohammad Faiq 82, {141b, 8x4, 1x6}; Hamza Akbar 56 not out, {139b, 6x4}; Hammad Butt 44, {58b, 7x4}; Kamran Afzal 40, {66b, 4x4, 1x6}; Israrullah 2-26, Mohammad Ilyas 2-72)

    Overnight: State Bank of Pakistan (2nd innings) 34-1, 10 overs.
    Toss: Higher Education Commission
    Umpires: Nasar Khan and Muhammad Kaleem
    Referee: Ali Naqvi


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    State Bank win Patron’s Trophy Grade II tournament

    Lahore, 5 May 2019:

    State Bank won the final of the Patron’s Trophy Grade II 2018-19 at the Pindi Stadium, Rawalpindi on Sunday by a massive 499-run margin as Higher Education Commission were bowled out for 103 runs in their second innings on the fourth and final day of the match.

    State Bank resumed their second innings at 385 for the loss of five wickets on day four. State Bank were bowled out for 493 runs, setting HEC an improbable 603-run target.

    On day four, State Bank’s captain Saad Ali completed his double-century, he was eventually dismissed for 220 off 278 balls, his innings included 29 fours. Kamran Afzal and Asfand Mehran took four wickets each for HEC, conceding 105 and 136 runs respectively.

    HEC were then dismissed for 103 runs in their second innings in a mere 20.1 overs. Mohammad Ilyas took four wickets for 72 runs while Basit Ali took three and Israrullah took two wickets. Hamza Akbar with a 29-ball 37 was the highest run scorer for HEC. Asfand Mehran scored 21 runs.

    State Bank collected the winner’s trophy and Rs 500,000 while HEC were given Rs 250,000. Saad was declared the player of the match, the left-handed middle-order batsman also received the best batsman of the tournament’s award for his 674-run tournament tally.

    Sabir’s Poultry bowler Nisar Ahmed who claimed 28 wickets in the tournament was declared the best bowler while HEC’s Hamza who made 18 dismissals (16 catches and two stumpings) was declared the wicketkeeper of the tournament.

    Scores in brief:
    Final, Day Four

    AT PINDI STADIUM, RAWALPINDI:

    State Bank of Pakistan: (1st innings) 392-6, 83 overs (Naved Yasin 118 not out, {96b, 11x4, 6x6}; Saad Ali 105, {146b, 10x4, 1x6}; Sahibzada Farhan 90, {95b, 13x4, 1x6}; Rohail Nazir 36, {83b, 5x4, 1x6}; Mamoon Riaz 2-81) and 493 all out, 133.1 overs (Saad Ali 220 {278b, 29x4}; Umer Waheed 115, {241b, 12x4}; Naved Yasin 51, {93b, 6x4}; Israrullah 42, {83b, 4x4}; Muhammad Nawaz 24, {47b, 3x4, 1x6}; Sahibzada Farhan 20, {24b, 2x4, 1x6}; Kamran Afzal 4-105, Asfand Mehran 4-136)

    Higher Education Commission: (1st innings) 283-8, 83 overs (Mohammad Faiq 82, {141b, 8x4, 1x6}; Hamza Akbar 56 not out, {139b, 6x4}; Hammad Butt 44, {58b, 7x4}; Kamran Afzal 40, {66b, 4x4, 1x6}; Israrullah 2-26, Mohammad Ilyas 2-72) and 103 all out, 20.1 overs (Hamza Akbar 37, {29b, 6x4, 1x6}; Asfand Mehran 21, {20b}; Muhammad Ilyas 4-72, Basit Ali 3-13, Israrullah 2-6)


    Result: State Bank of Pakistan won by 499 runs
    Overnight: State Bank of Pakistan (2nd innings) 385-5, 103 overs.
    Toss: Higher Education Commission
    Umpires: Nasar Khan and Muhammad Kaleem
    Referee: Ali Naqvi

    Prize Money:

    Winner: State Bank of Pakistan (500,000/=)

    Runners-up: Higher Education Commission (250,000/=)

    Player of the match: Saad Ali (SBP) 50,000/=

    Best Batsman: Saad Ali (SBP) 674 runs, 50,000/=

    Best Bowler: Nisar Ahmed (Sabir's Poultry) 28 wickets, 50,000

    Best Wicket-keeper: Muhammad Hamza Akbar (HEC) 16 catches/two stumpings, 50,000



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