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NBP, Army score wins in Memorial Hockey
 
 
 
NBP, Army score wins in Memorial Hockey


LAHORE - National Bank of Pakistan (NBP), Pakistan Army and Wapda-A won registered triumphs on the fifth day of the 1st Brig Manzoor Hussain Atif Memorial Hockey Tournament at the Sargodha Hockey Stadium on Thursday. According to information made available here Thursday, NBP crushed Police 12-0, Army defeated Railways 4-1 while Wapda-A beat Navy 3-1. The opening match between NBP and Police was a one-sided affair. NBP’s Forward M Dilber amused the spectators with a hat-trick, scoring all field goals in the 15th, 16th and 19th minutes. Tousiq Ashraf and M Zubair scored two goals apiece. Akhtar Ali, Arslan Qadir, Ali Shan and Hafiz Rizwan were the other scorers. Army was too good for Railways to win the second match. Though Railways took lead through a goal in the 17th minute by Mubashar off a penalty corner but failed to exert pressure on Army which bounced back in the 30th minute to score their first goal. Army’s captain Olympian M Imran scored the second goal on penalty corner in the 47th minute. Two goals by M Safeer in the 63rd and 70th minutes helped Army score an easy win. Wapda-A had to toil their sweat to beat Navy in the last match of the day. It was a hotly contested match in which both the teams displayed beautiful passes and stick work that electrified the spectators who appreciated every move. M Adnan scored two goals in the 17th and 61st minutes. Suleman Husain registered the third goal in the 51st minute. M Asif scored the only goal for Navy in the 59th minute. The Navy men missed at least two chances to score the goal. Today’s fixtures: Wapda-B vs Punjab at 11am and Wapda-A vs PAF at 3pm.–Staff Reporter

 
 
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