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Islamabad Leopards and Abbottabad falcons win their matches in National Twenty-20 cricket tournament in Karachi.

Islamabad leopards beat AJK jaguars by 34 runs in group c match. AJK jaguars won the toss and sent leopards into bat. Batting first, Islamabad leopards scored 149 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in allotted 20 over's. Zohaib Ahmed remained top scorer with unbeaten 46 runs. He smashed five boundaries in his innings. Imad Wasim hit 27 while opener Afaq Raheem made 20 runs. For AJK Jaguars Arsalan Arif and Naqash Basharat took two wickets each. In reply, AJK Jaguars were bowled out for 115 runs in 19 over's. Hasan Raza scored 28 runs. For Islamabad Leopards, Raza Hasan and Shehzad Azam bagged three wickets each while Umar Gul and Junaid Nadir took one wicket each. In the second match of the day, Abbottabad Falcons beat Bahawalpur stags by 52 runs. Batting first, Abbottabad falcons made 174 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in allotted 20 over's. Fakhar Zaman remained top scorer with 60 runs. In reply, Bahawalpur stags made 122 runs for the loss of 9 wickets in 20 over's. Ahmed Jamal bagged three while Fazl-e-Rabbi and Shakeel Ahmed took two wickets each. In the other matches, Lahore Lions will face Dera Murad Jamali Ibexes and Lahore Eagles will lock horns against Peshawar Panthers. PTV Sports is telecasting the matches live.

 

Pakistan's Shah Hussain Shah lost his quarter final match in men's judo 100 kilogram category of Asian games 2014 in Incheon.

Rakov maxim of Kazakhstan beat shah Hussain by 100-nil. Earlier, Shah Hussain Shah defeated Tawfiq Bakhshi of Afghanistan in pre-quarter final round. Shah Hussain will now play Repechage table a match. In rowing lightweight men's single sculls Pakistan's Abdul Rehman finished fifth. Only top two players qualify for the next round. In women's 10 meter air rifle shooting event, Minhal Sohail finished 22nd while Nadira Raees remained on 53rd place. In swimming event all Pakistani swimmers lose their heats. In women's 50 meter butterfly Areeba Shaikh finished sixth out of six swimmers. In men's 50 meter backstroke heat, Muhammad Asif finished on the last place. In women's 100 meter freestyle heat, Areeba Shaikh of Pakistan stands on 7th place. In men's 69 kg weightlifting Pakistan Abu Sufyan finished 6th with the total weight of 248 kg.

 
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