In the thrilling 67th AWT National Hockey Championship, jointly organized by the Pakistan Hockey Federation and Army Welfare Trust


In progress at the Lt. Gen. Ishfaq Nadeem Hockey Stadium Rawalpindi. The fourth day of this championship witnessed a series of riveting matches.

In the first match of the day, Punjab B faced off against Balochistan A. Punjab B emerged victorious, securing a resounding 13-0 victory. Hasan Shahbaz stood out for Punjab B, scoring 4 goals, with Shah Jahan, Amjad Ali, and Danesh adding to the tally. The match was supervised by Irfan Tahir, Fahad Ali Khan, and Rizwan Khan.

The second match saw Punjab A clashing with Sindh B. Punjab A emerged triumphant with a score of 8-4 against Sindh B. Ahmad Raza starred for Punjab A, scoring a hat-trick, while Saeed Babar, Yasser Hasim, and Aamer Sahil each contributed a goal. Sindh B’s efforts were led by Ishtiaq, Javaid, and Imad, each netting a goal. The match was overseen by Asad Abbas, Mohammad Bilal, and Abdul Sattar.

In the third match, Punjab Police went head-to-head against Islamabad. Punjab Police secured a 4-1 victory against Islamabad. Tauseef, Rashid, Atif, and Zahid Khan scored for Punjab Police, while Adil netted the sole goal for Islamabad. The match was officiated by Muhammad Salim Anwar Hussain and Officer Ali Khan.

The fourth match of the day was an intense battle between Pakistan Navy and Rangers. Pakistan Navy emerged victorious, defeating Rangers with a score of 4-2. Basharat, Rana Waleed, Haris, and Osman Ali showcased exceptional performance for Pakistan Navy. Dawood scored both goals for Rangers. The match was officiated by umpires Zahid Hameed, Ameer Hamza, and reserve umpire Wasim Abbas.

On October 16th, five more matches are scheduled, promising more thrilling hockey action for the fans. Pakistan Army will take on Gilgit-Baltistan, Sindh A will face off against Rangers, Islamabad will clash with Balochistan B, Pakistan WAPDA will compete against Police, and Azad Jammu and Kashmir will go head-to-head against Pakistan Customs

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