Gaston Moore struck seven times in their match for Master Paints to rattle Guard Rice harmless in the Caanchi & Lugari Polo Cup 2012 here at the Lahore Polo Club ground on…
The mainstream health experts at the Aga Khan University Hospital (AKUH) believe that getting relief from any type of the pain is also a basic human right. They said that despite the…
LAHORE – Diamond Paints thrashed PESSI on the opening day of the Pepsi Challenge Cup Polo 2011 on Tuesday here at the LPC ground. Diamond Paints edged PESSI 7-2 in a convincing win, with Mir Shoaib Ahmad scoring the opening goal.
PESSI’s Sher Alam Mashud got even with a long chase goal but Hamza Mawaz Khan against provided the lead to Diamond. Hassan Ali Farrukh start the second chukker with a goal, but Hamza againt came up with a solo effort to level the score.
LAHORE – Master Paints dethroned defending champions Colony Sugar 8-7 in the final of the Bank Alfalah National Polo Championship for the Quaid-e-Azam Gold Cup here at the Lahor Polo Club’s Aibak Ground on Sunday.
Masters Paints not only regained the title after nearly a decade, but also notched their third title of the season. They won two titles earlier this season. The winner’s trophy was handed over to them by Governor Punjab Sardar Latif Khan Khosa who graced the occasion as
LAHORE – Master Paints’ relentless progress towards the final of the Bank Alfalah National Polo Championship for the Quaid-e-Azam Gold Cup 2011 continued as they regained the top slot in the points table. Defending champions Colony Sugar were placed second at the close of the matches on Thursday. Master Paints hammered 14 goals in response to Army/Askari Bank’s 8. It was Gaston Moore who banged nine goals, some of them solo. His team-mates Hissam Ali Hyder and Sufi Muhammad Haris came
PESHAWAR – Highlighting outcomes of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government’s practical steps for the promotion of agriculture sector Saturday, provincial minister Arbab Mohammad Ayub Jan said it resulted in combating the decades old issue of wheat-flour shortage and unprecedented increase in fruit and vegetable production.
“Despite flood havocs and insurgency, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is self-sufficient in wheat-flour and other agriculture items,” Arbab remarked while addressing in Peshawar
ISLAMABAD – Industries and Production Minister Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani told the National Assembly in a written report on Wednesday that 651 industrial units had been shut down in 2009-10. The minister reported that 70 units were shut down in Punjab, 260 in Sindh, 307 in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa and 14 in Balochistan because of shortage of energy, deteriorating law and order, the global recession and marketing problems.
The Education Ministry told the house that Pakistan had one of the
LAHORE – Master Paints clinched the second title of the season on Sunday when they beat PICIC Insurance in the final of the Aibak Cup Tournament at the Lahore Polo Club. Guard Group/Diamond Paints secured third place. Minister for Defence Ahmad Mukhtar was the chief guest and handed over the trophy to the Master Paints team.
Argentinean seven-goaler Gaston Moore masterminded the Master Paints win. He smacked four goals in the 5-2 win for his side. Rual LaPlacette hit the two
LAHORE – The combined team of Guard Rice and Diamond Paints defeated Master Paints and qualified for the final of the Nurpur Polo Cup be played on Sunday. In another match of the day, PIA/SHV Energy defeated Hataff and qualified for the subsidiary final against Frontier Works Organization.
PIA/SHV Energy beat Hataff 9-5 and Guard Rice/Diamond Paints defeated Master Paints 10- 8
LAHORE – Guard Rice/Diamond Paints and Master Paints thrashed their rivals in the
Nurpur Polo Cup here at the Lahore Polo Club ground on Tuesday. Guard Rice/Diamond Paints made the most of the chances that came their way to halt the progress of Hataff and won by four goals to two-and-a-half.
Master Paints defeated PIA/SHV Energy by eight-and-a-half goals to seven. After going goalless in the opening chukker, Hataff and Guard Rice/Diamond Paints got even in the second with
LAHORE – Ciro’s Pomodoro displayed top quality polo to qualify for the main final of the Caanchi & Lugari Pakistan Polo Cup to be played on Sunday (January 23). Despite being a low ranked team, Ciro’s Pomodoro put up a spirited effort to grab 11-7 win against Guard Group/Master Paints. They enjoyed two goals in handicap but their field goals and there field goals were no less in merit.
Although it was a team effort but Hamza Mawaz Khan played the lead role in the match for
LAHORE – Guard Group/Diamond Paints defeated the President’s Bodyguards in the Caanchi & Lugari Pakistan Polo Cup here on Wednesday. Playing at the Lahore Polo Club ground, Guard Group/Diamond Paints scored eight goals and allowed their rivals just four who also enjoyed two-and-a-half goal advantage. Despite the lead, only Lt. Col.
Asif Zahoor played the lead role in The President’s Bodyguards line-up as he scored all the four goals while the other three in the team made little
LAHORE – Master Paints enjoyed a sunny Wednesday in the Cool & Cool Lahore Open Polo Cup, with two back to back wins here at the LPC ground. National Bank, Rijas and Marlboro, too made their presence felt with wins.
As many as seven teams featured in the two four-chukker matches and three two-quarter games. Masters clinched both of its two quarter category matches with ease. They first beat Frontier Scouts 4-2 and then moved past Marlboro with an identical sore of 4-2.
LAHORE – National Bank, Rijas and Guard Group/Diamond Paints won their matches on the opening day of The Cool & Cool Lahore Open Polo Cup that began here at the LPC ground on Monday. National Bank defeated Master Paints 8-7 with goals coming from Shiraz Qureshi, Shahid Hayat and Ahmed Ali Tiwana while the scorers from the losing side were Sufi Muhammad Haris and Ahmed Nawaz Tiwana and Sufi Muhammad Aamir. Rijas defeated Frontier Scouts 6-3 with Saqib Khan Khakwani playing the major
LAHORE – Master Paints Whites stunned Guards Group-Diamond Paints by 6
LAHORE – Hissam Ali Hyder led Master Paints Whites to the final of the Toyota Cup Polo Tournament 2011 after a closely-contested match against The Bank of Punjab here on Saturday at the LPC ground.
Master Paints Whites scored six goals against BoP’s five and a half. Hissam produced four goals while one each came from Sufi Muhammad Haris and Lt. Col. Raja Nadeem. Rivals BoP remained at their heels throughout the four chukkers, with Shah Qubilai Alam, Hamza Mawaz Khan and Waseem
LAHORE – Master Paints Whites and The Bank of Punjab took a step ahead after beating PICIC Insurance and Lahore Garrison, respectively in the Toyota Cup Polo Tournament on Thursday.
Hissam Ali Hyder began the match with a hat-trick in Whites’ 7-4 win over PICIC Insurance. Hissam scored a total of six goals, while the remaining one goal came from Abdul Rehman. Saqib Khan Khakwani, with his three goals and Naveed M Sheikh, with one, scored for the losing side.