Is­lam­abad, Sindh to lock horns in U-17 Football C’ship fi­nal

Pakistan Observer - - SPORTS -

IS­LAM­ABAD—Is­lam­abad and Sindh cruised into the fi­nal of In­ter Pro­vin­cial Un­der-17 Cham­pi­onship by de­feat­ing their re­spec­tive op­po­nents in semi­fi­nals at City Park Ground Gil­git on Mon­day.

Ac­cord­ing to in­for­ma­tion re­ceived here, in the first semi­fi­nal Is­lam­abad de­feated Balochis­tan 4-3 on penalty kicks. Both the teams failed to score any goal in the two halves.

Hence, the match was de­cided on penalty kicks. Is­lam­abad’s Osama Naeem, Roul­lah, Hassan Shereen and Nofil scored one goal apiece, while one goal each was scored by Balochis­tan Naveed, Gulzar and Sul­tan.

In the se­cond semi­fi­nal, Sindh beat Gil­git-Baltistan 4-3. In the 29th minute of first half She­har­yar scored first goal for Sindh. The score was equal­ized af­ter the in­ter­val when Gil­gitBaltistan’s Saqlain Ab­bas scored a goal for his team.

The match was also de­cided on penalty kicks with Saeed, She­har­yar and Junaid score one goal each for Sindh and Shah Sawar and Mur­taza scor­ing one goal apiece for Gil­git-Baltistan.—APP Ry­der Cup and the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro af­ter his win in the Euro­pean PGA Cham­pi­onship at Went­worth on Sun­day.

Wood put him­self in the frame for a place in the Euro­pean team, un­der Dar­ren Clarke at Hazel­tine, with his one mil­lion euro ($1.11 mil­lion) prize money, but still has to over­take one of Danny Wil­lett and Justin Rose in the

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