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National Polo championship

Master, Diamond Paints/Newage victorious. By Our correspondent. LAHORE: Master Paints Black and Diamond Paints/Newage won the opening matches of the International Steels National Open Polo Championship for Quaid-i-Azam Gold Cup 2019 played.

In the first match of the day, Master Paints Black trounced BBJ Pipes by 10-2.Master Paints Black were off to flying start as they dominated the match right from the word go by scoring a brace through Matias and Raja Temur to take 2-0 lead. Raja Temur and Ahmed Ali then added one goal more in the tally to enhance their lead to 4-0.Master Paints Black continued their dominance in the third chukker as well as they hammered a hat-trick – two by Matias and one by Ahmed Ali – to enhance their lead to 7-0.The fourth chukker saw both the teams scoring one goal each to make it 8-1.
Ahmed Ali converted one for Master Paints Black and Mumtaz Abbas one for BBJ Pipes.In the fifth and last chukker, Master Paints Black added two more goals through Matias in their tally to stretch their lead 10-1 while Nicolas converted one for BBJ Pipes to finish the match at 10-2.
Nicolas Scortichini and Martin Fewster supervised the match as field umpires while Shah Qublai Alam was match referee. In the second match of the day, Diamond Paints/Newage came from behind to win the match by a close margin of 8-7 against Barry’s.

Salvador Ulloa and Hissam Ali Hyder emerged as joint heroes for Diamond Paints/Newage as they fired in fantastic four goals each to guide their team to victory while from the losing side, Bautista Bayuger hammered double hat-trick and Raja Samiullah contributed one but their efforts were futile in the end when their side lost the match by just one-goal margin of 7-8. Barry’s scored the opening goal of the match through Bautista to take 1-0 lead.
But Diamond Paints/Newage fought back well and banged in a brace through Salvador to get back 2-1 lead. The second chukker was dominated fully by Diamond Paints/Newage as they hammered a hat-trick to stretch their lead to 5-1.
Hissam converted two goals and Salvador one for the winning side. The only of the thrid chukker came from Barry’s when Bautista fired in a field goal to reduce the margin to 5-2.In the fourth chukker, Barry’s came from behind to score fabulous four goals to pull back 6-5 lead. Bautista hammered a hat-trick and Raja Sami struck one.
In the fifth and last chukker, Barry’s added one more in their tally to enhance their lead to 7-5. Diamond Paints/Newage then bounced back in style and hammered a hat-trick to win the match by 8-7.
Hissam Hyder struck two and Salvador one goal. Nicolas Scortichini and Martin Fewster were field umpires and Shah Qublai Alam match referee.
Master, Diamond Paints/Newage victorious
LAHORE: Master Paints Black and Diamond Paints/Newage won the opening matches of the International Steels National Open Polo Championship for Quaid-i-Azam Gold Cup 2019 played here at Lahore Polo Club ground on Wednesday.In the first match of the day, Master Paints Black trounced BBJ Pipes by 10-2.Master Paints Black were off to flying start as they dominated the match right from the word go by scoring a brace through Matias and Raja Temur to take 2-0 lead. Raja Temur and Ahmed Ali then added one goal more in the tally to enhance their lead to 4-0.Master Paints Black continued their dominance in the third chukker as well as they hammered a hat-trick – two by Matias and one by Ahmed Ali – to enhance their lead to 7-0.The fourth chukker saw both the teams scoring one goal each to make it 8-1.
Ahmed Ali converted one for Master Paints Black and Mumtaz Abbas one for BBJ Pipes.In the fifth and last chukker, Master Paints Black added two more goals through Matias in their tally to stretch their lead 10-1 while Nicolas converted one for BBJ Pipes to finish the match at 10-2.Nicolas Scortichini and Martin Fewster supervised the match as field umpires while Shah Qublai Alam was match referee. In the second match of the day, Diamond Paints/Newage came from behind to win the match by a close margin of 8-7 against Barry’s.
Salvador Ulloa and Hissam Ali Hyder emerged as joint heroes for Diamond Paints/Newage as they fired in fantastic four goals each to guide their team to victory while from the losing side, Bautista Bayuger hammered double hat-trick and Raja Samiullah contributed one but their efforts were futile in the end when their side lost the match by just one-goal margin of 7-8. Barry’s scored the opening goal of the match through Bautista to take 1-0 lead.But Diamond Paints/Newage fought back well and banged in a brace through Salvador to get back 2-1 lead. The second chukker was dominated fully by Diamond Paints/Newage as they hammered a hat-trick to stretch their lead to 5-1.
Hissam converted two goals and Salvador one for the winning side. The only of the thrid chukker came from Barry’s when Bautista fired in a field goal to reduce the margin to 5-2.In the fourth chukker, Barry’s came from behind to score fabulous four goals to pull back 6-5 lead. Bautista hammered a hat-trick and Raja Sami struck one.In the fifth and last chukker, Barry’s added one more in their tally to enhance their lead to 7-5. Diamond Paints/Newage then bounced back in style and hammered a hat-trick to win the match by 8-7.Hissam Hyder struck two and Salvador one goal. Nicolas Scortichini and Martin Fewster were field umpires and Shah Qublai Alam match referee.

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Apex court orders anti-encroachment drive to continue

The hearing related to the anti-encroachment drive was held before the three-member-bench, headed by Justice Mushir Alam and comprising Justice Faisal Arab and Justice Ijaz ul Ahsan at the Supreme Court’s Karachi registry.
The Sindh Advocate-General, Karachi Mayor Waseem Akhtar and Sindh Building Control Authority Director-General Iftikhar Kaimkhani appeared before the court.
As the hearing was ongoing, Justice Alam remarked that business organisations and restaurants had been established on small plots. We also wish that Karachi be restored to its original form and the liveliness of the city return, he remaked.There is no place left to walk in the streets, he said, adding that the SBCA had failed at its job.The court ordered the chief secretary to supervise the operation and clear the debris in the aftermath of the anti-encroachment campaigns immediately from Bagh Ibne-Qasim, as well as other parts of the city.The court remarked that the chief secretary should ensure the cooperation and consultation between the various government departments and civic bodies. No organisation should interfere in the anti-encroachment operation or the removal of the debris, said the court.
SC orders top officials to clear Karachi of encroachment Seeking assistance,The Sindh Advocate-General informed the court that the provincial government was seeking assistance from experts to restore Karachi to its actual form. Suggestions from experts have been taken at a consultative meeting held on January 1, earlier this year.The AG added that a human tragedy could occur if action was taken without proper planning and asked for time to plan the campaign. The SBCA also asked for another eight weeks to plan and execute the operation.
Justice Alam remarked that he would request the chief justice himself that the case be transferred to the related bench and the agencies be given time for the operation.Illegal structures: Anti-encroachment drive starts in residential areasMarriage hallsBesides, the same bench also heard a petition to review the SCs earlier order to raze all marriage halls constructed on military land.The petitioners counsel, Rasheed A Rizvi, argued that the orders to raze the marriage halls had been passed without hearing their arguments. We will satisfy the court, therefore our arguments should also be heard, he pleaded.
Justice Alam remarked that they would not pass any orders at the moment. The court subsequently issued notices to the Sindh Advocate-General and others to seek their response over the demolition of the marriage halls.On January 24, a two-member bench, comprising Justice Gulzar Ahmed and Justice Sajjad Ali Shah, had ordered razing of all the marriage halls built on Karachis Sharae Faisal and Rashid Minhas Road, besides cinemas, plazas and other commercial establishments built in cantonment areas.In its written order, a copy of which is available with The Express Tribune, the court had also sought reports on the demolition of the Global Marquees on Emergency Military Medical Supplies Land for Sindh and Balochistan.The order further stipulated that all cantonment lands meant for cantonment purposes are to be used only for cantonment purposes and not for any other use.th, 2019.

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