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PHF to revive Tray Hockey Championship after five years

KARACHI:Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) is looking to revive Tray Hockey Championship after five years. Tray Hockey Championship was federation's important and regular event till 2015. PHF will now be organizing the event from October 20 to 31. The federation is yet to announce the venue. The teams, which will be seen in action during the tournament are Air Force, Mari Petroleum, Railways, Punjab, KP, Sindh, Balochistan, Islamabad, Gilgit-Baltistan, AJK, Customs, PTV, POF, Suit Northern Gas Pipelines, HEC, Zarai Taraqiati Bank, Fauji Foundation and Pakistan Steel Mills. Top three teams from the tournament will qualify for next month's National Championship.

Pakistan defeats Bangladesh 5-0 in last pool match

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Lahore, August 28, 2018 (PPI-OT): Gelora Bung Karno (GBK) Sports Complex, Jakarta, Indonesia: Pakistan maintained their perfect record at the Asian Games Hockey, winning all the five pool matches with big margins. In the last fixture of Pool B, they easily defeated Bangladesh 5-0. The Green Shirts went ahead in the very first minute through Atiq Arshad. It was 3-0 at the half time. Atiq Arshad and Mubashar Ali both scored two goals today. Ali Shan was the other scorer. Semifinals are scheduled on Thursday Pakistan vs Japan. For more information, contact: Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) National Hockey Stadium, Ferozepur Road, Lahore, 54600, Pakistan Tel: +92-42-99231050, +92-42-35754727 Fax: +92-42-35712797 Email: Website:

Pakistan thrash Kazakhstan 16-0

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Lahore, August 24, 2018 (PPI-OT): Gelora Bung Karno (GBK) Sports Complex, Jakarta, Indonesia: After two 10-0 wins, Pakistan had an even bigger victory in their third match of the Asian Games Hockey. They completely outclassed a hapless Kazakhstan side 16-0. After leading 6-0 at the half time, the Green shirts poured in ten goals in the next 30 minutes. Nine goals came through Open Play, Five via Penalty Corners and Two through Penalty Strokes Scorers: Tauseeq Arshad (4), Abubakr Mahmood (3), Ali Shan (2), Rizwan Sr (2), Umar Bhutta (2), Dilber, Atiq Arshad, Mubashar Ali World No 13 Pakistanis next match is against the 12th ranked Malaysia on Sunday. Both the sides have won all their three matches till now, and with convincing margins. But Pakistan leads the pool because of better goal diff...

Pakistan trounce Thailand 10-0 in their Asiad Opener

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Lahore, August 20, 2018 (PPI-OT): Gelora Bung Karno (GBK) Sports Complex, Jakarta, Indonesia: Record eight time champions Pakistan were off to a flying start at the Asian Games Hockey with a 10-0 win over Thailand. Atiq Arshad shone with a hat trick while his brother Tauseeq Arshad, Mohammad Irfan and Abu Bakr all had a brace. Mubashar Ali was the other scorer. Pakistan took time to open the account. It was the last minute of the first quarter that Tauseeq Arshad converted a penalty corner. Three more goals were added in the second quarter and they led 4-0 at the half time. Pakistan found the target six times in the second half to complete the tally. Green Shirts next play Oman on Wednesday. Atiq Arshad (3), Tauseeq Arshad (2), Mohammad Irfan (2), Abu Bakr (2), Mubashar Ali For more inform...

Pakistan loses in Shootout to Belgium to Finish Sixth

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Lahore, July 02, 2018 (PPI-OT): In what was their last match of the last edition of the Champions Trophy hockey tournament, Pakistan and Belgium made it a memorable spectacle in the 5th/6th play off. After taking the lead, Pakistan fell behind 1-2 early in the second half. The match seemed to be going in Belgium’s way but in the last four minutes, Pakistan laid siege to the opponent’s goal. They had replaced the goal keeper with an outfield player. First Abu Bakr shot out and then Ali Shan, the star of the day, tested the goal keeper. In the last minute, a penalty corner came Pakistan’s way. It wasn’t trapped at the top of the circle but the ball was brought back into the circle and Tauseeq’s push went between goal keeper’s pads to give Pakistan a well deserved equaliser in the very last m...