Patron’s Trophy Grade-II, Round Three, Day Two Summary

Patron’s Trophy Grade-II, Round Three, Day Two Summary

Fahad Usman, Akbar Badshah and Syed Saad Ali scored centuries for Higher Education Commission, Civil Aviation Authority and State Bank, respectively

Lahore (UrduPoint / Pakistan Point News - 23rd Apr, 2019 ) The Patron’s Trophy Grade-II tournament, Round Three, second day’s play was held today at eight venues across the country on Tuesday.

In a Pool ‘A’ match between Civil Aviation Authority and Haideri Traders at the UBL Sports Complex in Karachi, Haideri Traders resumed their innings at overnight score of 122 for six and were bowled out for 157 in 51.1 overs. For Civil Aviation, Mirza Ahsan took eight for 75.

In turn, Civil Aviation Authority declared their second innings on 280 for nine in 78 overs. For Civil Aviation Authority, Akbar Badshah scored an unbeaten 111 off 166 balls with 14 fours. For Haideri Traders, Jallat Khan took four for 110. In reply, Haideri Traders in their second innings were 42 for one at stumps.

In another Pool ‘A’ match between Omer Associates and Pakistan Navy at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi, Pakistan Navy, resumed their first innings on 64 for three and posted 270 for nine in 83 overs. For Pakistan Navy, Wasim Ahmed top-scored with an unbeaten 65 with five fours.

For Omer Associates, Muhammad Irfan was the pick of the bowler with figures of four for 102. In reply, Omer Associates in their second innings were 92 for four at stumps.

On the second day of Pool ‘B’ match between Port Qasim and Ghani Glass at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, Port Qasim resumed their innings on 12 for one and were dismissed for 267 in 81.3 overs. Atif Ali Zaidi top-scored with 130-ball 77 with eight fours. For Ghani Glass, Ali Usman took five for 84. In reply, Ghani Glass in their second innings were 68 for two at stumps.

In a Pool ‘B’ match at the Rana Naveed Cricket Academy in Sheikhupura, Higher Education Commission defeated Candyland by an innings and 139 runs. Higher Education Commission resumed their first innings on 146 for one and scored 475 for six in 83 overs.

For Higher Education Commission, Fahad Usman top-scored with 160-ball 169 with 22 fours. In turn, Candyland were dismissed for 86 in 26.4 overs. For Higher Education Commission, Sajid Khan took five for 22.

State Bank of Pakistan beat Pakistan Air Force by an innings and 78 runs in a Pool ‘C’ match at the Diamond Cricket Ground in Islamabad. State Bank resumed their first innings on 161 for three and declared on 368 for seven in 65 overs. For State Bank, Syed Saad Ali top-scored with 128 with 23 fours.

In reply, Pakistan Air Force, in their second innings were bowled out for 174 in 50.2 overs. For State Bank, Muhammad Nawaz took four for 41.

In a Pool ‘C’ match between Pakistan International Airlines and Pakistan Army at the Army Cricket Ground in Rawalpindi, Pakistan International Airlines resumed their first innings on 105 for two and were dismissed for 356 in 77.2 overs. For Pakistan International Airlines, Shoaib Khan scored an 81 off 96 balls with 11 fours. For Pakistan Army, Musab Shehzad took four for 80.

In turn, at stumps, Pakistan Army in their second innings were 147 for five.

In Pool ‘D’ match between Pakistan Railways and K-Electric at the Railway Stadium in Lahore, Pakistan Railways resumed their first innings at overnight score of 83 for three and scored 309 for nine in 83 overs. For Pakistan Railways, Ahsan Bhatti top-scored with 78 with eight fours and four sixes.

For K-Electric, Asad Raza claimed four wickets. In reply, K-Electric in their second innings were 130 for four at stumps.

On the second day of another Pool ‘D’ match between Karachi Port Trust and Sabir’s Poultry at the LCCA Ground in Lahore, Karachi Port Trust resumed their second innings on 48 for three and were bowled out for 169 in 48 overs. For Sabir’s Poultry, Nisar Ahmed took four for 72. In turn, Sabir’s Poultry in their second innings were 182 for two in 50 overs at stumps.

Scores in brief:



Omer Associates: 194 all out, 69 overs (Fahadis Bukhari 68, {165b, 9x4}; Arsalan Bashir 44, {87b, 6x4, 1x6}; Yasir Mushtaq 20, {45b, 4x4}; Fawad Khan 5-68, Raza Ul Hasan 3-45) and 92-4, 33 overs (Arsalan Bashir 40, {62b, 7x4}; Fawad Khan 3-25)

Pakistan Navy: 270-9, 83 overs (Wasim Ahmed 65 not out, {131b, 5x4}; Hamza Ghanchi 50, {112b, 5x4, 1x6}; Nasir Owais 50, {48b, 4x4, 3x6}; Latif Jonejo 31, {67b, 4x4, 1x6}; Hafiz Asad 27, {50b, 3x4}; Muhammad Irfan 4-102, Ulfat Shah 3-29)

Overnight: Pakistan Navy: 64 for 3, 25 overs

Toss: Omer Associates elected to bat first

Umpires: Muhamamd Rashid and Aziz ur Rehman

Referee: Ameeruddin Ansari


Civil Aviation Authority: 226 all out, 52.3 overs (Asher Qureshi 70, {86b, 13x4}; Ishfaq Ahmed 29, {40b, 5x4}; Shahid Nawaz 25, {18b, 4x6}; Jallat Khan 6-62, Muhammad Ibrahim 3-47) and 280 or 9 dec, 78 overs (Akbar Badshah 111 not out, {166b, 14x4}; Muhamamd Asim 31, {44b, 6x4}; Ishfaq Ahmed 27, {42b, 2x4}; Jallat Khan 4-110, Syed Mustafa Naqvi 3-39)

Haideri Traders: 157 all out, 51.1 overs (Muhammad Usman 35, {68b, 5x4}; Momin Waqar 24, {25b, 4x4}; Jallat Khan 22, {60b, 2x4}; Mirza Ahsan 8-75, Abhar Qureshi 2-19) and 42 for one, 10 overs (Momin Waqar 26 not out 29b, 6x4}; )

Overnight: Haideri Traders: 122 for 6, 45 overs

Toss: Civil Aviation Authority elected to bat first

Umpires: Ghulam Sarwar and Mumtaz Ali

Referee: Muhamamd Javed


  • Rana Naveed Academy, Sheikhupura:

Candyland: 250 all out, 63.

1 overs (Tayyab Riaz 83, {96b, 8x4, 1x6}; Babar Ali 61 not out, {73b, 7x4, 3x6}; Asfand Mehran 5-63, Fahad Usman 2-20) and 86 all out, 26.4 overs (Jibran Khan 23, {44b, 3x4}; Tayyab Riaz 22, 33b, 3x4}; Sajid Khan 5-22, Kamran Afzal 2-8)

Higher Education Commission: 475-6, 83 overs (Fahad Usman 169, {160b, 22x4}; Asfand Mehran 90, {106b, 8x4}; Sharoon Siraj 58, {61b, 4x4, 1x6}; Kamran Afzal 50 not out, {40b, 3x4, 3x6}; Arsalan Zia 43, {58b 5x4} Haseeb-ur-Rehman 22, {50b, 4x4}; )

Result: HEC won by an innings & 139 runs

Overnight: Higher Education Commission: 146 for one, 24 overs

Toss: Higher Education Commission elected to bowl first

Umpires: Nadeem Iqbal & Jameel Kamran

Referee: Ghulam Mustafa

  • Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad

Ghani Glass: 299 for 9, 83 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 94, {151b, 13x4}; Tayyab Tahir 91, {81b, 8x4, 4x6}; Shahbaz Javed 60, {123b, 6x4}; Yousaf Babar 51, {84b, 3x4}; Haris Nazar 31 not out, {26b, 4x4}; Tanveer Ahmed 4-57, Azam Hussain 4-113) and 68 for one, 11 overs (Zeeshan Ashraf 43 not out, {34b, 2x4, 1x6}; Haris Nazar 20 not out, {26b})

Port Qasim: 267 all out, 81.3 overs (Atif Ali Zaidi 77, {130b, 8x4}; Daniyal Ehsan 57, {122b, 9x4}; Muddasir Riaz 46, 86b, 8x4, Jahanzaib Naved 39, {59b, 7x4}; Ali Usman 5-84, Muhammad Waheed 3-80)

Overnight: Port Qasim: 12 for one, 5 overs

Toss: Ghani Glass elected to bat first

Umpires: Akmal Hayat & Rana M. Arshad

Referee: Sami ul Haq


  • Army Cricket Ground, Rawalpindi

Pakistan Army: 200 all out, 63.4 overs (Shoaib Khan 82, {108b, 9x4, 1x6}; Haseeb-ur-Rehman 43, {114b, 4x4}; Hamza Arshad 28, {42b, 3x4, 1x6}; Tahir Khan 5-62) and 147-5, 36 overs (Muhammad Fahad 47 not out, {75b, 9x4}; Hamza Khan 37, {36b, 7x4}; Muhammad Naveed 24, {35b, 5x4}; Shoaib Khan 20 not out, {35b, 2x4}; Tahir Khan 4-56)

Pakistan International Airlines: 356 all out, 77.2 overs (Shoaib Khan 81, {96b, 11x4}; Anop Ravi 62, {121b, 3x4}; Fahad Iqbal 51, {36b, 4x4, 1x6}; Shehzar Muhammad 34, {41b, 6x4}; Hanif Azad 31, {54b, 4x4}; Maeez Viqar 29, {65b, 3x4}; Musab Shehzad 4-80, Hamza Khan 2-53, Umair Khan 2-65)

Overnight: Pakistan International Airlines: 105 for 2, 24 overs

Toss: Pakistan International Airlines elected to bowl first

Umpires: Mir Dad & Jamshed Iqbal

Referee: Muhammad Wasim

  • Diamond Ground, Islamabad

Pakistan Air Force: 116 all out, 39.5 overs (Ali Malik 30, {96b, 3x4}; Muhammad Ilyas 4-41, Hamza Nadeem 3-11, Muhammad Nawaz 2-4) and a74 all out, 50.2 (Ali Malik 35, {31b, 7x4}; Salman Chaudhry 29, {64b, 4x4, 1x6}; Umair Masood 23, {67b, 3x4}; Awais Iqbal 20, {65b, 3x4}; Zeeshan Malik 20, {34b, 2x4, 1x6}; Muhammad Nawaz 4-41, Basit Ali 3-47)

State Bank of Pakistan: 368-7 dec, 65 overs (Syed Saad Ali 128, {134b, 23x4}; Usman Sallahuddin 73 {122b, 10x4}; Naveed Yasin 56 not out, {51b 5x4, 3x6}; Rizwan Hussain 28, {28b, 3x4}; Israrullah 21, {20b, 4x4}; Muhamamd Nawaz 20, {28b, 4x4}; Muhammad Shahzad 3-47, Awais Iqbal 2-76)

Result: State Bank of Pakistan won by an innings & 78 runs

Overnight: State Bank of Pakistan: 161 for 3, 34 overs

Toss: State Bank of Pakistan elected to bowl first

Umpires: Sohail Zaman & Saleem Butt

Referee: Allah Ditto


  • Railway Stadium, Lahore
  1. Electric: 295 all out, 58.1 overs (Nasir Nawaz 95, {86b, 11x4, 5x6}; Umair Bin Yousaf 68, {103b, 10x4, 1x6}; Jahanzaib Sultan 47, {52b, 9x4}; Hamza Nazar 5-88, Muhammad Rameez 3-66, Abdul Rauf 2-53) and 130-4, 25 overs (Bahadur Ali 55 not out, {50b, 7x4, 2x6}; Muhamamd Afzal 36 not out, {53b 7x4}; Umair Bin Yousaf 23, {41b, 2x4, 1x6}; Abdul Rauf 3-30)

Pakistan Railways: 309-9, 83 overs (Ahsan Bhatti 78, {124b, 8x4, 4x6}; Muhammad Waqas 61, {130b, 7x4}; Ameer Hamza 43 not out, 46b 2x4, 2x6}; Hasan Sardar 39, {49b, 3x4, 1x6}; Zain Ul Hasnain 29, {47b, 7x4}; Mohsin Pervaiz 20, {29b, 3x4}; Asad Raza 4-75, Sajid Khan 3-52)

Overnight: Pakistan Railways: 88 for 3, 22 overs

Toss: Pakistan Railways elected to bowl first

Umpires: Irfan Dilshad & Qaisar Khan

Referee: Inam Ullah Khan

  • LCCA Ground, Lahore

Karachi Port trust: 150 all out, 37.2 overs (Shah Ali Zafar 91, {102b, 17x4}; Ghulam Rehman 5-49, Asif Fawad 2-14, Nisar Ahmed 2-61) and 169 all out, 48 overs (Anas Mehmood 46, {65b, 9x4}; Babar Rehman 21, {35b, 3x4}; Ahmed Iqbal 20, {47b, 3x4}; Nisar Ahmed 4-72, Manzoor Khan 2-23, Ghulam Rehman 2-45)

Sabir’s Poultry: 84 all out, 27.3 overs (Imran Nazir 32, {26b, 7x4}; Babar Rehman 4-20, Husbaan Javed 4-28, Khalid Mehmood 2-36) and 182-2, 50 overs (Hashim Ibrahim 71 not out, {116b, 5x4, 2x6}; Imran Dogar 58, {86b, 7x4, 1x6}; Ali Zaryab 38 not out, {76b, 2x4})

Overnight: Karachi Port trust 48 for 3, 10 overs

Toss: Sabir’s Poultry elected to bowl first

Umpires: Muhamamd Basit & Muhammad Kaleem

Referee: Mujahid Jamshed

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