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Matches halted due to rain in Lahore and Islamabad on the ninth day of Inter-College Ramadan T20 Cup

Lahore, 30 March, 2024: The ninth day of the Inter-College Ramadan T20 Cup saw action unfold only in in Karachi. The matches scheduled for Lahore and Islamabad were called off due to adverse weather conditions.


Government Jinnah College overcame Happy Palace College by nine wickets at the Eid Gah Cricket Ground in Karachi. Government Jinnah College’s Mohammad Dawood, contributing a half century of 51 off 31 (1x4, 5x6s), and Rizwan Khan, chipping in with 40 off 38 (4x4s, 1x6), succeeded in chasing the target in just 12.2 overs after earlier restricting Happy Palace College to 98-6 in 20overs. Government Jinnah College bowlers Naeem Gul registered a three-wicket haul..

Government Pak Shipowner College defeated Government College Asifabad by one wicket at IBA Cricket Ground, Karachi. Bowlers Azamatullah, Noor Zaman and Mohammad Sarim Iqbal – all of whom returned with two wickets apiece – bundled over Government College Asifabad for just 87 runs in 15.3 overs. Government Pak Shipowner College were in turn able to chase this target in 19.5 overs, losing nine wickets in the process.  Saifullah top-scored in the chase, hitting 15 from 18, including one boundary.

Scores in brief:


Government Jinnah College beat Happy Palace College by nine wickets

Happy Palace College 98-6, 20 overs (Mohammad Dawar Malik 47, Umar Sultan 17; Naeem Gul 3-11)

Government Jinnah College 104-1 12.2 overs (Mohammad Dawood 51, Rizwan Khan 40 not out;Umer Ejaz 1-17)Player of the Match – Naeem Gul (Government Jinnah College)

Government Pak Shipowner College beat Government Pak Shipowner by one wicket

Government College Asifabad 87 all out, 15.3 overs (Ishaq 18, Dawood Rizwan 16; Azmatulah 2-8, Noor Zaman 2-16, Mohammad Sarim Iqbal 2-16)

Government Pak Shipowners College 88-9, 19.5overs (Saifullah 15, Abdul Rafay ul Haq 13 not out;Azher Hussain 4-8, Inam ul Haq 2-25)

Players of the Match – Noor Zaman (Government Shipowners College) and Azher Hussain (Government College Asifabad)