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Rain impacts play in Islamabad on day eight of Inter-College Ramadan T20 Cup

Lahore, 29 March 2024: The eighth day of the Inter-College Ramadan T20 Cup saw four matches played across four venues in Lahore, Karachi and Islamabad. The matches held in Islamabad were affected by adverse weather conditions which resulted in one match being cancelled and the other decided by the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (DLS) method.


Gulberg College claimed a three-wicket victory over Government Science College at Lahore’s LCCA Ground. Gulberg College’s Ahmar Muneer high scored with 46 off 35 balls with the help of three fours and two sixes allowing his side to chase Government Science College’s target of 128 in 18.4 overs. Earlier, bowlers Abdul Ali, Ameer Hamza and Waqar Hassan had succeeded in restricting Government Science College at 127-8. Abdul bagged three wickets while the other two picked up one each.


Government College for Men beat Beaconhouse School System by 10 wickets at Eid Gah Ground, Karachi. Ghazi Ghouri with an unbeaten 65 off 37 (5x4s, 3x6s) and Abdul Rehman with unbeaten 48 off 42 (5x4s) managed to chase Beaconhouse’s target of 119 in 13 overs. Earlier, Government College bowlers succeeded in restricting Beaconhouse to 118-7 in 20 overs. Mohammad Zaid Hassan returned with two wickets at the expense of 21 runs.

Government College 36-B Landhi won their match against Government National College by six wickets at IBA Cricket Ground in Karachi. Government College 36-B Landhi’s openers Sufyan with 39 off 50 (5x4s) and Abdullah with 38 off 44 (2x4s, 1x6) led their side in chasing a target of 117. Earlier, bowlers Haziq Qureshi, Syed Mohammad Huzaifa and Saifullah Khan managed to restrict Government National College to 116-9 with all three of them claiming two wickets each.


At the Miusam Cricket Ground in Islamabad, Beaconhouse I-8 defeated Froebel’s by 10 wickets in a match which was decided by the Duckworth Lewis-Stern (DLS) method. Froebel’s were bundled over for 77 runs in 16.5 overs courtesy Beaconhouse bowlers Mohammad Ibrahim, Furqan Wazir - both of whom bagged three-wicket hauls - and Sudais Ulfat who returned with two wickets. As per DLS, the revised target was set at 27 runs to be made in six overs. Beaconhouse played a three-over innings in which they managed to post 28, winning the game comfortably..

The match between IMCB Degree College Sihala and Westminster, which was scheduled to be held at the Miusam Cricket Ground was called off due to heavy rain.

Scores in Brief


Gulberg College beat Government Science College by three wickets

Government Science College 127-8, 20 overs (Mohammad Hussain Ihsan 35, Mohammad Danish Hussain 32; Abdul Ali 3-12) Gulberg College 129-7, 18.4 overs (Ahmar Muneer 46, Hassan Malik 31; Hafeezullah 3-16, Hafiz Mohammad Hamza 2-35)

Player of the match – Abdul Ali (Gulberg College)


Government College for Men beat Beaconhouse School System by 10 wickets.

Beaconhouse School System 118-7, 20 overs (Mohammad Shafay 28 not out, Haidh Sohail 20; Mohammad Zaid Hassan 2-21)

Government College for Men, Karachi 119, 13 overs (Ghazi Ghouri 65 not out, Abdur Rehman 48 not out)

Player of the match – Ghazi Ghouri (Government College for Men)

Government College 36-B Landhi beat Government National College by six wickets

Government National College 116-9, 20 overs (Mohammad Sami Ghouri 31, Abdul Rafay 26; Haziq Qureshi 2-6, Syed Mohammad Huzaifa 2-7, Saifullah Khan 2-17)

Government College 36-B Landhi 117-4, 20 overs (Sufyan 39, Abdullah 38; Wahab Mirza 2-19)

Player of the match – Sufiyan and Abdullah (Government College 36-B Landhi)

Beaconhouse I-8 beat Froebel’s by 10 wickets (DLS method)

Froebel’s 77 all out, 16.5 overs (Mohammad Ali Shahzil 29; Mohammad Ibrahim 3-12, Furqan Wazir 3-18, Sudais Ulfat 1-2)

Beaconhouse School System I-8 28-0, 3.0 overs (Saad Munir 14 not out, Basil Tariq Baig 13 not out)

 Player of the match – Furqan Wazir (Beaconhouse School System I-8)