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Divisional sports competition’s 2nd phase to kick off on April 14

Lahore : The second phase divisional sports competitions of Sports Board Punjab’s Annual Sports Calendar will kick off at Nishtar Park Sports Complex on April 14, 2019. The competitions of 24 games including 15 for men and nine for women will be organized during the second phase of Annual Sports ... Read More »

DG Sports visits Baba Cricket Ground

Lahore : Director General Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar, on Tuesday, visited Baba Cricket Ground and inspected the floodlights installation work at the ground. He directed the contractor to complete the construction work as early as possible. Talking on this occasion, Director General Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar said Baba Cricket Ground ... Read More »

Lahore Division crowned Punjab Games

Lahore division, with 2637 points and an aggregate of 128 medals including 65 gold, 39 silver and 24 bronze medals, won the Punjab Games 2019 trophy. Director General Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar awarded the winners’ trophy to Lahore Divisional Sports Officer Nadeem Qaiser at the colourful closing ceremony at Punjab ... Read More »

Transgenders stuns the crowd by their performance in Punjab Games

Lahore : Competitions of chati race, bori race and tug of war were held between two teams of transgender in 72nd Punjab games. It is worth mentioning that first time in the history of country 3 events have been included in 72nd Punjab games for transgender. Provincial Minister for sports Rai Taimoor Khan ... Read More »

Lahore team wins kick-boxing competitions with 7 medals

Lahore : Director General Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar has expressed his satisfaction on the sports competitions of 72nd Punjab Games under way at various venues of the city on Thursday. While addressing the prize distribution ceremony of special children Punjab Games cycling event at Nishtar Park Sports Complex (NPSC) Cycling Velodrome, ... Read More »

Punjab Games starts in Lahore

Lahore : Punjab Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs Rai Taimoor Khan Bhatti inaugurated the 72nd edition of Punjab Games at a colourful grand opening ceremony at Punjab Stadium on Wednesday night. Secretary Sports Punjab Nadeem Mehboob, Director General Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar, Secretary POA Khalid Mehmood, MPAs, politician Uzma Kardar, ... Read More »

Transgender players get ready to participate in Punjab Games

Lahore : Sports Board Punjab has taken a peculiar step in the history of Punjab province by giving transgenders a chance to participate in 72nd Punjab Games 2019 competitions being organized with the collaboration of Punjab Olympic Association from April 3 to 6, 2019. Director General Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar, in ... Read More »

PFF warned of action against participants of tournaments not approved

Lahore : Pakistan Football Federation has issued participation policy for associated clubs and departments. Following the recent announcements made regarding tournaments not approved by Pakistan Football Federation, PFF has strictly advised Players and other officials associated to clubs/departments not to participate in any football tournament that is not approved by ... Read More »

DG Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar unveil logo of 72nd Punjab Games 2019

Lahore : Director General Sports Punjab Nadeem Sarwar and Secretary General Punjab Olympic Association (PbOA) Idris Haider Khawaja unveiled the logo of 72nd Punjab Games 2019 during a crowded press conference at National Hockey Stadium on Thursday. The 72nd edition of Punjab Games is scheduled to be organized from April 3 to ... Read More »

Hisense will sponsor upcoming Pakistan and Australia series

Lahore : The Pakistan Cricket Board and Hisense have joined hands as associate sponsors for the upcoming Pakistan and Australia series which is scheduled to be played in Sharjah, Abu Dhabi and Dubai from March 22-31, 2019. The announcement was made in the presence of PCB’s director international cricket, Zakir ... Read More »

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