The commencement of the DC South girls’ and boys’ basketball championship takes place.

The Deputy Commissioner South Girls and Boys Basketball Championship commenced in Karachi at the International Abdul Nasir Basketball Court in Arambagh on Friday. Amjad Hayat, SSP City, graced the inauguration ceremony as the chief guest. This event is organized jointly by the Karachi Basketball Association (KBBA) and the Alliance of Markets Arambagh.

Key figures including Asif Gulfam, Begum Asma Ali Shah, KBBA President Ghulam Muhammad Khan, Asghar Baloch, Salim Khamisani, Abdul Hamid Baloch, Muhammad Akhlaq, and others were present during the event.

During his address, chief guest Amjad Hayat pledged full support from himself and the police department for the advancement of various sports, including basketball. He announced the upcoming organization of the Martyrs Police Basketball Tournament in response to the organizers’ aspirations.

In the girls’ division of the championship’s first day, Islamia College triumphed over KMA College with a score of 12-6. Sahar Khan emerged as the top scorer with 4 points, supported by Laiba and Amara who contributed 2 points each. Meanwhile, in the second match, IOBM College defeated Degree Science College Lines Area with a score of 11-7. Nimra secured 6 points, Sarah scored 2, and Fiza added 1 point for the victorious team. Ayesha Anees, Arooj Akram, and Umaima Rashid scored 2 points each for the losing side.

In the boys’ segment, Quaid-e-Azam XI defeated Shaheed-e-Millat XI with a score of 63-58. Abdullah Imam scored 24 points, Ali Chan Zeb contributed 20 points, and Haris Shahid added 14 points for the winning team. Hassan Ali scored 22 points, Hamza Khawaja tallied 18 points, and Mubariz Ahmed added 12 points for the losing team.

Referees Tariq Hussain, Zahid Malik, Amir Sharif, and Muhammad Ashraf officiated these matches, while Zaima Khatun, Naeem Ahmed, Zawal Faqar Abbas Khan, and Muhammad Usman served as technical officials.

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