KARACHI, Aug 23: Karachi City Cricket Association (KCCA) is organizing second Inter-school cricket tournament at National Stadium from Thursday.

GBBS Nazimabad No.1 will take on Islamia Secondary School in the opening match. The following schools’ players are advised to report in proper white cricket kit on Thursday at 9.00am at National Stadium for facial scrutiny.

The following schools are advised to collect their programme from KCCA office.

GBSS No.1 Nazimabad, Islamia Secondary School, Progressive Public Schools, Falconhouse Grammar Schools, GBSS Bagh-e-Hillar, Qadri Secondary School, Rab Nawaz English School, Nasra School Korangi, CAA Model School, Jinnah School Korangi, CDGK Lyari, Dewa Academy, Danish Ali English School, Progressive Pubic School, GBSS Hasrat Mohani, Kamran Public School, Behria Foundation, F.F Public Schools, Public & College, Karachi Secondary School, GBSS Federal, Nizai Star English School, Beaconhouse Gulshan-e-Iqbal, St.Lawrence, GBSS, Zahoor, Aziz Millat Secondary, Agro Technical, Royal Academy, GBSS Alibhai Metroville, Zeeshan Secondary, St. Paul, Shaheen Academy, Central Grammar School, GBSS APWA, Nasra Schools Sadar, Pak Folks Grammar Schools.—APP

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