LAHORE, Sept 3: The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) hosted a dinner in the honour of squash legends from Pakistan and abroad on Monday.

These guests were invited for second Asian Masters Squash Championship being played at Punjab Squash Complex, Lahore.

Squash legends, including Qamar Zaman, Jahangir Khan, Gogi Allauddin along with Geoff Hunt and David Palmer from Australia, Ross Norman from Newzealand, Jonathon Power from Canada and Ramay Ashour from Egypt, attended the dinner.

Speaking on the occasion, PSF SVP AVM Syed Razi Nawab highlighted Pakistan Squash Federation’s efforts under the leadership of PSF President Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt for the promotion of squash in the country.

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