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ISLAMABAD: Punjab’s Sheikh Mohammad Mudassir registered the first century break in the ongoing Jubilee Insurance National Junior Under-21 Snooker Championship as league round concluded at the Pakistan Sports Complex’s Billiard and Snooker Hall here on Tuesday.

Mudassir, playing outstandingly against Sindh’s Hussain Godil, reached the milestone in the second frame with a break of 108 to eclipse the previous highest break of 94 by Haris Tahir of Punjab against Muhammad Rafiq of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on the opening day of the competition.

Mudassir sealed a 3-0 success with scores of 79-15, 108-0, 57-3.

It was a good day for the Punjab cueists as Usman Ahmed, Ahsan Ramzan and Mohammad Umar Khan completed the tally of 16-player lineup for the last-16 phase.


Sheikh Mohammad Mudassir (Punjab) bt Hussain Godil (Sindh) 3-0 (79-15, 108-0, 57-3); Mohammad Umar Khan (Punjab) bt Mubashir Munsif (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) 3-1 (17-60, 71-10, 51-12, 51-19); S.M. Imran (Sindh) bt Mubashir Khan (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) 3-1 (58-26, 42-53, 51-16, 75-47); Shahzaib Malik (Punjab) bt Abdul Aziz (Balochistan) 3-2 ((78-47, 49-52, 58-23, 33-48, 71-29); Usman Ahmed (Punjab) bt Aaqib Nawaz (Sindh) 3-0 (60-48, 60-34, 56-24); Ahsan Ramzan (Punjab) bt Mohammad Rafiq (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) 3-2 (56-20, 60-14, 37-60, 09-60, 58-19); Mohammad Nasim Akhtar ( Punjab) bt Atif Arshad (Khyber Pakhtunkhwa) 3-0 (70-33, 60-22, 51-30); Haris Tahir (Punjab) bt Yasir Nauman (Sindh) 3-0 (81-08, 62-20, 83-26).

Published in Dawn, January 17th, 2018