Director General Sports Punjab Adnan Arshad Aulakh said that Lahore School Sports 2019 is an ideal platform for young male and female players to show their talent; he said this while addressing the prize distribution ceremony of Lahore School Sports 2019 swimming event at Punjab International Swimming Complex on Wednesday.
Director General Sports Punjab Adnan Arshad Aulakh said the participation of over 14000 male and female students from more than 80 schools is a big proof that young generation of Punjab is keen to feature in healthy sports activities. “We are quite upbeat to find several budding players out of this large pool of young male and female participants”.
Earlier, Director General Sports Punjab Adnan Arshad Aulakh was warmly received upon reaching Punjab International Swimming Complex. He also distributed prizes among prominent performers of Lahore School Sports 2019 swimming event.
According to results, Aitchison College with 214 points in U-16 and 170 in U-12 category emerged winner, Crescent Model remained runners up with 95 points in U-16 and 91 in U-12 contest while third position goes to LGS which scored 58 points in U-16 and 66 points in U-12 category competitions respectively.
Lady Maclagan School emerged triumphant in Under-16 girls table tennis final of Lahore School Sports 2019 at Nishtar Park Sports Complex (NPSC) Gymnasium Hall.
Lady Maclagan School defeated Unique School 3-1 in final competition of Lahore School Sports being held under the auspices of Sports Board Punjab and Divisional Sports Office, Lahore.
Following are results:
Aqsa of Lady Maclagan (LM) beat Fakiha of Unique 2-1 (11-5, 11-7, 6-11), Asia of Lady Maclagan beat Bisma of Unique 2-0 (11-4, 11-8), Ayesha (LM) lost to Haiqa (Unq) 0-2 (5-11, 9-11), Aqsa (LM) bt Bisma (Unq) 2-0 (11-7, 11-4).
The boys U-16 table tennis title went to Beaconhouse School boys who outplayed Lahore Gammar School by 3-1.
Following are results:
Samad (Beaconhouse) beat Moosa (LGS) 2-0 (11-3, 11-8), Nad-e-Ali (BH) lost to Taha (LGS) 0-2 (7-11, 8-11), Samad (BH) beat Taha (LGS) 2-1 (11-3, 7-11, 13-11), Nad-e-Ali (BH) beat Moosa (LGA), 2-0 (11-7-11-8).
In Lahore School Sports boxing competitions which were held at boxing ring adjacent to NPSC Gymnasium Hall, City School was declared winner in U-16 junior boys boxing event followed by Allied School and Sulemania School.
In girls U-16 boxing competition, Crescent Cambridge finished first while next two top positions went to Crescent O Level and G Scholar respectively.
In Lahore School Sports badminton competitions, The Crescent School grabbed first position in U-16 boys’ event. The Unique School remained runners-up while Govt Boys High School Walton and Govt Boys High School Chishtia shared the third position.
In girls U-16 badminton competition, Unique High School bagged top position while remaining two top positions went to Crescent School and Govt Pilot Girls Secondary School, Wahdat Colony, Lahore Cantt respectively.