Pakistan win silver medal in Asian Cadet Wrestling Championship
Pakistani wrestler, Inayat Ullah on Sunday, won the silver decoration in Asian Cadet Wrestling Championship being held in Thailand.
Inayat won his initially battle against wrestlers from Tajikistan, Iran and Mongolia. He lost his last battle against a Kazakhstani wrestler.
With Inayat`s execution in the competition, Pakistan will be getting a silver media following a traverse of28 years.
Inayat Ullah was the main wrestler speaking to Pakistan in the competition.
Pakistan Army secured the trophy in the wake of acquiring 84 focuses in the tenth National Cadet and Junior Championships played here at Lala Ayub Arena, Qayyum Sports Complex yesterday, detailed Radio Pakistan.
Previous Sports Minister Syed Aqil Shah was the main visitor on this event. Secretary General Pakistan Wrestling Federation Arshad Sattar, Organising Secretary Lala Qayyum Shinwari, authorities, players from different taking interest groups, and a huge number of onlookers saw the excite pressed challenges.
Punjab secured 74 focused and got the second position while Higher Education Commission team guaranteed 66 centres and stayed at third. Pakistan Wapda with 62 centres got the fourth place. Sindh brought the fifth place with 52 focuses, while Islamabad and host Khyber Pakhtunkhwa recorded 35 centres each. Balochistan got 20 centres. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa additionally won one gold award.
In the 50kg weight class, Mansoor of Pakistan Army won gold award, Khalil of Punjab recorded silver decoration, and Muhammad Khan of HEC snatched bronze ribbon. In the 55kg weight, Shahban of Army won gold award, trailed by Ahmad of Punjab and Kamran of Wapda took the third position by winning bronze decoration.