Inter-Services Hockey Championship: Defending champions Navy and Pakistan Army will compete in the final. The final will be played on August 29. The Army defeated Navy in a pool match and secured the first position on the points table.
According to details, in the fifth match of the Inter-Services Hockey Championship at PAF Base Peshawar under the auspices of Pakistan Air Force Sports Control Committee under the auspices of Pakistan Hockey Federation, Pakistan Army defeated defending champion Navy 0-1 with first position in the pool. They felt honored to play in the final. The Pakistan Army will compete for the title in the final match with the second position in the Pakistan Navy Pool. The 40th match of the game was played by Pakistan Army in today’s match. In the 40th minute full back Aamir Sohail scored a goal through a drag flick on the penalty corner to lead his team to victory. Defending champions Pakistan Navy conceded seven penalty corners during the match but could not gain any advantage over these penalty corners. On the other hand, the Pakistan Army got four penalty corners, one of which was scored on a penalty corner.
The match was supervised by umpires Yasir Khurshid International and Sabteen Raza while Hafiz Atif Malik was the reserve umpire. Syed Ali Abbas and Rana Sajid acted as judges in this match while Hamza Tufail acted as technical officer performing his responsibilities to the fullest. Syed Mohammad Zahir Shah is the tournament director for the Pakistan Hockey Federation, while former international hockey umpire Syed Zulfiqar Shah is the umpires manager.
The final of the Inter-Services Hockey Championship will be played on August 29 at PAF Base Peshawar under the auspices of Pakistan Air Force Sports Control Committee under the auspices of Pakistan Hockey Federation. In which the defending champions Pakistan Navy and Pakistan Army will compete against each other.