The decision of two matches in the Prime Minister’s Youth Talent Hunt Program Women’s Hockey League

The decision of two matches in the Prime Minister’s Youth Talent Hunt Program Women’s Hockey League, Under the talent hunt youth sports league, both the matches played in the provincial league of hockey were tied without any goal, the first match was played between Hazara and Bannu at Abdul Wali Khan Sports Complex Charsadda yesterday, in which both teams showed the best performance.

And till the appointed time, both the teams remained equal without any goal. Similarly, the second match was played between the teams of traditional rivals Peshawar and Mardan, which also ended without any result.

According to the rules of the league, each team was given one point. On this occasion, Regional Sports Officer Shafqatullah was the chief guest along with Deputy Director Sports Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University and Coordinator Prime Minister Talent Hunt Youth Program for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Maria Sameen.

Tanveer of ET Lahore, Mubasher Saeed of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan University, Karachi, and other personalities were also present under whose supervision the matches are being held.

Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for Youth Affairs Shaza Fatima Khawaja is supervising the Talent Hunt Youth Sports League, which is being run with the support of universities.

In light of the vision of the Prime Minister of Pakistan, the provision of equal opportunities to women will be ensured. The hockey league will continue till January 10.

The best 36 players will be selected from the winner and runner-up teams in the league, which will be selected by the selectors from Karachi and Lahore.

The best teams from different zones across the country are participating in this league, the aim of which is to develop the best hockey teams in Pakistan who will represent the country and the nation not only at the national level but also at the international level in the future.

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