Faraz adjudged best fighter of 7th Punjab Kick Boxing C’ship

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Khudam Subhani

Rawalpindi

Faraz Ahmed of Black Eagle Kick Boxing Club was adjudged best fighter of the 7th All Punjab Martial Arts Kick Boxing Championship 2017 on Sunday here. The championship was organised by most senior person in the field of martial arts 7 dan black belt Syed Latif Shah Kazmi at a local school’s ground Jhangi Syedan, Rawalpindi.
Players belonging to various districts including Taxila, Muzaffarabad, Rawalpindi and Wah took apart in the championship.
Israr Ahmed, Haleem, Nazeer Khan, Ameen Khan, Ghulam Haider, Niaz Wali, Asif Mehmood, Ahmad Ali and Asad won all fights and bagged gold medals. Nadeem Dilawer supervised all fights as referee and Sabir Khan performed his duty as timekeeper; Jabbar Pal and Mehmood Shah and Abid Jani performed as judge. A lot of viewers and supporters witnessed the championship and encouraged their fighters.
At the closing ceremony, chief guest Chairman Union Council Muhammad Hafeez and Latif Shah Kazmi awarded the prizes, certificates, shields as well as medals to the winners.
Coach of Black Eagle Club Muhammad Kazim Khan received winning trophy on the behalf of his winner students.
The chief guest appreciated the bold initiatives of players regarding kick boxing. General Secretary of Boxing Association Abdul Jabbar Pal, Abid Jani congratulated the winners as well as all participants of the tournament.