Pakistan bag two silver medals in Qatar Junior Squash

The event was held in Doha

By Web Desk
April 26, 2024
Photo: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Squash Association

Pakistan players impressed during the Qatar Junior Squash Championship which concluded in Doha yesterday.

Pakistan’s Abdullah Zaman and Ahmed Ali Naz secured silver medals after losing in the finals of U15 and U11 category, respectively. Meanwhile, Rayyan Zaman, Abdullah’s younger brother, lost in the semis of the U11 event.

It must be noted that Abdullah and Rayyan are sons of former player Mansoor Zaman and grandsons of the legendary Qamar Zaman.

Mansoor Zaman (C) with Rayyan Zaman (L) and Abdullah Zaman (R). - Geo Super

“We are delighted to share that three of our most talented players from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa boys have made a mark in the Qatar Junior Squash Championship held in Doha,” Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Squash Association said in a statement.

“Abdullah Zaman, the grandson of the legendary Qamar Zaman, performed exceptionally well in the Boys Under-15 age category and won the silver medal. His skills and techniques left the audience spellbound, and he proved to be a formidable opponent for his competitors.

“Similarly, Ahmed Ali Naz, in the Boys Under-11 age category, proved his mettle and emerged victorious. His agility, quick reflexes, and on-court strategies were impressive, and he displayed great sportsmanship throughout the tournament.

“The championship was highly competitive, with players from all over the world participating. However, our players showed their talent and proved that they are among the best in their respective age categories. We are proud of their excellent performance, and we congratulate them on their well-deserved win.”