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Malaysia Clinched 1st Position As 14th CNS International Squash Championship 2020 Successfully Concludes At Karachi:

PAKISTAN’s Brotherly Country Malaysia Clinched the 1st Position as the 14th CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) International Squash Championship 2020 Successfully Concludes at Roshan Khan Jahnagir Khan Squash Complex, Karachi, PAKISTAN NAVY Director General Public Relations (DG PR) Rear Admiral Arshid Javed said in an official statement via the official Twitter Account.

           

A total of 9 International Players from 6 different countries participated in the 14th CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) International Squash Championship 2020 successfully. The different countries participated in the tournament, including Malaysia, Kuwait, Egypt, Hong Kong, Scotland and France.

More than 10 local players also demonstrated their skills in the week-long International Squash Championship. This year the prize money of the Championship increases up to whopping 20,000 USD.

14th CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF International Squash Champtionship 2020
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KARACHI: February 08 – Commander Pakistan Fleet along with commander Karachi in a group photo with Winner and Runner up of 14th Chief of the Naval Staff international Squash Championship 2020. APP

“Closing ceremony of 14th CNS Intl Squash Championship was held at #PakNavy RKJK Squash Complex, Khi. Mr Ivan Yuen of Malaysia won the Championship. Chief Guest COMPAK V/Adm Asif Khaliq gave away prizes to winner & runner up of championship.,” PAKISTAN NAVY DGPR Rear Admiral Arshid Javed said in via Official Twitter Account.

The final of the 14th CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) International Squash Championship 2020 played between PAKISTANI Player Tayab Aslam and Malaysian Player Ivan Yuen. Top seed Malaysian Ivan Yuen has won the 14th CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) International Squash Championship by defeating Tayyab Aslam 3-1 in the final played at Roshan Khan Jahangir Khan Squash Complex, Karachi.

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According to the details, PAKISTANI Player Tayyab Aslam started the game magnificently and took the early lead to his opponent 11-7. Tayyab then suddenly lost his Tempo and Momentum in the game and allowed too much room to Malaysian Top Seed Ivan Yuen, who consecutively managed to won the second, third and fourth game by 11-4, 11-4 and 11-7, respectively.

The Commander PAKISTAN Fleet (COMPAK) Vice Admiral Asif Khaliq graced the closing ceremony of the 14th CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) International Squash Championship 2020 as the Chief Guest.

While addressing the ceremony, Director of Tournament Commodore Habib Ur Rehman expressed his Gratitude for the Chief Guest COMPAK Vice Admiral Asif Khaliq and the Winner and Runner-up of the Tournament. The Tournament Director Commodore Habib Ur Rehman specially thanked the PAKISTAN Squash Federation, Professional Squash Association and all participants and sponsors.

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The Tournament Director Habib Ur Rehman informed the prestigious audience about PAKISTAN NAVY’s long association with the Game of Squash.

Later, the Chief Guest of the Ceremony Commander PAKISTAN Fleet (COMPAK) Vice Admiral Asif Khaliq distributed Medals, Shields and Prizes to the Winner and Runner-up of the 14th CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) International Squash Championship 2020.

Speaking on the occasion, the Guest of the Ceremony Commander PAKISTAN Fleet (COMPAK) Vice Admiral Asif Khaliq congratulated the Winner, Runner Up and all the participants of the Championship, who displayed their extraordinary skills throughout the tournament.

The closing ceremony of 14th CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) International Squash Championship 2020 was attended by the large number of Military and Civil Dignitaries and Diplomats.

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