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    SAF Boxing: Waseem and Niamat will fight for gold

    Karachi: Pakistanís Captain Mohammad Waseem confirm place in SAF gems boxing final along with country man Niamat Ullah, two boxers Nadir Baloch and Amir Khan failed in semi finals and they were stopped there medals campaign.

    According to detail received here from Dhaka, on third day of the 11th South Asian Games Bangladesh, Boxing event ongoing at Mohammad Ali Boxing Stadium Dhaka, Pakistanís Boxing Team Captain Mohammad Waseem won the bout against Bhutan opponent Kinley by 12-5 and now he reached in final of 51kg weight category and now he will fight against traditional rival Suranjoy Singh he is current Asian Champion and Captain of Indian Boxing team in SAF games.

    Pakistanís Second Boxer Niamat Ullah won there bout after tough work against host country Bangladeshi boxer named Nadeem Hossain by 4-3 in 54kg category Semi final and now he turned in final he will fight against Sigyel (Bhutan) and Pakistan medal hope alive

    Other two boxers failed in semi final stage first Nadir Baloch lost his bout against Mohammad Areef from Afghanistan in 48 weight category by 7-13 and Amir Khan lost against Bangladeshi boxer Abdur Rahim in 64kg weight category 5-11 and both kicked out from event.
    M. Wameem and Niamat Ullah will fight for Gold Medals today (Monday)

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    Niamat won gold for Pakistan in SAG Boxing

    By Ubaid-ur-Rehman Awan

    KARACHI: Pakistan won one gold and a silver medal Monday to claim third position in the ongoing 11th South Asian Federation Games 2010.

    Quetta-born Niamat Ullah won gold medal in 54kg Bantamweight category when he out-punched Bhutani boxer Sigyel by the score of 14-8.

    However, skipper of Pakistani boxing contingent, Mohammad Waseem beaten by Indian captain and current Asian Champion Suranjoy Singh by 4-11 points.

    Pakistan claimed a total of four medals; one gold and silver medals each with two bronze medals; while two Pakistani boxers adnan hussain (60kg) and Abid Ali (57kg) failed in quarter final and never won any medal.

    President of Pakistan Olympic Association (POA), Lt Gen (Retd) Arif Hassan was present at Mohammad Ali Boxing Stadium Dhaka to watch Pakistani boxers in action.

    On the medals table, Pakistan stood third with four golds, while India claimed the first spot with three gold medals and Bangladesh finished there campaign on second position with two gold medals, one silver and two bronze.



    Two other boxers Nadir Baloch (48kg) and Amir Khan were defeated in the semi-final stage and both had to content with bronze medal.
    Pakistan Boxing team will cam back at Karachi airport today (Tuesday) at 5-15pm along with some other contingent teams.

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