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ZAFRULLAH KHAN MALIK MEMORIAL CRICKET TOURNAMENT

PLAYING FOR PEACE SINCE 2012

Named to honor (late) Mrs. Nasra Wazir Ali's brother, (late) Zafrullah Khan Malik, this greatly exhilarating, annual, inter-Nasra cricket competition was begun in 2012. Open to players aged 12-17, our cricket tournament caters to all 5 campuses of ETNS and includes the participation of 6 Boys' and 5 Girls' Teams: 1 of each per ETNS Campus, plus a Nasra Public School's Boys' Team. Round matches are frequently held at the UBL Ground, while the final usually takes place at National Stadium at Karachi amid thousands of frenzied, cheering fans in the audience.  

Each thrilling final of the Zafrullah Khan Malik Cricket Tournament is graced by the presence of a Chief Guest of Honor. We have been supremely blessed to have had the following esteemed personalities serving as our honored guests on these occasions, awarding trophies to the champions and various prizes to the best performing players: Mr. Zaka Ashraf (Chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board); Wasim Akram (former Pakistani cricketer, cricket commentator and television personality); Fawad Alam (Pakistani cricketer);  Mr. Ejaz Ahmed Farooqui (President of KCCA); Mr. Jalal-ud-din (former Pakistani cricketer) and Muhammad Zaka Ashraf (president of the Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited & Ex Chairman of PCB).  

In the near future, we expect to open up our cricket tournament to other schools in the city of Karachi, transcending from an inter-house to inter-school level competition, all the while spreading our motto- a message which is the very essence of our founder's philosophy: Play for Peace. 

NASRA HALL OF FAME

SPOTLIGHT: WASIM BARI 

An alumnus of Nasra School, former national Pakistani cricket sensation Wasim Bari is one of our most notable and recognizable graduates of all time! A critically acclaimed athlete who served as wicket-keeper and right-handed batsman on Pakistan's cricket team from 1967 to 1984, Wasim is regarded as one of the most capped players in Pakistani Test History.  After being conferred with a Lifetime Achievement Award by Pakistan Cricket Board, Wasim proceeded to serve as PCB's chief operating officer.  

 

Though retired from the sport, he regularly attends our Zafrullah Khan Malik Memorial Cricket Tournament and other school events, delighting students and faculty alike.   

ETNS is a not-for-profit organization established in 1950 under the Trust Act of 1882.  

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ETNS HEAD OFFICE

13, Modern Cooperative Housing Society Block 7/8,

Tipu Sultan Road, Karachi

Tel: (+92-21) 3236-1313-4