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  • Cedar College, Nixor win basketball titles

    KARACHI: Cedar College won the girls basketball title while Nixor College clinched the boys basketball title here at the Karachi School-College Games being held in the city under the auspices of Pakistan School Sports Olympics...

    Cedar College outplayed The Lyceum School 9-0 in the final held at the The City School PAF Chapter...

  • Nixor College wins football title

    KARACHI: Nixor College outplayed Cedar College (B) 3-0 in the final to win the football title at the Karachi School-College Games here on Wednesday...

    Ahmed Khan from Nixor College was decaled the best player of tournament...

  • Nixor College Red clinch girls throwball title

    KARACHI: Nixor College Red beat Nixor College White 2-0 to win the Jinnah Cup Girls Throwball Tournament here on Sunday...

    The event was organised by the Sindh Throwball Association in collaboration with the Pakistan Throwball Federation (PTF) and Nixor College...

  • Nixor College, Haq Academy triumph in girls throwball event

    KARACHI: Nixor College, Karachi Medical Dental College, Haq Academy Red and Habib Girls School won their matches at the junior and senior team competitions respectively as the 6th Culligan Girls Senior & Junior Throwball Tournament 2015 commenced here at the City School Darakhshan Campus on Tuesday...

    Naila Durrani, Principal The City School Darakhshan Campus at Clifton, Karachi was the chief guest at the colourful opening ceremony...

  • CAS, Nixor College advance

    KARACHI: CAS prevailed over Bayview Academy while Nixor College overpowered Beaconhouse School System I in hard-fought quarter-final battles in the Horlicks Inter-school Tennis Tournament here at the Karachi Gymkhana on Sunday...

    In the other semi-final, Karachi Grammar School will meet Beaconhouse School System...

  • City School, Nixor College win inter-school basketball

    KARACHI: The City School Gulshan Campus, City School PAF Chapter and Nixor College emerged as champions in boys and girls basketball contests held at the Yolande Henderson Memorial Inter-School Basketball Tournament 2016 which was staged at the St Patrick’s High School...

    The schools which took part in the event included Lyceum School, Karachi Grammar School, The City School P...

  • Nixor College, FPS win inter-school tennis

    KARACHI: Foundation Public School and Nixor College emerged as winners in the Horlicks Inter-school Tennis Tournament which concluded here at the Karachi Gymkhana Club on Sunday...

    In the U-15 age group, Foundation Public School beat Karachi Grammar School after a titanic battle in the doubles...

  • CJM, Nixor College clinch throwball titles

    KARACHI:Convent of Jesus and Mary and Nixor College on Friday clinched the junior and senior throwball titles respectively here at the 7th Culligan Girls Throwball Tournament 2016, being held at The City School PAF Chapter...

    In the Seniors contest, a thrilling and hard fought final was played between Nixor College and Lyceum B which was won by Nixor 2-1...

  • Lyceum, Alpha and Nixor win TT, badminton finals

    KARACHI: Lyceum College overcame a stiff challenge from Alpha College in the final of the under-19 girls table tennis competition to win 2-0 on Friday at the DA Degree College campus...

    The event was held as part of the Karachi School-College Games being held in the city under the auspices of Pakistan School Sports Olympics...

  • Lyceum, Nixor in U-19 basketball quarter-finals

    KARACHI: The Lyceum School outplayed Habib Public School by 21-11 in the basketball under-19 boys competition while Nixor College edged past Karachi Grammar School 10-9 in the girls under-19 basketball contest on Thursday at the The City School PAF Chapter courts in the Karachi School-College Games 2017 which are being held at different venues in the city...

    In the basketball under-19 quarter-finals, which will be played on Friday,...

  • KGS, FPS, Nixor in inter-school tennis finals

    KARACHI: The semi-finals of the Horlicks Inter-school tennis tournament were organized by Perfect Strokes on Saturday at the Karachi Gymkhana...

    In the Under-15 ties, Karachi Grammar School overcame Beaconhouse School System II in straight sets in their respective matches while Foundation Public School edged past CAS...

  • Foundation, Nixor win inter-school tennis

    KARACHI: Foundation Public School overcame a spirited fight back by CAS to win the Under-15 group title while Nixor College beat Bahria College in the 16-18 group final here on Sunday at the Peek Freans Gluco Inter-School Tennis Tournament organised by Perfect Strokes team of Razia Babar and Nabil Hoodbhoy at the Karachi Gymkhana...

    In the 16-18 age group, Nixor College levelled the tie after Bahria took the early lead when Talha beat...

  • Nixor White, Southshore in semis

    KARACHI: Nixor White and Southshore School qualified for the semifinals for the Nixor A-Level Jinnah Cup Girls Throwball Tournament being held at Nixor College, DHA from Nov 20-22...

    In the preliminary pool A matches, Nixor White beat Southshore 2-1 while Beaconhouse got the better of City School PAF by 2-0...

  • Nixor, FPS clinch tennis titles

    KARACHI: Nixor College and Foundation Public School successfully defended their titles at the Inter-school Team Tennis Tournament which concluded here on Sunday at the Karachi Gymkhana tennis courts...

    In the 16-18 age group, a stiff competition was witnessed between Nixor College and Bahria College NORE I...

  • Lyceum, Nixor win basketball finals

    KARACHI: The Lyceum School outplayed The City School Gulshan to clinch the U-19 girls basketball final while Nixor College beat City School PAF by five points to win the U-19 boys basketball final at the Karachi School Olympics organised by the Karachi Divisional Olympic Association at various venues recently...

    In the boys’ final, Nixor scored 39 points while their opponents in the City PAF could muster only 32 points in front of a...

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