Senior School Sports Fixtures Results 2017
Sports Event v Aitchison College
HockeyHockey Won by Lawrence College 4-0
CricketCricket Won by Aitchison College
FootballFootball Won by Aitchison College 2-0
BasketballBasketball Won by Lawrence College 52-37
AthleticsAthletics Won by Lawrence College
TrophyRUBBER WINNER Lawrence College
Prep School Colts Sports Fixtures Results 2017
Sports Event v Aitchison College
HockeyHockey Won by Lawrence College Colts
CricketCricket Won by Aitchison College Colts
FootballFootball Won by Aitchison College Colts
AthleticsAthletics Won by Lawrence College Colts

The Aitchison College sports contingent reached Ghora Gali in the evening of 19th of October to play the Annual Sports Fixture between the Senior School teams. The fixture was played from 20-22 October, 2017. After a tough competition, Aitchisonians won football and cricket, while Gallians won the fixtures by remaining victorious in basketball, hockey and athletics.

The competitions started in the morning of 20th of October with athletics events including long jump, discus throw and 200 metres. Gallians outdid Aitchisonians in all the events. In athletics, the performance of Hamid Sandhu, Rizwan Haider, Kamran Khan, Shah Muhammad and Anees Shehryar was commendable. Performance of Mustafa Janjua from Aitchison College has also been outstanding.

After athletics, there was Cricket which has always been a strong area of Aitchisonians. Gallians set a target of 116 runs. It was a soft target for Aitchisonians who met the target in just 15 overs.

The basketball match was played in the morning of 20th of October. In the start, Aitchisonians did well and took the lead, but outstanding performance of Hamid Sandhu and spectacular three-pointers of Abdullah Faisal Dar turned the tables on Aitchisonians and the match ended in favour of LC with 52 to 37.

The basketball match was followed by 800 metre and 4×100 metre relay races. Gallians won both the events. In 800 metres, Ayub Khan, Talha and Abdul Basit secured first three positions. In relay race, Hamid Sandhu, Shah Muhammad, Wassam Abbasi and Ali Nawaz brought LC to first position on the victory stand.

The football match was played in the evening of 20th of October. Gallians played well, but Aithisonians played much better and won the match with the score being 2-0. To that point, the fixture was levelled and was going to be decided after the hockey match.

At night, a formal dinner was served in honour of the Aitchisonians. Souvenirs were exchanged at the occasion. Principal Lawrence College, while addressing the gathering, said that the purpose of these traditional fixtures is to develop friendship and sportsman spirit. We play with Aitchisonians and not against them. He further added that Aitchisonians are always welcomed to Lawrence College and they should consider it as their second home.

Hockey match was played in the morning of 22nd of October. Gallians remained dominant throughout the match. Asfeer Sohail scored two goals while Kamran Khan and Noman Randhawa scored one goal each. The Aitchisonians also played very enthusiastically but failed to score any goal, the final result being 4-0.

We warmly congratulate our teams, coaches and staff for putting up such splendid display of sporting prowess. We also congratulate Aitchison College teams for putting up a very good display and giving our teams a tough time in all events. We also appreciate their sportsman spirit.

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Gallians and Aitchisonians Play A Tie Sports Fixture-2017 (19-22 October, 2017):

Inter-school sport fixtures provide students with the opportunity to participate in a structured sport competition which is played between schools. Fixtures provide great health benefits and other sources like pleasure, sense of healthy competition, sportsman spirit and discipline including social interaction and establishing friendships.

Mr. Asghar Ali Chaudhary, the Gamesmaster Prep School, along with his sports staff, organized the whole event of Annual Inter-School Sports Fixture which was held at Aitchison College , Lahore  between Prep Schools of both the Colleges ( Lawrence College, Murree and Aitchison College, Lahore).

On 19th of October, when the sun was winding its golden rays up, the sports contingent of Prep School, along with their chaperons, entered the Aitchison College and was warmly received by the hosts.

The three-day fixture, which was due from 20th -22nd of October, 2017, comprised the following events:

1. 20th Oct, 2017                                      Athletics and Hockey
2. 21st  Oct, 2017                                      Cricket and Athletics
3. 22nd  Oct, 2017                                    Football 

Young but valorous Gallians of Prep School showed superb skills and true sportsmanship in all the four events against Prep School of Aitchison College. Aitchisonians also played well. The results of the events are as under:


Fixture LCGG Goals/Scores By  Goals/Scores

Won By

20th Oct

Hockey Sanaullah Achakzai 2


20th Oct

Cricket Faizan Nasir Batting


21st Oct

Athletics Hadeed Babar All round best


22nd Oct

Football Ibrar Ali 1


On 21st October, a formal dinner was served in honour of the young Gallians. The Principal Aitchison College graced the ceremony as chief guest. Mr Muhammad Waqas, on behalf of the Principal Lawrence College, made a moving speech thanking the top as well as lower level administrative staff for such a caring, loving and  professional honour they were given at Aitchison College.

The Principal Aitchison College, in his address, highly appreciated the sportsman spirit of the Gallians as well as their grooming. He gave away the College Souvenir to chaperons. The Principal further added that these events gave both the Colleges the opportunity to develop friendship, share experiences, exchange views and strengthen bonds of friendship between them.

Both the colts of Aitchison College as well as Lawrence College played well and the spectators watched quality matches and performances in the fixture.

The fixture ended on 22nd of October with a hope of better ties between both sister-institutions in future.