KARACHI - A poor final round gave Pakistans leading professional Javed Inayat joint 10th and a consolation cash award of $1631 at the end of the four round of the Gareemphone Bangladesh Masters, carrying $75,000 prize money, on Sunday at the Kurmitola golf course near Dhaka. According to information received here, Javed Inayat who had carded a hole in one to finish five under 67 and grab 7th rung ,faltered on the fourth round which he ended at poor two over 74 for an overall score of par 288 to share the 10th position with host nations Liton Howlader. Other three Pakistanis who made the cut finished low on the leader board. Aadil Jahangir finished 26th to get US dollar 735 in prize money. He played the fourth round well at one over 73 to finish the event at 299. His brother Danyal Jahangir finished at 45th rung with total score of 305 and prize money of US dollar 438. Waheed Baloch finished the competition on 53rd ladder with total score of 308 and a prize money of US dollar 341. Of the five Pakistani who travelled to Dhaka to appear in the competition part of Asian Development Tour only Ghulam Rasool could not win any cash prizes.