ISLAMABAD Police outclassed Khyber Pakhtunkwa in the margin of 68-22 in the opening match of the first International Beach Kabaddi Tournament started here at the PSB on Monday. In the second match Navy shocked Punjab by 48-16. Wapda overpowered Balochistan 41-04, PAF beat Sindh 58-15 and Army out-muscled Police 56-15. In the second last match, Army narrowly edged-out Navy 39-30. In the last match of the day mighty Iran outclassed Minnows Afghanistan by 43-12. The real fight of the tournament was witnessed in the evening session fixture between PAF and Wapda. The match was a treat to watch as a large number of crowd witnessed the match and cheered for the teams. PAF who got services of three international players could not start the game well as their opponent led the first half with score 19-17. Although the score margin was not much to worry about for experienced PAF team but Wapda players continued to mount pressure and in the middle of the second half they got healthy lead of 9 points. But experienced prevails as PAF made strong comeback in the match and their seasoned players Tajamul and Faryad played exceptionally well for their side and stunned Wapda overtaking the deficit first and then wrapping up the match with 41-38. For Wapda M Hussain and M Ali played well but could not stop their vast experienced opponents from winning. A total of 11 teams including from Afghanistan and Iran and national sides of Wapda, Punjab, police, Sindh, army, KP, Balochistan, navy and PAF are taking part in the three-day championship. Director General Pakistan Sports Board Syed Amir Hamza Gilani was the chief guest while Iranian Deputy Ambassador Aga Safri, Major (Retd) M Afzal Director General Pakistan Olympics Association, Col Qaiser Mustafa, Secretary Army Sports Directorate and Rana M Sarwar, Secretary Pakistan Kabaddi Federation were also present on the occasion. CDA Chairman Imtiaz Inayat Elahi will be the chief guest today (Tuesday) while Federal Minister for Industries Ch Pervaiz Elahi will be the chief guest on the conclusion ceremony.