ISLAMABAD - The Pakistan Squash Federation (PSF) has re-elected Qamar Zaman as it's vice president in the annual general council meeting that held at Pakistan Air Force (PAF) headquarters in the chair of Air Chief Marshal Tanvir Mehmood, who is also president PSF. The house also elected Col. (R) Shaihd from Baluchistan for Vice President, as Sindh's Adnan Asad vacated the seat. The meeting discussed other items for the promotion of the game including players and coaches' performance, activities calendar of year 2009, and various disciplinary cases registered during the previous year. The house also formed a committee under Qamar Zaman for selection of international tournaments for national team. The committee, also comprised by President Punjab Squash Association (PSA) Amjad Noon, would choose the important tournaments from a list provided by top players for the participation. Meanwhile, Air Chief Marshal Tanvir Mehmood Ahmed said that overall performance of players and coaches was satisfactory. He emphasised on the improvement of performance in all departments of the game. The house also decided to continue its sponsorship for the top four players of the country and an incentive-based treatment remaining players. The PSF chief expressed his displeasure over the violation of discipline by national outfits and advised them to obey the discipline. While issuing a warning to the ill disciplined players, he said that everybody should abide the laws. He directed that no player should go to media on any matter. "If anyone has a complaint he should consult with the top offices of the federation and not to bring it into the media," he stated. During the meeting, Sindh Squash Association (SSA) was declared winner of the pride of performance award for year 2008. The top four players, selected for sponsorship, were also present in the meeting along with their coaches. It was noted that for the period under review, Aamir Atlas Khan had improved his ranking from 55 to 15, Frahan Mehboob from 153 to 21, Mansoor Zaman from 33 to 28 while Yasir Butt had moved up from 71 to 45 in one year. The players were briefed that though there had been a positive improvement in their rankings, the PSF is still expecting them to excel further in the game as they were being provided with all possible support and facilities. It was highlighted that the body given attention to infrastructure development and streamlining and revitalizing the role of provincial academies. Support to the academies is further being augmented through setting up of Squash Centres at major cities across the country. State-of-the-art centres have already been constructed at Rawalpindi and Mardan while a Provincial Squash Centre at Karachi is ready for inauguration and a similar facility is coming up at Quetta. It was also highlighted that all these measures were undertaken through sponsorship money with very little support from the Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) or the Ministry of Sports. The house was also apprised the broad contours of the PSF's Vision 2011, which aims at lateral spread of the game at primary level.