ISLAMABAD As many as 25 games of the second Islamabad Premiere Bowling League (IPBL) were completed at F-9 Park Mega Bowling Zone here on Sunday night. Local boy Ijaz-Ur-Rehman remained on top with 4401 points by displaying excellent skills in 25 games while Kahlid Butt got second spot with 4378 points. Saleem Baig finished third with 4344 points. Secretary Pakistan Tenpin Bowling Federation (PTF) informed reporters here that as many as 60 games would be played during the whole month and 30 were participating in the local bowling event. The league will continue on regular basis and this is an example set by the Islamabad Bowling Association for other cities. By organizing this type of bowling events they can also spot the talent, he viewed. This league will certainly hep us hunt the new talent and select best sides for the forthcoming international bowling events. However, players have to toil hard to go on top at national and international level, he said. He further said that federation was taking every possible step to promote the game in the country. However, the PTBF needs support from the Ministry of Sports and Pakistan Sports Board (PSB) to overcome the challenges, he added.