Pakistan win the World Youth Scrabble Championship

Muhammad Asif Khan
The 8th annual World Youth Scrabble Championship (WYSC) took place at the Etisalat Academy in Dubai, where Pakistan created history.
Moiz Ullah Baig kept his cool and warded off stiff challenge from 136 youth players to win the World Championship.
Moiz, who was playing his first ever world championship, was in great form throughout the mega event and never let his lead slip away. After reaching the 1st spot Moiz stayed No. 1 till the very end.
Moizullah
Moiz also created history by becoming the first Pakistani player to win a world championship. He is also the first player ever to win the WYSC in his very first appearance at this level.
Pakistan dominated the championship right from the beginning. Javeria Mirza was the runner up. This is also the first occasion that the top two positions were won by players from the same country.
Fifteen years old Maryam Arif grabbed 8th position. Javeria Salman was 15th, Hamza Sheikh 16th, Mirza Tayyab 18th and Yash Gandhi finished 19th.
Young 15-year old, Inshal faltered at the last moment and was defeated in his last two matches hence slipped to the 14th spot.
Pakistan also won the trophy for the No. 1 team as no other team came near Pakistan in terms of overall performance.
Data courtesy:
Tariq Pervez
Director, Youth Development,
Pakistan Scrabble Association.
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3 thoughts on “Pakistan win the World Youth Scrabble Championship

  1. Irshad Ali December 15, 2013 at 8:35 am Reply

    Zabardast Asif Sb. your story give encouragement to young pakistani scrabble players.

  2. mak374 December 16, 2013 at 10:45 am Reply

    Irshad, you also do a lot of work for other sports in Pakistan.
    It’s about time we all should focus of sports other than Cricket.

    • Irshad Ali December 17, 2013 at 9:10 am Reply

      you are right asif bhai, i will give more time to other sports.

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