Queensbury VS Brooklyn Knights
On Saturday 8/21 at Marine Park D, Queensbury VS Brooklyn Knights, Brooklyn Knights scored 307 all out. This was a family affair with the Shah and Butta brothers scoring most of the runs for Brooklyn Knights, Khurram Butta 78, Young talented Waqqas Shah 73, Kashif Shah 41, Nefise Butta 34, Nabil Butta 29. Bowling for Queensbury, Kiran Cuffy 3/44 from 8 overs, Joseph Shott 2/6 from 1 over, and Sandiford 2/52 from 8 overs.Queensbury 196 all out, the veteran Iva Martin topped scored with 76, Sandiford 22 and Kenneth Charles 17 was the only batsmen to offer any resistance. Bowling for Brooklyn Knights, it was brothers, Yasir Butta 5/28 and Nabil Butta 2/32 was the chief wicket takers, Brooklyn Knights winning by 111 runs.
Middlesex VS Warriors
On Saturday 8/21 at Marine Park B, Middlesex VS Warriors, Warriors won the toss and took first strike. Warriors 185 all from 35 overs, Kabir topped scored with a well played 53, good support came from Asrad Khan with a solid 43, and Saqib 24, bowling for Middlesex, Veteran Treldon Mc Millan bowling his off spin, produced a career best 5/42 from 7 overs, he bowled with good flight and accuracy, former West Indies fast bowler Adam Sanford 2/27. When Middlesex batted they can only manage 137 all out from 23.4 overs. At one stage of the run chase, Middlesex was 95 for 3 from 12 overs. Oneil Powell played well for a polished 57, Patrick Atkinson 19 was the only other batsman to get into double figures. Jabie produced a remarkable spell of spin bowling, which started the Middlesex calypso collapse, he extracted bounce and turn to finish with 5/22 from 6.4 overs. Warriors winning by 48 runs.
Cavaliers VS Punjab
On Saturday 8/21 at Marine Park C, Cavaliers VS Punjab, Punjab batted first and scored 183 for 5 from 30 overs, Bilal Ahmed topped scored with 76 not out, and Adnan Khan 30, bowling for Cavaliers, former West Indies left arm spinner Neil McGarrell picked up 3 wickets. Cavaliers 166 all out, Naeem Arif, and Adnan Khan picked up 3 wicket each, Rizwan Akram 2/30 from 6 overs were the chief wicket takers for Punjab. Punjab winning by 17 runs.