On 5/28, Shaheen vs Carriacou
Shaheen 238/8 from 35 overs, A. Ahsan 60, W. Daniyal 55, K. Akram 47. Carriacou 108 all out, bowling for Shaheen, Akram Khan 3/25, Awais Butt 2/20, Z. Usman 2/18.
Shaheen winning by 130 runs.
On 5/28, Challengers vs Pak Kashmir
Challengers 152 all out, M. Shani 73, Malik Razzak 22, bowling for Pak Kashmir, Imtiaz Ahmed 5/13. Pak Kashmir 153/5, Amir Butt 70, Zarfar Iqbal 36 not out, Asim Shah 21, bowling for Challengers, Adnan 2/27, Urfan 2/28, and Tayyab 1/36.
Pak Kashmir winning by 5 wickets.
On 5/29, Challengers vs Carriacou
Challengers 312/7 from 35 overs, Qamar Gulzar produced a magnificent inning 166. He stroke the ball gloriously to all parts of the field, to compile the highest score this year in the BCL, good support came from Mohammad Ali 39. Carriacou 253 all out, details individual scores not available.
Challengers winning by 59 runs.
On 5/29, Middlesex vs Warriors
Warriors won the toss and elected to take first strike, Captain Suhail Chudhry made a patient and well crafted 87, the prolific young openning batsman Asad Munawar continue his fine form from last season with a classy 45, Khurrum Whala 15, bowling for Middlesex, Mark Audain was the peak of the bowling with a fine spell, in which he moved the ball both ways to finish with 3/28 from 7 overs, former USA under 19 left arm spinner Andre Kirton 2/40 from 7 overs, and Skipper Dominic Audain former USA under 19 speedster, 2/50 from 6.1 overs. Middlesex 164\9 from 35 overs, Rod Michael the finisher produced a fine innings, to give Middlesex some hope, he made 48, Treldon Mc Millan a well played 24, and Dominic Audain with 15 was the only batsmen to get into double figures. Bowling for Warriors, Khurrum Whala 2/45 from 7 overs, Waqas Muhgul 2/45 from 6 overs, Kurrum F. 1/12 from 4 overs, Asad Janjua 1/10 from 5 overs, Main Zaheer 1/20 from 4 overs, and Juwad 1/27 from 7 overs. Warriors winning by 26 runs
MAY 28th, 2011
Brooklyn Stars vs Wanderers
Brooklyn stars claimed the toss and elected to bat first. They were struggling as they were 4 down for 21. But a quick fire 40 from Asim Raja and a solid 31 from Abbas Ghulam and little partnership from Yasir and Baqar Shah, Brooklyn Stars managed to make 200. Wanderers were all out for 143.
May 29th, 2011
Brooklyn Stars vs. St. Lucia
Batting first, Brooklyn Stars and made 172 in allotted 35 overs, Amir Bhatti 69 and Jazeb Tahir 30. St. Lucia were all out for modest 69 because of excellent bowling from Yasir Bhutta, who claimed his first 5 wicket haul of the season. Amir Bhatti and Jazeb Tahir also chipped in with 2 wickets each and Abbas Ghulam with 1 wicket to his name.
Brooklyn Stars won by 107 runs.