On 6/25, at Marine Park D Punjab vs Imperial
Imperial 145 all out from 23 overs, Orient Bostic 45, A. Mofford 27 and Everard Olliverre 22 not out, bowling for Punjab,left arm pacer Zafar Khan 3/26, Rizwan Akram 2/52 and Junaid Qasim 2/13. Punjab 146 for 2 from 23 overs, Bilal Ahmad 79 not out and Adnan Khan 37 not out.
Punjab winning by 8 wickets.
On 6/25, at Marine Park A: Middlesex vs Brooklyn Knights
Brooklyn Knights claim the toss and asked Middlesex to take first strike. Middlesex 226 for 3 from 30 overs, Windwards islands batsman, Donwell Hector hitting his 2nd ton in as many matches this season, with a magnificent 113 not out, he batted right through the innings, his inning consist of 5 fours and 5 sixes, good support came from Skipper Dominic Audain 41 not out, and Andre Kirton 21. Bowling for Brooklyn Knights, Nabil 1/25, Qaisar 1/41,and Nafees 1/49. Brooklyn Knights, 195 all out, Moshim Bhatti top scored with a lusty 49, which included 6 towering sixes, Umer played well for a stylish, classy 39, bowling for Middlesex, Mark Audain 2/20, Dominic Audain 2/28, Mc Nevin Oggarro 2/28, and former West Indies fast bowler Adam Samford 2/35.
Middlesex winning by 31 runs
On 6/26, at Marine Park C: Queensbury vs Imperial
Imperial 252 for 8 from 34 overs, former Windward Islands batsman Kester Sylvester hit his 2nd Century this season with a magnificent 117 not out, Jason Williams 21 and Foster Lewis 20, bowling for Queensbury, former West Indies youth player Andre McCarty was the most successful bowler for Queensbury, he finished with 4/30, Joseph Shortt 2/37. Queensbury replied with 125 all out from 25 overs, Kiron Cuffy 21 not out, J. Cujo 21 and M. Stanford 20, bowling for Imperial, Mark Lawrence 4/43, Shamroy Primo 3/27 and Arthur Cains 2/12.
Imperial winning by 131 runs.
On 6/26 Panthters vs Punjab
Panthers 127 all out, Quyyam topped scored with 35, Left arm pacer Zafar Khan was the chief destroyer for Punjab, he finished with 5/10 from 7 overs. Punjab 128/3 from 26 overs, Mohammad Naeem 47 not out and Imran Mazhar 30 not out.
Punjab winning by 7 wickets.
On 6/26 Diplomats vs Grenada
Diplomats won the toss and decided to bat first and made 220 allout in 33 overs. (Francis Mendonca 74, Kevin Charles 22, Selwyn Smith 39, Romeno Deane 24, Tegana Mckenzie 12, Hubert Lewis 18).
Bowling for Grenada (K. Latouche 6-40-3, Banton 5-34-1, L.Douglas 4-1-20-1, E.James 6-31-3, Gregory Anthony 7-42-1).
In reply Grenada made 223-6 in 32.4 overs and won the game by 4 wkts. (R. Murray 56, E. James 52, D. Alexander 10, K. George 10, Joseph Peters 32*, L. Douglas 19*).
Bowling for Diplomats ( Francis Mendonca 7-1-30-0, Arlin Hinds 7-53-5, Tegana Mckenzie 5-34-1, Trinson Carmichael 7-1-32-0).