On 7/9 Warriors vs Shaheen
Warriors won the toss and took first strike. Warriors 291 all out, Openers Munawar and Choudhry produce and opening partnership of 180 runs, the young 18 year old Asad Manuwar continue his prolific form this season with a Blazing 142, Captain Sohail Choudhry batted responsible for a well played 49, Ata Khan finished off the inning with a quick fire 30 not out. Shaheen 226 all out, Ibrar 41, Awais Butt 32. Bowling for Warriors, left arm spinner Waqas Mazhar 5/43 from 6 overs, Jawaad Gujjar 1/23 from 6 overs, Asad Munawar 1/34 from 5 overs and Khurram Farooq 1/43 from 7 overs .
Warriors winning by 65 runs.
On 7/9 Middlesex vs Challengers at Marine Park B
Challengers won the toss and asked Middlesex to take first strike. Middlesex found themselves in early trouble losing 4 wickets for 14 runs , but it was Mark Audain who batted with great determination and caution with youngster Avinash Ramnarine produced a half century 5th wicket partnership, to give Middlesex a respectable score of 173 for 8 from 35 overs. Mark Audain topped scored with 40, Avinash Ramnarine 27, Rod Michael a well played 26 not out, and Adam Sanford a quick fire 20. Bowling for Challengers, Fahad Magul produced a magnificent spell to finish 3/14 from 6 overs. Challengers 174 for 8 from 34.3 overs, Extras topped score with 48, Mohamed Ali an aggressive 43 and Naseem Adnan with a match winning responsible 26 not out. Bowling for Middlesex, Selywn Cain was the most successful bowler 2/17 from 4 overs, Lester Benn 2/14 from 3 overs, and Andre Kirton 2/37 from 7 overs. Challengers won by 2 wickets, it was an exciting match, that came down to the last over.
On 7/9, Imperial vs Brooklyn Knights at Marine Park D
Brooklyn Knights 191 all out from 31 overs, Abdullah Bhutta 73, Quisar 32 not out, Nabil Bhutta 25 and Khuram 20. Bowling for Imperial Kester Sylvester 3/39 from 7 overs, O. Mofford 2/31 from 3 overs, and Byron Mars 2/39 from 7 overs. Imperial 196 for 2 from 27 overs, Foster Lewis played a wonderful knock; he made 75 not out, former Leeward Islands player Jason Williams 50 and Ashol a well played 42 not out. Bowling for Brooklyn Knights, Tariq 1/20 from 5 overs, and Umar 1/51 from 6 overs.
Imperial winning by 8 wickets.
On 7/9, Grenada vs Panthers, at Marine Park A
Panthers got back to winning ways with a 42 run victory over Grenada. Batting first Panthers made 194. Panthers were in deep trouble at 128/8 after 27 overs. Mouzam Riaz and Mohammad Imran came together for a 66 runs not out partnership which took panthers to 194. Which proved to be too much for Grenada. Mouzam finished with 32 not out and Imran with 34 not out. For Grenada the pick of bowlers was K. Payne with figures of 7-0-27-3 and Antuan with 6-1-31-2. In the Chase Grenada got off to a bad start with Salman Ahmed continued with his habit by picking up wickets in his first over by getting in form Reggie Murray. Grenada Stumbled against the Spinners Once Again and managed only 152. Autuan was the highest scorer for Grenada with 34. The pick of bowlers for Panthers was Mohammad Imran bowled a masterclass spell of spin bowling with figures of 7-0-13-3.Salman Ahmed chipped in with figures of 7-0-30-2 and Mauzum Riaz also picked up 2 wickets.
On 7/10, St. Lucia vs Middlesex at Seaview Ave.
St. Lucia winning the toss and taking first strike, St.Lucia 266/5 from 31 overs, Middlesex took the field with only 7 players, until another 2 players came after 1.5 hours of play. St. Lucia capitalized on the occasion, Jacob Emmanuel produced a whirlwind knocked, he made 55, he hit 2 massive sixes and 6 fours, before he was trapped LBW by Mark Audain, Jude Baptiste produced a quick fire 31, before he was out caught by wicket Keeper Donwell Hector from a Mark Audain out swinger, in the main while Victor Mangal batted responsible for 71, Charles Prince a well played 31, bowling for Middlesex, Mark Audain was the most successful bowler with 2/57 from 7 overs, Adam Sanford 1/33 from 7 overs, Rod Michael 1/55 from 5 overs and Avinash Ramnarine 1/19 from 1 over. Middlesex required 267 from 28 overs, after being penalized for a late start. The large crowd was treated to some magnificent batting by the Vincentian duo, Mark Audain and Windward Islands player, Donwell Hector. Middlesex 267 without loss; it was a Brooklyn Cricket League opening stand record partnership between Mark Audain and Donwell Hector. Donwell Hector produced his 4th Century of season with a Master Class 161 not out, his first 50 came from 20 deliveries, he was harsh on L. Clifford , St. Lucia national fast bowler, hitting him for 6 consecutive fours in an over. He was very harsh to any delivery on his leg stump, it was a classical boundary filled innings. He hit 26 fours, and 1 six. Mark Audain played the sheet anchored rolled, it was an inning of sound defense, mixed with aggression, he played the ball to all parts of the field, it was a chanceless classy innings, he hit 10 fours, and 3 sixes, to finish with a polished 93 not out.
Middlesex winning by 10 wickets.
On 7/10, Punjab vs Challengers
Challengers 129 all out from 30 overs, Mohamed Shafique 34 , Sabi Hassan 32, and Irfan 20, bowling for Punjab, left arm seamer Zafar Khan 4/37 from 6 overs, Saqib Saleen 2/18 from 5 overs. Punjab 130 for 8, Qasim Javed 34 and Wassem 32.
Punjab winning by 2 wickets.