8/20, T20 Knockout Match
Middlesex vs Cavaliers

Middlesex won the toss and took first strike. Middlesex 181 for 8 from 20 overs, Sharaz Baksh 89, Adam Sanford 20 not out, bowling for Cavaliers, Rubelto Bynoe 2/29 from 4 overs, Michael Providence 2/31 from 4 overs, Damien Reid 1/17 from 4 overs and Timothy Warner 1/34 from 4 overs.

Sharaz Baksh during his knock of 89. Photo courtesy of Mark Audain.

Cavaliers 103 for 8 from 19 overs, Albert Texeira 31 and Ezekiel Williams 22, bowling for Middlesex, Sharaz Baksh 3/12 from 3 overs, Sean Edwards 1/13 from 3 overs, Mark Audain 1/17 from 3 overs and Adam Sanford 1/26 from 4 overs.
Middlesex winning by 78 runs.

8/20, T20 match
Wanderers vs Imperial

Imperial 240 for 4 from 20 overs, Jason Williams 119, and Jason Nelson 52 not out, bowling for Wanderers, Rawl Jackman 2/37 from 4 overs. Wanderers 90 all out in 16.3 overs, A. Bailey 21, bowling for Imperial, Shamroy Premo 3/24 from 4 overs, Agustus Mofford 2/16 from 4 overs and Orlin Earle 2/11 from 2 overs.
Imperial winning by 150 runs.

8/20, T20 Match
Panthers vs Jinnah

Panthers 132 all out from 19.4 overs, Nousherwan Adil 32, bowling for Jinnah, Jameel Shah 2/17 from 4 overs, Asim Pervaiz 2/12 from 4 overs, and Usman 2/32 from 4 overs. Jinnah 133 for 1 in 18.4 overs, Ansar 60 not out, and Irfan 40 not out.
Jinnah winning by 9 wickets.

Zafar Iqbal of Pak Kashmir hit an exact 100 retired against Queensbury. Photo by Syed Salman.

8/21, T20 Knockout Match
Pak Kashmir vs Middlesex
Pak Kashmir won the toss and asked Middlesex to take first strike. Middlesex 172 for 6 from 20 overs, Andre Kirton 45, Donwell Hector 33, Rod Michael 24 not out, Sharaz Baksh 23, and Mark Audain 20. Bowling for Pak Kashmir, Amir Butt 2/29 from 4 overs, Zafar Iqbal 1/33 from 4 overs, Mohammad Hussain 1/36 from 4 overs and Majid Azam 1/43 from 4 overs. Pak Kashmir 101 all out from 19.4 overs, Majid Azam 30 and Faisal Khan 23, bowling for Middlesex, Dominic Audain 4/13 from 4 overs, Treldon Mc Millan 2/8 from 2 overs, Andre Kirton 2/15 from 4 overs, and Mark Audain 1/27 from 4 overs.
Middlesex winning by 70 runs. Middlesex qualifying for the Semi Finals, their next opponent will be Jinnah cricket club.

On 8/20, 35 Overs Competition
Queensbury vs Pak Kashmir

Pak Kashmir 301/2 from 30 overs, Zafar Iqbal 100 retired, Asim Shah 66, Zaheer Hussain 54, and Shaban Ali 29. Queensbury 184 for 9 from 27 overs, K. Cujo 65, Mike Bato 28, Anthony Marsh 24 and Joseph Shortt 22, bowling for Pak Kashmir, 2 wickets each for Aqeel, Zarfar Iqbal, and Imtiaz Ahmed, 1 wicket each for Zaheer and Saleem.
Pak Kashmir winning by 117 runs.

 
 
 
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