Panthers vs Middlesex
On 7/31, at Marine Park B, Panthers won the toss and elected to take first strike. Panthers 290 for 7 from 35 overs, Ulphat Shazad played a master class knock; he scored his 2nd century of the season, with a brilliant 103, which included 13 fours, and a six, good support came from the reliable Ijaz Butt with a well played 66, which included 10 fours, Salik Iqbal chipped in with 22 not out, and Captain Asim Shazad 20.

Ulfat Shazad hit his second ton of the season, 103 against Middlesex.

Bowling for Middlesex, left arm spinner Lester Benn was the most successful bowler with 3/34 from 4 overs, Dominic Audain 1/33 from 5 overs, Donwell Hector 1/38 from 7 overs, and Mark Audain 1/47 from 6 overs.

It was an uphill tasked for Middlesex, after losing in form batsman Donwell Hector bowled by Nousherwan Adil for a duck, and Alston Bacchus LBW playing across the line to a well pitched up delivery from Nousherwan Adil for a duck in the first over. Former Captain Dominic Audain, joined the new captain, his father Mark Audain, the pair consolidated the innings to put on 103 for the 3rd wicket. Mark Audain batted with great determination for a flamboyant 48, which included 8 beautiful boundaries, Dominic Audain played in his typical aggressive style, for a well crafted 67, which included 5 fours and 3 massive sixes, Rod Michael played well for 29 not out, and Adam Sanford chipped in with 25, taking Middlesex to 207 all out from 31 overs. Bowling for Panthers, off spinner Salman Ahmad 2/38 from 7 overs, left arm seamer Nousherwan Adil 2/39 from 7 overs, Mouzam 1/17 from 5 overs, Asim Shazad 1/26 from 4 overs, and Mohammad Imran 1/35 from 4 overs, was the successful bowlers for Panthers.
Panthers winning by 83 runs.

Pak Kashmir vs Carriacou
On 7/30, at Marine Park D, Pak Kashmir 189 all out from 35 overs, Asim Shah 27, Zaheer Hussain 24, Waheed Shazad 20, and Majid 20 not out. Bowling for Carriacou, left arm spinner Devon Jones 5/24 from 7 overs, and L.Andrews 2/38 from 7 overs. Carriacou 191 for 4 from 28.5 overs, Regan Alexander 98 not out, David Agustine 39, and Ken Mathurine 24, bowling for Pak Kashmir, Waheed 1/12 from 2 overs, Aqeel 1/20 from 2 overs, and Imtiaz Ahmad 1/33 from 4 overs.
Carriacou winning by 6 wickets.