Samurai C.C Vs Nagoya C.C
July 30, Ashikaga
Defending champions Samurai scored an imposing 296 in 39 overs powered by a century by Devasurendra and a late order thrust by Prabhath Mendis who scored 44 runs batting at no. 8. Nagoya in return could only score 132 runs with Mudassar Ghumman is the only one who could make any sort of significant contribution.
Samurai: 296/10 (39.1 ov). D Devasurendra 118, P Mendis 44. H Ali 4/50.
Nagoya: 132/10 (23.4 ov). M Ghumman 48, D Devasurendra 3/17
Falcons C.C Vs Serendib C.C
July 29, Edogawa
After securing a berth in the semi-final of KCL in their debut season in the previous match itself, the Tokyo Falcons beat Serendip in their last league match to come second in the group. Batting first Serendip was 179 all out in 35 overs. But they had their moments when they reduced the Falcons to 20/3 inside 4 overs. But the untimely arrival of rain set the Falcons a target of 159 in 27 overs which they achieved with 7 wickets to spare in the 24th over.
Serendib:179/10 (35 ov).
Falcons: 159/3 (23.5 ov).
Men In Blue C.C Vs Pakistan Stars C.C
July 22, Edogawa
A score of 243/6 by the Men In Blue was too much for the Pakistan Stars to chase under the hot sun with just 7 players on their side. MIB won by 101 runs.
MIB: 243/6 (35 ov). Abhishek 46, Sanket 63, Thouseef 46, Bala 39*.
Pakistan Stars: 142/7 (all out, 24 ov). Rasheed Rana 40.