Shubham Rohilla's maiden List-A century, a 136-ball 118, set the base for Haryana's 53-run win over Assam in Delhi. Rohilla and his opening partner, Nitin Saini, led a strong batting performance with a 132-run partnership for the first wicket. Saini was dismissed for an 84-ball 54, after which rapid knocks from Chaitanya Bishnoi (42 off 37 balls), Shivam Chauhan (47 off 24 balls) and Rahul Tewatia (35 not out off 13 balls) took the side past 300. Chauhan and Tewatia added 41 runs for the fourth wicket off only 15 balls, after Rohilla had been dismissed, having struck 12 fours and a six in his innings.
Assam struggled from the start in their chase, with few batsmen going on to convert their starts. The two who did so were captain Arun Karthik (60 off 63 balls) and No. 10 Pritam Das (65 not out off 43 balls). Das' 77-run partnership for the tenth wicket with Arup Das was the best in Assam's innings and whittled down the margin of defeat after they had been 176 for 9 in the 37th over.
Fifties from Baroda opener Aditya Waghmode (92 off 82 balls) and Deepak Hooda (78 not out off 63 deliveries) steered the side to a five-wicket win over Odisha, as they chased down 282 with 22 balls to spare.
Waghmode steered the chase early on, adding half-century stands for the first and second wickets with Kedar Devdhar and Krunal Pandya. Once Waghmode was dismissed, Hooda and Yusuf Pathan (38) gradually shut Odisha out of the game with a steady 109-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Hooda's unbeaten knock included six fours and four sixes. Odisha's 281 for 7 was built on a half-century from Govinda Poddar (77 off 86 balls), while Anurag Sarangi (37), Subhranshu Senapati (35) and Abhishek Yadav (40) also chipped in. Left-arm spinner Swapnil Singh was the best bowler for Baroda with returns of 3 for 58.
An unbeaten 69 from Gurkeerat Singh and a quickfire 46* off 24 balls from Manpreet Gony helped Punjab to a slim three-wicket win against Railways in Delhi. Punjab were struggling at 167 for 7 while chasing 247 before Gurkeerat and Gony joined forces in the 42nd over. They hammered 80 runs in only 47 balls to take Punjab home in the last over. The win was also highlighted by Yuvraj Singh's run-a-ball 66 after Railways had removed the Punjab top order within 20 overs.
Earlier, Railways came close to scoring 250 led by a half-century from captain Arindam Ghosh (83). Their biggest partnership was of 91 between Pratham Singh (41 off 100) and Ghosh for the third wicket, but regular wickets thereafter meant Railways could not put up a massive score to challenge the Punjab line-up.