Tuskers had already secured the title but they could not end on a winning note, as Eagles completed a six-wicket win in the final round of games. Wellington Masakadza picked up 9 for 90, his best match figures, as Tuskers were dismissed for 174 in their second innings. Keith Kondo finished the match with a six as Eagles hustled past their target of 71 in 17.2 overs.

The platform for victory had been laid on the second and third days, as wicketkeeper Joylord Gumbie compiled his maiden first-class hundred. Gumbie finished unbeaten on 168 after batting for seven-and-a-half hours as Eagles totalled 356. Kondo (64) was the only other batsman to pass 30 but Gumbie's efforts helped secure a 104-run lead.

Tuskers had chosen to bat but could only manage 252, with slow left-armer Masakadza - younger brother of Hamilton and Shingi - taking 5 for 47. They fared even worse in their second innings, losing 9 for 82 after Keith Dabengwa fell for an aggressive 54, but Tuskers were already in an unassailable position at the top of the table, crowned Logan Cup champions for 2014-15.