Prime Bank Cricket Club finished on top of the table at the end of the first stage of 11 games. They will head into the Super League - featuring the top six, who will carry their points forward - with 18 points, two ahead of Prime Doleshwar Sporting Club and Abahani Limited.
Brothers Union captain Mizanur Rahman finished the first phase as the top run-getter. His 418 runs came at an average of 52.25 and a strike rate of 133.97. Rahman struck the only century of this phase too, apart from three fifties, as he came into his own in the last four innings, making 202 runs at a strike rate of 140.27.
Rahman scored heavily to help his side Brothers Union secure a mid-table position. He got off to quick starts, and managed to bat long, hitting three fifties. Two of those were match-winning efforts of 79* and 74, the runs coming at a strike rate of 140-plus on both occasions.
Mohammad Isam is ESPNcricinfo's Bangladesh correspondent. @isam84