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Lions were dismissed for 241 despite Umar Siddiq's century in the second innings and set SNGPL a target of 104 for their second win of the tournament. Ali Waqas' unbeaten 43 and Akmal's unbeaten 29 helped the side brush off a poor start to seal the win.
The SNGPL bowlers did well too. Imran Khalid's 4 for 51 was key in restricting Lions to 232 in the first innings, while Asad Ali chipped in with 4 for 77 in the second innings.
After being skittled out for 185 in the first innings, WAPDA ended up conceding a lead of 106. However, Iftikhar and Raees led the resurgence, smashing 132 and 122 respectively to help WAPDA declare their second innings at a formidable 354 for 6. Chasing 249, Tigers folded for only 89 as Mohammad Ali, along with Waqas Maqsood, ran through the line-up. Mohammad Ali, who had taken three wickets in the first innings, ended with his second ten-wicket haul in first-class games, while Maqsood added two wickets to his first-innings tally of 5 for 86.
Prince Abbas and Hasan Mahmood then combined to take seven wickets as Panthers managed 251 in their second innings. Jamaluddin scored 116 and Akbar Badhshah made 57 but their efforts were just enough to prevent an innings defeat. United Bank knocked off the target of 10 to register their second win.
Subhan piled on the runs in the second innings, making his highest first-class score of 207 to lead Dolphins to 458 for 8 declared. There were also fifties from Saad Ali and Mohammad Hasan, again. The Dolphins bowlers persevered for 106 overs, but ZTBL salvaged the draw.
Usman Saeed, Naved Malik and Yasim Murtaza made fifties as Rams replied with 308. Mohammad Sami and Sohail Khan picked up seven wickets between them.
Khalid Latif made a breezy, unbeaten 123 and Shahzaib Hasan and Mohammad Salman collected half-centuries as PQA motored to 299 for 4 in their second innings before the game was called off.
Islamabad Leopards came within 26 runs of victory against National Bank of Pakistan before running out of time. Set a target of 148, Leopards reached 122 for 6 in 33.1 overs when the game was drawn.
National Bank's 167 in the first innings was the highest total in the game after no play was possible on day one. Umar Waheed's 49 was the only decent contribution in that score.
Shehzad Azam (5 for 62) and Zohaib Ahmed (3 for 42) then bowled out National Bank for 128 but Leopards could not push on for the win.