Northerns and Westerns won through to the final of Zimbabwe's domestic Twenty20 competition. The two teams only won three of their six matches but finished well clear of third-placed Centrals; Easterns, who only last week won the Logan Cup, finished bottom of the pile.
Westerns, who finished bottom in the Logan Cup without a win, had Mark Vermeulen to thank for their reversal of fortune. Returning after a troubled few years when it seemed he would never play at a representative level again, he was by a long margin the leading run-scorer, with 289 runs at 48.16.
He also scored one of only two hundreds - 108 in a remarkable tied game against Centrals - with the other coming from Northerns' Elton Chigumbura.
|13 May 2009||Westerns||4||Easterns||0||Table | Match|
|14 May 2009||Northerns||2||Westerns||2||Table | Match|
|15 May 2009||Northerns||5||Easterns||0||Table | Match|