A six-wicket haul from left-arm spinner Khalid Usman, followed by an unbeaten 62 from opener Rafatullah Mohmand helped Water and Power Development Authority cruise to a nine-wicket win over Pakistan Television in Lahore, after the game was reduced to 27 overs per side due to fog.
Usman finished with 6 for 15 - his best figures in List A matches - as he ran through a Pakistan TV lineup that offered no resistance barring a 32 from Mohammad Sami. Only four batsmen managed to reach double digits, as Pakistan TV were bundled out for 114 in 25.4 overs.
WAPDA lost Saad Nasim early during the chase, but recovered through an unbroken stand of 103 for the second wicket between Mohmand and Mohammad Fayyaz, who contributed 48. The pair struck a total of 14 fours and three sixes, as WAPDA overhauled the paltry target with almost six overs to spare.
Habib Bank Limited's game against Port Qasim Authority in Sialkot and the clash between National Bank and Khan Research Laboratories in Faisalabad were abandoned without a ball bowled due to heavy fog.