In a rain-affected match, NL Eagles emerged victorious against NL Stars, clinching a commanding 67-run win through the D/L method. The Eagles won the toss and elected to bat first, laying the groundwork for their triumph. Zohair and Nabeel provided a solid start with a 50-run opening partnership. Nabeel’s quick and well-constructed fifty laid a strong foundation for a competitive total. Despite a stumble in the middle order, Furqan showcased excellent composure and remained unbeaten, scoring a magnificent 81 off just 63 deliveries. Najaf played a brilliant supporting role with a blistering knock of 24 off 13 balls towards the end of the innings. The Eagles concluded their innings at 266/8 in their allotted 40 overs. Stars’ bowlers Jawad and Ejaz stood out, each claiming three wickets.

In response, the Stars’ batting lineup faltered, with only Ejaz demonstrating a genuine intent to chase the target. Ejaz’s valiant effort saw him score 48 runs off 40 balls, including two sixes. Unfortunately, no other Stars player managed to reach double figures. Before rain interrupted play, the Stars had reached 87/5. With the application of the Duckworth-Lewis-Stern (D/L) method, the Eagles were declared the winners by 67 runs. Wajid proved to be the standout bowler for the Eagles, taking an impressive 3/15.

Overall, the Eagles displayed a commendable performance, excelling in both batting and bowling departments to secure a convincing victory.