In the first match of the day the Royal Challengers recorded a big win over the Stars. The Stars batted first, but struggled against some excellent bowling, losing ther 4th wicket for 32 in the 11th over. They batted out their overs making 95, thanks to 25 from Pardeep Dhillon and 18 from Irtiza Dar. Mukul Dhawan took 3/7 from 4 overs, and was well supported by Tendai Mudunge (2/13) and Param Singh (3/22). An opening partnership of 75 in just 6.3 overs allowed Royal Challengers to win by 7 wickets, with 11.4 overs in hand. Amit Neghandi made 42 from just 21 balls, and Ranvir Rana 34. Mukul Dhawan was the Indus Eatery player of the match.

The Hurricanes – NSK match showcased excellent bowling performances by both teams, as NSK won in a tense finish. Hurricanes batted first and made 114/9 in their 20 overs. Ruyel Miah top-scored with 25, supported by Gurman Khurana who made 22 opening the batting. Five bowlers took a wicket each with four run outs. Nick Baxter bowled his four overs for just 9 runs. Wickets fell regularly in the NSK innings, Talha Riaz top-scoring with 24. When he was dismissed NSK were 48/4 in the 10th over. Arif Shaikh (21*) and Nick Baxter (18) put on 38, but the match was very much in the balance until the 19th over, when Raga Ganesan hit 15 from 5 balls to take NSK to a 4 wicket win. Raga earned the Indus Eatery moment of the match award, and Mahe Alam Chaudhary the player of the match for an outstanding bowling spell of 4 overs, 8 runs and one wicket.

In the final match of the day, the Eagles soared to overwhelm the Wolves. They made 162/4 from their 20 overs, Raheel Zaman making 44 (24), Ajaypal Singh Gill 32, and Najaf Kami 28* from 16. The Wolves had no answer to the outstanding bowling of Baljeet Zaildar, who took 5/20, earning him Indus Eatery player of the match and a place on the CNL honours board. Wolves were bowled out for 72, and the Eagles won by 90 runs.

After three rounds, NSK top the table, unbeaten with three wins, followed by Royal Challengers and Tigers also unbeaten with 2 wins each.

Full scorecards in the match centre.