22nd May: Sunrisers v Rajasthan Royals, 14:30 GMT
24th-28th May: 2nd Test, Headingley
No action to report, but Victoria have been docked a point after they were deemed to have bowled their overs too slowly in the recently-concluded match against Brisbane.
Standings: Victoria 29 points, Queensland 26, Tasmania 18, South Australia 16, New South Wales 14, Western Australia 12
Dhaka took control against Rajshahi, first scoring 400 for eight declared and then bowling out their opponents for 241. Nadimuddin made 147 for Dhaka and there were half-centuries for Marshall Ayub (72), Shamsur Rahman (63) and Shuvaguto Horn (57) before Mohammad Ashraful took four for 68 to put Dhaka in charge of the game.
Chittagong took the lead against Khulna by posting 308 in reply to 241. Gazi Salahuddin made 60 and Mahmudul Hasan an unbeaten 59 before Syed Rasel's five for 60 helped Khulna hit back. They then closed on 67 for one.
Group A: Quetta Bears slumped to a second successive loss when they were beaten by seven wickets by Multan Tigers. They were dismissed for just 99, Mohammad Hafeez taking four for 17 before Rameez Alam's unbeaten 52 eased the Tigers home.
Group C: Faisalabad Wolves thumped Abbottabad Rhinos by 90 runs, Pakistan A captain Mohammad Hafeez hitting 58 and Misbah-ul-Haq 40 before the Rhinos were bowled out for 75, Saeed Ajmal taking three for four.
Group D: Karachi Dolphins beat Hyderabad Hawks by six wickets in emphatic fashion. Hyderabad were restricted to 119 for nine, and the Dolphins raced past that score in 9.5 overs, Shahzaib Hasan unbeaten on 46 in 21 balls.
Jamaica smashed Trinidad & Tobago by an innings and 72 runs, centuries from openers Brenton Parchment (109) and Danza Hyatt (104) setting things up. In reply to 379, T & T were bowled out for 144 and 163, Odean Brown taking five wickets in their first innings.
Leeward Islands beat Combined Campuses & Colleges by ten wickets. CCC were shot out for 65 in their first innings after the Leewards had hit 227 as Lionel Baker took eight for 31. Following on, they reached 200, Baker taking five for 52 and that left the Leewards a simple run chase, which they achieved, closing the game on 40 without loss in 6.5 overs in their second innings.
The above two matches were completed within three days - the final match between Windward Islands and Guyana continues.
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