22nd May: Sunrisers v Rajasthan Royals, 14:30 GMT
24th-28th May: 2nd Test, Headingley
Murali Vijay stroked 103 in 102 balls as Tamil Nadu hit beat Bengal by 29 runs. The opener hit seven fours and three sixes and was ably supported by Anirudh Srikkanth (56), Abhinav Mukund (75) and Dinesh Karthik, who blasted 88 in just 47 balls with 11 boundaries and three maximums while Rajagopal Satish weighed in with a quickfire 36 as they closed on 379 for six.
In reply, Shreevats Goswami made 81 and Sourav Ganguly 74 but Bengal looked out of it when they slipped to 238 for six with the dismissal of Wriddhaman Saha. However, a late charge, led by Amit Majumder's 66 in 44 balls brought them back into the game but they couldn't quite get close enough, closing on 350 for eight.
After Rajshahi were invited to follow on by Dhaka they closed the day on 269 for six, a lead of 110 after they were bowled out for 241 in reply to Dhaka's 400 for eight declared. In the runs for Rajshahi on the third day were Jahurual Islam (73), Khaled Mashud (57) and Farhad Reza (53 not out).
Chittagong have been set 202 to beat Khulna, who were bowled out in their second innings for 268. Saghir Hossain top scored with 79 and Abdullah Al Mamun returned three for 20 and at stumps, Chittagong were 63 for two, Al Mamun unbeaten on 25, setting up an intriguing final day.
Group A: Aizaz Cheema took four for 18 as the Lahore Lions easily beat the Peshawar Panthers by seven wickets, Salman Butt crashing an unbeaten 47 in 26 balls after the Panthers were bowled out for 117. It then took the Lion just 12.4 overs to reach their victory target.
Group B: Rawalpindi Rams held on to beat Karachi Zebras by 11 runs. Tahir Mughal thumpd 58 in 36 balls to guide the Rams to 174 for eight and despite a swift 53 from Khurram Manzoor, the Zebras came up short, closing on 163 for six.
Group D: Lahore Eagles spun their way to a 46-run win over Hyderabad Hawks, Imran Farhat taking five for 26 as the Hawks were bowled out for 113 in 18 overs in reply to the Eagles' 159 for seven.
The competition concluded with a drawn match between the Windward Islands and Guyana. Ramnaresh Sarwan scored 116 as Guyana made 452 in their first innings, the Windwards replying with 462, Devon Smith making 193. Guyana then closed on 83 for one. There were wins inside three days for Jamaica and the Leeward Islands in the other games, results which confirmed Jamaica as champions.
Standings: Jamaica 60, Barbados 57, Leeward Islands 34, Trinidad & Tobago 33, Combined Campuses & Colleges 24, Guyana, Windward Islands 22
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