19th June, England v South Africa, 09:30 GMT
Wayamba retained their title and booked a return to the Champions League by beating Ruhuna by 95 runs. Mahela Jayawardene warmed up for the IPL with 91 in 49 balls as Wayamba reached 208 for eight and in reply Ruhuna were bowled out for 113, Dinesh Chandimal's 64 in vain as Ajantha Mendis picked up four for nine.
Five was the magic number for Sialkot Stallions - the margin by which they beat the Faisalabad Wolves and the number of RBS T-20 Cup competitions they have now won. Abdul Razzaq and Abdur Rehman both took two wickets to restrict the Wolves to 109 for nine and in reply, Rana Naved-ul-Hasan hit 27 and Razzaq 24 with victory coming in the 17th over.
North Zone advanced to the final with a comprehensive eight-wicket win over East Zone. Wriddhaman Saha scored 58 as East were bowled out for 210 before an unbeaten 85 from Shikhar Dhawan and 66 from captain Virat Kohli helped North reach their target in the 38th over.
An unbeaten 66 from Dhiman Ghosh enabled Rajshahi to score 372 before Chittagong closed on 21 without loss in reply. There were also half-centuries for Khaled Mashud and Anisur Rahman before Abdullah Al Mamun picked up three wickets.
Central Districts won a thriller against Canterbury by one wicket. They reached 361 to win thanks to half-centuries from Mathew Sinclair (76), George Worker (61) and Bevan Griggs, who was unbeaten at the end on 53.
Otago held on to defeat Auckland by 24 runs. Auckland made an impressive 333 in their second innings but it wasn't quite enough. Jeet Raval (58) and Tim McIntosh (89) got them off to a good start that they were unable to maintain, Nick Beard returning six for 107.
Standings after seven games: Northern Districts 36 points, Otago, Central Districts 26, Canterbury 20, Wellington 16, Auckland 8
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