AFTER another beautiful day, Onq are joint leaders in the Quad-e-Azam League’s Premier League.
They only scored 170-9 but newly-promoted Punjab were still beaten by 105 runs.
Yasir Abbas picked up 5-19 and Suleman Khan 4-8.
Despite being 53 runs better than My Lahore, Bhalot Strikers could only pick up a winning draw.
Mohammed Arshad (65) and Kamran Hussain (61) helped Bhalot to 251-9, with all-rounder Massawar Shah picking up 4-52.
However, My Lahore held out at 198-9, chiefly thanks to an unbeaten 60 by Massawar Shah and 40 by Ahsan Alishan.
After their two consecutive defeats by Onq, Keighley RZM hit back with a six-wicket defeat of Flix AWB.
Paceman Zeeshan Qasim was at his best, picking up 4-12 as Flix were all out for 95, and 40 not out by Yassir Ali took RZM to victory.
Kashmir Dewsbury’s impressive 65-run victory over Earlmarshall helped them climb to fifth.
A half-century by Naveed Andrabi (53), as well as useful contributions by Shabir Rashid (44) and HasnatYousaf (42) gave Dewsbury a good total of 254.
In reply, Earlmarshall were all out for 189, with Muhammad Akmal Gafoor scoring 60 as Ibrar Younas picked up 4-26.
White Rose managed a 17-run victory over Darulshafa after being dismissed for 197, with Hassan Javed scoring 42 while Shazada Khan collected 4-26.
Despite a fine effort by Awais Hussain (58), Darulshafa were all out for 180.
Raja’s are the new Section A leaders after beating Bradford Moor by three wickets.
Moor scored 228-9, with Ghulam Fareed taking 4-49.
In reply, Waleed Anjum (77) and Faisel Javed (68) helped Raja’s home.
EAM made it two out of two as they thrashed Shaheen by 195 runs.
Runs from Khuram Hussain (65) and the in-form Mohammed Shahanwaz (55) propelled EAM to a solid 250-9 before Shaheen were dismissed for 89.
In contrast, consecutive losses have meant that Style have slipped to third.
Diamond scored 216-8, with all-rounder Shezad Khalid making 65, while Style weren’t far off as they were dismissed for 191.
Karmand moved into second after beating Rising Stars by three wickets.
Stars were all out for 243, with runs from Tahseen Suliman (68), Jawad Hafeez (48) and Mohammed Raffaz (46).
In reply, Suhail Khan scored 64 and Asif Ayub and Fazal Wazeer 45 each as Karmand reached their target.
Heaton Park bounced back from their heavy defeat to Raja’s by beating TABS by four wickets.
TABS made 197-7 (Aftab Hussain 45) before Park were indebted to Kamran Mir (49) and Sohail Butt (40).
Central Leeds continued their excellent form, beating Kings XI by five wickets to go four points clear in Section B.
Kings were all out for 176 (Imran Asghar 45) but Shazeb Afsar’s 47 was crucial in the reply.
Krass Eagles were all out for 210 (Jamil Qurreshi 73), but, despite 57 from Muhammad Zahid, Kashmir Bradford were sent back for 154 (Mojammed Farooq 4-36).
Bradford Indus are also joint second with Krass Eagles after beating Chach.
Indus were all out for 220 (Mubashar Hassan 40) but Chach could only manage 167 (Amir Mavia 40, Muhammad Mukadas 5-28).
Bradford Royals were bowled out for 142, but Azad only won by two wickets, thanks to Junaid Ahmed (53).
Yorkshire Lions made 134 (Rashid Mehmood 41, Zafar Iqbal 4-20) before restricting Green Stars to 95.