Sohail Akhtar's attacking 36-ball 63 helped Northern register a daunting total before their bowlers throttled Sindh's batting lineup.
Imam-ul-Haq and Haris Sohail made invaluable contributions to help Balochistan bag a comfortable win over Southern Punjab
Awais Zia and Bismillah Khan struck fifties before Balochistan's bowling contained Central Punjab's strong batting unit.
Put in to bat first, Sindh accumulated 176 for the loss of six wickets with Ahsan Ali stealing the show at the top of the order
Wahab Riaz registered figures of 3-28 before smashing a breathtaking cameo of 42 from 17 deliveries to lead his side to victory by four wickets.
Shehzad remained unbeaten at 111 off 63 balls, smashing three maximums and 13 boundaries to lift his side to their first win of the tournament.
Balochistan's dominant batting performance proved to be too much for Sindh, who failed in pursuit of the 234-run target.
Asif Ali smashed an unbeaten 44 off 24 deliveries to lead his team to victory over Southern Punjab.
Babar could not guide Central Punjab to victory but it places him on the No. 1 spot in the run-scorers list after the first day of the competition.
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