Cinnamon won the toss and chose to bowl
Ginger Generals sent in to bat first lost early wickets which impacted the flow of their innings as they were not able to gain momentum, Wavell Benjamin the team top leading runs scorer was dismissed of the second ball of the match. In the second over the Generals lost their captain the other top leading run scorer and found themselves at 6-2 after 10 balls. Ginger Generals due to some lower order hitting ended on 96 for 8 from their 10 overs, Kenroy Peters and Javel St. Paul both ended with 2 wickets apiece.
The Heron Campbell and Alick Athanaze partnership once again led the way as Cinnamon Pacers reached their target in the 1 over to spare and 7 wickets in hand. The partnership accounted for 83 of the 97 runs scored with Athanaze falling 2 runs short of his short fifty of the tournament and Campbell 31. Larry Edwards picked up two wickets in two balls in the 8th over to slow down the Pacers in their chase of 97 for victory.
Ginger Generals 96/8 (10 overs)
Cinnamon Pacers 97/3(10 overs)