Ginger Generals won the toss and chose to field.
This was a match to forget for the Nutmeg Warriors a day after posting the then largest total of the tournament they succumb to the lowest total of the tournament less that 24 hours after. The Warriors match got off to the worse possible start when the lost their Captain Andre Fletcher wicket off the first ball of the match. Things did not get better after that as they lost 4 of their top five batsmen for 0, only three batsmen got into double figures, Jevon Andrew the wicket keeper batsman top scored with 16. Daniel Mc Donald was the most successful bowler with 3-13 while Nelon Pascal had remarkable figures of 2-2 from his two overs.
Ginger Generals had light work of the chase reaching their target with 6 overs to spare. Captain Roland Cato opening the batting for the second smashed 33 from 17 and share a 32 runs partnership for the 1st wicket with Daniel Mc Donald who score 12. The one wicket fell via the run-out method with Andre Fletcher hitting the wicket with a direct hit from mid-off.
Nutmeg Blasters 50 All Out (9.3 overs)
Ginger Generals 56/1 (4 overs)