Team A: 174 for 6
Team C: 133 for 8
Team A won by 41 runs.
As they had done in the morning at the same venue, Team A batted first again at Harare Sports Club, and Hamilton Masakadza quickly found the Team C fielders less obliging than those from B had been earlier.
After scoring 16 runs from 10 balls, the Team A captain sliced a catch to third man. However, his opening partner, Sikandar Raza Butt, took his place at the helm and went on to play a dazzling innings of 87 off 53 balls, with six fours and five sixes.
Raza had useful support from others in the top order – the most productive of them being Shingirai Masakadza, with 26 off 12 balls. Tinashe Panyangara and Richard Muzhange both took two wickets, and the eventual total was an impressive 174 for six. The fielding was generally good.
Team C lost Brendan Taylor for 4 in the first over, followed by Kevin Kasuza for 7, but then Sean Williams (31) and Mark Pettini (26) gave them hope with a third-wicket partnership of 53.
However, after they were dismissed there was a steady fall of wickets as nobody in the middle order could stay long and the challenge fizzled out. Brighton Mugochi was the most successful bowler with two wickets.