HCC finished top of the Dutch league but won't get the trophy with no prizes for the champions in this strangest of abbreviated seasons.

One of the players of the season Hidde Ovedijk clubbed 7 sixes and 4 fours in an 48-ball unbeaten 83, which propelled HCC to 244 for 6 in a game reduced to 35 overs.

Musa Ahmed (61) and Yash Patel (35*) offered excellent support.

Punjab's reply was all but over as four wickets for Jan-Wiener Overdijk and three for the ever consistent Oli Klaus saw them reduced to 102 for 9.

Sikander Zulfiqar was on a personal battle as he attempted to reach a century and having smashed seven sixes and 5 fours in a 79-ball innings fully deserved to get one, but alas fell on 99 in the 63 run loss.

Dosti's batting woes continued as they managed just 127 against Voorburg.

Bas de Leede's unbeaten 46 ensured a routine seven wicket win.

Half centuries from Ali Raza and Craig Ambrose formed the basis of Sparta's 29 runs win against VRA.

Peter Borren followed up his three wickets with a top score of 38 as the Amsterdam Bos side made 198 - four wickets for Saleem and three for former international Mudassar Bukhari.

Julian de Mey's unbeaten 71 ensured HBS beat ACC by four wickets chasing a target of 171 - Wessel Coster's four wickets haul the most successful with the ball.

Arnav Jain and Ahsan Malik both hit fifties in a century partnership for VOC, but six wickets for Rens van Troost restricted them to 160 after a collapse.

It was enough though as despite 30 apiece for Luuk Kroesen and Lorenzo Ingram Excelsior finished 22 runs adrift on 138.