LAHORE Younus Khan-led Habib Bank team defeated National Bank of Pakistan by 14 runs in the RBS One Day National Cricket Cup played here at the Gaddafi Stadium on Friday. Thanks to the century from Hasan Raza 107, HBL scored 271 runs for nine in 50 overs. Younus made 68 while Taufeeq Umer scored 34. Wasim Khan and Irfanuddin shared three wickets each. National Bank managed 256 runs, 14 short of the target. They were contained to the total by Shahid Nazir and Kamran Hussain who took three and two wickets respectively. Qaiser Abbas (64), Naumanullah (48) and Nasir Jamshed (40) tried their best to save their team from defeat. Brief score: Habib Bank: 271 for 9 in 50 overs (Younus Khan 68, 83 balls, 4 x4s, 1 x6s, Hasan Raza 107, 107 balls, 10 x4s, 1 6s, Waseem Khan 3-53, Irfanuddin 3-48). National Bank: 256 for 7 in 46.4 overs (Naumanullah 48, Qaiser Abbas 64, 65 balls, 5 x4s, Mansoor Amjad 46, 63 balls, Sarmad Bhatti 35, Shahid Nazir 3-48, Kamran Hussain 2-49). Result: Habib Bank won by 14 runs (D/L method applied) Toss: National Bank Umpires: Zameer Haider and Anis-ur-Rehman Referee: Arshad Pervaiz Scorer: Masood Ahmed. Disappointing spell for Shoaib as KRL register victory Khan Research Laboratories banking on the century of Mohammad Idrees won their match of the RBS National One-day Cricket Cup against Lahore Eagles here at the LCCA Ground on Friday. Idrees hammered 104 runs in KRLs 263 runs for all in 49.1 overs innings. But Lahore Eagles could muster 175 runs for eight in 50 overs. Another notable thing of the match was Shoaib Akhtars 10 wicketless overs for 47 runs and Lahores failure to have any fruitful partnership with three run outs. Bazid Khan came up with 59 runs for KRL. Immad Ali and Mohammad Saeed shared three wickets each for Lahore while Mohammad Irshad and Tanzil Yousaf had two each for Lahore. In reply, apart from Junaid Jans 48 and Asif Yousuf 54 not out, no batsman could stay at the crease for a longer period to save the match. Nauman Ali took two wickets while Muhammad Irfan, Rahit Ali and Saeed Anwar junior shared one apiece. Scores: KRL 263 in 49.1 overs (Bazid Khan 59, 103 balls, Mohammad Idrees 104, 91 balls, 8 x4s, 2 x6s, Immad Ali 3-32, Mohammad Saeed 3-44) Lahore Eagles 175-8 in 50 overs (Junaid Jan 48, Asif Yousuf 54, 67 balls, Nauman Ali 2-22) Result: KRL won by 88 runs. Toss: Lahore Eagles Umpires: Iqbal Butt & Ihtsham-ul-Haq Referee: Khateeb Rizwan Scorer: Abdul Hameed. Ton up Ali steers Karachi Dolphins to victory Karachi Dolphins opener Ali Asad hammered unbeaten 117 to steer his team to comfortable eight-wicket win over Peshawar Panthers in the second round of the RBS One-day National Cricket Cup here at National Stadium. Ali Asad and Fahad Ullah (66) added 138 for the second-wicket partnership as Karachi Dolphins reached 253 for two wickets with six overs to spare after Peshawar Panthers had posted 252 for nine with Azam Jan scored 56. In another match of the 22-team contest, Multan Tigers won by four wickets against Quetta Bears which were restricted to 190 all out at UBL cricket ground. The winners reached 191 for six wickets in 38.3 overs. Two matches of the championship were decided by slenderest one run margin elsewhere. Playing at KRL stadium Rawalpindi, Karachi Zebras beat SSGC by one run. Karachi Zebras scored 245 for eight and SSGC were dismissed one run short. At Bahawalpur, Wapda beat Customs by one run. Wapda scored 256 and Customs were bowled out for 255. The match of Habib Bank and National Bank was decided on Duckworth Lewis method in which former won by fourteen runs at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore. Habib Bank 271-9 in 50 overs and National Bank replied with 256 for seven in 46.4 overs. Summarised scores: Second round: Group A: Multan Tigers beat Quetta Bears by four wickets at UBL Ground, Karachi. Quetta Bears: 190 in 50 overs (Shoaib Khan 43, 82 balls, 3 x4s, Taimoor Khan 27, Taimoor Khan 52*, 56 balls, 2 x4s, 2 x6s, Faisal Elahi 3-39) Multan Tigers: 191-6 in 38.3 overs (Taimoor Dogar 42, 33 balls, Rameez Alam 45, Mohammad Hafeez 32*, Shoaib Khan 3-28) Karachi Dolphins beat Peshawar Panthers by eight wickets at National Stadium, Karachi. Peshawar Panther: 252-9 in 50 overs (Haroon Khan 61, 73 balls, 4 x4s, 3 x6s, Mohammad Rizwan 37, Azam Jan 56, 53 balls, 6 x4s, Faraz Ahmed 3-48, Roman Khan 2-57) Karachi Dolphins: 253-2 in 44 overs (Ali Asad 117*, 12 x4s, Fahad Ullah 66, 69 balls, 7 x4s, 1 x6s, Sheharyar Ghani 43*, 34 balls, 2 4x4s, 2 x6s). Group B: Karachi Zebras beat SSGC by one run at KRL Stadium, Rawalpindi. Karachi Zebras: 245-8 in 45 overs (Mohtasham Ali 31, Faraz Subhan 26, Wajihuddin 50, Baber Rehman 52, Sohail Khan 3-50) SSGC: 244 in 45 overs (Azeem Ghuman 36, Ashraf Ali 71). Group C: Islamabad Leopards beat Abbottabad Rhinos by four wickets at Diamonds Club, Islamabad. Abbottabad Rhinos: 138 in 35.2 overs (Mir Azam Khan 39, 40 balls, 6 x4s, Adnan Raees 26, Imad Wasim 4-24, Kamran Hussain 4-24) Islamabad Leopards: 141-6 in 37.5 overs (Irfan Talib 65*, 117 balls, 8 x4s, Junaid Khan 3-51). Sialkot Stallion beat Rawalpindi Rams by four wickets at Jinnah Stadium, Sialkot. Rawalpindi Rams: 187 in 43.4 overs (Adnan Mufti 40, 54 balls, Usman Saeed 46) Sialkot Stallions: 188-6 in 43,1 overs (Shahzad Malik 72*, 102 balls, 9 x4s, 1 x6s, Adeel Malik 55, 66 balls, 6 x4s, 1 x6s, Rashid Latif 4-37). Faisalabad Wolves beat Lahore Lions by 74 runs at Sports Stadium, Sargodha. Faisalabad Wolves: 274 in 49.1 overs (Mohammad Shahid 56, 63 balls, Farrukh Shahzad 42, Zeeshan Asif 80, 74 balls, 7 x4s, 1 x6s, Junaid Zia 3-52, Asif Ashfaq 3-49) Lahore Lions: 200 in 48.3 overs (Yasir Ajmal 46, Rana Adnan 65, Aqeel Ahmed 3-21). Group D: SNGPL beat PIA by 53 runs at Multan Stadium. SNGPL: 245 in 50 overs (Naeemuddin 54, 69 balls, 7 x4s, Raza Ali Dar 29, Khurram Shahzad 21, Anwar Ali 4-43, Ali Imran Pasha 3-45) PIA: 192 in 44.5 overs (Khurram Manzoor 89, 116 balls, 6 x4s, Fahad Iqbal 36, Raza Ali Dar 4-14). Wapda beat Customs by one run at Bahawalpur Stadium, Bahawalpur. Wapda: 256 in 49.5 overs (Riffatullah Mohmand 68, 98 balls, 6 x4s, Bilal Khilji 62, 48 balls, 6 x4s, 1 x6s, Jahangir Mirza 50, 79 balls, 3 x4s, Amir Yameen 3-46, Iftikhar Khan 3-57, Jibran Khan 2-36) Customs: 255 in 49.5 overs (Rameez Raja 133, 130 balls, 15 x4s, Rameez Aziz 50, 65 balls, 4 x4s, Kashif Raza 4-43, Imran Ullah 3-42, Jahangir Mirza 2-27).