Already through to the main draw, Otago Volts continued their winning spree by notching up a comfortable five wicket victory over Sunrisers Hyderabad in an inconsequential qualifying match of the Champions League Twenty20 in Mohali.
The McCullum brothers -- Nathan and Brendon, were the star performers for Otago as the New Zealand side produced a disciplined all-round performance to register their third win in the tournament so far.
Sunrisers Hyderabad: 143 for five in 20 overs
(J P Duminy 57; Nathan McCullum 2/23).
Otago Volts: 145 for five in 16.2 overs
(Brendon McCullum 67; Dale Steyn 2/13).
Misbah stars in Wolves win
Already out of the main tournament, Faisalabad Wolves rode on skipper Misbah-ul-Haq's unbeaten 93 to beat Kandurata Maroons by 10 runs and post a consolation win in an inconsequential qualifying match of the Champions League Twenty20.
Sent into bat, Misbah led from the front with a strokeful 93 that came off just 60 balls to help Wolves recover from a precarious start and post a competitive 146 for six on the board.
Faisalabad Wolves: 146 for six in 20 overs
(Misbah-ul-Haq 93 not out; Dilhara Lokuhittege 3/21).
Kandurata Maroons: 136 for seven in 20 overs
(Kumar Sangakkara 44, Upul Tharanga 25, Chamara Silva 25; Ehsan Adil 3/26)