ANZ batted first and were soon in trouble for 3/38 after eight overs. Sakavai Gebai (27), Norman Vanua (26) and Greg Baeau (24) then steadied the innings, to steeer ANZ out of trouble.But Paradise Foods Pistons’ captain Mahuru Dai (5/24) turned the match again, with a five wicket haul which was the first for the Gabba Champions ShieldANZ were all bowled out for 155 inside 36 overs. Dai picked up the first five-wicket haul of the Gabba Shield. At their turn of bat, the Pistons lost wickets at regular intervals and were eventually bowled out for 134 runs in 31 overs.ANZ’s Greg Baeau (4/30) and Simon Wedega (2/30) were the chief destroyers with the ball for their team. At Amini Park, BSP Heart managed a win over the Digicel Dragons in a low scoring game. The Dragons were bowled out for a very disappointing 80 with William Aiga (25) and Chris Amini (20) the only Dragons batsmen to make any real contribution.Loa Noa (3/13) and John Boge Reva (2/13 were the best of the BSP bowlers.Assad Vala guided BSP to victory with an unbeaten 43 runs.In the women’s division, Remington Rhinos got their first win of the tournament after defeating the Swire Shipping Sharks by six wickets in a T20 affair at Colts Ground #2.