Khushdil Shah hammered his second century to help Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Wednesday in the final of the Pakistani one-day cricket tournament at Pindi Stadium in Rawalpindi.
The win against Sindh saw KP jump to the top of the scoring table and faced the challenge of Balochistan, who finished fifth in the league with five points.
Shah scored 100 of 66 balls, which allowed KP to bring 300 runs on board.
After beating first, KP fought 27 for four in the 27th round. Shah, who had already made 154 unbeaten appearances at the start of the tournament, was able to assert himself again to bring his team to a respectable total.
The 24-year-old left-hander, who comes from a tribal belt, punishes every bowler and beats five six and eight four.
Sindh lost a couple of quick goals in pursuit of the goal, but a 68-run partnership between Umar Siddiq and Umar Amin for the third wicket brought them back into the game.
Siddiq scored 69 runs with 65 balls while Amin gave up after 23 runs.
Imran Rafiq made half a century while Asif Ali scored 33 balls with the help of five fours and six outstanding balls.
However, these efforts were not enough to take Sindh home, as they managed to score nine points and earned the excellent bowling of spinner Zohaib Khan, who took three important wickets for 50 runs in nine overs.
Khushdil was declared the man of the game.
The final between KP and Balochistan takes place on Friday.