Rain played spoilsport as the North Zone one-day cricket league matches were abandoned at three venues in Himachal Pradesh on Friday.
As a result, all teams received two points each. After two rounds, Delhi, Punjab and Services lead with six points each.
Delhi was lucky to escape after being reduced to 142 for six in 31 overs against Punjab. Haryana, at 138 for four in 32.2 overs, was better placed against Himachal Pradesh.However, Services will rue missing four points against Jammu and Kashmir after reaching 255 for seven in 48 overs
At Dharamshala: Delhi 142 for six in 31 overs (Dhruv Shorey 58 n.o., Milind Kumar 34) v Punjab. Points: Delhi 2 (6), Punjab 2 (6) .
At Amtar: Haryana 138 for four in 32.2 overs (Rahul Dewan 45 n.o., S.P. Godara 32) v Himachal Pradesh. Haryana 2 (2), Himachal 2 (2) .
At Bilaspur: Services 255 for seven in 48 overs (Devender Lochab 81, Yashpal Singh 53 n.o., Nakul Verma 49, Ramdayal Punia three for 52) v Jammu and Kashmir. Services 2 (6); J&K 2 (2) .
All matches washed out.