Brooklyn Cricket League
New York Power vs Middlesex
Saturday July 21st at Marine Park A, Middlesex won the toss and inserted New York Power. New York Power posted 171 for 9 from 35 overs, schoolboy Shahadat Hussain Mir scoring his first half century in club cricket with a magnificent 87 not out, Mithun Das 18. Bowling for Middlesex, Chandrapaul Roopnarine 7/0/29/2, Kavir Singh 6/0/030/2, Kenneth Dember, Windward Islands off spinner 5/0/29/2 and Mark Audain 7/0/35/1. Middlesex 131 all out, Kenneth Dember top scored with 31, captain Mark Audain 25, and Sunil Orie 15 was the main contributors. Bowling for New York Power, Albie Inatal 6/0/29/3, Ibaq Chawdhary 3/1/9/2, Shahadat Hussain Mir 5.1/1/27/2, and Muhammad Hussain 5/0/24/1. New York Power winning by 40 runs.
Middlesex vs Royal Strikers
Sunday July 22nd at Seaview Ave, Middlesex 206 for 4 from 30 overs, Captain Mark Audain and Kavir Singh produced 89 runs in 8 overs, when rain stopped play. On the resumption of play Mark Audain went for a quick-fire 60, (11 x 4s, 1 x 6), Kavir Singh played the sheet anchor role for a well-made 30, Windward Islands player Kenneth Dember played brilliantly for 43 not out, Jamie Hay a whirlwind 40 not out from 17 balls. Bowling for Royal Strikers, Captain Fahad Kiani 6/0/33/2 and Aris Arif 3/0/23/1. Royal Strikers 79 for 3 from 10 overs when rain stopped play. Abbas Ghullam 27, Hamza Raja 25 and Fahad Kiani 18 were the main contributors. Bowling for Middlesex, Windward Islands off spinner Kenneth Dember 4/0/17/2 and George Sutherland 1/0/3/1. Middlesex winning by a technicality. Royal Strikers did not have any covers for the pitch so the match was awarded to Middlesex.
Mid Atlantic Cricket Conference
GCC vs Montego Sports Club
Saturday July 21st, GCC were all out for 121, Varun Gajjar top scored with 48. Bowling for Montego Sports Club, Ramkumar Drairaj 5/1/29/3, Kimani Morgan 3/0/16/2, Raghavendra Vandragi 2.4/0/6/2 and Carlos Green 5/0/17/1. Montego Sports Club 125 for 3, Carlos Green 66 not out, Kimani Morgan 26 not out.
Montego Sports Club winning by 7 wickets.
Millennium League New Jersey
Dominators vs New Jersey Stallions
Saturday July 21st, Dominators compiled 193 all out, Mario Persaud led the batting with a brilliant 89, Gauranshu Sharma struck 44. Bowling for New Jersey Stallions, off spinner Akeem Charles 7/0/52/6, Renwick Batson 5/2/8/3 and Jasminder Singh 6/0/27/1. New Jersey Stallions 194 for 3, Sean Stanislaus 90, Jasminder Singh 53, Renwick Batson 30 not out.
New Jersey Stallions winning by 7 wickets.
Holdel vs Somerset
Saturday July 21st, Holdel 167 all out, Rimal Patel 55, Sandeep Dhar 44. Bowling for Somerset, Mohammad Ghous 8/2/17/4, former Pakistan fast bowler Aiza Cheema 8/1/28/2, former West Indies player Shawn Findlay 3/0/12/2. Somerset 168 for 2, former West Indies batsman Xavier Marshall 60 not out, young gifted left hander Savan Patel 29, Smit Patel 4/1/14/1, Rimal Patel 2/0/21/1.
Somerset won by 8 wickets.
Peterborough-England Club Cricket
Hampton vs Long Sutton
Sunday July 22nd at Hampton, Long Sutton was skittled out for a meagre 108 runs from 38 overs. Rajan Sangha 44, Phillip Coote 19 and Ricky Tester 11 were the only batsmen to get into double figures. Bowling for Hampton Cricket Club, Adam Steed produced a match winning spell 5/0/9/6, he bowled an impeccable line and length that ripped the heart out of the Long Sutton batting line up. Ryan Winter 6/1/13/2 and Phillip Bouwsema 7/0/12/1. Hampton Cricket Club 109 for 3 wickets from 21.2 overs, Captain Muhammad Zafar 44 not out, Ian Winters a solid 26 not out, Dave Wilkinson 18. Bowling for Long Sutton Cricket Club, Rajan Sangha 7/51/2.
Hampton cricket club winning by 7 wickets.