Islanders score back-to-back wins

Islanders Cricket Club, playing its third year of the Toronto & District Cricket Association  Elite Division, recorded back to back victories last weekend in the third round at the Maple Leaf cricket ground, King City.

Islanders playing against Yorkshire CC last Saturday, won by 27 runs after being sent in to bat first.  Islanders scored 231 all out in 47.2 overs with Ricardo Jadunauth topscoring with 37 while Eion Katchay chipped in with 30. H. Baidwan, J.Siddiqui and G. Ahluwalia took 2 wickets each.

Yorkshire in reply were all out for 204 in 43.5 overs with G.Ahluwalia topscoring with 76. Varun Sehdev picked up 3 for 46.

On Sunday, Islanders defeated Lords CC by 6 wickets. Lords elected to bat first scored 129 all out in 38.1 overs with Mohammed Riaz being the topscorer with 32. Taha Hamid took 5 for 18 in his 10 overs.

Islanders in reply scored 130 for 4 wickets with opener Shahroze Shah topscoring with 52.

Islanders now leads in Conference 1 with 18 points  followed  by defending champions Brampton Masters CC with 15 points.

Brampton Masters recorded their second win of the season when they defeated Centurians CC by six wickets. Centurians took first strike and scored 176 all out in 49.2 overs with S. Wijeyaeratne topscoring with 74. Skipper Damodar Daesrath picked up 4 for 37 in his 10 overs.

Brampton Masters in reply scored 182 for 4 in 43.4 overs with national opening batsman Hiral Patel scoring 70.

Centurians CC however is leading in Conference 2 with 18 points followed  by Toronto CC with 15 points.