Sanjeewa Jayaratne was the star for Harrow St Mary's on Saturday as they secured a draw with reigning champions Osterley in the Middlesex Championship.
Jayaratne took 6-72 as Osterley were restricted to 214 from 55 overs - a total which might have been considerably less had dropped catches not allowed the home side to rattle up 64 runs in the last 10 overs.
In reply, HSM lost early wickets and, with six down for only 53 runs, were heading for defeat. But, after having bowled through the whole of the Osterley innings, Jayaratne then steadied the side with an unbeaten 65 and, with good support from Gary Pettet (29 not out), saw the visitors to a comfortable draw at 151 for six.
In Sunday's Cup match, Kavar Ali took 3-17 as Edmonton were held to 156 for nine from their 45 overs.
HSM got the runs in 31 overs to secure a comfortable win, colt Sam Blennerhasset (49), Adrian Sharma (37) and Kavar Ali (37) all batting well.
HSM 2nds were all out for a paltry 87 against Osterley but then grabbed an unlikely win by dismissing their rivals for 83, Ian Ridley (6-19) and Farhan Mujib (3-6 from just four balls) taking the bowling honours.
Anil Patel took 4-41 and Kishen Karia grabbed 3-17 as HSM 3rds dismissed Wembley for 149. HSM got the runs in 27 overs, Giresh Kelkar making an unbeaten 73.
On Sunday HSM 2nds were dismissed for 116 (Kishan Teli 31, Gevindu Liyanage 23, Prakash Kotecha 25) by Indian Tigers who got the runs in 18 overs in their reply.
Tom Pettet (45), Sam Blennerhasset (50) and Jaimit Patel (39) batted well, while under-11 player Kamran Hussain took 3-19, as HSM under-17s beat Uxbridge.