BHARAT Damania's century was not enough to secure victory for Rajput Samaj at Boston Manor Playing Fields on Saturday.
Damania took just 68 balls to reach an unbeaten 109, his innings including 10 fours and seven sixes, as Rajput made 303-5 from 44.1 overs.
Openers Jesal Rathod (40) and Sharad Desai (41) put on 73 for the first wicket, while Dhiren Darbar chipped in with a neat 32.
But, despite Damania and Bharat Patel both taking 2-26, Rajput could not bowl out their opponents, who finished on 107-7 from 55 overs.
Damania was on hot form the following day too, taking 4-18 as Rajput beat Shivam in the Middlesex Premier Cricket League Cup.
Patel claimed 2-13 and Hiren Disai 2-15 as Rajput skittled their opponents for 146, before reaching their target for the loss of three wickets in just 17.2 overs.
Damania made 41, but Pratik Patel top-scored, with a half-century. Surrey Cricket League Division One
OLD ISLEWORTHIANS & HESTON beat Ham & Petersham by eight wickets
VETERAN Tony Parker hit an unbeaten 57 as Old Isleworthians & Heston beat Ham & Petersham by eight wickets on Saturday.
Old Is replied to Hamís laboured 125-9 with 126-2 to take the points and go sixth in Division One.
But C Searsumís knock of 64 was not enough for the A team as they lost to Hook & Southborough A by 18 runs in Division Four.
Thames Valley League Division 6B
CHISWICK & LATYMER THIRDS beat Old Merchant Taylors Seconds by 134 runs
SAJID Suleman smashed an unbeaten century (109) as Chiswick & Latymer Thirds thrashed Old Merchant Taylors Seconds by 134 runs on Saturday.
Mohit Bhalla also made a half-century (53) on his debut as Chiswick declared on 265-4 before bowling the Old Boys out for 131, Rajneesh Subbaranam taking 5-43.
Suleman came close to another ton the following day, ending unbeaten on 92 as the Sunday Seconds beat Chessington by 149 runs. Nitin Shibbur beat him to it with a fine knock of 102.
Meanwhile, in Division 2A, Rahul Panta took 6-67 as the Saturday Firsts drew with Datchet.
But knocks of 86 from V Kandanpully and 68 from J Lee were not enough as the Seconds lost by six wickets to Kew Thirds in 5B.
Edmonton beat INDIAN GYMKHANA by four wickets.
INDIAN Gymkhana were knocked of top spot in the Middlesex Championship after losing Saturday's top-of-the-table clash with Edmonton by four wickets.