INDIAN GYMKHANA beat Southall by 128 runs OVERSEAS star Subhash Choudhary smashed a century (105) as leaders Indian Gymkhana held on to top spot on Saturday.
Struggling on 67-6 against Southall, Gymkhana's lower order came up trumps to see their side to 197 all out from 53 overs.
All-round star Choudhary (4-14) then took four wickets, as did Kunal Patel (4-21), as Gymkhana skittled Southall for 69 in 32 overs.
Bhavin Parekh also claimed 2-16 as Gymkhana cruised to a 128-run victory.
MIDDSX PREMIER, DIV 1
RAJPUT SAMAJ beat Bharat Olympians by nine wickets BHARAT Patel's 3-16 led Rajput Samaj to an emphatic win over Bharat Olympians on Sunday.
Patel's nagging accuracy made sure the reigning Middlesex Premier League champions maintained their unbeaten record so far in 2009, never letting the visitors put any kind of partnerships together.
With just 124 needed for victory, Rajput begun well before losing Nilesh Patel for 19.
However, this just brought Bharat Damania to the crease to join skipper Pratik Patel, and these two took the hosts to victory in the 22nd over. Damania finished with 58no, while Patel was unbeaten on 42.
SURREY LGE, DIV 1
OLD ISLEWORTHIANS & HESTON beat Beddington Village by four wickets FORMER Hounslow CC star Tony Parker rolled back the years on Saturday.
Parker smashed an unbeaten 152 as Old Isleworthians & Heston won by six wickets at Beddington Village.
The hosts finished on a very competitive 243-4, but had no answer to Parker, whose superb stand saw Old I&H to 244-6.
The A side made it a double with a five-wicket win at Sutton A in Division Three, with James Harcourt top scoring on 66.
THAMESIDE SUNDAY LGE
CHISWICK & LATYMER SUNDAY second XI beat Southall Dragons Sunday by 10 wickets MOHAMMED Aadil Aziz completed his century with the last ball of the game to earn Chiswick & Latymer Sunday second XI a 10-wicket win on Sunday.
With Southall Dragons having declared on 243-8, Aziz teamed up with fellow opener Dean Carr to win the match for Chiswick all by themselves.
Carr was the first to reach his ton, finishing unbeaten on 114, before Aziz found himself on 99, with his side needing one to win. He duly obliged.
But the Sunday first XI lost to Sutton by seven wickets, Sunny Singh's half-century (54) the only highlight.
The previous day, the Saturday first and
second XIs both drew in the Thames Valley League, with Finchampstead and Datchet respectively. Paul Piper top-scored with 65 for the firsts, as did Steven Rushworth, with 88, for the seconds, for whom Hasibul Haq also took 4-27