Victoria Park Cricket League: Zakir’s record is in vain – Hackney Gazette

Following the retirement-at-50 rule established in 2003, Zakir returned to the crease to crush 30 in the final two overs of his team’s match against London Tigers to finish unbeaten on 109.

That surpassed the set of 103 in 2018 when Stepney closed at 187-6, but the Tigers earned a final win thanks to Sankid Sami’s 52.

Old Fallopians beat Anirban, who got to 179-5 as Mahi Mahfuz posted an unbeaten 61, as MD Rahman’s half-century and Kafh Hasan sealed victory in the 12th.

There was a quick four over the Vandermark Cup as the Camels Lights hammered out 52-3, with Dave Sendall getting 20 against the Regents, who responded with 41.

Camel will take on I Don’t Like Cricket in the last eight for a place on final day.

Sky Mighty Tigers chased Rose & Crown 159-6 in Division One with two overs remaining, while Regents moved top of Division Five after ending NMCC’s unbeaten run.

The Regents flew from the starting blocks, reaching 110 in eight overs thanks to a half-century from openers David Campbell and Mark Partridge, and closed at 192-3.

Kiran Tailor scored 51 as NMCC finished at 147-4.

Royal Tigers took control at the top of Division One after defeating London Eagles, with Muzzammal Salman continuing his excellent purple patch with another 50 in his 208-5 run.

Eagles only managed 161-5, with Abdul Munim (35) leading scorer.

Week 14 began with Sky 2 getting the better of Gousey, as Nozmul Hussain and Azman Shahan hit a half-century at their 182-2.

Niall Saigal (53) and Charlie Malcolm (47) brought Gousey to 170-6.

John Saunders Griffiths hit 53 as Homerton made it 147-6 against the De Beauvoir Dugongs, with Sam Hickey (30) and Sagar Bora (24) also contributing.

Priyam Tandel put together an excellent 4-20 run as Homerton reduced the Dugongs to 51-6, before an aggressive late stand from number eight Seb Buddle (42) brought his total to 116.

Wolverines defeated Super Rangers in a close final battle, after their rivals battled for pace and made it 152-6.

Opener Sam Howard hit a 26-ball half century as Dougie Gordon (31) and Robbie Martin’s unbeaten 24 helped the Wolverines to victory with five balls remaining.

Stokey Scoundrels looked in fine form when they defeated Old Monks in Division Three.

Arun Devanga top-scored with 41 as Old Monks finished just 131-6, with openers Vivek Sarohia and Hugo Clay scoring a half-century as Stokey raced to victory in 13.3 overs.

The Phoenix All Stars eliminated MUFG in Division Two after dismissing them for just 107.

MUFG collapsed to 80-6, as Saj Rehman took it 3-22, before a late challenge from Dipnkar Mondal, but Ramiz Khan (53) led Phoenix to his goal in the 13th.

Pacific continued their unbeaten run at the top of Division Two by defeating the Bansko Bears who dropped to 117 all while Kieran Kumaria and Ollie Meikle (26) scored the best.

Kadir Alim’s unbeaten 55 led the way as Pacific came home in the 13th.

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