ROD Eddington bowled Kai Tak to a 28-run victory over Tartars in the CMI Saturday League cricket action yesterday.Sunday, 14 January, 1996, 12:00am
KAI Tak and Witherers yesterday cemented their positions at the top of the CMI Saturday League and continued their unbeaten run when they scored contrasting wins over Nomads and CCC respectively.
Table leaders Kai Tak swept to a resounding 144-run victory over Nomads at the Hong Kong Cricket Club.22 Oct 1995 - 12:00am
ANDREW Clements rose to the occasion yesterday, bowling the Saracens to a 34-run win over Connaught Saturday League leaders Witherers at the Kowloon Cricket Club.
Bowling for the first time this season, Clements repaid the faith of his captain John Dykes with a telling burst of medium pace bowling to wipe out the Witherers middle order and finish with four wickets.15 Jan 1995 - 12:00am
THE Witherers reinforced their place at the top of the Connaught Saturday League yesterday with a closely fought win over Nomads.
Four runs off the last ball of the match gave the league leaders 12 points and enabled them to retain their five-point lead over Little Sai Wan, who kept their championships hopes alive by winning their match against Merchants.23 Oct 1994 - 12:00am
NOMADS and Diocesan Boys School battled to a rare tie in a Connaught Saturday League encounter at Stanley Fort yesterday.
DBS made 148 for seven in their 35 overs with Stewart Brew top-scoring with 70.
Nomads, in reply, were one ball away from achieving victory, but Bruce Mitchell was clean bowled by Martin Ling in the final delivery of the match.14 Nov 1993 - 12:00am
ST GEORGE'S beat Gap Ramblers by three wickets in a tense finish to their Hong Kong Cricket Association Connaught Saturday League game at Mission Road yesterday, writes Jeremy Walker.
Chasing Ramblers' 35-over total of 177 for five, St George's needed only three runs off the final over to win.10 Oct 1993 - 12:00am
CRAIGENGOWER Cricket Club marched into the last eight of the Saturday League's Butani Cup with a comfortable nine-wicket victory over the Pakistan Association at So Kon Po yesterday.28 Feb 1993 - 12:00am
OPENING batsman Seamus O'Brien wasted no time in powering Gap Ramblers through to the second round of the Saturday League's Butani Cup yesterday.
Playing at his home ground at Wong Nai Chung Gap Road, O'Brien cracked a 59-ball 90 in only 52 minutes to steer Ramblers to an early nine-wicket victory over Centaurs.21 Feb 1993 - 12:00am
A BRAVE declaration by captain Rizwan Farouq failed to win Little Sai Wan the maximum 12 points but kept them narrowly on top of the Saturday league standings.
A painfully slow over rate by Sentinels despite an early start forced Rizwan, who scored 50, to declare Sai Wan's innings at 162 for five after two hours and only 28.5 overs at Sek Kong.7 Feb 1993 - 12:00am