SADA Hussain ended the first round of the CMI Sunday League in the same way he started it, by leading Pakistan Association to victory - this time a seven-wicket win over Little Sai Wan at Mission Road yesterday. Sada scored his first century in the Sunday League this season. It was a hurricane knock, the 114 runs coming off 90 deliveries, including two huge sixes and 16 boundaries. His batting was hardly reminiscent of the painstaking half-century which he scored against Templars at the outset of the 1995-96 season two months ago. But the end result on both occasions was victory for Pakistan Association. With a clean record, seven wins from seven games, it is hardly surprising that Sada was full of smiles after an early finish yesterday. Confident in himself and in his team, the unassuming Pakistan Association captain said the aim was to complete the season unbeaten. 'That is our target now. We have reached the halfway stage unbeaten and we will try to end the season in the same way,' said Sada. 'We are not going to relax. Everyone better watch out as we will still be going all out for victory.' He credited his team's clean slate to teamwork. Barring the postponed match against the Dragons, the Pakistanis have beaten every team comprehensively this season, apart from the narrow one-wicket win over Templars. While teamwork might count, it is a strong bowling department which has put the Pakistanis in the clear. And opponents be warned, it will not be any easier in the second round as they will have two more top spinners in their side. Yesterday, left-arm spinner Mohammed Saghir returned to the team. And according to Sada, former Hong Kong off-spinner Jawaid Iqbal will join the Pakistan Association next month. 'Our bowling is our main strength and with the return of Saghir and Jawaid next month, it will become stronger,' said Sada. Saghir still remains a classy bowler. He teased, turned and flighted the ball to claim the Sai Wan middle order, including the prize wicket of captain and top-scorer Lal Jayasinghe. It was Saghir's first game this season and he can only get better. A lusty knock of 38 from Mohanna Marzook helped Sai Wan to 211. All their batsmen reached double figures, but no one really dominated the Pakistani attack. Sada figured in two huge partnerships with Aftab Ahmed and Saleem Malik as the Pakistanis breezed their way to victory. Malik ended the match with a six over long-on. It summed up the cavalier attitude of the winners. Stewart Brew (68) and Rodney Bannister (70) figured in an opening partnership of 118 to help Optimists on their way to a seven-wicket victory over Vagabonds. Vagabonds reached a creditable 239 for eight, thanks to a fourth-wicket partnership of 145 between Wayne Lomax (105) and Martin Lever (63). Openers Tim Smart (164) and A. Yates (124) went on a leather hunt to help Scorpions pile on 313 for five against the Dragons. The Dragons were bowled out for 199 with Roland To top-scoring with 40.