LITTLE Sai Wan will fire a letter of protest to the Hong Kong Cricket Association complaining about the standard of umpiring in yesterday's game against HKCC Scorpions at Mission Road. Sai Wan, chasing a target of 238, were dismissed for 226 in the 42nd over in a game which Sai Wan skipper Riaz Farcy said was littered with 'terrible decisions against us'. 'We had six leg before decisions against us of which four were highly questionable. The umpires do not know what an lbw is,' said a furious Farcy. Amongst the Sai Wan batsmen who Farcy said were wrongly done by were Lal Jayasinghe (63) and Mohanna Marzook (55). 'There were some half-hearted appeals and the umpires were raising their hands. It is shocking. I will protest to the association at this outrage,' said Farcy yesterday. 'Marzook was given out after the ball had clearly struck the bat. Even the Scorpions players couldn't believe it. It was atrocious.' Meanwhile Stewart Brew, the only batsman yesterday who was within striking distance of accomplishing a 1,000 runs in the CMI Sunday League, fell short by 67 runs as the season ended for the Optimists. Brew, leading the Optimists in their hunt for 232 runs to defeat the Infidels in CMI Sunday League action was dismissed for 29 yesterday and was unable to emulate the 1,000 runs he scored two seasons ago. Optimists' fast bowler Adrian Ashman played an all-round role taking three wickets (boosting his season's total to 36 wickets) in the Infidels innings and then hitting a quick-fire 42 to guide his side to a comfortable victory in the end. He was well supported by an unbeaten 53 from Leigh Beaman. Brew aggregated 933 runs from 15 innings which sees him finish the season at the top of the run-getters table. Templars scored a nine-wicket victory over Vagabonds with Rahul Sharma taking six for 43 as Vagabonds reached 216 for nine. Sharma then led the run chase with 138 not out.