AN unbeaten century by skipper Rizwan Farouq, backed up by a six-wicket haul from Simon Miller-Jones, earned Saturday League leaders Little Sai Wan a crushing victory over title rivals Kai Tak at Mission Road. Sai Wan piled up 233 for two in 34 overs and then dismissed Kai Tak for 88 in 23 overs to win by 145 runs and collect the maximum 12 points. They now have 144 from 15 games, while Kai Tak remain on 119 but with a game in hand. Farouq, who represented the territory in the 1990 ICC Trophy in the Netherlands, put on 93 for the second wicket with Mike Mehaffey, who made 24, and shared an unbroken third-wicket stand of 140 with David Fisher, who was undefeated on 77. Farouq struck 19 fours and a six in his unbeaten 115 before Miller-Jones ripped through Kai Tak with six for 40 off eight overs. Patrick Lobo chipped in with two for 12. Sai Wan's last two matches are against Sentinels and Witherers. Nomads stay two points behind Sai Wan on 142 after bowling out Crusaders in the last over of their match at So Kon Po. After scoring 223 for seven in 34 overs, Nomads dismissed third-placed Crusaders for 123 on the second ball of the final over to claim the full 12 points. John Garden struck 75 and took two for 18 for Nomads. Crusaders picked up only two points to move on to 129 from 15 games. It is now a two-horse race for the title between Sai Wan and Nomads, who close their programme against Gap Ramblers and Craigengower.