Teenager Allister Williams celebrated his upcoming 16th birthday early by scoring his maiden Sunday League century yesterday. Williams hit a sparkling 115 as Ansett Vagabonds defeated Indian Cricket Club by 120 runs at DBS. The left-handed Williams, who turns 16 this week, played with responsibility as he anchored the Vagabonds to a total of 253 for eight in 44 overs. He hit 14 fours and four sixes in his knock and figured in a third-wicket partnership of 159 runs with the mature Phil Glenwright (68). Indian Cricket Club, who have surprised everyone by winning two matches this season, were unable to put up much resistance as they were bowled out for 133 runs in the 25th over. Alex Price was the chief wicket-taker, grabbing four for 48 while Martin Lever (two for 25) and David Speer (three for 26) also chipped in to give Vagabonds a bright start to the new year. JKN Little Sai Wan also got 1998 off to a rollicking start as they piled on the runs in their 38-run victory over Templars. Sai Wan, batting first, scored 313 for six in 48 overs with Manoj Cheruparambil top-scoring with 84. Cheruparambil, who has now decided to go as C. Manoj, was involved in a 92-run stand for the second wicket with Riaz Farcy, who scored 65. A belligerent 55 from captain Mohanna Marzook and knocks of 40 and 33 by Kamran Raza and R. Palliyaguru respectively, helped Sai Wan to their commanding total. Templars got off to a bad start and were struggling at 140 for eight in the 32nd over. It was left to Rahul Sharma and G. Evans to salvage some pride. The pair put on an unbroken 135-run partnership with Sharma, who finished unbeaten on 150, doing most of the scoring. Evans' contribution was 16.