AN explosive 46-ball century from Hong Kong-born Sri Lankan Riaz Farcy steered Little Sai Wan to an emphatic nine-wicket Hong Kong Sunday League victory over Wanderers at Mission Road yesterday. The burly Farcy, in line for a call-up to Hong Kong's ICC World Cup squad in Kenya next year, smashed 15 boundaries and four sixes in a power-packed innings of 103 not out to help his team to their first victory of the new season. With Sai Wan chasing Wanderers' 233 all out, Farcy, who batted at number three, hit a six over long-on off Peter Olsen's bowling for the winning runs. Mike Peck top-scored for Wanderers, who were all out in the 54th over. Farcy was one of three bowlers who got a pair of wickets in the match. The others were Mahana Marzook and Nick Waters. Off-spinner Lal Jayasinghe, coach of the all-Chinese Hong Kong Dragons team, went one better, taking three wickets for 44 runs. Sai Wan then wasted little time in reaching the target. Opener Mike Mehaffey hit an unbeaten 76 and, after David Happell was out for 50, the Farcy fireworks began. His unhindered innings helped Sai Wan to 235 for one in only 38 overs. Also in fine batting form was Hong Kong international Stewart Brew, whose 120 not out helped Optimists to a seven-wicket victory in their clash against Pakistan Association at So Kon Po. The Pakistani batsmen maintained a steady pace but ran out of wickets to be all out for 256 in the 53rd over. Wanderers bowler Justin Strachan caused most of the damage by taking six wickets for 62. Optimists then lost only three wickets in making 257, scoring the winning run with more than an over to spare. Brew faced 111 deliveries and hit 14 fours and one six. He figured in a 125-run opening-wicket stand with Seamus O'Brien, who scored 67 off only 58 balls. Mike Speak contributed 37. Defending champions Templars continued their good form with a six-wicket victory over Indian Recreation Club at Sek Kong. Templars' spinners were out in force to keep the IRC batsmen in check, conceding a miserly 24 runs between them for seven wickets. IRC were bowled out for 125 in 53 overs, their top-scorer being Krish Chandran with 37. Bharat Gohel took four wickets for eight while Yarman Vachha claimed two for 14. But it was Yarman's younger brother, Shiroy, who returned the best figures, giving away only two runs for his three IRC scalps. Templars cantered to victory in 28 overs, with Ravi Sujanani unbeaten on 52 and Gohel hitting 20 not out. Rahul Sharma scored 38.