Kwun Tong schoolboy Irfan Ahmed enjoyed a thrilling experience as the youngest-ever player to appear for Hong Kong at the international Cricket Sixes over the weekend. The Delia Memorial School (Hip Wo) student, who turns 16 next month, finished as one of Hong Kong's best bowlers at the two-day tournament held at Kowloon Cricket Club (KCC). India won their first-ever Cricket Sixes championship, beating the West Indies by four wickets in the final on Sunday. The Hong Kong team struggled however, losing all three pool games to Sri Lanka, Australia and England, a Plate semi-final to Pakistan, and a seventh place play-off against Australia. Irfan played his best against his country of birth, Pakistan. The teenager delivered six excellent balls, which the Pakistani batsmen, including former top-level players Moin Khan and Mohammed Hafeez, could only hit for singles. Senior Hong Kong player Rahul Sharma praised his young teammate. 'Irfan was just outstanding,' he said. 'With the level of skills he has now, he has got the talent to play for Pakistan one day. I was a little bit sceptical when he was picked to play, as I thought he would be overawed. But he wasn't.' India clinched the title after captain Robin Singh smashed 34 off 15 balls. It left Hrishikesh Kanitkar to easily make the final four runs, and overhaul the West Indies target of 72. Hundreds of Indian fans at the KCC celebrated the victory. It was sweet revenge for India who had lost the 1996 final to the West Indies by eight runs. Two-time defending champions England defeated Sri Lanka by five wickets in the Cup playoff for third place. The final match comprised two innings of five, eight-ball overs.