By James Persaud
He is tall and thin, soft spoken and a fine gentleman who plays cricket for the love of the game. He brought his style and ambitions of wanting to win to the league, playing for the Hustlers cricket club. He played some big innings for his Hustlers team and at times almost carried the batting by himself.

Asif Ally receives his prize from League President Eric Ferrier.

He would bowl in games and was always able to pick up crucial wickets or break a long standing partnership. In the NYSCL 30 Over Cup finals between Assassins and Hustlers, he was given the ball late in the innings by his skipper and he bowled a splendid spell of two overs, claiming four wickets for two runs.

He scored a total of three hundred and forty runs and picked up eleven wickets, he won two final man of the match awards when his team won the first and second competitions of the season. He fell short of winning the top prize, but has a bright future playing with the “NYSC” league.