Middlesex VS Wanderers
On Saturday July10th at Marine Park, Middlesex VS Wanderers, Middlesex won the toss and asked Wanderers to take first strike. Wanderers 117 all out from 28.3 overs just on the stroke of the thunder showers. The only two batsmen that got into double figures were Rizwan with 13 and Shah with 11. Bowling for Middlesex, Captain Mark Audain produce a fine opening spell of swing bowling picked up 3 wickets for 20 runs from 7 overs, left arm seamer Sherwin Bazil picked up 2 wicket for 10 runs from 3 overs, and former West Indies fast bowler Adam Sanford bowled with pace and good control picked up 2 wickets for 15 runs from 7 overs. When the showers stopped, play was unable to continue because of a water logged bowlers run up on the southern side of the cricket pitch. Middlesex was awarded the match, because the bowlers run up area was not cover as the rule states in Brooklyn cricket league.

Gregory Anthony compiled an excellect 118 against Cavaliers. Photo by Shiek Mohamed

Queensbury VS Imperial
On Saturday July 10th at Marine Park B, Queensbury VS Imperial, Queensbury 159 for 6 wickets in 26 overs, when rain stopped play. Iva Martin 40 and Joseph Shortt 30, bowling for Imperial, Junaid Muzaid picked up 2 for 27 from 5 overs, Devane Warner picked up 2 wickets for 38 runs from 6 overs. When the rain stopped and the match was suppose to resume, the wicket was deem unfit for any further play, the pitch was not covered properly, allowing water to seep under the covers and bowlers run up. The match was award to Queensbury. Imperial was panelized for having inadequate covers.

Grenada VS Cavaliers
On Sunday July 11th at Marine Park C, Grenada VS Cavaliers. Grenada batted first and scored 268 from 35 overs, Gregory Blade Anthony scored a magnificent 118, Daniel Alexander 20, bowling for Cavaliers, Timothy Warner picked 4 wickets for 48 runs from 7 overs, and Orlando Mofford picked up 3 wickets for 50 runs from 7 overs. Cavaliers 265 all out from 34.4 overs.The dependable Albert Texiera topped scored with a well crafted 68, Orlando Mofford with a patient 43, Michael Providence with a classy 36 and Cameron Cuffy 26. Bowling for Grenada, Gregory Blade Anthony picked up 3 wickets for 16 runs from 4 overs, Kelly Payne picked up 2 wickets for 23 runs from 4 overs, and Casper Davis picked up 2 wickets for 59 runs from 7 overs.Grenada winning the match by 3 runs.

Pak Kashmir VS Imperial
On Sunday July 11th at Marine Park, Pak Kashmir VS Imperial. Pak Kashmir 198 for 9 from 40 overs, Asim Waheed 42, Zaheer Hussain 39, and Tahir Shah 37. Bowling for Imperial Veteran Colville Brown picked up 2 wickets for 22 from 8 overs, Devane Warner picked up 2 wickets for 26 from 5 overs and Kester Sylvester picked up 2 wickets for 53 runs from 7 overs. Imperial 200 for 7 from 36 overs, Orient Bostic 56, Jason Williams former Leeward Islands player 55, Foster Lewis 26. Bowling for Pak Kashmir,
Ashan Shah picked up 2 wickets for 30 from 6 overs and Asim Waheed picked up 2 wickets for 38 runs from 8 overs. Imperial winning by 3 wickets.

Dominic Audain collects one of many awards.

Middlesex VS Challengers
On Sunday July 11th at Seaview Ave, Middlesex VS Challengers, Middlesex claim the toss, because Challengers did not have a team at the schedule start of the match 1.30 pm. Middlesex batted first and was dismissed for 151 from 24.5 overs, Jacob Emmanuel, former Windward Island youth player produced a match saving typical aggressive inning with 62, before he was ran out going for an impossible second run, his inning consisted of 6 massive sixes and 3 fours, good support came from Captain Mark Audain with a patient 23, which include 3 fours. Bowling for Challengers off spinner Kamoor bowled with flight and good control was the pick of the bowlers with 3 wickets for 27 runs from 5.5 overs, fast bowler Burhan picked up 2 wickets for 23 runs from 5 overs, swing bowler Fahad Maghul picked up 2 wickets for 32 runs from 8 overs, and slow left arm spinner Asim picked up 2 wickets for 33 runs from 6 overs. Challenger was dismissed for 133 runs, Ali played very well for an aggressive 41, he hit 6 fours and a six, he was dismissed caught on the boundary from Mark Audain bowling. Umar played patiently for 23 runs. Bowling for Middlesex, Captain Mark Audain produced a match winning spell with 4 wickets for 40 runs from 8 overs, former West Indies fast bowler Adam Sanford in his opening spell, bowled with pace and venom, had all three of his victims caught by wicket keeper Dominic Audain behind the stumps, finished with 3 wickets for 22 runs from 6 overs, young off spinner Daren Denis bowled with good flight and control picked up 3 wickets for 29 runs from 6.4 overs. Middlesex winning by 18 runs.

At the end of the match Middlesex presented their players with Trophies for their performances from their first season (2009). Windward Islands batsman Donwell Hector was awarded 6 trophies, most runs, best batting average, highest score, and a trophy each for scoring 3 centuries. Dominic Audain was award 4 trophies, most wickets, 3rd place all rounder, Hat Trick, and for his 5 wickets in a match. Casper Davis was award 4 trophies, 2nd place most wickets, 2nd place most runs, 1st place all rounder, and for his 5 wickets in a match. Captain Mark Audain was award 3 trophies, 2nd place all rounder, 3rd place most wickets, and for taking 5 wickets in a match. Andre Davis was awarded 2 trophies; best bowling spell for the season 6 wickets for 15 runs, and for his 5 wickets in a match. The trophies were Sponsor by Lloyd G. Drummond plumbing. Middlesex will like to thank all the sponsors for their continuing support and the fans who continue to lend their support.

Panthers VS Warriors
On Sunday July 11th at Marine Park, Panthers VS Warriors. Warriors won the toss and asked Panthers to take first strike. Panthers 204 all out in 35 overs, Salik Iqbal top scored with a well played 38, Nousherwan Adil with a typical aggressive 33, and the reliable Abdul Qayum with 30. Bowling for Warriors Asad Munir, Waqqas Maghul and Khan each picked up 2 wickets each respectively. Warriors got off to a flyer scoring 38 runs from 4 overs, but while cruising on 60 for 1 wicket in 10 overs, Captain Salman Ahmad introduced himself into the attack, he bowled with accuracy and good flight to wreck the top order and finished with remarkable figures of 4 wickets for 18 runs from his allotted 7 overs. Good bowling support came from Mahammad Imran who picked up 3 wickets for 21 runs. Warriors were bowled out for 110 runs.
Panthers winning by 94 runs and currently has 9 wins and 2 losses so far in the 2010 season.