Brooklyn Cricket League
On 7/20 at Marine Park C, Middlesex claim the toss and took first strike, after Cavaliers was late putting down the matting. At the cut off interval Middlesex was 179 for 5 wickets from 26 overs, Dominic Audain continue his prolific season with a typical aggressive 55 not out (7x 4), captain Mark Audain, produced another elegant knock with 47, (5 x 4), good support came from Devan Passley with responsible 31 not out. Bowling for Cavaliers, D. Charles 5/0/27/2, Fahad Gahaawag 7/0/27/1, Timothy Warner 5/0/36/1, and captain Casper Davis bowling his off spin 7/0/53/1. The match was basically reduced to a T20 scenario.

Dominic Audain during his knock of 96.

Cavaliers needing to get the runs required in 22 overs, they lost 4 overs for their late start. Cavaliers 185/5 from 21 overs, Fahad Gahaawag produced a magnificent 57 (7 x 4, 1 x 6), Sarathy Jagadeen produced an elegant 40. Bowling for Middlesex, Kavir Singh 4/0/29/2, Dominic Audain 5/0/28/1 and Devan Passley 5/0/37/1.
Cavaliers winning by 5 wickets.

Mark Audain bowls during his spell of 5 for 43.

On 7/21 at Marine Park C, Middlesex claim the toss and took first strike, after Sheffield arrived to the ground late. Middlesex 284/8 from 34 overs, Dominic Audain slammed his career best, with a typical aggressive, magnificent 96, getting out caught on the boundary trying to get the century with a lusty blow, (8 x 4, 3 x 6). Windward Islands batsman, Donwell Hector a classy 50, he was out brilliantly caught and bowled by spinner Imran Islam, Tegana McKenzie a lusty 41 (2 x 4, 2 x 6), vice-captain Rod Michael a gritty 34, and Afron Byam 12 from 4 deliveries. Bowling for Sheffield, Imran Islam 8/0/46/3 and Ahmad Dodson 8/0/56/3.

Sheffield was bowled out for 149 runs from 25 overs, Captain, Delorn Muffet a well composed 44, M. Mohas 31 and Ahmad Dodson a lusty 26. Middlesex captain produced a match winning spell, bowling with swing and good pace, produced 8/0/43/5, with putting the final nail in Sheffield’s coffin, medium pacer Kavir Singh 7/0/50/2, and Donwell Hector bowling his off spin 3/0/8/3.
Middlesex winning by 135 runs.