Michael Noble scored 116 as Liberty SC chased 240 to win by seven wickets over Camelot. The defeat essentially leaves Camelot with only a mathematical chance of making the Division A grade. Batting first Camelot totaled 240 on the back of half centuries by captain Hafeez Khan and Jameel Khan. Liberty has been consistent performers all season as Noble supported by Dilly Khilawan (70) pushed their side closer to a Division A birth. Camelot with two to play face a daunting task in Everest in round seven. Liberty will tackle Enmore who topped Phantom this weekend.
Atlantis gave themselves some breathing space in second as they won against Richmond Hill. Richmond Hill took first strike at home but could only muster 150, all out in 38 over. Only Shameer Sadloo 62 not out and Debo Sankar 42 provided any resistance. Seamers Nicholas Stanford had 3/33, Greg Robinson 2/26, and off spinner Hugh Craig 2/27. Altantis made light work of the target getting home in 29.4 overs to win by six wickets. Stanford followed up his performances with the ball to score 57 and Henderson Blade 43. Atlantis look to close out with a win over Phantom in round seven as Richmond Hill look to recover from their two consecutive defeats to the top two when they go to East Side Warriors. Everest/ACS remained the only unbeaten side in the EACA following their victory of East Side. Everest will seek to complete this phase flawless and in doing so a win over Camelot with relegated the later to Division B. Atlantis and Everest are confirmed for Division A with Richmond Hill and Liberty almost there.
Everest/ACS v. Camelot Bay Park Atlantis v. Phantom Hecksher I
East Side Warriors Richmond Hill Brentwood Liberty v. Enmore Flushing II