The match pictured was a win against Al Bateen who finished 46 for 6 while Cranleigh were 47 for 3. In the boys' most recent game, they extended their unbeaten run to four matches with a convincing away win over BSAK. Cranleigh batted first and posted 87 with Freddie Taylor-Cross scoring 23 and Murad Ali scoring a valuable “last man stands” knock of 37.

BSAK’s innings started well but the match was turned on its head when Jimin Lee took 4 wickets in one over, including a double jeopardy (2 wickets in 1 ball). The rest of the BSAK team were then bowled out for 47 with further excellent bowling from Tejas Gujawara and Karl Dumasia. The team has all but secured the U14 league title with one game left to play against Raha International this week.