Old Monks were convincing winners over Victoria Park Community League debutants Islanders in week three of the new season.

Arun Devanga and Shiv Kumar both hit 50s as Monks became the first team this season to reach the double century mark, posting 207-5.

Islanders batted out their allotted overs to reach 95-6, with Theo Cudell (22) top scoring and Shiv Kumar taking 3-15.

De Beauvoir Dugongs recovered from 33-2 to score 164-3 against Wolverines, with skipper Nick Nailor striking 52.

And Wolverines quickly slipped to 19-3 before a fine stand between Robbie Martin (43) and Dan Cheek (28) pulled George Gibbons' men back into the match, only to lose by 23 runs.

Masiha saw Stuart Miller run out for a diamond duck to a direct hit by Kofi Morris, before reaching 196-1 thanks to 55 from Danny White and 48 from Iain Berryman.

George MacDonald top-scored with 35 as Rigs ended up on 104-4.

MUFG made 168-0 against Mad Marrocas thanks to half centuries from Syed Bukhari and Kieran Martin, with their rivals reaching 130-5 after some late blows from Robbie Jacobs.

Old Fallopians II were dismissed for 152 by NMCC, with Jack Holmes (42) top scoring, and despite 32 from Kieran Tailor, NMCC struggled to 116-6.

Super Rangers put in a superb all-round display to chase down Old Fallopians 136-4, after Bishu Sarkar and Usama Hashmi both hit 51, as an aggressive 50 from Mohammed Hassan sealed their first victory of the season with three overs left.

Mile Tailenders recovered to defeat Wednesday Night, slipping to 43-4 before an impressive stand from left-hander Dave Hill who hit an aggressive 50, and Dave Murphy (41).

Wednesday made a nightmare start as they fell to 10-4 and were 77 all out, despite some fine shots from debutant Sami Haqhyar (32) as Josh Cofie (4-30) became the first man of the season to take four wickets in an innings.

London Eagles defeated London Tigers - having formed from them - in their first VPCCL meeting as Zubair Guardiwala hit an unbeaten 65 in their 189-6.

Tigers started strongly before succumbing to the rate as they were bowled out for 149, skipper Shumon Sharif (41) top scoring.

There was a tense finale as Rose & Crown edged past I Don't Like Cricket by four runs.

After a poor start, Upendar Reddy struck 51 as Rose & Crown ended on a solid 149-6 with Ross Legg claiming three catches behind the stumps.

Kashush Sood was the star for IDLC as he returned to the crease - with 35 needed in the final two overs - and smashed his way to a season best score of 79, before Crown held out for a narrow win.

Victoria Lounge saw off Camel Lights, who finished their 16 overs on 114-6 with Hugo Borren (21) top scoring after late hitting by Kit Caless (16) and Alex Patten (16).

Greg Rampersad led the chase with a composed 50 and, despite a superb catch from Sam Berkson, Lounge reached their target in 12 overs.