Canary Wharf maintained their title hopes in the North East London League with victory over Passage at London Fields.

After opting to bat, Passage were dismissed for just 105, after some late aggressive hitting from Hanzala Hanif Sidat, who top scored with 15.

Canary Wharf bowled tight spells throughout with two wickets apiece claimed by Syed Humza Ali, Mohit Komboj and Charan Soni.

And despite losing two early wickets in reply, an unbroken stand of 94 between Artchit Garg, who followed up his two wickets with 41, and Rushikesh Shinde (32) saw the Canaries home in the 15th over.

Hackney continued their race for glory by beating Camel Lights at Millfields.

Opener Mark Thompson was the star of the batting for Hackney, striking a superb 103.

And he was aided along the way by Edgar Madicott (50), sharing a 124-run stand for the second wicket, before the skipper was stumped.

Sam Berkson claimed four wickets, including that of Thompson, as Hackney ended on 258-7.

And Rob Perrett then ripped through the Camels order, with an impressive 5-24 haul, as Hackney looked to race towards victory.

Late knocks from Sameer Magan (34) and Berkson (34) delayed the inevitable and, as the target got closer, even raised Camels hopes of victory.

However, Perrett claimed the last two wickets to complete a 46-run win.

At Springfield, London Fields defeated Stamford Hill by 111 runs.