Ramzan boosts Renfrew championship hopes
David Kelso (CricketMedia Scotland)
VETERAN campaigner Mohammed Ramzan produced another solid knock to boost Renfrew's prospects of landing the Western First Divison championship.
Ramzan's experience shone through as he made a typically dogged 59 in the tense and dramatic triumph over Weir's at Albert Park.
His effort paved the way for the visitors to reach 217 for seven - and Renfrew managed to defend the target by the skin of their teeth.
Moneeb Iqbal led the response of the hosts, hitting a fine 80 - but his toil and endeavour wasn't quite enough to stave off a three-run defeat.
The outstanding innings in the division was provided by Stenhousemuir's Rushdi Jappie.
He blasted an unbeaten 118 at the Tryst to inspire his side to victory over Prestwick.
Kelburne pulled off a surprise three-wicked success over East Kilbride at Whitehaugh, while Ferguslie hammered old rivals Poloc at Meikleriggs.
In the East Zone, Mo Saeed was halted a single short of a century for Freuchie against Fauldhouse at Eastfield Park.
Saeed followed up by sharing six cheap wickets with Scott Gourley to complete the emphatic 150-run win.
The miserable run of Edinburgh Accies continued as they were toppled by SMRH at Inverleith and Falkland got the better of Penicuik at Scroggie Park to complete a good weekend for Fife.