September in Scarborough Cricket Association brought an end to the regular season but the start of an intense finals campaign. The Over 50 and Women/Youth final were hotly contested along with some hard-fought quarter and semi-finals.

SCA Masters team won an extremely close final, scoring the required 2 runs off the last ball to beat Kokuvil sports club with Keith Deonaraine earning Most Valuable Player for his match-winning 41 not out.
Actionzone U14 were able to take the honours in the Women/Youth Division despite a knock of 65 not out from Trinity’s Terisha Lavia in the run chase. Ibrahim Shahid was the top scorer for Actionzone with his own 42 not out to reach the target.

The semi-finals and finals take place on the 25th and 26th of September with lots of cricket to be seen over that weekend. With a record number of teams and divisions, the final weekend of this season promises to be a hotly contested one.
Earning spots in the finals this year are:
Elite: Ambassadors Sports Club, Victoria Park Cricket Club, Highland Creek Cricket Club, Ajax Cricket Club
Premier:
Naseeb Cricket Club, Island Warriors Cricket Club, Champions CC, Highland Creek Cricket Club, Kaiteur International SC, Toronto Invaders
1st Division:
Kaiteur International SC, Palace Panthers Cricket Club, Toronto Rhinos, United Titans, Team Tigers, Bangla Warriors CC
2nd Division:
Toronto Lions CC, Maple Cricket Club, Ambassadors Sports Club, United CC
3rd Division:
Armor Cricket Club, Toronto 6ixers, Victoria Park, Ace Cricket Club
T-20 Elite:
Star Cricket Club, Oakridge CC, United Titans, Elevens Kerala
T-20 Premier:
Island Warriors, Panthers Cricket Club, Youngstar, Naseeb Cricket Club
T-20 First:
Madras Cricket Club, Markshire Cricket Club, Scarborough Legends, Legends Kerala Cricket Club
T-30 Elite:
Ajax Cricket Club, Phoenix Kerala, The Kayi Wolves, Kokuvil Sports Club
T-30 Premier:
Youngstar CC, Toronto Rhinos CC, Hawks/Toronto Braves, Armor Cricket Club