Hybrid fiber are touted with the help of mercerization technique in order to promote the properties of host Sansevieria cylindrica (Sc) and Sisal(Sl) hybrid fibers in the blend composites followed by synthesized and tested. The developments of high performance composite materials employed from locally available-sources. The objective of this research was to evaluate the mechanical performance (tensile, bending and impact strength) of blended Epoxy (Ey) and Polyester (Pr) in the ratio of 85/15(Wt./Wt.) filled with Sansevieria cylindrica(Sc) at different compositions (3,5,10,20 and 30wt%), using the extrusion and hot press molding technique. Results showed that Sc10: Ey/Pr (75/15) mixture was found better performance among the composites prepared. Because of the suitability of Sansevieria cylindrica (Sc) as filler in Ey/Pr blended composite as shown in our previous work, and yet Sansevieria cylindrical is subjected to hybridize with sisal (Sl) short fibre in Ey/Pr blended composite to achieve superior mechanical performance. Dielectric strength was increased gradually up to 30wt% of Sc fiber content. Thus due to good immiscibility of epoxy/polyester brought a windfall on dielectric strength, water sorption capacity, degradation behaviour such as simulating weathering and soil buried test and yet proved cost effective, co-friendly and state of art blended composites are always go hand in hand.