Computec Cane End, Country Meet Town Outa Trouble One, Dr Thomas Injectors and Gairy Construction Simple Boyz all advanced to the quarter-finals of the SVG Police Co-operative Credit Union Clinchers T20 cricket competition at the Richland Park Oval last weekend.
On Saturday, Computec Cane End beat Fully Loaded Ballerz by 25 runs after winning the toss and batting first.
Computec Cane End made 71 in 16 overs with Sunil Paul 3/2 and Rudy John 3/8 doing the damage.
Fully Loaded Ballerz, faced with what looked an attainable target, were shot out for 46 in 16 overs, with Alwyn Quashie returning the impressive figures of 5/6 from his four overs, and Orlando O’Brien 3/16.
And Country Meet Town Outa Trouble One comfortably beat Hot Boyz by 60 runs after choosing to bat upon winning the toss.
In a match marred by some contentious behaviour by Country Meet Town Outa Trouble One, they batted first and reached 159/8 in 20 overs.
The big, powerful Oznie Billingy made full use of a big swing against hapless opponents to score 49, while Mickel Mapp — 30 with 3 sixes and 1 four, Javid Harry — 28 with 4 sixes and Imran Samuel 25, all got into the act.
Hot Boyz were then restricted to 99 for 6 in 20 overs with opener, Lass Yearwood 40 with 5 fours and 1 six, fighting a lone hand as Imran Samuel enjoyed a good match with 3/32.
And On Sunday, Dr. Thomas Injectors defeated Sea Operations Nar Fren Dem by 3 wickets.
Sea Operations Nar Fren Dem, batting first, got to 116/6 in 20 overs with Zemron Humphrey 25 being the topscore as Quesnel Cottoy took 3/8 and Ron Adams 2/23. Dr. Injectors reached 122/7 in 18.3 overs with Cottoy 28 and Ron Adams 27 setting up the win. Rocheem Lavia took 3/11 but this was not good enough to see his team home.
And former champions, Gairy Construction Simple Boyz beat Bank of SVG Allstars by 85 runs.
Gairy Construction Simple Boyz got to 153/6 in 20 overs Stein Joseph 54 with 8 sixes and Elrie Morris 25. Bank of SVG Allstars were then dismissed for 68 in 19.4 overs, with Kentish Phillips 4/11 and Travis Cumberbatch 3/9 bowling their team to victory.