Trinidad and Tobago batsmen, Justin Guillen and Adrian Barath scored half centuries yesterday to help their club, Queen's Park Cricket Club to a nine wicket win over Alescon Comets in their Premier Division Sunday League match at St Mary's Ground, St Clair.
The Parkites, who are the defending champions, dismissed Comets for 145 with Shannon Gabriel taking four wickets.
Queen's Park raced to 148 for one to clinch a place in the Sunday League semifinals against Merry Boys.
Merry Boys sealed their spot after defeating Moosai Sports in their quarterfinal at Diego Martin Recreation Ground.
Merry Boys dismissed Moosai for 102 with left-arm orthodox spinner Javed Ramdhanie, right-arm medium pacer Rayad Emrit and left-arm wrist spinner Emile Rajah taking three
Mario Belcon scored 64 not out to steer the hosts to 104 for one.
The other semifinal will see last year's runners up PowerGen taking on Seenath's Auto Bamboo Sports.
Bamboo upset Clarke Road by six wickets thanks to Richard Ali's 74 off 45 balls, while PowerGen defeated Esmeralda by 10 wickets on the Duckworth/Lewis method.
Comets 145 (Kieron Joseph 41; Shannon Gabriel 4/33) vs QPCC 148/1 (Adrian Barath 59 n.o., Justin Guillen 50)-—QPCC won 9 wkts
Clarke Road 140/7 (Ranga Lachana 32; Yannic Cariah 2/22) vs Bamboo 143/4 (Richard Ali 74 off 45 balls; Ranga Lachana 2/16)—Bamboo won by 6 wkts
Esmeralda 151/9 vs PowerGen 140 without loss (Nicholas Sookdeosingh 81)—PowerGen won by 10 wkts (D/L)
Moosai's 102 (Jetendra Sookdeo 50; Javed Ramdhanie 3/23, Rayad Emrit 3/28, Emile Rajah 3/3) vs Merry Boys 104/1 (Mario Belcon 64 n.o.)—Merry Boys won by 9 wkts