Team Corruption, V-Net, Tarmac into Kares One Guyana T10 semi-finals

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Team Corruption, V-Net Vipers, and Tarmac Titans stormed into the Kares One Guyana T10 Tapeball Blast semi-finals following their Super Eight showdowns on Saturday.

At Enmore Community Centre Cricket Club, the first match saw the Titans defeating The United Crew by eight wickets.

Batting first, United were bowled out for 58 in 9.4 overs as Rashidi Benjamin bagged 3-19. He was supported by Dexter George, Rawle Merrell, and Azad Mohamed, with two wickets each.

Sylvan Williams top scored with 16 while Mark Williams (14) and Collin DeJonge (10) were the only other batsmen to make double figures.

Titans cruised to victory, requiring 18 balls to reach 63 for two.

Sachin Singh piloted the chase with 27 from 11 balls and added 42 for the opening wicket with Earl Gilkes (20).

In the second match, Vipers registered a 16-run win over Village Rams after posting 122 for five and limiting Rams to 106 for seven by the time their overs expired.

Kevon Boodie top-scored for the Vipers with 30 from just ten balls. David Williams chipped in with 25, and cameos from Quinten Sampson (21) and Richie Looknauth (15) ensured them a respectable total. Clinton Pestano picked up 3-30 for the Rams.

When Rams batted, Joshua Jones ensured Vipers their place in the semi-finals after taking 5-17, the first five-wicket haul of the competition.

Omesh Dhanram played the lone hand with the bat for the Rams, scoring 49 from 25 balls. His innings was laced with four sixes and three fours. Akeem Vieria made 16, and Leon Swamy scored 12.

Corruption secured the final spot in the playoffs after a six-wicket win over Avinash All-Stars.

Team Corruption is through to the semi-finals.

Avinash All Stars posted 104 for seven, with Ramnaresh Sarwan leading the charge.

The skipper top scored 36 from 22, with his innings highlighted by four sixes.

Ronsford Beaton was the only batsman to reach double figures with 19, while extras propped up the score with 23.

Ashmead Nedd and Nicholas Persaud picked up two wickets each for Corruption.

Beaton returned to give his side hope of defending their score with 2-19 but Nichosie Barker and others had different plans.

Barker top scored with 31 from 13, hitting three sixes and two fours before being bowled by an inswinger from Beaton.

Steven Sankar then picked up where Barker left off, hitting 26 from 10 balls, while Raymond Perez saw his side over the line with 21 not out from 11 balls.

The action heads to Providence on Saturday, August 12, where Eccles All-Stars play Team Corruption and Tarmac Titans take on V-Net Vipers.

The final will be played under lights.

Admission is free, and there will be many giveaways and fun for patrons.

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