Nutmeg Warriors won the toss and chose to field.
Nutmeg Warriors earned a spot in the semi-final when Sheldon Joseph smashed the penultimate ball of the match from Keron Charles for Six.
Bay Leaf Blasters batted first and posted a below par 84/3 from their 10 overs, Denis Smith was the only batsmen to bat with any fluency with his score of 41 from 22 balls which included 6 fours and 1 maximum. Devon Smith the team’s leading batsmen struggled to find the boundary in his innings of 19 from 22 balls which included 1 four and 1 six. Darel Cyrus was the most successful bowler for the Warriors who all went for an economy rate of under 10 runs an over. Cyrus had figures of 2 for 17 from his allocation of overs.
Nutmeg Warriors chasing a modest target of 85 for victory found themselves in trouble early losing their main batsman Andre Fletcher for 4 in the second over with the score on 7. Amikel Dubissette bowled economically with his two overs conceding five runs. Warriors without their free scoring captain struggled to score freely and lost wickets regularly. Seandell Regis was the hero of the match, his innings kept things together and the scoreboard ticking over, his knock of 46 from 30 balls 2 fours and 3 sixes was an important factor in Nutmeg Warriors advancing to the semi-finals.
Bay Leaf Blasters 84/3 (10 overs)
Nutmeg Warriors 85/7 (9.5 overs)