Imperial vs Middlesex
On August 24th at Marine Park A, first semifinal, Imperial vs Middlesex, Middlesex won the toss and took first strike. Middlesex was skittle out for 97 runs, Middlesex started badly when they loss the wicket of skipper Mark Audain, brilliantly caught by Derval Green in the covers for 01 in the first over, Owen Earle joined Donwell Hector and the pair rebuild the inning, until Donwell Hector was brilliantly ran out by Hyron Shallow attempting a quick single, he made 14, Owen Earle was the next to go, caught and bowled by Shaddy Khan for a fluent 30. Dominic Audain battled for 16, caught, trying to pull a short off spinner from Marlon Johnson, Middlesex suffer a collapse, veteran left arm spinner, Shaddy Khan causing the damage, produced figures, 8 overs, 25 runs, 5 wickets, off spinner Marlon Johnson, 6 overs, 17 runs, 2 wickets, and skipper Orlando Mofford, 8 overs, 1 maiden, 32 runs, 2 wickets.

Sherwin Bazil had 4 for 29 against Wanderers.

Imperial 98 for 5 wickets from 18 overs, Bejorn Brown carried his bat for a patient unbeaten 31, former Jamaica youth fast bowler, Denva Passley got the first wicket, sending back former Windward islands batsman, Hyron Shallow, LBW for 7, Dominic Audain bowled with great pace and hostility accounting for Marlon Johnson, caught wicket keeper, Owen Earle from a steep lifter, for 17, Derval Green , former Jamaican youth captain, and Dominic Audain former USA youth player,  had a great contest, Audain dishing out some express deliveries and sledging and getting the better of Green, caught wicket keeper, Owen Earle for 7, from a beautiful out swinger, Mark Audain got into the act in his only over, send back. Nelson caught by wicket keeper Owen Earle from a beautiful out swinger, he made 7,  Kavir Singh accounted for the prize with of Dexieth Palmer, bowled off the back of the bat for 8 runs. Bowling for Middlesex, Dominic Audain, 8 overs, 38 runs, 2 wickets, Mark Audain, 1 overs, 6 runs, 1 wicket, Kavir Singh, 5 overs, 27 runs, 1 wicket and Denva Passley, 4 overs, 28 runs, 1 wicket. Imperial won by 5 wickets.

Middlesex vs Wanderers
On August 25th at Seaview Ave, Middlesex vs Wanderers 35 over knockout match, Wanderers won the toss and elect to take first strike, Wanderers, 118 all out 22.2 overs, left arm seamer, Sherwin Bazil produced an inspired spell of swing bowling picking up 3 wickets in 4 deliveries in his 2nd over, opener David Anthony was clean bowled for 1, his leg stump went for a walk, Shane Anthony was clean bowled for a duck, his off stump knocked back, and Leon Hyde played out the hat trick delivery, the next ball his middle stump went cartwheeling, he made a duck, in his 4th over, E. Banner was bowled middle stump for 7, fast bowler Dominic Audain accounted for S. Bhurasin 4, and Tyson David 4.

Wanderers reeling 6/15, a 78 runs 7th wicket partnership between L. Maison 29 not out and Jawanzah Young 32, LBW to Mark Audain put the final nail in Wanderers coffin. Bowling for Middlesex, Sherwin Bazil, 7 overs, 29 runs, 4 wickets, Mark Audain, 4 overs, 17 runs, 2 wickets, Dominic Audain, 5 overs, 27 runs, 2 wickets, and John Prince, 1.2 overs, 6 runs, 1 wicket.
Middlesex 124/4 from 19 overs, Middlesex losing 2 early wickets, Donwell Hector caught wicket keeper for 8 runs off Leon Hyde out swinger, Jacob Emmanuel was clean bowled for 5 runs from an Eric Loftman yorker. Skipper Mark Audain, mixed aggression with sound defense, made a gritty 36 (3 x 6s, 1 x 4), Dominic Audain finished 29 not out, (3 x 4s, 1 x 6), good support came from Joseph Ledwridge with a classy 24 (4 x 4), Treldon McMillan, give good support was 9 not out, Middlesex winning by 6 wickets.