By Tara Murray
The first of the quarter finalists in the Victorian Turf Cricket Association T20 competition have been decided.
Keilor came through the Ponsford group undefeated to qualify for the next round of the competition, beating Greenvale Kangaroos.
The Kangaroos made 6-112 that Keilor made in the 17th over, finishing 3-113.
Aaron Shellie top scored with 58, having earlier taken two wickets.
The other third round match in that group, between Craigieburn and Westmeadows will be played next week. Neither side can overtake Keilor.
Three teams finished equal on points in the Bradman group.
Seddon, Druids and Sunshine United all finished with two wins, after Sunshine United and Seddon recorded wins on Tuesday night.
Sunshine United had the better percentage of the three sides to finish on top and move through to the next round.
Spotswood finished top of the Woodfull group, with a win against Deer Park.
The two sides entered the match undefeated and it was Spotswood that got the upper hand.
Deer Park made 8-133 from its overs, before Spotswood hit the winning runs with a ball to spare.
Spotswood finished 4-137.
Sunshine Heights is another side to go through the group stage undefeated, beating Sunshine in the Chappell group on Tuesday night.
Heights never looked in trouble, at they made 3-101 in reply to Sunshine’s 8-95.
Point Cook defeated Altona Roosters in the other Chappell group match.
Wyndham Vale sealed top spot of the Morris group and a spot in the next round.. Wyndham Vale defeated Caroline Springs on Tuesday night, to record their second win of the competition.
Melton South Royals, which defeated Sydenham-Hillside, also finished with two wins, but Wyndhamvale had a better percentage.
Footscray ANA has got through to the quarter final stage of the competition, after topping the Taylor group.
ANA along with Williamstown Congs entered the final round of the round robin matches equal on points, but had contrasting results.
ANA defeated St Andrews easily, finshing 4-105 in reply to St Andrews 6-103, while Willy Congs lost to Gellibrand.
The Congs were bowled out for 81, with Gellibrand making the runs in the final over.
Keilor Park snuck through to the next round, just ahead of Tullamarine in the Lawry group.
Both teams finished equal on two wins, but Keilor Park had the better percentage.
On Tuesday night they both had wins, with Keilor Park beating St Albans and Tullamarine beating Airport West St Christophers.
Doutta Stars finished on top of the Simpson group, while the top team in the Waugh group is still to be decided with St Andrews Pascoe Vale and Royal Park/Brunswick still to play their game.
Maribyrnong Park will finish on top of the Hassett group and Pascoe Vale Hadfield was undefeated in the Border in the group.