On Tuesday, the Warwickshire Cricket Foundation welcomed six teams throughout the day, with a spot in the regional finals at stake.

Barrs Hill, King Edward VI Five Ways, Bordesley Green, Starbank, Hall Green, and Bartley were divided into two groups, with the top two teams qualifying for the semi-finals and, ultimately, the final.

The games were played in the ECB’s 100-ball style, which kept the game short and competitive while providing plenty of opportunities for girls to be involved.

After finishing the group stages just before lunch, Hall Green, Bartley Green, Barrs Hill, and King Edward VI Five Ways advanced to the semi-finals.

Clean hitting from Hall Green and King Edward VI Five Ways was too difficult for the opposing teams to handle, resulting in a showdown between the two teams.

King Edward VI Five Ways won the coin toss and decided to bat first, scoring 96 runs for Hall Green to chase with just two wickets lost.

Despite scoring 72 runs in a competitive chase, Hall Green fell short as King Edward VI Five Ways secured a spot in the regional finals on July 8th.

King Edward VI Five Ways will represent Warwickshire Monday 8th July at the U15 Chance to Compete regional finals held at Edgbaston Foundation Sports Ground.