Keilor is the first team through to the Victorian Turf Cricket Association T20 semi finals, with its undefeated run continuing.

The Blues, who are playing in the group one of the quarter finals, won their second game of the round on Tuesday night against Footscray United.

United were bowled out for 101 with one ball remaining, with Charith Perera top scoring with 33.

The Blues shared the wickets around, with four players taking two wickets.

Keilor had little trouble getting the runs, finishing 3-105 with just over three overs remaining.

Daniel Stravis made an unbeaten 50 in the win.

The result means the Blues, who made the semi finals last year, sit on four points, with both Footscray United and Williamstown Imperials without any points.

Those two teams face each other in the remaining match of the group next Tuesday.

In group two, top spot will be decided in the final match between Sunshine United and Point Cook.

The two teams both sit on two points. Point Cook won its match on Tuesday night without bowling a ball, with Royal Park-Brunswick forfeiting. 

In group three, division 5 side Sunbury upset senior division team Yarraville Club on Tuesday night.

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Sunbury’s Jason McGann. Picture Shawn Smits.

It was below strength Yarraville Club that made 6-164 from its overs with Keshav Pant top scoring with 34.

Murphy Boyd took two wickets for Sunbury.

Sunbury timed the run chase to perfection, winning with three balls remaining.

The Roar finished with 3-165.

Jason McGann, who moved up the order for his normal position, made 57 coming in at number three.

The innings included four fours and three sixes.

Sunbury sits percentage behind West Coburg, which had a bye. West Coburg and Yarraville face each other in the final match of the group.

In group four, Doutta Stars beat Gellibrand. 

The Stars made 8-138 before restricting Gellibrand to 9-130.

It was Doutta Stars first win of the round.