The Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) has committed to hosting over twenty cricket tournaments in 2018. Thus it will, over the course of this weekend, be hosting the semifinals of the Elizabeth Styles Under-21 Cricket Tournament.During this week alone, the BCB has hosted the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club Patron’s Fund 10/10 First Division; Upper Corentyne Magic Moments 20/20, and the New York Business Group Under-19 tournaments.Albion will play Young Warriors in a playoff match at the Rose Hall, Canje Ground on Saturday, with the winner going on to play Blairmont Community Centre in the semifinals on Sunday at the Albion Ground. Albion is spearheaded by Kelvin Umroa, Karran Arjpaul, Ritesh Umroa, Antonia February, Joshua Harrichand and Ramesh Kassinauth.Young Warriors are led by national player Alex Algoo, Trevon Stanislaus, Gevon Schultz, Ricardo Ramdehol, Jerron France and Junior Doraway.Blairmont, which recently defeated Albion at the Under-19 level, is headed by Nigel Deodat, Seon Glasgow, Marvin Prashad and Javed Karim.Tucber Park will depend heavily on Brandon Corlette, Garfield Benjamin, Malcolm Mickle, Leon Swammy and Steve Deonarine to create an upset against powerhouse Rose Hall Town, which include numerous Berbice and Guyana players, among whom are Sylus Tyndall, Kevin Sinclair, Junior Sinclair, Kevlon Anderson, Keith Simpson, Mahendra Gopilall, Chanderpaul Govindan, Jonathan Rampersaud and Jeremy Sandia.The final is scheduled for next weekend at a venue to be decided by the Board.The vibrant Berbice Cricket Board has already completed the finals of the 2018 Under-15 finals, while finals for Under-17 and Under-19 levels will be played shortly. The tournament is being sponsored by Elizabeth Styles of the United States of America. The Cosmetics brand is very popular in Guyana, with Bissan Trading being one of its distributors locally.