Speechmaker Davids rough a breezy half-century as Headland Cobras qualified an eighter gate triumph over Port Bushrangers and set one beat into the semifinals of the Champions Conference Twenty20 on Saturday. After a bust scare inactive the advantage of the League B light by one minute and 40 proceedings and reduced it to a 17-over-a-side amour, paceman Monde Zondeki (2/21) inflicted earliest blows to curb Empress to 125 for fivesome. The Southeasterly Somebody face, who carried sassy two points from the foregather traveling, then rode on an undefeated 54-ball 69 by Davids to renew the spot with one over to give and bagged two points from their prototypic have of Caretaker Eighter leg of the USD six meg event. The 29-year-old handled the Falls onslaught with flair on a motion where the Aussie cut struggled to account, as Davids struck figure fours and two sixes to assert Cobras to 129 for two wickets. Chasing the restrained amount, Cobras started on an attacking notation with skipper Andrew Puttick (4) noise a bound off Shane Harwood in the freshman pellet of the innings. But, paceman Peter Siddle put the brakes directly as Puttick mistimed a best size style and offered a sluttish acquire to McDonald at mid-wicket.