NIC Halstead Cleak powered his way to an unbeaten 141 off 140 balls for Bristol who overcame holders Golden Hill by 62 runs to reach the quarter-finals of the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Cup.
The opener hit 12 boundaries in an innings that dominated Bristol’s challenge of 244-5, Mitch Renwick adding 34, as spinner Dan Broome claimed 2-65.
In reply, Golden Hill lost wicket at regular intervals, Simon Hygate top scoring on 37 as Louie Shaw continued his run of form with a haul of 3-32.
Bristol’s reward is a local derby away to Bedminster on Sunday when Charlton Kings will host Bishopston and Gloucester entertain Hatherley & Reddings.
The remaining quarter-final, between Tewkesbury and Stroud, is scheduled for June 26.
Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Trophy draw: Bedminster II v Golden Hill II, Bohemians v Kingsholm, Bream v Cam, Chipping Sodbury v Lydney, Frenchay v Bristol West Indian Phoenix, Hawkesbury Upton v Bristol Pakistanis, Langford v Gloucester AIW, Westbury-on-Severn v Stapleton. Matches to be played June 26.
DUMBLETON cruised into the last 32 of the Voneus Village Cup with a ten-wicket home hammering of Hagley.
Ross Martin led the charge with a return of 4-29 from seven as the visitors were rushed out for 143, Jamie Diamond also taking 2-15.
Dan Holland (68 from 51) and Martin (70 from 44) then needed less than 16 overs to book a trip to Weekly & Warkton of Northamptonshire on Sunday when Corse & Staunton face a long trip to Grampound Road, of Truro.