Bristol Pakistanis through in Stuart Canvas Glo’shire Trophy

SHAHWAIZ Hussan (80 not) and opener Malik Haroon (58) top scored for Bristol Pakistanis who eased past Hawkesbury Upton by 135 runs in the second round of the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Trophy.

Fletcher May and Gavin Bailey bagged three wickets apiece for hosts Hawkesbury as their visitors  reached 268-7. Hawkesbury were in the game at 95-1 but folded to 133 all out, Choudhry Mohsin Asif finishing with 3-7.

Bristol Pakistanis will now be home to Chipping Sodbury who edged Lydney by 39 runs, Jiwanjot Singh (73) and Adam Febry (51) among the runs before spinner Dan Brown claimed 4-21.

Andy Edwards (50 not) and Matt Cayless (49) paved the way for Kingsholm to dispatch Bohemians by 77 runs, Luke Bond finishing with five wickets. Their reward is a home last eight tie against Bedminster 2nds who overcame their Golden Hill counterparts by 42 runs.

Adarsh Appannagari (3-31) saw Frenchay to a 65-run home success against Bristol West Indian Phoenix after Praful Waghela (68) and Mike Donaldson (52) had earlier shared an opening stand of 102. Frenchay now host Cam who had a walkover against Bream.

There are two more matches on Sunday with Langford home to Gloucester AIW Sports and Westbury-on-Severn entertaining Stapleton.

BRISTOL are through to WEPL’s T20 finals day after defeating hosts Taunton St Andrews and then Clevedon in a second round triangular.

New Zealander Mitch Renwick top scored on 51 and Rob Jones claimed 4-24 from four in the 27-run success against Saints while Renwick then blitzed an unbeaten 72 from 49 in the 122-run triumph against Clevedon, Jones following up with 3-17.

Stroud and Bath have also booked their places in finals day on July 17 with Bishopston hosting the final triangular on Sunday against Bridgwater and Taunton Deane (10.30am on).

DUMBLETON are home on Sunday (1pm) to Milford Hall, of Staffordshire, in the last 16 of the Voneus Village Cup.

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