It’s BWIP v Twyford House at the Seat Unique Stadium

BRISTOL West Indian Phoenix and Twyford House will face off for the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Cup at the Seat Unique County Ground on Sunday (noon).

Holders Bedminster succumbed to an 84-run semi-final defeat on Monday away to BWIP who continued their fine form this summer with an excellent all-round effort against higher division opponents.

The home side reached 224-7 after losing the toss, Muntasir Nayeem top scoring on 50 with skipper Ashur Morrison (43) and opener Vishal Mamgai (28) also making important contributions as Ben Cunliffe (3-34) along with captain Sai Kamuni and Max Tryfonos (both 2-33) all made their presence felt.

In reply, Bedminster were soon on the back foot at 13-3 and 50-6 as Jack Baber caused havoc with an inspired burst of 4-11 from eight.

And although Kamuni (69) and Bailey Peacock (24) tried to mount a rescue mission, both fell to Morrison (3-10) to seal a comfortable win for BWIP.

They will now take on league rivals Twyford House who trumped Bishopston by 40 runs.

Skipper Parik Shetty (51) and Alex Wilson, whose 43 from 19 included five sixes, helped their side total 198, Lawrence Cook finishing with 6-43 from eight.

Bish, in reply, were always struggling to recover from 39-4, Josh Slade top scoring on 47 against Henry Trotman (3-23), Wilson (2-10) and Vinoth Krishnasamy (2-36).

CHIPPING Sodbury host Knowle on Sunday (noon) in the Bristol T20 Midweek League play-off. Sodbury won Premier Division East while Knowle topped the West division.

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