FROCESTER will have home advantage on Sunday (noon) when they lock horns with Bishopston in the final of the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Cup.
Bishopston booked their place with a six-wicket victory away to Cheltenham who the day before secured a prized place in Premier One of the West of England Premier League.
Cheltenham, who won the toss, reached 228-6 from their 45 overs thanks mainly to Henry Findlay-Wilson (100) and Josh Breed (33).
In reply, Bishopston reached their target with seven overs to spare, Jack Penn contributing a century while there was also 48 from Gloucestershire Under-17s all-rounder Daaryoush Ahmed. Frocester earlier qualified with a semi-final success away to Knowle.
The Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Trophy final, meanwhile, will also take place on Sunday (noon) with Langford meeting Gloucester AIW Sports at Rockhampton.
Langford emerged 101 runs victors over Great Rissington, opener Jeremy Kirby paving the way with 126 off 101 balls (20 fours, two sixes) while there was also a haul of 5-30 from Matt Bicker.
Sports, meanwhile, were six-wicket victors at Westbury-on-Severn who were bowled out for 214, Charlie Gayther hitting 51 as Haroon Shahzad claimed 4-33 from eight.
Opener Abubaker Siddiq Saleh (68) and Shahzad (44) then put Sports on their way with Uzair Bhaiyat adding an unbeaten 67 in a comfortable win.