THE Gloucestershire finals day of the Vitality U19 Club T20 in association with First Class Comms takes place at Stroud on Sunday.
A busy day gets underway with the semi-finals at 10am when Bedminster will face Cheltenham and Twyford House will meet Bristol YMCA on an adjoining pitch.
The final is scheduled to get underway at around 2pm with presentation ceremonies set for approximately 5pm.
Holders Bishopston, meanwhile, are through to the final of the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Cup for a third successive season after comfortably defeating Bristol by five wickets.
Ross Mclean (71) and Archie Fellowes (49) took Bristol to 145-2 before Cyrus Shafi was introduced into the attack.
The left-arm spinner, who is also a key member of the Gloucestershire under-17s squad, bowled Fellowes and went on to tear his way through the order, finishing with 7-39 from his eight – including the wicket of Mclean – as the visitors were pegged back to 199-9.
Bish were then guided through by Simon George who finished unbeaten on 78 from 71 balls (nine fours and two sixes).
Cheltenham will have home advantage in the final at their Victoria Ground on September 15 (noon).