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WEATHER permitting, plenty of cricket is scheduled for Sunday in a number of different competitions.

Bishopston will make a second attempt at beginning their defence of the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Cup when they entertain Bedminster (1.30pm) in an opening round clash already put back once by wet weather. Cheltenham are also due to host Stroud.

There are six first round ties planned in the Stuart Canvas Gloucestershire Trophy with Bibury home to Charlton Kings, Kingsholm welcoming Chipping Sodbury and Oaksey travelling to Langford.

The other three ties are Lydney v Bohemians, Painswick v Hawkesbury Upton and Ruardean Hill v Alveston.

Also on Sunday, it’s the second round of West of England Premier League (WEPL) competition to produce a qualifier for the last 32 of the ECB’s Vitality Club T20 (10.30am).

Four more triangulars are due to take place, including Bristol welcoming Frenchay and Winterbourne in Group Three while Biddestone is the venue for Group Four clashes with Cheltenham and Potterne.

Bristol, meanwhile, must rearrange their group semi-final in the Royal London Club Championship after rain prevented a result last weekend at home to Swansea.

Bristol were 182-5 when the weather closed in. The winners of this tie will face Bath who overcame Potterne.

Frocester, meanwhile, defeated the weather and Corse & Staunton last weekend to reach the last 32 of The Cricketer Village Cup.

Victory by 133 runs secured a trip on June 23 to Ynystawe who overcame Miskin Manor in the Glamorgan and Gwent play-off.

 

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