SKIPPER Tim Dannatt walloped 133 from only 86 balls (19 fours, three sixes) as Corse & Staunton went on to overcome Marshfield by 67 runs in the Gloucestershire Group quarter-finals of The Cricketer National Village Cup.
The day started well for Dannatt who won the toss and then had an afternoon to remember with the bat, totally dominating his side’s 255-8 with Matt Brown (21) the next highest scorer although the Extras column reached 41, including 34 wides.
Jeremy Bond (3-29 from eight) was the pick of the attack for Marshfield who made an encouraging start to their reply through openers Matt Watson (33) and Wayne Pascall (21) before Jack Tyrer (3-22 from five) made his mark.
Captain James Williams (44) tried to stem the tide but his side were eventually dismissed for 188.
Corse will now be away on May 28 to Painswick, who received a walk-over against Old Down.
In the other half of the draw, it will be Rockhampton verses Frampton-on-Severn for a place in the group final.
Frampton were also handed a walkover, by Huntley, while Rockhampton secured a comfortable five-wicket home victory against Kingsholm.
The visitors totalled 150-8 after winning the toss, Guy Brothwood capturing 3-22, before an opening stand of 90 between Matt Tyler (48) and Harry Collins (28) put Rockhampton on their way.
In the Somerset & Avon group, Tyrone Isitt (3-22) and Ian Purchase (85 not) shone for Stapleton who dispatched Wembdon (184) by eight wickets. They will now be away to North Perrott.