A 100 teams started the journey to The Cooper Associates County Ground and now only 6 teams remain battling it out for glory at Finals Day on Sunday 8th August.

Minor Cup

The Minor Cup sees Wiveliscombe take on Kilmington & Stourton at 10am.

Wiveliscombe have beaten Fitzhead Crusaders, Bishops Hull, Bagborough and Street on route to the final and have the competitions leading run scorer in George Sinnott

Kilmington & Stourton saw off the challenge of Temple Cloud 2nds, Bath 4ths, Cranmore and Weston-super-Mare 3rds.

Both sides have never won this competition so there will be a new name on the trophy.

Major Cup

In the Major Cup start around 1pm, Bedminster will play Taunton St Andrews.

Bedminster have beaten Weston-super-Mare, Clevedon before securing an 8 run win vs Lansdown in the semi finals to secure a trip to Taunton.

Taunton St Andrews defeated Taunton Deane 2nds before beating Bridgwater thanks to an amazing 139 from Louis Kraucamp then seeing off Ilminster in

Intermediate Cup

Monmouth Scientific League Premier Division sides North Petherton and Winscombe go head to head in the Intermediate Cup starting at 4pm.

North Petherton have seen off Wembdon 2s, Trull, Bridgwater 3s and Ilminster 2s to reach The Cooper Associates County Ground.

Winscombe on route beat Cleeve, Backwell Flax Bourton, Weston-super-Mare 2s and Beckington.

Important Info for Spectators

We are extremely grateful to Somerset County Cricket Club for enabling the Finals to take place at The Cooper Associates County Ground but due to the ground regulations and the Track & Trace requirements on Sports Stadia anyone attending must purchase a free e-ticket and sit in their allocated seat.

Tickets can be claimed using this link: https://ticketing.somersetcountycc.co.uk/Online/seatSelect.asp?BOset::WSmap::seatmap::performance_ids=F14350A7-89E7-4738-A628-FAFD8E76D187

Please note the alcohol restrictions in the Ondaatje Stand will be lifted for Finals Day.

Tickets can also be claimed on the St James Street Entrance on the day but we strongly recommend that this is done in advance to avoid delays.

Spectators must comply with the Spectator Code of Conduct . This is in addition to the Club’s Ground Regulations.

Parking in the ground is free but it is limited parking and on first come first serve basis in the St James Street Car Park.and all vehicles are parked at their own risk.

Refreshments are available on the ground from the start of the day either from the Stragglers Coffee House or the Bradley’s Bar Kiosk situated at the bottom of Somerset Pavilion walkway will also be available during the course of the first match.

Please be aware that The Cooper Associates County Ground is a Cashless venue