ASTON Rowant continue their Barbados bid when they host Reigate Priory in Sunday’s Club Conference Cup semi-final (1.30).
The winners of the competition, now known as the Barbados & Smile Group Travel Cup, will represent the conference in a tournament in the Caribbean.
Should Rowant win the 45-over contest, they will play either Blackheath, Bromley or Sunbury in the final at a neutral venue on Bank Holiday Monday, August 25.
But batsman Chris Watling said: “We are not geting carried away, we are taking it game by game.
“It’s a good competition. It’s not as big as the national knockout, but it has a great prize.”
Watling, Tim Morgan and Gordon Harris are added to Saturday’s league squad, but Chris Leaney drops out.
Aston Rowant: Morrick (capt), Ferraby, J Smith, Cook, Hammond, Bethell, Penhale, Muttitt, Reid, Kazmi, Watling, Morgan, Harris.
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