Cricketers in today's national Kingfisher Beer Cup third round are eying a place in the last 32 of the ECB national club competition.

Regional third round ties – which are all due to start at 1300 - include St Austell CC at home to Bovey Tracey CC (Wheal Eliza) and Bridgwater CC against Falmouth CC (The Parks) in group 10.

Devon League Premier Division side Bovey beat Saints’ Cornwall Premier League rivals Grampound Road by six wickets at the Recreation Ground last Sunday.

Premier One side Bridgwater beat West of England Premier League Prem Two outfit Glastonbury by two wickets at the Parks to set up today’s tie. Falmouth won by three wickets at Cornwall premier rivals Werrington to progress.

In group nine third round ties, South Wilts’ CC host Bath CC (Salisbury & South Wilts Sports Club, Skew Bridge) while South Wales Premier League leaders Sully Centurions CC are at home to Panteg CC (Burnham Avenue) next Sunday.

In round two South Wilts won by 75 runs at Southern Premier League Division One rivals Bournemouth CC while WEPL Prem One Bath beat Bashley by 80 runs after making 285 at North Parade.

Glamorgan & Monmouthshire Cricket League club Panteg won by 21 runs at Cardiff last Sunday to set up next Sunday's testing tie.

In-form Sully opener Ryan Sylvester was a centurion in the last round, smashing 105 in the 95-run win over Bristol CC at Burnham Avenue two weeks ago.

With holders Shrewsbury CC and last season’s runners up Cambridge Granta CC knocked out there will be a new name on the winners’ trophy this summer

Among the favourites will be 2011 semi-finalists Ealing CC and West Indian Cavaliers CC, both have made it through to today's third round.

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