GUEST club Burythorpe have made it to the Countess of Feversham Cup final, where they will meet Lockton, who could be poised for a great finish to term.

This final comes in the wake of Feversham League side Lockton's Supplementary Cup final win over Slingsby, which also secured a place in the league's top-four play-offs.

The 20-over contest between Burythorpe and Lockton is set to take place at Slingsby's ground on Sunday, September 15 (2pm).

Burythorpe made a successful journey to Rosedale Abbey in the semi-final, coming away with a comfortable nine-wicket victory.

For once, Rosedale Abbey's batting line-up failed to click into top gear, and they were dismissed for an under-par 81. Just three players made it into double figures - James Magson (21), Neil Adams (14) and James Bulmer (13).

T Sercombe (4-10) proved particularly difficult for Rosedale Abbey to handle, and there was no respite either from D Davies (2-22) and O Pimlott (2-8).

Burythorpe's Z Keune (43 not out) and J Bolam (32no) then proceeded to give a batting masterclass, scoring at a rate of more than nine an over to comfortably reach the target in just nine overs.

Lockton made it through a much closer final-four match-up against another guest club, Habton.

A splendid undefeated innings of 88 by Dan Hardey proved the stand-out performance for Lockton, with an astonishing 68.7% of the 128-3 final total.

Habton made a good fist of reaching the difficult target but - despite knocks from Dan Walker (28) and Liam Allanby (27), they fell 23 runs short.