Mark Joyce, saw Upottery over the line against Shobrooke Park

HOLDERS Seaton travel to Plymstock today (Sunday) in the only outstanding quarter-final of the Corinthian Cup to be played.

Cullompton were first through to finals days when they saw off Honiton by 108 runs.

South African Kenny Vos flayed the Honiton bowling for a rapid 117 off 50 balls in a total of 235 for seven.

Vos, who clubbed 14 fours and seven sixes, put on 110 for the first wicket with Darren Paul (34), 54 for the second with Brendon Parr (19) and 48 for the third with Jason Parr.

Ian Kelly’s two wickets for five runs in two overs almost certainly stopped Cully racing past 250.

Honiton were all out in reply for 127 with more than four overs to go.

Willy Graham made 42, Andrew Lapping had 24 and next best was a couple of 16s.

Brendon Parr (3-9), Alex Clist (2-11) and Jacob Dienes (2-13) ensured an early finish once Lapping was sixth out.

Barton went through last Sunday by defeating Plymstock. Through, too, are Upottery after they defeated depleted Shobrooke Park by five wickets.

Shobrooke only had nine men for the game and between them they made 130 for six.

Craig James top scored on 45 ad Henry Dare hit 27 on a rare 1stXI appearance.

There were two wickets each for James Mitcham (2-19) and Ryan Pulman (2-24), who managed to bowl a Twenty20 rarity, a maiden.

Opener Matt Broom was the lead batter with 49 off 28 balls to get Upottery to 107 for four.

Rob Tasker (33), who shared a stand of 65 with Broom, was next best.

Skipper Mark Joyce (10no) eased Upottery over the line with more than six overs un-bowled.

Finals day has been booked for North Devon CC on Bank Holiday Sunday (August 26).