Great & Little Tew skipper Andy Harris is hoping his side can turn the tables on Home Counties rivals Dinton in Sunday’s Davidstow Village Cup semi-final.

Last time the sides met, Tew lost by three wickets and Harris is keen to make amends as they battle for a place in the final at Lord’s on Sunday, September 7.

Harris says they want to use their Division 2 win at Falkland to spur them on, but knows it will be tough.

“It was a good team performance and we played the way I know we can,” said Harris.

“We know what a good side Dinton are, but hopefully, we can turn the tables on them.

“Before that, we’ve got Horspath on Saturday.

The winners face Woodhouse Grange (Yorkshire) or Milford Hall (Staffordshire).