Cam Cricket Club are into the second round of the National Village Cup after victory over Marshfield.

After losing the toss and batting, Cam made 196-8 thanks to an unbeaten 69 from Jake Dolbear.

Marshfield appeared on course for victory on 151-5 with eight overs left but a major collapse, which included two run outs, resulted in them being bowled out for 169.

Cam will travel to Apperley, who beat Whitminster by 189 runs, in the next round.

Elsewhere, Rockhampton beat Chipping Campden by eight wickets.

The Rams comfortably chased the 222 runs needed for victory, with captain Martin Cropper scoring an unbeaten century.

Rockhampton face Corse & Staunton in round two after they beat Kingsholm by seven wickets.

Other round two fixtures, to played on May 9, include Painswick v Oldbury on Severn and Winterbourne v Frocester. All four sides received a first round bye.