CAM have missed out on promotion after suffering a two-run defeat in a reduced-over match with Cheltenham on Saturday. 

The weather-affected contest meant the game was effectively made a 25-over match and after being put into bat, hosts Cheltenham posted 127/4, which was revised to a 150 score for Cam to chase.

Mohammed Rahman top-scored with 42 whilst opener Mohammed Bokhari and number three Jamie Robinson added 21 each. 

The revised target for the visitors was 151 and Cam set about chasing it down to keep their slim hopes of promotion alive. 

Opener Ryan Malpass scored 39 but they collapsed to 95-7 before the bottom order gave them some late hope. 

Adam Holloway and Alex Atkinson did put on 24 for the ninth wicket and the former reached 18 off 12 balls but it was not enough as they fell just two runs short of the score required in their allotted overs. 

After the defeat to then league leaders Great Rissington the weekend before, it was always going to be a big ask for Cam to finish in the top two and back-to-back losses has now put any chance firmly to bed.

They sit fourth in Division Two of the Gloucestershire County League and have one final game to play, at home to Fairford on Saturday afternoon.