Radlett could take a step closer to national glory on Sunday when they face West Indian Cavaliers in the regional final of the Natwest T20 competition.

Victory against the Nottingham based side would secure progress to the televised national finals day.

It will be no easy task though, and Radlett will be wary of a Cavaliers side boasting some exceptionally gifted players.

Former Nottinghamshire man Bilal Shafayat will pose a considerable threat with the bat, while ex-West Indian fast bowler Corey Collymore is sure to test Radlett’s batsmen.

Radlett secured safe passage to the match after wins over Home Counties Premier League champions High Wycombe and North Middlesex.

The victory over big favourites Wycombe was particularly impressive as Fraser Crawford’s unbeaten 95 led them to an 18-run win.

Sunday’s final starts at 1pm at Radlett’s Cobden Hill home ground with the winners progressing to the final, which take place at Derbyshire’s Queen’s Park ground on September 6.

Bramhall, Norden, Frocester, Sandicare Town, Richmondshire and Tunbridge Wells are the other clubs still in contention to reach the showpiece event.