Courtney Kruger smashed a quick-fire century as Bourne booked their place in the final of the Stamford Charity Cup on Monday night.
They defeated Whittlesey by 182 runs in the semi-final at the Abbey Lawn with opener Kruger leading their charge.
He smashed 13 fours and six sixes in his 109 not out which came off just 58 balls as Bourne raced to 248-2 from 20 overs.
Rob Bentley blasted 12 fours and a six in his 70 while Jack Berry needed just 20 deliveries to finish on 45 not out.
Whittlesey were never in the hunt to chase such a daunting target and they were dismissed for 62 inside 13 overs.
Sam Harby helped himself to 3-10 while Will Gardner claimed 3-35 with Jordan Temple taking two wickets in three deliveries to wrap up the win.
They will face Burghley Park in the final after their convincing nine-wicket win over Barnack.
Javad Ghani top-scored with 46 as Barnack made 153-9 after batting first with Stuart Biggs taking 4-34 for Burghley who needed less than 13 overs to secure the win.
Mark Hodgson hit a dozen boundaries in his 75 not out while Pat Harrington was unbeaten on 66 after a 26-ball innings saw Burghley to victory.
Centuries from Matt Smith and Sudheer Jafar helped propel Ufford Park to a convincing victory in the Rutland League on Sunday.
Smith struck 103 while Jafar was unbeaten on 100 at the close as Ufford made 303-6 in their home Division Two match with Whittlesey.
Zahid Nadeem then produced a superb six-over stint of 3-7 while Mo Shabir claimed 3-41 as Whittlesey were bowled out for 122 in their reply.
Park’s second team were beaten by eight-wicket winners against Adidda in their Division Four East match.
Javad Ghani top-scored with 38 as Ufford were bowled out for 96 which Adidda passed in 17 overs.
Uppingham’s match at City was also completed with the Peterborough side securing a seven-wicket win.
Town had been bowled out for 93 after batting first in the Division One match with City needing just eight overs to ensure victory. Freddy Williamson – who earlier made 21 – took 3-32 for the Rutland side.
Bourne’s Division Three clash with East Carlton at the Abbey Lawn was reduced to 32 overs and the visitors declared on 258-2 after batting first.
Bourne ended their reply on 142-4 in reply with Will Gardner unbeaten on 67 and Harry Leverton making 32.
The remaining matches were all abandoned when rain stopped play.
James Laud had made 105 for Oakham in their home Division Two match with Long Sutton at the Lime Kilns.
Olly Billington (44), Harry Gilman (47) and Ben Southern (33) had also helped the Rutlandside reach 318-8 at the end of their 45 overs.
Southern then struck twice with Devarsh Shah also taking a wicket to leave Long Sutton on 85-3 when the heavens opened.
Uffington openers Felix Cunningham (59no) and John Burton (37no) were in fine form when the wet weather halted their match at home to Newborough with the villagers on 112-0 in pursuit of the visitors’ 332 all out.
The remarkable form of Daniel Hughes continued for Ketton Sports in their abandoned game at Werrington 2nds.
Hughes hit 18 fours and two sixes in an unbeaten 121 as Sports were bowled out for 206 with Werrington 16-2 when rain stopped play.
Barnack’s Division One match at home to Werrington was washed out with visitors on 60-2 in their pursuit of victory.
The league leaders had been bowled out for 184 with Usman Sadiq top-scoring with 68 for Barnack.
Stamford had made 225-9 in their Division Three clash with Castor who were on 92-3 when rain stopped play at Port Lane.
Uffington 2nds were awarded the points after Hampton conceded their clash.
Melton Mowbray conceded their Grantham & Melton Association Division Two tussle with Stamford Town while Market Overton’s match at home to Grantham was abandoned.
Amelie Hull, Callum Hull and Chris Minckley had all taken two wickets to restrict Grantham to 242-7 after batting first with Marko on 22-2 was rain halted proceedings.