RENFREW have earned a home tie in the last eight of the Scottish Cup.
Skipper Sajid Majeed’s side will play host to Watsonians this Sunday, starting at noon.
They battered their way into the quarter-finals with a convincing Group C victory over Fauldhouse Victoria on Saturday.
’Frew won the game by nine wickets and the two points earned from the victory ensures they progress from the section as group winners.
Fauldhouse Victoria set a meagre total of just 72 runs and Renfrew reached their target score of 73 for the loss of just one wicket.
Highlights for Renfrew were six wickets for Imran Adrees in the Fauldhouse collapse, while Mohammad Ramzan bagged 38 runs in Renfrew’s reply.
Skipper Majeed said: “It’s great that we now have two Renfrewshire teams in the quarter-finals of the Scottish Cup, as Kelburne are in it too.
“We are very pleased with the victory. We knew what we had to do and we carried it out.
“Now we play Watsonians this Sunday, and we’ll obviously be looking for another win.”
Renfrew will be hoping the weather stays dry today as they have a much-postponed Rowan Cup semi-final clash with East Kilbride to play.
It is the ninth time they have tried to stage the game at King George V Playing Fields but, on each occasion, the wet weather has stepped in to wipe it out.
Weather permitting, the match will go ahead tonight at 6.15pm.