Brooke got the home tie they craved when the draw for the semi-finals of the Carter Cup was made live on Radio Norfolk.
The Norfolk Alliance Premier Division leaders will have a big test on their hands to reach the final, however, with Swardeston standing in their way.
The reigning East Anglian Premier League champions, and current pace-setters, lost to Brooke in a Norfolk Twenty20 match on Thursday but will be strong favourites to progress in the 60 over per side format of the game on Sunday, July 5.
The other semi-final sees two EAPL sides come face to face, with Norwich having home advantage against Vauxhall Mallards. Brooke reached the last four by beating Diss last week, while Swardeston won at Cromer and Norwich and Mallards beat Old Buckenham and Downham respectively.
report courtesy of EDP Cricket.