A HAT-TRICK from Reece Miles helped Arrow Valley book their place in the final of the Rose Bowl with a 6-0 victory at Bromsgrove Corinthians.
Rob Voice (2) and Nick Rumbold also netted for Valley who will meet Chaddesley Corbett Reserves.
Belbroughton Athletic are through to the final of the Bromsgrove Charity Junior Cup following their 2-1 win at Red Lion while Hizza United crashed out at the quarter-final stage in the Kidderminster Hospital Cup, suffering a 2-1 defeat at Phoenix.
Bromsgrove League Premier Division leaders Bartley Green Illey Sunday claimed a 1-1 draw at unbeaten Meadow Park.
Ryan Molesworth netted for Park; Jon Myrie for BGIS.
Meanwhile, Black Horse defeated Rubery Athletic 8-0.
Hat-tricks from Sam Wright and Wade Malley fired Bromsgrove Athletico to a 6-3 win over Oak Tree Sporting in Division One.
An own-goal and efforts from Daniel Weston and Lewis Phillips helped Chaddesley Corbett edge past FC Hop Pole 3-2 while unbeaten league leaders Rubery enjoyed a 5-2 victory over Quntion Athletic.
Brogan Halpin (2), Lewis Mcpike, Mason Mansfield and Rob Shaw were on target for Rubery.
Elsewhere, FC Highgate United picked up a 2-1 win at Wychbold RBL thanks to goals from Michael Price and Tom Windsor-Price.
AFC Northfield made it nine consecutive league wins in Division Two after defeating Spa Athletic 4-1.
Ben Dugmore, Luke Dugmore, Scott Taylor and Aaron Westwood got the winning goals.
Lee Bourke lead the way with a hat-trick for Winyates in the 5-2 defeat of Studley Lions.
Ivan Karlo and Dave Phelan also netted for the hosts while Laan David bagged both of Lions’ goals.
Redditch United Sunday were also winners as they picked up a 5-3 victory at Hewell.
Jake Wicketts (2), Leon Hewitt (2) and Ashley Khan got on the Redditch scoresheet.
Division Three leaders Stoke Works cemented top spot with a 3-1 victory over Millfield Rovers Reserves courtesy of goals from Paul Halfpenny (2) and Ben Johnson.
Two goals from Mark Cook and one from Craig O’Brien guided Cofton Old Boys to a 3-1 win at FC Bromsgrove while Meadow Park Youth emphatically beat Stoke Prior 5-0.
Elsewhere, Chaddesley Corbett reserves edged past Rubery Legends 3-2.
Gaz Swain, Ben Mcloughlin and Richard Ash netted for Chaddesley; Luke Parker (2) for Legends.