STUDLEY Lions and Redditch United Sunday will contest the Bromsgrove & District League Centenary Cup final after progressing through their last four ties.
Studley had a more comfortable affair agaisnt Spa Athletic as two goals from Nick Briggs and one from Tommy Blewett along with an own-goal secured the win for the visitors.
Meanwhile, strikes from Jack O’Donnel and Tory Herbett fired Redditch to a 2-1 victory at AFC Northfield.
Playing just their third league game of the season, Meadow Park beat Premier Division leaders Millfield Rovers 2-1.
Lewis Marston and Liam Molesworth with the goals for Park.
Black Horse enjoyed a 3-0 victory over Pilkington Sunday who had been reduced to nine men while goals from Colin Tandy and Connor Collins guided Bartley Green Illey Sunday to a 2-0 win at Belbroughton Athletic.
Division One leaders Rubery extended their unbeaten league season to 11 games with a 4-2 victory over Chaddesley Corbett thanks to Jake Smith’s brace and singles from Brogan Halpin and Paddy Behan.
Ryan Moore and Paul Lofthouse were on target for Chaddesley.
Braces from Keil Sumnall and Matt Carter fired Quinton Athletic to a 5-0 home win against Wychbold RBL.
Anton Gardner-Bennett also netted.
Elsewhere, FC Highgate United defeated FC Hop Pole 4-1.
Ben Markall (2), Steven Cumberton and Kyle Morrison netted for United.
There’s no catching Division Two leaders Sporting Club Redditch as they made it 11 wins out of 11 after trouncing mid-table Winyates 5-1.
Brett Skinner’s brace led the way with one each for an own goal, Dan Sill and James Cope.
Callowbrook Swifts Green were the biggest scorers of the day as they cruised to a 6-2 victory at HMP Hewell while Hizza United enjoyed home comforts as they beat Awkies Allstars 4-0.
Ashley Parker (2), Harry Nicholls and Scott Young did the damage for United.
Division Three leaders Stoke Works lost their 100 per cent record at the hands of third placed Rubery Legends as they suffered a 3-2 reverse.
Jahmel Trevis, Lee Farrell and Adam Doupe were on target for Legends; Paul Badger and Lee Smith for Works.
In another five-goal thriller, Cofton Old Boys won by a similar scoreline against Arrow Valley while Chaddesley Corbett Reserves beat basement side Stoke Prior 4-1 with the help of four different goalscorers.
Gaz Swain, Forde Mackenzie, Ben Mcloughlin and Dan White got on the scoresheet in the win.
Two goals from Nick Baker and one from Gary Morgan guided Bromsgrove Academicals to a 3-0 win at Millfield Rovers Reserves.
Elsewhere, the other game of the day saw Bromsgrove Corinthians and FC Bromsgrove share the spoils in a 1-1 draw.