IN front of a large holiday crowd, The Queens Tower claimed the Magee Cup in a very entertaining game versus Old Market.
Although the scoreline was blank at the interval, mainly due to Dave Aston in the Market's goal, this soon changed in the second period as Queens' striker Jamie Locke went up a gear to notch a fine hat-trick and efforts from John Skeggs and Dave Rudge gave a final score of 5-0 to Queens.
The semi-finals of the Capitol Cup saw St Josephs defeat the newly-crowned Premier Division champions Poulton Royal 2-0, as Barry Dobson and Byron Roberts netted the winning strikes in a no-holds-barred contest.
They now meet Queens Nelson, who beat The Plough 4-1, thanks to Andy Tunstall, Andy Forsythe, Paul McDermott and an own goal providing the important strikes.
The final takes place at Newton FC on Tuesday, April 20, with a 6.30pm kick-off.
Division One action saw Telegraph continue their rise up the table with a 6-2 defeat of Pharmapac, thanks to Joe Curran (3), John Dutton (2), and Danny Westcott, registering excel-lent goals.
A goal apiece from Rob Kavanagh, Rob Gerrard and James Walters gave Towers Liscard a 3-2 success over Windsor and secure their divisional status.
Black Horse ensured they can finish no lower than second in Division Two following their emphatic 12-1 destruction of Blu FC, as Mally Mawdsley and Stuart Speed both scored four times, and Mike Cullen and Paul Stevenson both hit doubles in a great team effort.
Greenleas Celtic require one point from their final fixture to capture the Youth Division title due to their hard-earned 3-2 win over Ellesmere Port.
Newton Athletic moved into third place after beating CP Villa.
The Dutchman Cup Final is tonight at Newton FC, with a 6.30pm kick-off, between Grange FC and Irby FC.
RESULTS Magee Cup final: Old Market 0 The Queens Tower 5. Capitol Cup semi-finals: St Josephs 2 Poulton Royal 0; Queens Nelson 4 The Plough 1.
Division One: Pharmapac 2 Telegraph 6; Towers Liscardd 3 Windsor 2.
Division Two: Blu FC 1 Black Horse 12; Wirral Nomads 4 Wallasey Royal 3.
Youth Division: Greenleas Celtic 2 Ellesmere Port 2; Newton Athletic 2 CP Villa 0.