PREMIER Division side Westminster crushed Woodlands' dreams of reaching the George Williamson Memorial Jubilee Challenge Cup final.
Tony Ashton, Stewart Carroll and Lee Cradduck scored as Westminster defeated their Division One opponents 3-0 in Sunday's semi-final.
In an all-Premier battle, Sea Horse ended Castrol Sports' final chances by beating them 3-2 in extra-time. Steve Morgan scored a penalty and Martin Woodward also netted for Castrol, but a Nathan Mapletoft double cancelled them out and Marc Evans also popped up to put Sea Horse in the final.
In the Premier Division, Grace forced Old Wirral Hundred to fight to the wire for their 3-2 victory. Ryan Nicholls scored twice and Ian Hartford completed the scoring for OWH, but two strikes from Scott Rowley ensured a nail-biting finish.
In Division One, Hope Farm Rangers remain in the bottom half after Westminster scraped a 1-0 win thanks to Gary Williams.
Milestone lost more ground to King-kabs in the promotion race as they fell 2-1 to their rivals. Ricky Wellings was on target for Milestone, but Kingkabs' Scott McAllister and Chris Dargon sealed victory.
LPSC played out a thrilling 4-4 draw with promotion hopefuls Sutton Villa. A hat-trick for LPSC's John Webb and a goal by Neil Hewitt were cancelled out by Lee McHugh, Andy Walters, Gary Handley and Mike Hopkins.
Mid-table Bull valiantly tried to bring top side FC Sportsman's down with a Mark Livens brace and a Jamie Livens goal. But the visitors are not top for nothing and strikes from Barry Lloyd, Eric Fogg, Mike Shepherd, Simon Thel-well and Mike Thelwell sealed a 5-3 triumph.