THE Division Two Cup semi-finals produced two excellent games that saw Vineyard put in mature performance to see off a battling 10-man Poulton Vics with a 4-0 score line.
Craig Mills netted a brace and Mark Munt and Andy Perry both hit singles to secure their final spot.
Sheridan's claimed their final place against Wallasey, coming from 1-0 down to win 3-1 thanks to second-half efforts from John Davies, Peter Rutter and Danny Kelly cancelling out Chris Friel’s opener.
Yet another league team went through to a Wirral FA Cup final as AM Plant Hire dug deep to seal a 2-0 victory over FC Vaults in the Amateur Cup semi-final as John Walters notched a fine first-half double in an excellent team performance.
Premier Division action saw Millhouse lose for the second week running due to James Harris notching the only goal for Great Float S&S, which saw them leapfrog into second place.
Despite a Tom Farrington goal, Cetco Europe went down 2-1 versus Poulton Royal and Grange Moreton lost 1-4 against Heswall Sunday as Ross Pringle fired a treble and Terry Ainsworth netted a single, with a Lewis Clarke goal being the lone response.
Goals from Sam Hunt (3), Dan Banicale (2) and Steve Chapman gave Liscard Bronze a 6-1 verdict over The Cheese to stay top.
The only game in division One resulted in a 1-1 draw between Rockpark and PLCCFC, Connor Flynn scored for Rockpark.
West Kirby Wasps flew into the Youth Divisions Cup final as they stung Ashville Youth 3-0 thanks to a goal apiece from Jack Ledsham, Tom Johnstone and Tyler Ward.
Christleton Youth strengthened their grip on the Dundee Youth Division title following their 3-0 eclipse of Ashville B in a great game that saw John Crump, Matty Blount and Sion Brisbane score for the league leaders.
Eastham Rangers shared the points with Neston Nomads as they drew 1-1, with Rob Lumm netting for Rangers.
In the Grove Youth Division, Manor Youth moved into pole position after beating AFC Beb Athletic 5-2; an own-goal allied to singles from Jake Adams, Ben McLachlan, Brandon Burns and Alex Hatton did the damage.
Moving into third place were AFC Liverpool due to their 4-2 success away at Upton Town, who led 2-0 with goals from Chris Turk and Joe Murray.
But strikes from Callum Morrison, Alex Northover and Sean Wright, plus an own-goal, gave AFC the points in a great fight back performance against their close rivals.