STANDARD Security Blyth and Wansbeck Sunday League side Burradon and New Fordley won the right to meet the winners from the Cramlington Sunday League after they beat Ashington Mortimer 4-1 in the cup.
In a hard fought game, Mortimer could not match the firepower of the Burradon side.
Goals for Burradon came from Kieron Parson, Graham Cairns, Steve Howes and Ian Lee.
In the premier division, Blyth Comrades won a close game by the odd goal in three at home against Milbourne Arms Holywell.
Tony Coxon was on target for Milbourne.
Newbiggin had a man in form in their 4-2 win over Whitley Bay Cibos.
Ashley Smyth scored a hat-trick with Tony Messenger getting the other. Goals for the Cibos came from Elliott Evans and Chris Reed.
North Shields Gunner are finding the going tough in the higher division.
They went down at home to Whitley Bay Seahorse United 4-1.
Aaron Langlands was on target for Gunner while David Kerr led the scoring for SEahorse with two, Andrew Doig and Dean Clay completed the scoring.
Division one saw Cowpen Percy Arms and High Street play out a 1-1 draw.
In the Ashington derby between Grand and White House, the former found their opponents in no mood to surrender and it took a single strike from Graham Todd to settle it.
Blyth Seahorse beat New Delaval and Newsham 4-1.
Monkseaton Arms beat Blyth Masons Arms 4-2 with Mark Allen, Marc Nicholson (2) and James Thompson on target.
Marden Residents had Michael Wedderburn on target but they lost 4-1 at Bedlington Community.
West Allotment just failed to hang on to a point when they went down 2-1 at home against, Ashington Grand Street.
Kevin Davison scored for Allotment while Michael Richards took the plaudits.