Hazlerigg Victory moved into the final of the Tyneside Amateur League John Hampson Memorial Trophy after a 5-1 win over West Jesmond.
Sean Butler, Richard Coulson and Stephen Henton were on target for Victory, while Dean Gallagher scored twice but was also sent off.
Rigg will meet Newcastle Medicals in the final.
Both of the Gosforth Bohemian sides lost their Neville Cowey Cup quarter-final ties.
The A team went down 2-1 at home to Lindisfarne Custom Planet, with JP Bradley’s goal for Bohs cancelled out by Nigel Morris and Steven Hart. Lindisfarne will meet Newcastle East End in the semi-final.
Bohemians Reserves meanwhile established a 2-0 lead by half-time away to Stobswood Welfare, with Nick Chance and Pete Hall on target.
However, John Spears and Nick Jewitt scored in the second half to force extra time, with Jacob Baker winning it for Stobswood in the additional 30 minutes.
Welfare face the winner of next month’s tie between Ryton Reserves and Walker Central Reserves.
In division one, meanwhile, Walker Central Reserves kept alive their title chances with a 4-0 win at North Shields Athletic Reserves. Assistant manager Steven Vickers bagged a brace with Paul Bell and Mark McDonnell joining him on the scoresheet.
Tynemouth rounded off their inaugural campaign in the league with a 2-2 draw with Newcastle East End, with Stuart Mole and Dale Walton scoring their goals.
The league require a new secretary for next season. Anyone who may be interested in the role can contact current secretary Brad Malcolm at email@example.com