Sky Bet battled through to book their place in the Luty Cup final, knocking out underdogs South Leeds Independent Sunday 2-1, writes LAWRENCE CONTRERAS.
A Mark Waterhouse brace inspired his side to overcome a brave performance from the Division Three side, who scored through a Jacob Booth penalty.
The winners now face either New White Hart or Whitkirk Wanderers Sunday in the final.
In the Division Two Pendas Arms sent out a statement of intent to their title rivals, after thrashing Gardeners Arms XI 5-1.
Dave Turner bagged a brace for the league leaders while Jay Blasket, Adam McShane, Ryan Nelson also netted.
Whitkirk Wanderers Sunday bounced back from last weeks defeat with a solid 2-0 win away to Commercial.
Dave Manson got both the goals as Whitkirk look to make a push for promotion, and possibly the title.
New White Hart went down at home to West Leeds Whites 4-2.
Strikes from Anthony Robertson and Stuart Phillips were in vein as West Leeds scored through Mark Temple-Baker, Simon McGreavey, Steve Hancock and Ben Mclean.
Leodis United all-but cemented a fourth-place finish in Division Three after a convincing 5-2 win at Bedford Arms Wakefield.
Jordan Mudd inspired United with a superb hat-trick, complemented by strikes from Ryan Holmes and Ash Hoddell. Danny Williams and Ray Sweeney scored consolation goals for Bedford.
Royal Park almost snatched a point from champions Seacroft Green Sunday, going down 3-2.
Gary Crossley scored two penalties and another in open play to give his side the perfect end to a almost perfect season, dropping just two points all campaign.