THERE were wild scenes of celebration as Bardon Mill Bowes Lyons booked a date at the Northumberland Wembley.

The Mill booked a first appearance in the Northumberland FA Sunday Cup final by eliminating Bedlington Social Club, the team who knocked them out of the same competition in the quarter-finals the previous season.

Two goals from Dan Kirkup and one from Thomas Wilkie inflicted the damage during the 3-1 victory, while Mark Robson again inspired during a man of the match performance.

Wylam Black Bull defeated Ryton on penalties to make the final four of the Division Two KO Cup.

Jordan Phillips sent home two spot kicks in normal time as the teams were tied 2-2, with Ryton’s goals coming from debutant Joe Robinson and Taylor Havery. Teo Birsan was named Wylam’s star man, with Jordan Watson picking up Ryton’s award.

Will Forsyth scored twice and Liam Anderson and Jack Darcy once each as Wark, best served by Jake Thompson, booked a semi-finals date with Crawcrook Social Club. They disposed of Crawcrook Rising Sun 4-1, with Connor Collins replying and David Wright starring for Sun.

Hat-tricks from Ste Forster and Matty Robinson saw Prudhoe Town thump Division One rivals Haltwhistle Railway 7-1 in the Presidents Cup. Danny Driver got the other goal and Adam Bell was named man of the match. Jack Barker replied from the spot for Halty, while Aaron Davidson impressed.

Man of the match Luke Parkinson scored two and he was joined on the scoresheet by Lewis Loughhead, Calum Armstrong, Kurtis Harvey and Jay Train as Hexham Phoenix defeated Division Two side Ponteland Cairn Group Hotel.

Three points were earned by Riding Mill in Division One as goals from Dale Graham, Dean Barnard, Dale Dodds and Rikki Kent saw them to a 4-0 victory over Crawcrook Fox and Hounds. Owen Graham was named man of the match.

Dan Ramshaw, Will Hedley and Connor Ballantyne hit the back of the net for Heddon St Andrew’s, best served by Chris Ross, in their 3-0 victory over Mickley Social Club.

Division Two leaders Crawcrook Social Club dropped crucial points as they were held to a 1-1 draw at Hexhamshire. Jack Henderson netted and Scott Robinson starred for the league leaders, but Shire, inspired by man of the match Turnbull, secured a point through a Robbie Pattison strike.

A hat-trick from Aaron Hardy ensured Haydon Bridge United remain in the hunt at the top of the table. His treble for the third placed side saw them defeat Hexham Hearts 4-1, with striking partner Kieran Robley also on target. Hal Hodkinson was man of the match.

Marc Nixon and Neil McDonald helped themselves to braces as Barrasford defeated Stamfordham United 5-1. Hamish Forsyth maintained his scoring form in front of goal by scoring the other, while Robert Olvier was named star man for the second game running. For Stamfordham, Charlie Ormond netted and Jordan Allin impressed.