Premier League leaders Wyberton and Division Two champions Ruskington Rovers will contest the Sharman Burgess Sports Cup final.
Braces from Dan White and Curtis Yeatman saw Wyberton beat Skegness Town Reserves 4-2, in a match which doubled up as a league contest, while Ruskington got the better of top flight Swineshead, 1-0.
In the Taylors Garages Premier Division, goals from Ben Parkinson (pen) and Gavin Bell weren’t enough as Benington lost 4-2 at Pointon.
Fishtoft got back to winning ways with a 2-0 away win at Old Leake, Neil Allen netting both goals.
Billinghay Athletic won 3-0 at Freiston Reserves and, in midweek, Spilsby won 2-1 at Skegness Town Reserves.
Wyberton also had a midweek to remember, hammering Freiston 8-0.
In the Taylors Peugeot Division One, Steve Miles and Danny Hurst hit Coningsby’s goals in their 2-1 home win against
Wyberton Reserves came away from Billinghay Reserves with the points as Daniel Bourne and Guilherme Garcia earned a 2-1 win.
Sam Wright and Scott McKay (pen) helped Wrangle United win 2-0 at Spalding Harriers while Skegness United Resereves beat Wainfleet 2-1 in midweek.
The Taylors Ford Division Two saw Kirton Town Reserves and Fosdyke draw 3-3 in midweek, Matt Howden hitting a hat-trick for the away side.
Fosdyke then beat Fishtoft Reserves 4-0 on Saturday, Matt Howden, Nicky De Vries, Dan Sansam and an own goal completing the rout.
Mareham Reserves held Kirton Town Reserves to a 2-2 draw, thanks to goals from Craig Shepherd and Carl Wilson.
Leverton and Westside played out a 1-1 draw, which was a fair reflection of the match.
Leverton lost both Craig Reeson and Chris Lawson to injury before half time, and it would appear both their seasons have ended prematurely.
The visitors went ahead through Nathan Rippin’s first half penalty before a great free kick from the edge of the box levelled the scores.
Sutterton hit Holbeach Bank for eight on Saturday, the visitors failing to reply.
In the Taylors Ford Division Three, Greg Brown was in red-hot form for Friskney in their 5-2 away win at Tulip and the visitors now look like real promotion candidates.
Brown hit four of his side’s goals while Simon Goy grabbed the other Friskney goal.
The other scheduled fixture at Holbeach Bank Reserves was cancelled owing to a lack of players, so Burgh United were spared the lengthy journey.
The likely outcome will be the award of the three points to Burgh.