Lealholm made it into the final of the Scarborough Harbour Cup when they defeated Filey Town 2-1.
The home side edged the first half and took the lead on 18 minutes when Duncan Marson scored a fine solo goal, while the visitors were restricted to long -range efforts.
The second half saw the visitors come more into the game.
They showed their fitness as the game progressed and they were rewarded with an equaliser with 20 minutes to go following a good passing move.
The last 10 minutes saw Lealholm get back into the game and following a long-range effort from Marson that was tipped over the bar, the winning goal came from Lealholm with five minutes remaining.
Marson and Leeman harassed the defence and the ball fell for Marson to fire his team into the final.
Lingdale United made it into their second domestic cup final as they defeated Great Ayton in the UPVC Suppliers Knockout Cup.
Kirk and Sayers put the home side in front in the first half before Kirk, with his second, and Skelton put the home side in control.
Although Great Ayton pulled a goal back, it was the home side who wait for this week’s other semi-final to find out who their opponents will be.
In the Whitby Benevolent Trophy, Loftus entertained Dormanstown and despite the home side taking the lead through Jemson, two goals from Warrior and Harding gave the visitors victory.
Brotton entertained Hinderwell and two Ovington goals put them in front before Harland pulled a goal back with an excellent free-kick.
Agar and Ovington, with his hat-trick, put Brotton in control but a penalty from Harland and a goal from Marsay put Hinderwell back into the game until Rigg sealed the game for Brotton.