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Friday, 22 May 2015

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Final awaits either Prudhoe or Hexham

PRUDHOE Town and Hexham Phoenix prepare to battle it out for a place in the cup final.

The Division One rivals are schedueld to go head-to-head in the Tommy Jackson Presidents Cup on Sunday, the victor progressing to the final of the competition.

After beating their rivals to top spot in Division Two, Prudhoe Social Club look to retain fellow promoted side Bardon Mill as they fight it out for a place in the semis of the John Pickworth League Cup.

Also in quarter-finals action is Division One title challengers Haltwhistle Conservatives as they make the trip to Division Two's Dr Syntax Prudhoe.

A return to league action is planned, too, with Division One basement boys Rose and Crown Bellingham looking to improve on their points total of two when they entertain Barrasford.

In Division Two, Haydon Bridge Anchor's pursuit of third spot sees them travel to second bottom Acomb Welfare.

Meanwhile, Warden Boatside, who currently occupy third spot, will welcome bottom club Swinburne Arms Stamfordham as they bid to book a semi-finals date with Bardon Mill in the Division Two KO Cup.

Division One title hopefuls Stocksfield are at home to Division Two side Hexham Hearts in the A Division of the Mick Simmons Trophy, with Ryton and Crawcrook Albion hosting Phoenix Chopwell.