BAY ATHLETIC and Uppermill will fight it out for the Hoyle Cup.

Both sides won through to the Works League knockout final at the Galpharm Stadium on May 6 but in contrasting styles.

Bay, who have won the league’s Division II title, defeated Uppermill’s second string at Barr Street 2-0.

Bay’s goals came from Mowat and McLaughlin.

But Uppermill were given a real fright by Moldgreen at Syngenta.

Their semi-final ended in a 3-3 draw after extra-time and Uppermill went through 4-3 after a tense penalty shoot-out.

It was a good game from two committed sides but Division I Uppermill had the edge, despite their hard run-in to the season with a backlog of games.

It will mean a new name on the trophy as neither side have won the Hoyle Cup in its 75-year history.

In the league, Berry Brow and Walpole fought out a commendable 2-2 draw on a muddy pitch at Farnley Tyas.

It proved to be a good, competitive game and the draw was a fair result.