THE final four teams to contest the Huddersfield Sunday League Rollinson Cup has been decided.

Marsh Lib, who claimed a 4-1 win at Gas Club, will face Team Forward in the semi-finals.

And, following their 7-1 success at Wellington, Heywood Irish Centre will take on Cricketers Arms.

In their inter-divisional cup tie, Marsh Lib never had to move into top gear against Gas Club with their goalkeeper virtually being a spectator.

Marsh took the lead in the first minute through Dale Joy who jumped unmarked to convert a header.

The visitors extended their lead before half-time with a James Battye goal. And Kuldeep Kaler scored to give Marsh a 3-0 advantage shortly after the re-start.

Kaler, inspired by his earlier goal, grabbed a second later in the second period with Matt Newcombe snatching a consolation for Gas Club.

Heywood Irish Centre dominated their tie against Division II side Wellington.

Ashley Flynn with a hat-trick, Darren Henigham (2), Nick Jaggar and John Paul Flynn were all on target for Heywood. Anthony Haigh grabbed Wellington’s consolation.

Both semi-finals will take place at Leeds Road Playing Fields on Sunday, March 11 (11.00).

Elsewhere, in Division I Team Forward fell to a heavy 9-2 defeat against Walkers Arms.

Walkers amassed four of their goals in the first 15 minutes.

Their goals came from Dickinson, Metcalfe (4), Ollerenshaw (3) and Biggs.

GNG Sikh Temple, who boast a nine-point lead at the top of Division I, also grabbed a convincing win – running out 10-2 winners at Walpole Community.

A Kitson Gayle hat-trick contributed to the huge win.

In Division II, league leaders Helion FC scored seven at Honley Socialist.

Helion now have a 12 point cushion at the top of the table following their 7-3 win.

Second-placed Cricketers Arms, in their match against Heywood Irish Centre reserves, started in a typical slow fashion.

But, goals from Johnson (3), Thomas (2), Allan and a Hirst own goal contributed to an 8-3 win.

And, White Horse put up a good show in their encounter with Rose and Crown, only to lose 4-3.