IT was jubilation at Throstle Nest as Farsley Celtic set up a cup final cross-Pennine derby.

Adam Lakeland's men - who lead the Evo-Stik League Premier Division - had Integro Sport League Cup action to deal with on Tuesday evening

Standing in their way in the semis was Derbyshire-based Belper Town who travelled north on the back of a five-game unbeaten streak.

Celtic gave themselves a chance of double silverware for the season with a 3-1 win booking their place in the final, but it wasn't all plane sailing.

The hosts took the lead in the 28th minute through Luke Parkin and may have seen a cup final berth on the horizon when Belper were reduced to 10 at the end of the first half.

But come the second period, the visitors found spirit from somewhere to fire home an equaliser early in the second half, courtesy of target-man Danny South.

Celtic were in the ascendancy again come the 56th minute, taking a 2-1 lead with a Jimmy Spencer goal.

Belper weren't down and out though, with the pivotal moment coming in stoppage time.

Lakeland's men had to clear an effort off the line, but they went up the other end where they were awarded a penalty which was tucked away by Ben Atkinson to end the game 3-1.

Celtic will now play Manchester-side Trafford in the final, but their focus will move to Saturday's home league game against Stafford Rangers now.

In the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division, Albion Sports - who are probably now safe from relegation - face a stiff test at fourth-placed Hemsworth Miners Welfare.

Mid-table Thackley should feel comfortable about their chances of getting only their third home victory of the season when they come up against a Harrogate Railway Athletic side fighting for their lives at the foot of the table.

Eccleshill United host Handsworth Parramore in a mid-table clash that means little.

Liversedge are without a match this weekend.

Meanwhile, in Division One, Campion will hope to solidify their promotion credentials and make a claim for the title with a crunch tie away to fourth-placed Hallam.

It will be a big ask though, as the Sheffield side have only lost one game at home.

In the Hallmark Security League First Division North, Steeton will play AFC Liverpool at Cougar Park, while Premier Division Silsden have no fixture this weekend.