WEST Bowling overcame late cup drama to make it to the final.

The Premier Division side took on Championship Wrose Bull in the semis of the Bradford District Sunday Senior Cup.

It was a game which came alive with chaos in the final ten minutes and Bowling may have thought they were out after a late Wrose goal.

But in they end, Bowling equalised and came through in a tight penalty shoot-out to book a place in the final stage of the competition.

In the first-half, Wrose started strongly and pressed Bowling back.

Nathan Dresler's fledgling young term are not ones to give up though and they slowly got ride of their nerves as the game become more even ending in a stalemate come the break.

The second period started with Bowling in command and a good move saw talented Kenny Tafireyi feed the ball to Joe Jagger.

Jagger, Bowling's top marksman in the league, went against goalscoring instinct to lay the ball in the path of Man of the Match Kyle Dyche, who finished well from inside the box.

With the tie sliding out of their hands, Wrose started to create their own chances and were awarded a penalty which Lee Cookson duly dispatched to make it 1-1.

The Bulls then went in front after 80 minutes with a goal that caused some confusion as to whether it had crossed the line or not.

It was awarded though after the referee consulted his linesman.

That could have been that, but the heat of the tie was ramped up to an exhilarating level in the final ten.

Just one minute after Wrose went ahead, Bowling's nutmeg specialist Wayne Sparkes spun the ball between a defender's legs then picked it up and hammered it past the keeper from close range to make it 2-2.

It was a goal worthy of winning any game but this one was not finished yet.

Wrose went back in front when scoring from close range and it looked as if Bowling were out for the count.

But, with just two minutes of allotted time left Dresler's men showed resilience to equalise once again.

18-year-old Tawheed Ahmed beat a defender before putting in a superb cross which was knocked down to the edge of the box for John May to smash home .

With the game even after 90 minutes, it was now down to the dreaded penalty shoot out.

Jagger, Adam Jordan, Callum Wheatley, and John May had all scored from the spot, with their keeper Ash Onitiri saving a Wrose attempt to give Bowling the advantage.

It was down to Tafireyi and he kept his nerve when rifling his shot home to send Bowling into the final of the District Cup for the fifth time.