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Victories over Boreham Wood Blues and Hastings United respectively ensured the two sides wll lock horns at Walsall's Banks's Stadium on Wednesday 16th May.
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At The Cheshire Sports Club, Chester, who have already wrapped up the Division K title, proved too strong for Boreham Wood.

Dion Jones gave them a first half lead, which was added to in the second period, with goals from Cain Noble (Two) and Iwan Murray.

Bradley Sach did pull a goal back for Boreham Wood, but it was no more than a consolation for the visitors, who had Illiman Ndiaye sent off in stoppage time.

Meanwhile, at The Weetwwod Sports Park in Leeds, both FC Halifax Town and Hastings United ended with 10 men, as Halifax won 3-1.

James Sunderland and Ousman Cham put them two ahead at the break, but a goal from Tom Climpson gave Hastings hope. This came after they had, Jordan Harley sent off.

Jack Knight was then sent off for the home side, but as Hastings chased the equaliser, Eliel Anru hit them on the break to seal the tie in stoppage time.
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