There will be an all Lisburn final in the McCullough Cup next month after holders Wallace High School and near neighbours Friends School won their semi-finals on Thursday afternoon.
Wallace had little trouble seeing off Methodist College 8-1 while Friends edged out Banbridge Academy 3-2 at Lisnagarvey's Comber Road ground.
The final will be played at the same venue on Thursday, December 12 at 2.30pm. The last time the two teams met in the decider was in 2013, when Wallace won 3-2 after extra time.
Here's all you need to know about the semi-finals:
Wallace HS 8-1 Methodist College
Four goals from Max Taylor helped holders Wallace cruise into the final with a storming victory.
The Lisburn side were two goals to the good at the end of the first quarter after Taylor's first followed seconds after Tim Curragh's penalty corner strike.
Matthew Campton halved the deficit for Methody but that hope wasn't to last long as Taylor deflected home a cross and captain Oliver Patterson converted for 4-1 at half-time.
From there, Wallace didn't look back as Ben Clarke and Taylor added two more goals each in the second half.
Friends School 4-2 Banbridge Academy
Friends' bid for a first McCullough Cup success since the 1980/81 season continues after a Harry Scott double helped earn a win over Banbridge Academy.
Scott gave the Lisburn side the lead in the first quarter and that was doubled by half-time after Oliver Kidd netted a stunning reverse.
Bann blew the game open in the third quarter when Edward Rowe and Cody Large netted to level the scores with one quarter left.
However, Friends steadied their nerves with Mackenzie Connor tapping home and Scott rounding off the victory.
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