AURA secured their place in the final of the Dorset Sunday Intermediate Cup with a 3-1 victory over Poole Wanderers at Corfe Mullen Rec.
Harry Norman, Rory Zima and Oscar Preece scored the goals for Aura, with their opponents getting a consolation from the penalty spot after keeper James Parks was sent off.
However, it won’t be an all-Weymouth showpiece following a 3-0 defeat for Moby Dick’s in their semi-final against Pilot FC.
Meanwhile, Bar 314’s march towards the Weymouth Sunday League crown continues.
They thrashed Alexandra 6-0 at Budmouth to maintain their 14-point advantage at the top of the table.
With Aura involved in the cup, Britannia took the opportunity to move into second place with a thrilling 4-3 success at home to Lazy Lizard.
Their star man on the day was Stu Burley whose hat-trick, along with Jordy Bowler’s strike, gave the hosts all three points.
Bar 314 weren’t the only side to hit six on Sunday as Famous Old Spa eased to a 6-2 win against struggling Market House at Redlands.
Dolphin saw off Bakers Arms 4-2 to leapfrog Lazy Lizard into sixth in the standings.
Their victory was down to a pair of Charlies – Kenderdine and May – who both found the net twice.
Further down the table, Broad-mayne climbed to ninth thanks to a 3-2 home win against Sailors Return.
Dorset Sunday Intermediate Cup semi-finals: Pilot FC 3 Moby Dick’s 0 (Ashdown Leisure Centre), Poole Wanderers 1 Aura 3 (Corfe Mullen).
Weymouth Sunday Premiership: Famous Old Spa 6 Market House 2, Bakers Arms 2 Dolphin 4, Britannia 4 Lazy Lizard 3, Broadmayne 3 Sailors Return 2, Alexandra 0 Bar 314 6
Aura v Britannia (Redlands), Broadmayne v Market House (Broadmayne Playing Field), Dolphin v Alexandra FC (Redlands), Lazy Lizard v Bakers Arms (Redlands), Bar 314 v Famous Old Spa (Redlands), Sailors Return v Moby Dicks (Redlands)