It will be an All Saints Day in the Railway Cup Final on Boxing Day.
That’s after holders St George’s and St Mary’s clinched a place in the festive showpiece of the BCS sponsored competition.
A first half own goal and a second half header from Callum Morrissey secured St George’s a 2-0 home victory over Laxey at Glencrutchery Road.
And they’ll meet St Mary’s at the Bowl on December 26 after St Mary’s were 3-2 winners over Old Boys after extra-time.
In an exciting semi-final, David Skillen and Martin King – against his former club - traded goals in normal time, although Old Boys would be desperately disappointed not to have won the tie after hitting the woodwork on a number of occasions.
In extra-time, a double from Steven Priestnal, one from the penalty spot, fired St Mary’s through and, although Robbie Ward pulled one back, it was the Saints who prevailed.