TWO local teams have won through to the semi-finals of the Neil Clark Memorial trophy pool knockout.
Horns B had to brave the bad weather and visit the remote Haberdashers team in Knighton to book their place.
Team members travelled from Stafford and Market Drayton to secure a well earned 4-1 success against a stubborn Haberdashers team.
Meanwhile, former trophy winners Junction A, entertained Kings Head A and emerged 4-2 victors.
In the other two ties, LSC at the Tavern triumphed 4-0 away to Railway Tavern, while Gnosall based Navigation came unstuck, going down 4-1 at Shakespeare A.
Richard Hendy overcame Neil Holford to set the home team on their way and Andy Potter snatched the second against S Podmore.
Scott Smith pulled a frame back for the Navigation when defeating Dave Marshall, but Ross Richards-Jones edged his frame against Steve Whitlock to give the Shakes a 3-1 advantage.
Marshall and Ben Holmes sealed the win in frame five, with Holmes just missing out on a seven-ball clearance on his first visit.
Both semi-finals will be played on Wednesday, March 6, at neutral venues.