BONNYRIGG White Eagles soared into the major semi-final of the National Premier Leagues NSW Men's 1 Elite competition after winning 5-2 over Sutherland Sharks.
The Eagles were in hot form against the Sharks at Seymour Shaw Park Stadium.
Their win sets the scene for a major semi-final showdown with premiership winners Sydney United 58 FC.
The winner of this game will qualify for the grand final while the loser gets another chance in the final.
Bonnyrigg White Eagles coach Brian Brown was delighted with his side's showing.
"I am very happy with the boys tonight, we were really up for this and it showed," Brown said after the game.
"Training has been intense this week and the boys have really looked the goods.
"We looked to make things difficult for them by attacking from the opening whistle and tonight it worked.
"We did the same thing last time we played here and we ended up losing 4-0, so we are obviously happy with tonight's show."
Brown said the Eagles were looking forward to the clash with United.
"It is another match like the others, we will need to be at our best and I am sure that it will be a fantastic match," Brown said.
Venue for the game is still to be decided.
In other news, Marconi Stallions drew 1-1 but lost 4-2 in a penalty shoot-out with Rockdale City Suns at Sydney United Sports Centre on Sunday.
For the Stallions their season is over.
Marconi coach Jean Paul De Marigny praised his side's effort throughout the season.
"I really felt the team had a lot of spirit and desire to achieve things, particularly in the second part of the season when we got the whole squad together," De Marigny said.
"I can't give enough credit to the players."
While disappointed to be eliminated, Marconi goalkeeper James Chronopoulos was proud of the effort his side put in.
"I'm definitely proud of the boys," Chronopoulos said.
"We had a bit of a setback with our captain not playing so we made a few changes and in 120 minutes of football I think we've done very well.
"We went down a man in extra time there but I thought to myself it's a feasible job.
"In the end we lost but I'm still proud of the boys."
Tadgh Purcell scored the Stallions' lone goal.