OLD Otliensians and Ilkley will meet in a repeat of last season’s Latino Ceramics Aire-Wharfe Cup final.

The decider will be at Chaffers Field on Tuesday, April 25 (6.30pm).

Both semi-finals were one-sided, with Ensians defeating visitors Keighley Seconds 46-13 and holders Ilkley seeing off Bradford Salem Seconds 64-7 at Stacks Field.

Tries for Ensians, who led 22-8 at half-time and three-quarter time having had the benefit of a strong wind in the first half, were Josh Howarth (2), Connor Bateman, Connor Paley, Luke Cowdell, Alex Murphy and captain Sam Featherstone, with Bateman adding a penalty and four conversions.

Keighley's points came from tries by Dave Pullen and Joe Copperwaite and a penalty by Chris Meehan.

Star of the show for Ilkley was Blake Morgan, youngest son of head of rugby Rhys, who scored five tries.

Salem's reply came from Nick Fontaine, the try being set up by Chris Clough and converted by Sam Riley.

Neil Klenk, chairman of Salem, said: "Ilkley went 31-0 up in no time, and it looked as if it was going to be a cricket score.

"But it was just one of those nights when the ball bounced for them, none more so than when Blake kicked ahead and the ball bounced perfectly into his hands for a try."

The a penalty and tweofinal, which will be played on Wednesday, April 26 (6.30), will be between Baildon and Yarnbury Seconds at Jenny Lane.

Yarnbury despatched Roundhegians Seconds 64-0 at Brownberrie Lane.

Try-scorers were George Bowen (3), Luke Cowley (2), Callum Smithson (2) and Alex Clark (2), Danny Pound adding eight conversions and a penalty.

Baildon won 32-17 at West Park Leeds Seconds, with tries from brothers Harrison (2) and Luke Strauss, Matt Withers and a penalty try, with Withers adding a penalty and two conversions.

Tries for West Park Leeds came from Andy Major (2) and Saul Livesey, with Joe Shakespeare landing a conversion.