MALLY FC fought their way into yet another Rhyl Sunday League Cup final as they overturned their first leg defeat to Bar Bow.

Having been defeated 2-1 in the first leg of the Lee Jones Memorial Cup semi finals, Mally kept their quadruple hopes alive, winning 3-1 to book their place in the final.

In a real end-to-end game, both teams put up quite the fight but Mally led 1-0 at half time thanks to a Lee Ellis goal.

Ellis then scored again on 52mins before Kelvin Burke pulled a goal back from the penalty spot for Bar Bow to make it 3-3 on aggregate. The eventual match-winning goal came when Ellis completed his hat-trick on 71mins.

Man of the match in the closely-fought encounter was Mally's Dan Prince.

This is now the third cup final that league-leaders Mally have reached this season having also booked their place in the NWCFA Challenge Cup (against Prestatyn) and the Premier Cup (Sun Inn).

The first leg of the other Lee Jones semi-final, Swan Inn v The Alex, will be played next Sunday, having been postponed this weekend due to a waterlogged pitch.

In the league, Towyn Rangers will host Mally FC and Bar Bow will take a trip to FC Prestatyn for what should be a great encounter.