The venues and times for the McInerney Ford Top Four Cup semi-finals have been confirmed for this Saturday.
New NPL WA champions Perth SC will host Perth Glory, the team they pipped for the title, at Dorrien Gardens at 3pm.
Then Cockburn City will meet Bayswater City at Dalmatinac Park at 7pm.
The winners of the Perth SC v Glory clash will go directly to the final, which will be held at Bayswater City’s Frank Drago Reserve on Saturday, September 8.
The losers of that match will get a second bite of the cherry when they take on the winners of the Cockburn-Bayswater knockout fixture, either on Tuesday, September 4 or Wednesday, September 5.
The fixtures for the Under 20 and Under 18 NPL WA Top Four Cups have also been confirmed.
Saturday, September 1
NPL WA Top Four Cup
(1) Perth SC v (2) Perth Glory (Dorrien Gardens, 3pm)
(3) Cockburn City v (4) Bayswater City (Dalmatinac Park, 7pm)
Winners of Perth SC v Perth Glory go into the final. Losers of Perth SC v Perth Glory meet winners of Cockburn v Bayswater for a place in the final. Losers of Cockburn v Bayswater are eliminated
U20 NPL WA Top Four Cup
(1) ECU Joondalup v (2) Perth SC (Dorrien Gardens, 12.45pm)
(3) Bayswater City v (4) Perth Glory (Dalmatinac Park, 4.45pm)
Winners of ECU v Perth SC go into the final. Losers of ECU v Perth SC meet winners of Bayswater v Perth Glory for a place in the final. Losers of Bayswater v Perth Glory are eliminated
U18 NPL WA Top Four Cup
(3) Perth SC v (4) Balcatta (Dorrien Gardens, 10.30am)
(1) Perth Glory v (2) Bayswater City (Dalmatinac Park, 2.30pm)
Winners of Perth Glory v Bayswater go into the final. Losers of Perth Glory v Bayswater meet winners of Perth SC v Balcatta for a place in the final. Losers of Perth SC v Balcatta are eliminated
(Figures in brackets indicate where teams finished on the ladder)