EGERTON FC will be bidding to bring silverware home to Knutsford on Saturday.

The Yellows have reached Cheshire Football League’s JB Parker Premier Division Challenge Cup Final.

Standing in their way are Altrincham FC Reserves, with the showdown taking place at Winstanley Warriors’ ground in Little Lane, Goose Green, Wigan, kick-off 2pm.

Both finalists sealed their places in the only Cheshire League showdown of the season with victories away from home.

Egerton booked their place in the decider thanks to a 3-1 penalty shoot-out success at Billinge after the contest finished 2-2 after 90 minutes.

And Altrincham FC won their semi-final at Broadheath Central 1-0.

The Yellows goalkeeper Jamie Preston produced some fine saves during the semi-final and then came into his own in the penalty shoot-out.

He had also saved a penalty in the quarter-finals when Spencer Jenkinson’s early goal proved to be enough to knock out form team Eagle Sports.

But on Saturday Egerton twice came back from behind and looked to be on their way out of the competition when, after a fracas from a penalty decision, Preston was sent the wrong way from the spot in the 87th minute, giving the Storks a 2-1 lead.

With 40 seconds left on the clock Remmi Williams got a cross into the box and Andrew Toner was at the back post to knock it home and force penalties.

The tie’s opening goals were also scored in the second half in quick succession.

From a corner Billinge skipper Zak Riley’s header found the back of the net in the 60th minute.

Williams sent Storks keeper Keiran Halliday the wrong way from the penalty spot five minutes later.