MATT Williamson continued his golden run of form on Sunday to surge into the 2014 Wentworth Golf Club A grade club championship final.
Ninth qualifier Williamson defeated the heavily-favoured Nathan Button, the fourth seed, 2 and 1 to book his place in the championship clash this weekend.
Williamson will take on multiple title winner and second seed Craig Coles, who qualified courtesy of a 6 and 5 victory over Steve Bray.
In A reserve, Adam Freeman will take on Chris Lynch, after the pair won their semi-finals 4 and 3, and 1 up respectively.
Nick Bolton will go up against Doug Westcott in the B grade decider after they progressed through from the semi-finals.
Frank O’Neill maintained his favouritism for the C grade title, winning his penultimate match against Doug Mill, on the 19th.
He will play Nick Ellice, who accounted for Richard Bale 6 and 5.
Duntryleague held its quarter-finals on Sunday, with Paul Collis providing another huge upset to progress to the final four.
Collis, who qualified 14th in A grade, defeated third seed James Bird in round one, and beat sixth seed David Corby on the final hole on Sunday. Collis will take on number two Andy Campbell this weekend.
Robert Payne defeated Rob Parfett 7 and 5 to set up a mouth-watering semi-final clash with Craig Stojanovic, who also won 7 and 5 over young gun James Conran.
In A reserve, Craig Griffiths defeated Mark Conn 6 and 4, and will play Robert Williamson, who beat Brandan Smith 4 and 2, while John Clyde will play David Parfett after the pair defeated Warwick Bradley and John Cook respectively.
In B grade, Ian Paine and John Farquarson both progressed and will play-off thanks to respective 10 and 9, and 2 and 1 victories over Dale McIntosh and William Golland. Michael Lenon defeated Martin Boyd 2 up, and will take on Sandro Rossetto, who beat Richard Benson 6 and 5.
C grade saw David Cantwell overcome Christian Cheney 4 and 2, to set up a semi-final against Andy Royal, who defeated Mark Hildebrandt 7 and 5. In the other C grade matches, Ron King defeated John Young 4 and 3, while Trevor Williams progressed thanks to a forfeit.