Calderglen eased their way into the final of the Lanarkshire cup with an impressive performance in front of goal against Dalziel.
Four goals from James Scott inspired Calderglen to an emphatic victory despite the best efforts of Dalziel hitman Nathan Brown who converted a hat-trick for his side.
Calderglen were looking to put the Monday blues behind them after a Scottish cup semi-final exit two days previous, whereas Dalziel had ideas of their own to make the final.
Dalziel took the lead within seven minutes, Brown getting the first of his goals after a powerful run resulting in his shot going under the unfortunate Calderglen keeper Callum McGhie.
Calderglen slowly fought their way back into the game and eight minutes later they were level. William Dawson’s effort went through the hands of Dalziel keeper Alistair Rankin and into the net to level the scoring.
It was end to end stuff, both sides looking not to crack under the pressure of the occasion. A penalty was awarded to Calderglen in the 22nd minute after Sam Morrow was clipped. Dawson confidently strolled up and fired it home from 12 yards to put his side in the lead.