Boreham Wood followed up making certain of their National League status for another season by reaching the Herts Senior Cup final.

Luke Garrard’s side secured an impressive 1-0 victory at promotion-chasing Harrogate Town on Saturday before returning home to defeat Cheshunt 2-0 in the County Cup semi-final two days later. They will now meet St Albans City in the final at Meadow Park on Wednesday.

Tom Champion’s 10th-minute goal ultimately proved to be enough at Harrogate when he headed home from the first corner of the contest.

Keiran Murtagh and Femi Ilesanmi both had shots before the home side started to grow into the game following a slow start, with Ryan Huddart forced to tip over a header from a corner.

The visitors made a positive start to the second half, with Justin Shaibu thundering a shot over the top before he narrowly failed to connect with a teasing Danny Woodards cross.

However, their hosts were soon back on the front foot and Huddart did very well to keep out a Liam Kitching effort and the keeper was again equal to a strike from substitute Aaron Williams.

Wood had to survive another scare in the final minute from a goal-mouth scramble, but there was still time for Bradley Ash to almost add a second when he was put through on goal and rounded the keeper, only for James Belshaw to nick the ball away from him.

Garrard shuffled his pack for Monday’s semi-final, making eight changes, but Wood were able to continue their productive week with a 2-0 victory.

The home side dominated possession from the outset, but they had to wait until late in the first half to take the lead when Idris Kanu converted a penalty after he had been tripped.

The tie was put to bed after the break when Jamal Fyfield headed in a Sean Shields corner.