Birchfield Harriers remain on course to defend the Jubliee Cup after easily winning through their semi-final in Stoke.
The Perry Barr club, who have won the competition in each of the last two years, scored 320 points and were more than 100 clear of the hosts in second place to book their place in the final at Bedford on August 19.
They will face City of Manchester, Rugby & Northampton, Trafford, Shaftesbury Barnet, Woodford Green with Essex Ladies, Team Southampton and Belgrave.
Their top performers were high-jumper Tom Parsons who went over 2.20m, Scott Simpson who pole-vaulted 5.20m and Zoe Derham, who threw the hammer 60.72m to follow up her win in the UK Challenge.
Those two victories put Derham in ideal form for next week's European Championships - the first of her career - in Gothenburg.
There were also wins for Sam Day, who claimed an unusual double in the hurdles events, 100m and 400m, and Kelly Massey who came home first in the 400m flat.
Nadine Okyere was victorious in the long jump and high jump while English Schools' champion Liz Millward and Jo Blair won the shot and javelin respectively.
Meanwhile, Amy Harris - who guested in Stoke - has been added to the 4x100 metres relay squad for the world junior championships in Beijing.
The Selly Oak teenager had already been included in the team as Britain's top-ranked long jumper but has also achieved her aim of making the relay squad.
She will be competing in China with club-mates Grant Baker and Robert Davis - who run the 400m individual and relay respectively - and Jade Surman, one of the country's brightest hopes in the heptathlon.
They will also be joined by Jessica Leach, of Dudley and Stourbridge Harriers, in the high jump after the 19-year-old won the trials in Bedford ten days ago.
UK Athletics' perform-ance director, Dave Collins, claimed his team go to Beijing in good shape on the basis that they have already achieved the organisation's exacting qualifying standards.
"Some very hard decisions had to be made by the selection committee," Collins said. "It is massively promising, looking towards the future, that a large number of athletes achieved or got close to the harder selection standards we have set - this can only bode well for the future.
"In deciding on the team we are taking, we have tried to ensure there is a world-class preparation experience for those with top eight and medal aspirations."
* Tyree Washington, the former world indoor 400m champion, will take part in the Celtic Cup at Grange-mouth Stadium on Thursday August 17.
The American joins multiple Olympic medal-list sprinter Merlene Ottey (Slovenia), Olympic silver medallist long jumper James Beckford (Jamaica) and Olympic 4x100m gold medallist Darren Campbell (England) as a guest at the international featuring Scotland, Ireland, Wales and a Bank of Scotland Development Team.
Washington, who won 400m gold at the 2003 world indoor champion-ships, 4x400m gold at the 1997 world champion-ships and 4x400m gold at the 2006 world indoor championships, will race over the unusual distance of 600m for the first time. Scotland will be captained by Commonwealth and European medallist Lee McConnell.