Broad Oak head to Almondbury Wesleyans on Saturday knowing a six-point victory will take them back into the Drakes League Premiership.
Relegated alongside Barkisland in 2011, the Oak have had an excellent season in the Jedi Sports Championship this time under skipper Lee Baxter and have the big prize within their grasp.
The Oak, with plenty of young talent in their line-up in addition to Australian-based duo Jarryd Vernon and Dylan Baillie, are 11 points clear on 81 with three matches to play as they head to Kaye Lane (1pm).
Moorlands, chasing a second successive promotion, are on 70 as they visit Hall Bower, who are desperate for points in their bid to avoid a second successive relegation.
Then Marsden and Thongsbridge are the only others in with a chance of promotion, on 68 and 63 points respectively, and Marsden will be hoping to maintain their chances as they host bottom club Emley on Saturday, who are almost certain to go straight back down following their promotion last summer.
Thongsbridge are at home to Clayton West, who are fourth bottom and not quite out of the relegation mix themselves.
Kirkheaton can clinch the Cedar Court Conference title with six points at home to fourth-placed Thurstonland.
Cumberworth, 13 points adrift in second, and third-placed Almondbury (a further two points behind) are on their travels to Lepton and Cartworth respectively.
In the top flight, it’s a double-header weekend and Hoylandswaine could lift the Byrom Shield with maximum points at Meltham on Saturday and at home go Golcar on Sunday – a scenario which would be guaranteed if Shepley fail to match whatever Swaine’s points haul is when they take on Golcar and Skelmanthorpe (both at home).
At the bottom it’s pretty much last-chance saloon for Holmfirth and Meltham in the relegation positions, especially if third-bottom Slaithwaite can pick up points at Shelley on Saturday and Meltham on Sunday.