Thurstonland and Mount will shoot it out for the Huddersfield Central League title on Sunday.
It’s a winner takes all clash at the Holme Valley club after Penistone missed out on the chance to take control of the Premier Division championship race with just a match to go.
While leaders Thurstonland and second-placed Mount were rained off and took only two points each, Penistone escaped the rain and were in action at home against Woolley with the chance to go top and have the title fate in their own hands.
But they ran up against a couple of Woolley batsmen in fantastic form as Greg Crowcroft and Ian Norton hit 116 and 110 not out respectively in a massive total of 312-6.
Penistone, to be fair, made a decent fist of the chase with Ian Richards scoring 89 and Michael Brown 56, but Julian Crowcroft returned figures of three for 73 to restrict Penistone to 264-9.
That result ended Penistone’s hopes of taking the title because Thurstonland and Mount meet each other this weekend, and the former will be hoping to bow out in style by adding the title to their Allsop Cup in their very last arrowselfdrive Central League fixture before heading to the Drakes League in 2014.
Upper Hopton are champions of Section A after taking maximum points at Woolley B while rivals Upperthong were rained off.
Woolley B were skittled for 65 thanks to John Stanger and Nawaz taking five wickets apiece.
Ikram was 42 not out as Upper Hopton clinched a 10-wicket win.
Upperthong B won Section C and Leymoor B topped Section D.