The village of Almondbury is the new home of two of the District League titles this season.
The first to receive a trophy was Almondbury Woolpack after their win on Tuesday evening.
They went into the match against Storthes Hall with the knowledge that a point would be enough.
Storthes Hall, on the other hand, knew that a win over the Woolpack and another against Brighouse Athletic would see them as Division Four champions.
One goal in the first half and another just after the break, with goals from Dean Arnold and Ryan Kennedy, appeared to have clinched it in Woolpack’s favour, but in the last 30 minutes, Storthes Hall exerted great pressure on the Woolpack goal.
But for a couple of goalline clearances, several fine saves and a couple of easy misses, the result could have been much different.
Who goes up to Division Three has still to be sorted.
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Black Horse helped their chances on the same night with a 3-1 over promotion rivals Junction, but Storthes Hall who had a chance of the title may now even miss out on a top three position.
If they “win up” they will finish on 51 points (3D Dynamos have that tally and have finished their games).
If Black Horse win their last match they will go on to 53 points and be certain of promotion, but if they only draw they could be the third team on 51 points, so it is likely that goal difference will come into effect.
And just to add to the mix, Junction could finish on 50 points, so nobody can afford a slip up.
The other team based in Almondbury, Aimbry (the old name for Almondbury) have won the Division Two title.
They did what they could with a 3-1 win over Kirkheaton Rovers last Saturday, with two goals from Matt Kilner and another from Dwayne Wilkinson.
But they had to wait until Tuesday when Holme Valley Academicals met Meltham to clinch it.
The latter won 3-1 which means that now Aimbry can’t be caught at the top.
That result also ensures that Meltham are back in Division One for next season, but the third promotion side could be any one from Kirkheaton, HV Academicals or Marsden.
Division One is now down to two clubs – Hepworth and Shepley.
Hepworth won their fourth successive game by the odd goal after a 1-0 win over Skelmanthorpe last Saturday and that was followed up by a 2-1 over Holmbridge on Tuesday.
They are due to receive three points as Holmfirth Town were unable to raise a team against them recently and these extra three points would give them a four-point lead over Shepley.
They are also likely to get another two with a protest that they lodged and that would give them a six-point gap with four games to play.
Shepley, though, have far from given up on their chances and completed a six-point haul with wins over Holmbridge and Diggle.
Hepworth’s fixture list includes matches at Britannia, who are fighting from relegation, Heyside who are third in the table and Holmfirth Town, but it is the fixture on Thursday May 5 when the two meet that could clinch it one way or the other.
In Division Three, Colne Valley and Slaithwaite are going “toe to toe” and their League record is very similar.
Slaithwaite have lost one and drawn one so far this season and that compares with Colne Valley’s record of losing one and drawing three.
But all is not lost for Colne Valley as they meet on May 6 and the winners of that are the likely champions.
Linthwaite Athletic Reserves are set to be involved in one of the latest finishes to any season for a long time.
Going into today’s fixture, they still have eight League matches to complete but that’s not all.
They have reached the finals of the Gee Cup and the Huddersfield FA Challenge Trophy – that means 10 games still to play. Their last fixture is due on May 24.