HUDDERSFIELD Hockey Club need just to one point from their final game tomorrow against Ben Rhydding at Lockwood Park (1.30) to clinch the Yorkshire Premier League title.
They will definitely be without Durrans and Peachey, who are both unavailable, and will have to wait on the fitness of Swinden, Beaton and Gregory.
But with the prize of the Premier title and promotion to the North League for the first time in the club’s history, there is enough motivation for the team which does take the field.
The second XI also look set for promotion from Yorkshire III after beating leaders Wakefield 5-2.
Oli Clarke’s side also need just one point, but have two games left in which to get it, starting with the away game against Gainsborough Rose.
That’s followed by the visit to Acomb on Sunday.
The thirds are at home to Scarborough, the fourths at home to Ben Rhydding (Sunday) and the fifths at home to Chapeltown.