HUDDERSFIELD amateur rugby league's biggest game of the season is about to take place!
Moldgreen and St Joseph's go head-to-head tomorrow at the DRAM Centre in a game that has far more than just local pride at stake.
For the winners, there's the chance to keep the pressure on Pennine League Division I leaders Kippax Welfare.
But for the losers, it will be a massive blow to their hopes of promotion.
Both clubs will be able to field stronger sides than the ones that won last week - Moldreen against Dodworth and St Joseph's at Greetland.
And officials from the DRAM Centre can't wait to host the fixture.
"With both teams still in the title race it's going to be a great game," said Moldgreen secretary Brian Tracey, left.
"We're expecting a good, hard game, with plenty of rugby played on what is a very open field."
Those sentiments are echoed by St Joseph's coach Jody Shaw, who is braced for a quality contest.
"We showed real grit and determination to win at Greetland last week, and we'll need to show that again against Moldgreen," he said.
But this is far from being the only eagerly-awaited derby contest tomorrow.
Four Huddersfield ARL Supplementary Cup ties are due to take place.
These are always difficult games to predict, with the handicap system usually evening things out.
The matches are Lindley Swifts v Slaithwaite A, Emley Moor v Underbank, Meltham All Blacks v St Joseph's A and Newsome Panthers v Moldgreen A.
And there's also a massive League match in Division IV as Slaithwaite host Whitehall Warriors in a clash between the main title contenders.
Both teams have lost only once this season, with the Saracens having won 11 and drawn one f their 13 games and the Warriors boasting 11 wins from their 12 games.