DERBY clashes are still going strong in the Pennine League, despite the season drawing to a close.
Tomorrow, Underbank Rangers host Meltham All Blacks in Division III, with the home side the favourites to triumph.
But the most significant match in the division is once again the one facing Slaithwaite Saracens, who are now within touching distance of the title.
And they will move one step closer with the expected home victory over Brighouse Rangers.
In Division I, St Joseph's resume their promotion challenge with one of their toughest tests of the season - at home to leaders Kippax Welfare.
It will be interesting to see how they respond to losing to Moldgreen in the Holliday Cup final on Monday.
But a chunk of disappointment will be greatly eased if they come good against a Kippax side who have lost only once this season.
Both Second Division sides are at home this weekend - and will be looking to build on excellent wins a week ago.
Newsome Panthers were in top form to destroy Dearne Valley and another 50-point success shouldn't be ruled out against Ovenden A.
That was the side beaten by Emley Moor who, ironically, entertain Dearne Valley!
In-form Lindley Swifts will be very confident of picking up a 12th Third Division win of the season when they visit Undercliffe.
And Moldgreen A won't be ruling out success when they host mid-table West Craven Warriors in Division V.
St Joseph's A are in a rich vein of form, and will be hoping to secure a 13th victory of the campaign at fellow mid-table side Wyke A.