Three Huddersfield sides are in action tomorrow as the end of the Pennine League beckons, and two of those are from Championship I.
Both Newsome Panthers and St Joseph’s face away trips to sides below them in the lower half of the table.
Joe’s travel to bottom side Ossett Trinity in what should be a comfortable win to prop them further up the table and close the gap on the league’s front runners. With Joe’s in sixth, a win will gain them a minimum of one league position as the teams in places two to five face each other this weekend.
The Panthers are away at Birkenshaw for their last fixture of the campaign and will be desperate to avoid defeat to their opponents who could leapfrog them into seventh with victory.
Just four points separate Brighouse in second and Birkenshaw in eighth as Championship I is braced for a tight fight for final league standing.
And both Newsome and St Joseph’s will contest the final of the Holliday Cup after securing their places with wins over Slaithwaite Saracens and Underbank Rangers respectively last weekend.
Finally, Emley Moor will be up against it when they host Fourth Division leaders Victoria Rangers for their final game of the season.
Emley will look to delay celebrations at least for one game more as Rangers can seal the Fourth Divison title with a win. Emley have already secured seventh place.
Victoria hold a 100% record in the league this season with 14 out 14 wins so far and should be favourites to be crowned champions this weekend.
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