EX-HUDDERSFIELD player Dan Hyde will hope to get the chance to land a second piece of silverware this season when Yorkshire go into county championship final action against Devon at Twickenham on Sunday.
The Holmfirth-born 30-year-old, who has England A honours to his name, was a key man in the Otley side who brought the National II title to Cross Green.
Now the back row, who turned down an offer to return to Huddersfield last close-season, is in contention for a place as Yorkshire plot the downfall of the Bill Beaumont Cup holders, who are in the final for the fifth straight year.
Six-footer Hyde, who left Huddersfield to play top-flight rugby for West Hartlepool and then Leeds Tykes, scored a try to help Yorkshire beat Lancashire 40-22 at Harrogate and seal a place at Twickenham.
The match, which kicks off at Noon, comes between the county shield final between Northumberland and Cornwall and the England versus Barbarians clash.