THE BATTLE for the Yorkshire One play-off spot has gone to the wire.
Third placed York RUFC travel to Heath tomorrow needing second-placed West Leeds to slip up at North Ribblesdale.
On current form, that is unlikely to happen, but York can only focus on their own task and look for a bonus point victory.
West Leeds, unlike York, have not had two weeks to prepare for the final game of the league season.
Last weekend they played Silhillians in the semifinal of the Intermediate Cup and are now heading to Twickenham on May 6 to play Charlton Park in the final.
York coach Lee Denham can only hope this plays on their bodies and minds tomorrow!
Selby RUFC are hoping that history repeats itself against Scarborough.
Only 12 months ago, Selby beat Scarborough in the final game to avoid relegation from Yorkshire One.
Now, in a bizarre twist of fate, they may need to beat Scarborough to stay up again.
With Acklam now relegated, only one point separates three clubs - Selby, Yarnbury, and North Ribblesdale - who are still at risk of filling the second relegation place.
North Ribblesdale host promotion chasing West Leeds. Next-to-bottom Yarnbury visit mid-table Keighley.
Back at the start of September, Pocklington opened their season with a 25-7 victory over M&N in the pouring rain at Percy Road. From then on, they have rarely looked back and won the title with two games to spare.
Local rivals M&N are also celebrating after pulling clear of relegation danger and winning five of their last six games.
York Railway Institute finish their Yorkshire Four campaign at third placed Rotherham Phoenix.