The Hunters York & District Senior League title race will go down to the wire after the penultimate round of matches was almost entirely wiped out by wet weather.
With just three overs bowled between Sessay and Bolton Percy it was the only play across the entire top two divisions.
Clifton Alliance will be favourites to the lift the crown as they take an eight point advantage into a home game against Beverley Town Cricket Club next Saturday. Beverley will be guaranteed to retain their place in the league next season. Rain means none of the sides below them can over take them even if they all claim maximum points.
Easingwold will be just round the ring road as they finish off with a trip to already relegated Heworth. Easingwold will be hoping Beverley can pull of a shock result if they are to sneak ahead of Clifton in the final standings.
Whatever happens next week the top two are guaranteed Premier League cricket next season after the wash out denied Sessay the chance of back to back promotions, whilst Studley Royal having spent almost the entire season in the top four also miss out.
It promises to be a nervous afternoon at the foot of the table where Goole Town need six points to be sure of staying up but face a Bolton Percy side who need to win to have any hope of survival in the top flight.
Both will be anxiously awaiting the result of the match between fellow strugglers Hull Zingari who host Sessay on the final day.
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