NCL Division Three Champions Beverley will hit the road this weekend as they head north to Cumbria to take on Barrow Island.
Head Coach Scott Taylor and his side are now looking to complete the season undefeated, and with just four games remaining this is a goal his side believe they can achieve.
Barrow Island who are placed second in the table go into the game with plenty to play for as they look to secure runners up spot and the automatic promotion that comes with it.
Taylor is likely to have to make some changes with doubts over Lewis Poskitt and Jack Humphries will be able to make the trip due to work commitments.
Off the field the officials at the club say that feedback from their fixture last weekend which was televised live has received great feedback from Rugby AM, the show which screened the game live.
The club said the commentary team from the Rugby AM show which is broadcast on Freesport were impressed by the size of the crowd and the pre- match entertainment put on by Beverley.
Officials at the club added that the glowing feedback from the Dewsbury Celtic match has left everyone involved at all levels with a real spring in their step.
Beverley pulled out all the stops on the day that saw live entertainment, stalls and also exhibition matches featuring the Beverley Braves.
Any one wishing to watch the match and travel with Beverley can catch the bus from the Potting Shed at 8AM.