Just one match now stands between Newbury Blues and the chance of promotion after an incredibly tight battle in the South West 1 East this season.
Newbury currently occupy the all-important second place in the standings that will earn them a shot in the play-off and the opportunity to progress up to the National League 3 South West.
But they need to make sure they beat Reading Abbey this Saturday to get over the line, with Old Patesians lurking just four points behind the Blues should there be any slip-ups.
It has been a season-long battle between Newbury, Old Pats and Maidenhead, who are a long way ahead of the rest of the pack.
Between them the three sides have won 61 of their 75 matches, and Newbury have beaten their main rivals on at least one occasion during the season.
It was looking grim for Newbury when they lost 34-17 to Maidenhead back in February and it appeared they could be on for another third place finish.
But since then they have won five games in a row and Old Pats ended up losing three straight matches to allow the Blues to get ahead.
Maidenhead wrapped up the title earlier this month, but it is all to play for in the fight for second place.
A play-off match will then be held between whoever is second in the South West 1 East, with the runner up in the South West 1 West already confirmed as Clevedon.
Clevedon have had a strong season to win 19 of their 25 games and sit on 94 points.
Newbury are currently on 100, while Old Pats are on 96.
The play-off match takes place on April 29.
Elsewhere, Thatcham RFC will be hoping for a strong end to their Southern Counties North season when they make the trip to Beaconsfield this weekend.
They picked up an impressive win against third-placed Aylesbury in their last
While they currently sit seventh, Thatcham could jump up into fourth if they beat Beaconsfield and other results go their way, with just four points separating four teams.