TOMORROW’S final round of matches sees glory to be gained in all three divisions with the league championship at stake in Division One.

Two defeats in their last three matches have seen long-time favourites Otley’s lead over Burley reduced to just two points.

Both have matches they should win – Otley at home to Horsforth, who have lost their last five starts, and Burley at relegated Guiseley – so making sure of bonus points could turn out to be the key factor.

Burley go into their match on the back of a 10-match winning streak, the only blip along the way a vital abandonment which meant they only picked up five points while Otley were polishing off Adel to take all 20.

Even though Guiseley have won two of their last three matches, Burley will start as hot favourites to repeat their win at the end of June when a 6-35 spell from skipper Jason Wright dismissed Guiseley for 145.

And despite their recent form not being up to their usual standard, Otley too will reflect on a comfortable victory when they last met Horsforth, openers Jamie Pickering (68no) and skipper Ben Morley (99no) easing them past Horsforth’s 176, which included three run-outs.

Much could depend on the toss and, of course, the weather. The only certainty is there will be plenty of tension at both grounds.

Elsewhere in the division, two overseas players will seek to sign off outstanding seasons in style.

Marcus Berryman has hit 603 runs and taken 47 wickets and along with Andrew Duckworth been instrumental in guiding Rawdon, who are at Bilton, to fourth place for the second year in a row.

Meanwhile, James Rosewarne can take a great deal of credit for keeping Pool above the relegation zone. He is the division’s leading wicket taker with 60 victims and second behind Duckworth in the batting total with 648.

Ilkley travel to Follifoot, looking to complete the double over them.

Collingham have already ensured they return to Division One at the first attempt but any one of three sides can join them, two of whom – second-placed Addingham and Tong Park Esholt in third – meet.

Addingham have won their last five matches while Tong Park have lost three of their last four, although they did comfortably beat their rivals when the met earlier.

Fourth-placed Hall Park, who entertain relegated Calverley, need to take full points while hoping Tong Park win but take hardly any bonus points, if they are to snatch the second promotion spot.

Saltaire have enjoyed an encouraging first season in Division Two and should have an entertaining match against Olicanian, while Ben Rhydding and Steeton should round off their seasons with victories over Leeds Modernians and Colton.

Green Lane need something of a miracle if they are not to miss out on promotion from Division Three for the second year in a row.

The have a tough match against in-form Bolton Villas and even if they take full points from that, they need the unlikely outcome of struggling Alwoodley beating second-placed New Rover without Rover picking up seven bonus points.

Skipton travel to rock-bottom Old Leodiensans and if they bat first, Ben Holderness might well have the chance to score the 92 runs he needs to reach 1,000 in the league.

Thackley should beat relegated Shadwell while Harden entertain champions Bardsey and Menston are at home to much-improved St Chads.