Scarborough RUFC’s Tom Harrison has branded Saturday’s clash at Heath the club’s biggest game since their National Intermediate Cup semi-final against Bridgnorth in 2015.
Simon Smith’s men will be in the driving seat for a play-off spot if they can beat rivals Heath.
Harrison said: "I'd say it's the biggest game since Bridgnorth, these last few league games we have are like cup games that we have to win to progress - lose and we are back to square one.
"We haven't played much recently, but the Beverley win gives us a bit of momentum going into another huge game, and winning breeds winning so hopefully we can do the business again.
“It’s great to be playing for something at this stage of the year.
“Where we’d usually have 10 or so blokes at training late in March, we’re getting 30-plus, which is great.”