JERSEY RFC Women travel to Crawley knowing victory is a must if they are to delay the crowning of Horsham as National Challenge 2 champions.
The Islanders are some way short of the South East (South) Division leaders and require a miracle to top the pile themselves, but a continuation of their on-field form tomorrow would maintain the pressure.
League rules at this level offer one point simply for turning up, meaning Horsham – who have 12 wins from 12 to their name – require just one further results-based point from their final two matches, as long as they fulfil the fixtures.
Jersey have lost just once on the field of play this season, after forfeiting their opening match of the campaign due to a player shortage, but that loss came at the hands of Crawley.
Coach Simon Le Moignan has a squad of 18 available for the trip – a group that will be accompanied by three mascots aged under 12 months, as fullback Taye Boake-Yiadom and prop Holly Bertram are set to travel with their young offspring.