Kells will kick off the National Conference Finals Day on October 16 when amateur rugby league fans will be treated to three games at Featherstone.
Peter Smith, the Kells director of rugby, said: “Because of the travelling distance we were given two options of 11.45am kick-off or 4.15pm so we took the first one.”
Kells will contest the Shield final against West Hull, the reigning National Conference League champions, to get the day off to a flying start.
Wath Brow and Thatto Heath continue the action at 2pm in the Grand Final with Hornets installed as hot favourites after it emerged the Crusaders will be missing several players because of a pre-arranged stag week-end.
Wath Brow have won every game they have played this season and the hardest contest they had was the play-off quarter final with West Bowling which they won 18-8.
Hornets sailed through the Cumbria section of the regional competition and even without Thatto Heath’s selection concerns it’s highly likely the Cumbrians would be favourites to win it.
The day’s entertainment concludes at Post Office Road with the 4.15pm game between Clock Face Miners and East Leeds who will contest the Cup final.
Meanwhile the Holmen Iggesund Cumberland ARL is also reaching a conclusion after Cockermouth were confirmed as Division One winners at the weekend.
Wath Brow A can continue the club’s excellent season if they can beat Ellenborough in what will be an exciting finish to the Premier Division season.
It was originally a three-way tie at the top but due to Wath Brow and Distington drawing on Saturday it now down to a straight fight between Wath Brow and Ellenborough.
If Wath Brow win their two remaining fixtures (Glasson and Elbra) they will win the League but if Elbra beat Wath Brow in their last home game they will win the league, so its’ going right down to the wire on the last game of the season.
To add a little extra spice to the occasion – Ellenborough v Wath Brow A on October 16 will kick-off about the same time as Hornets first team go into action against Thatto Heath in the Grand Final.