It’s that time of the season again.
Promotion issues are to be decided, teams are still battling to avoid the dreaded drop and, for some mid-table clubs, it’s about little more than pride.
Denaby United U16s are looking to end their campaign on a high - they are currently top of the first division, with twelve wins from their twelve games.
They sit nine points ahead of Wath St James, who occupy third place.
In the U15 first division, Conyers are in second place - six points behind leaders Rossington Juniors.
And in the U14 second division, Conyers are three points clear at the top - even though second-placed Finningley Harriers have a game in hand.
Mexborough Rovers are just two points off top spot in the U14 first division, and have two games in hand on leaders Balby Academy of Sport.
Their U12s are also in the hunt for the first division title, trailing leaders Wheatley Wanderers by seven points with two games in hand.
Rovers are sixth in the U13 first division.
Mexborough Rangers are fourth in the U14 second division, whilst Thorne United are seventh in the U14 first league.
The two Mexborough sides are closely tied in the U11 second division - Rangers are seventh with 20 points, five points behind fifth-placed Rovers.
Dearne & District are tenth in the U11 second division, and Thurnscoe United sit sixth in the U11 first.
Barnburgh and Harlington have endured a disappointing U15 premier season - winning just one game from 16.