Bay Athletic are just one point away from retaining the West Riding County Amateur League title after a convincing win over Wibsey.
Damian Melvin gave Wibsey the lead but Kitson Gayle, Nicholas Jagger, Lincoln Adams, and Paul Pike turned the tables for Bay.
The Huddersfield side have two PREMIER DIVISION games to play in the final week of the season but are five points clear of Albion Sports, the only team who can catch them.
But second-placed Albion have a far worse goal difference, despite beating visitors Hall Green United 5-1.
Like Bay, they also had to come from behind after Ian Jackson put Hall Green ahead, with Jordan Missin (2), Arron Heywood (2) and Paul Helliwell on target.
Albion are realistically now battling for runners-up spot alongside Marsden and Campion.
Marsden, who led the table in the early part of the season, are currently third after a narrow 3-2 home win over Lower Hopton, who have finished their fixtures in fifth place.
But fourth-placed Campion, who could only draw 2-2 at Storthes Hall, still have a game in hand on the clubs above them and could still pinch second spot.
They need the results of their final two home fixtures - tonight against Golcar United and Wednesday when they entertain Wibsey - to go in their favour, before a final match against Albion on Saturday which could be a decider.
After their triumph over Littletown in the DIVISION ONE Cup final, Ventus/Yeadon Celtic concluded their league season in fourth place after beating Bronte Wanderers 4-3.
Terry Hargreaves netted twice to add to other goals from Adam Turner and Jonathon Hicks, with David Armitage, Dave Armstrong and Munzir Nazir replying for Bronte.
Tomorrow night's DIVISION TWO Cup final between Emley and Rawdon Old Boys takes place at Littletown's Beck Lane ground in Heckmondwike (7.00).
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