Then on Saturday the Fourths are off to Bishop Auckland with Peter Wilkinson still desperate to score a try - if he does it will be the 34th season in a row that he has managed to cross the line.
It is also a game where Tony Wilson is threatening to celebrate his forthcoming nuptials with a cameo performance. That will mean Wilkie and Graham Frankland will be by no means the oldest players on the pitch.
The Stags look to defend the Pyman Cup against a Seaton side which has already beaten them earlier in the season. At Horden last week the pack struggled against a big home uinit, and it was a couple of Ryan Painter tries which secured the place in the final.
With Luke Mallinson in great kicking form, and Adam Larkin [above] back in action, the Stags coaches will be hoping for more ball against Seaton so the Cup can be added to the Shield which the Bucks won against the same opposition last week.
Stags Squad Meet at Seaton 5.30:
A Palmer R Wood A Dixon C Hadwen C Forest M Hogan J Corbett J Baggs A Barker N Myers P Henderson
R Painter D Tighe A Larkin P Hodgson P Moss D Thomas Z Southern P Miller M Boatman L Mallinson