IT'S all happening at Widnes Rugby Union Club - making for the most hectic end to a season on record.
On the agenda is a championship celebration at first-team level plus three county finals, a national semi and the staging of a county game in the age groups.
This Saturday sees the 1st XV bid farewell to South Lancs-Cheshire One as champions.
They play their final game of an historic promotion-winning season, entertaining Northwich.
Immediately afterwards, at about 4.30pm, the club's Colts side kick off their National Plate semi-final at home to Devonport Services, Royal Navy/Marines side from Plymouth.
The final is at Northampton Saints' Franklin Gardens on Monday, May 3.
Secretary John Loughnane said: 'We'll be having a buffet before the first-team game to celebrate the title win and present awards to the 12 Juniors and Colts who have played representative rugby this season.'
Tickets for the function, which starts at 1.30pm, are £6.
Sunday, April 18 sees a county double-header for two of the junior teams at the Wids.
The Under 13s play West Park at Eccles in the final of the Lancashire Plate, a competition the club has have never won. Meanwhile, the Under 16s take on Aspull in the Lancashire Cup final at Vale of Lune.
Should they win, they will become the first team to ever win the competition four years in a row.
On Thursday, April 22, Lancashire U14s play North Wales at Heath Road with two Wids players in the side.
And on Sunday, April 25, Heath Road's Colts play Preston Grasshoppers in the Lancashire Cup final - venue to be decided.
'It's a competition we last won 26 years ago with the likes of Tony Myler in the side,' added John Loughnane.