JACK Marshall went over for four tries in a 68-21 romp over Durham City to help Cleckheaton finish a commendable fourth in the North One East league table.

But with a league restructure taking place and only the top three sides guaranteed to go up, it means Cleck face an anxious wait to see if they get promoted or not.

They did all they could against Durham, and added to Marshall's quadruple were further tries from Thiu Barnard, Mikey Hayward, Josh Plunkett, Archie Rika- Rayne, Tom Hainsworth and Dom Brambani.

It was a special day for Ben Thrower too, who celebrated his 200th game for the club.

Frustratingly for Cleck, they finished level on points with third-placed Driffield, but with a worse points difference, and a single point behind Heath, who scraped into the top two with a dramatic 31-31 draw against Pocklington.