CALDY travel to Birmingham Moseley this weekend with National One survival in their own hands and a win in the Midlands will see the team survive after an up and down season at Paton Field.

The team led the way in the early part of the season taking the league lead in October after winning four out of the opening five fixtures.

The season took a turn in November and with a mixture of both injuries and poor form saw a slide down the table despite being able to compete losing seven games by five points or less.

Three weeks ago they travelled to the intimidating Darlington Arena to face Darlington Mowden Park knowing that victory was needed and results needed to go in their favour.

Coming from behind the victory was hard-fought and coupled with a win for Rosslyn Park at Cambridge brought Caldy back into contention.

When Rosslyn Park visited Caldy a fortnight ago the London side still had a slim chance of promotion to the Championship.

Despite being three points down at the break Caldy stormed the second half scoring three magnificent tries with the final from Mike Barlow after some great work from Man of the Match Callum Ridgeway securing the vital bonus point to achieve a two point cushion between the ravers and the bottom three.

Defeat would be unthinkable but If it was to happen Caldy would have to wait for the result of the match between Sale FC and Cambridge at Heywood Road, with the visitors needing the win to put pressure on Caldy.

The Birmingham Mossley v Caldy game kicks off at 3pm at Billesley Common.