There will be last-day drama in Redditch and South Warwickshire's Division One where the title will be decided in a clash between second and third.
Leaders Lodge Park have finished their fixtures and ended the season on 17 points, second place AFC Lions will play third place SCC Redolence next week and a victory will secure the title.
Redditch Cross beat Redditch Town 3-2 with two goals for Dan Peach and one for Sean Bailey.
SCC Redolence could only get a draw against Lodge Park which shattered their hopes of winning the league as a point just wasn't quite enough. Ryan Sproston (SCC) and Simon Ledgister (Lodge) both scored a hat-trick.
In the Premier Division Beoley Village finished their games by beating New Woodland Cottage 3-1, they have finished on nine points. CBH Fasteners beat Golden Cross 4-2.
Austin Ex Apprentices played their Birmingham FA Roger Wood cup final against AFC Jacks and took the game to penalties after the game finished 2-2, they lost the shoot-out 3-.
Thursday 11 May
BRT Terry Cup Final Austin Ex Apprentices 6 v 1 New Woodland Cottage 7pm kick off @ Studley Football Club
Sunday 14 May
Beoley Village 3 (Mario Prota, Sean Meek, Luke Kinley) v New Woodland Cottage 1 (Karl Surman), CBH Fasteners 4 (Nathan Davies, Sean Parish, James Morrall, Robbie Davies) v Golden Cross 2 (Mark Wilkes 2).
Redditch Cross 3 (Dan Peach 2, Sean Bailey) v Redditch Town 2 (Dan Wirges, Matt Turner), SCC Redolence 4 (Ryan Sproston 3, Matthew Wood) v Lodge Park 4 (Simon Ledgister 3, Terry Nolan)
Birmingham FA Roger Wood Cup Final
AFC Jacks 2 v 2 Austin Ex Apprentices (AFC Jacks won 3-1 on penalties)
Thursday 18 May
Golden Cross v CBH Fasteners Fixtures
Sunday 21 May
Premier Division New Woodland Cottage v CBH Fasteners Austin Ex Apprentices v Golden Cross
AFC Lions v SCC Redolence