Saturday's Yorkshire Premier League Play-off ifinal s the fourth to be staged since the formation of Yorkshire Premier League cricket in 2016.
Wakefield Thornes of Yorkshire ECB Premier League South were champions in 2016 and 2018. They were also beaten finalists in 2017 when Hanging heaton of the Bradford Premier League lifted the White Rose Trophy.
Neither of this year's finalists, Woodlands or Sheriff Hutton Bridge have previously played in the play-offs so a new name will go onto the White Rose Trophy.
A number of spectators have been contacting Yorkshire County Cricket Club with regard to arrangements for Saturday's game so here is all you need to know if you are coming to Emerald Headingley
1 Start time: 10.30am
2 Admission: This a free for all spectators
3 Car Parking: This is free in Car Park F which is in St Michael’s Lane between the rugby ground and the railway bridge. Unlike a county game there is no buggy service from Car Park F to the stadium as all of the vehicles are needed for the Prom on the Pitch event being staged on the rugby ground on Saturday evening.
4 Entry to the ground: This is through the main gate in St Michael’s Lane opposite the Yorkshire Cricket Centre.
5 Accommodation: Spectators will be accommodated in the East Stand, North East corner and Trueman Enclosure. The Emerald Stand and the Western Terrace are closed.
6 Carnegie Pavilion: Entry is limited to players, match officials and invited guests.
7 The pitch: Spectators are forbidden from climbing over the advertising hoarding and entering the playing area. Unlike a normal club game, nobody is allowed to walk around the boundary, except official photographers.
8 Security: Stewards will be patrolling the ground and will enforce stadium safety regulations. Please observe their advice at all times.
9 First aid: St John Ambulance personnel will be in attendance to deal with any issues.
10 Refreshment: Drink and food will be available from the Long Room at the back of the East Stand. sandwiches, pies and snacks/confectionary items.
11 Alcohol: Spectators may take up to four cans in to the ground but bottles and glasses are banned.
12 Match programme: This will be on sale price £1
14 Scoreboards: The electronic scoreboards will provide full details of the game and the match announcer will keep you informed of important information.
15 Sun: As it is forecast to be a warm day please make sure you take proper protection to prevent yourself from sunburn or dehydration.