- Gosforth and Hartpury could book their place in the final
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The AASE League continues towards the business end of the competition with plenty still up for grabs in week three of the second stage.
Gosforth Academy will book their place in the AASE Championship Final with a victory over Worcester Sixth Form College.
Newcastle affiliated Gosforth inflicted a first defeat of the season on Oaklands College last week to move into pole position in North Pool, Division 1, going into the final week of group matches.
Worcester can also reach the Championship Final themselves if they overcome Gosforth on Wednesday and Oaklands next week.
Hartpury aim to retain title
Hartpury College survived a scare against Exeter College to continue their impressive run last week and the defending champions can book their place in the Championship Final with a win over Beechen Cliff School.
Meanwhile Exeter need Hartpury to slip up and an away win against The Henley College to book their place in the Championship Final.
In-form Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth I College need a victory in their home matches against Bishop Burton College to secure top spot in North Pool, Division 2.
Leicester Tigers affiliated Wyggeston have two wins from two matches in stage two and they are just above Northampton affiliated Moulton College.
Truro and Penwith College can secure first place in South Pool, Division One with a victory away at London Irish affiliated St Pauls Catholic College.
Second place St Pauls can leapfrog Truro and Penwith with a victory whilst SGS Filton College will be hoping a win over Ivybridge Community College will be enough to secure top spot.