OLD Parkonians will want to complete what has otherwise been a disappointing season with a win over mid-table Benfleet.

The Old boys, who lost a number of key players last summer go into the final weekend of the 2008 campaign sitting third from bottom.

Bob Curtis' men were lucky to escape with a draw on Saturday against fellow strugglers Ongar, having had just one wicket left while they were 62 runs short of the Love Lane men's 199 total.

In fact the Oakfield outfit have secured just two league wins all season, but know they will be in with a real chance of ending with a win against one the sides they were victorious against earlier in the campaign.

Back in June Old Parks had skittled Benfleet all out for just 152, and were able to hit off the winning runs for the loss of seven wickets.

And a repeat of that result would certainly be welcomed by Curtis and his troops tomorrow.