ROCHFORD Hundred complete their first ever National Two South season at home to table-topping Esher tomorrow.

Esher, who head into the game four points clear of second placed Redruth, will be aiming to make sure of the title at Magnolia Road.

And Rochford’s head coach Danny Cleare knows his side are facing a tough final day.

“We couldn’t finish with a harder game playing top of the league with their promotion on the line so it’s going to be tough,” said Cleare.

“But regardless of the result it’s important we try and finish with a performance we can be proud of.

Rochford will end the season in 14th place and, with no relegation this season, they will still be in National Two South next term.

Elsewhere this weekend, Westcliff head to Dings Crusaders for their final fixture of the campaign.

Westcliff remain bottom of the table despite Saturday’s local derby win against Rochford.