FENSTANTON go into tonights BIS League Division One champions verses champions match against Cambridge University Press Reserves knowing they will be playing Kershaw League Senior B football next season. They host the Division 1A winners after securing the Division 1B title with a goalless draw at local rivals Elsworth Sports last Tuesday. This seasons Hunts Benevolent Cup victors rounded off their regular fixtures with a 3-2 win at Cottenham United Reserves on Saturday, while they suffered only their second league reverse of the campaign 2-0 at second-placed St Ives Rangers 48 hours earlier. Next season will be the highest level that Fenstanton have played at in their history and is also a huge personal achievement for manager Dom Moody his fourth trophy with the club in two seasons. He also claimed the BIS League Division 4B and the Hunts Lower Junior Cup with Fenstanton Reserves last season. Kick-off for the game against Cambridge University Press tonight (Wednesday) is 6.45pm. Meanwhile, Needingworth Uniteds place in the Kershaw Senior A was assured for next season at the weekend that despite them not even kicking a ball. Other results going in their favour meant they finished in 11th position, ahead of an expected push for honours next season.