TWO games left but Church professional Ruven Peiris says his side are not feeling the pressure.
The Blackburn Roaders were disappointed that their top of the table clash against Haslingden was off on Sunday after the Bentgate side took over pole position in the Musbury Fabrics Lancashire League with their win over Todmorden.
Church now have a home game against Lowerhouse on Sunday followed by another home tie against fourth placed Rawtenstall the Sunday after on the final day of the season.
Church know they need to pick up the bonus points and hope Haslingden's opponents Burnley and Accrington do them a favour so they can clinch their first league title since 1962.
However Peiris, on 1160 chasing 1250 for the club record, says he is keeping calm.
"There is no pressure on me, the team or anyone else. We have got to keep calm," said the laid back Sri Lankan.
"We have two home games and that will be good for the spectators and we want to win and will be giving it our best shot.
"I have just got to make sure I do my best - but I am not thinking about the record just about helping my team win as a whole.
"Phil Sykes has been batting well and Mark Aspin has done well this season so we just have to keep it going and see what happens.
"It makes it a good finish to the season though with Haslingden, Church and Ramsbottom all up there.
"We know one defeat and we are out of it - but all the teams know this. I am looking forward to it - and I will be relaxed."
Neither Church or Accrington played on Sunday although Accrington said good-bye to Tama Canning on Saturday with a loss to Lowerhouse.
Canning has linked up with the New Zealand A side but he could only make 21 in his final game as they fell to an eight wicket defeat.
Enfield, meanwhile, got both their games in. They slipped to a 97-run loss against title challengers Ramsbottom on Saturday.
Pro Alviro Petersen top scored with 24 while Imran Abid took 3-32.
But they bounced back and overtook Rishton into third-from-bottom of the table with a win over their local rivals on Sunday.
This was despite 85 from Rishton opener Darren Eccles - with nine fours and a six - with Sam Hacking making a quick 35.
But Enfield skipper Mas Ahmed blasted 32 off 29 balls, Adam Bracewell fired a rapid 45 and Petersen made 38 in the morale-boosting win.
Accrington, with sub pro Mahmood Hahmid, can end Ramsbottom's title hopes on Sunday, Enfield are at home to Bacup while Rishton travel to Rawtenstall.