18th November 2017, 16:22 | community
Sjevington Sharks have hit over 10,000 votes, while Cramlington Rockets are fast closing in on five figures as they bid to win £25,000 each in the Aviva Community Fund - here's how you can help their cause.
The clubs have been campaigning to pick up enough votes to reach the 'final' of their respective groups, which will provide vital funds to develop Rugby League in their areas.
It takes two minutes to register and vote.
Click HERE to register - and use your ten votes as you wish.
Cramlington Rockets want to 'Get Northumberland Rocketing!'
Register - and click HERE to vote for Cramlington.
The current RFL Community Club of the Year, they are aiming to take Rugby League further north than it has ever been before.
Their project is centred around the the creation of a brand new club called Alnwick Bears that will increase the sporting opportunities for local children.
Meanwhile Shevington Sharks want to develop a virgin field to provide a vibrant hub for sport in Shevington - with plans for playing fields, facilities, a kitchen and more if they are successful with their bid.
Register - and click HERE to vote for Shevington.
Cramlington Rockets - 9,977
Shevington Sharks - 10,200
Meanwhile, Devon Sharks, Merseystorm Wheelchair, Sharlston Rovers, Siddal, Wigan St Judes, Castleford Panthers, York Acorn, Crigglestone All Blacks, St Albans Centurions and Bury Broncos (x2) are all in the hunt for funding and need your help - find out more and vote below: