The DI club to come out of Utah has not been certified, and won't be until after a game hastily scheduled for Saturday, April 21.
Utah RFU President Eric Norgate told RUGBYMag.com that he will be able to certify a league DI champion after Saturday. This all after the Utah Warriors filed a grievance against the Pacific Coast RFU when the PCRFU denied the Warriors access to the playoffs.
The upshot of that grievance was that no documentation existed that was readily available that defined a "season" or a "competition." The Warriors argued that they were Utah champions, having beaten Provo twice in games this spring. But with doubt surrounding the first match between the two (whether it was more than a scrimmage, and whether all the players involved were eligible), the Utah RFU decided that both teams needed to play again.
Utah's 17-6 win over Provo in late March stands. Now they play again to see who moves on as Utah #1 and the Pacific Coast #2 in the Competitive Region 1 playoffs.
That team, whichever it is, will host Santa Monica in a week.
You are the second person outside of the Beehive State to know that Provo and Band of Brothers are playing tomorrow in a match that will determine Utah #1 (PCRFU #2 in CR 1).
So going into this weekend the Utah Brothers hold an 11-point lead over Provo in the two-game series. Provo must win by more than 11 to advance. Utah need only lose by ten or less. A Provo win by 11 would result in a tie. Likely there is no documentation to decide what to do then, either.