Pudsey Congs have been given a home draw in the semi-finals of the Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup – if they win their delayed quarter-final.

Congs should have travelled to Delph & Dobcross last Sunday but had already arranged a JCT600 Bradford League Twenty20 clash against neighbours Pudsey St Lawrence, so moved the cup tie to Sunday, June 22.

Victory there will put the men from the Britannia Ground against Huddersfield League side Kirkburton on Sunday, July 6.

The other last-four tie is an all-Central Yorkshire League affair between Methley and Townville.

There is also a delayed last-eight tie in the Solly Sports Crowther Cup, with Morley hosting Ossett on Sunday, June 22.

If Morley win, they will be at Hanging Heaton, while New Farnley – part of a potentially heavy Bradford League presence in the semi-finals – travel to Skelmanthorpe.