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Old rivals Bowling and Queensbury meet in tasty cup tie
Queensbury, under the stewardship of former Bowling prop Andy Senior, are battling hard in the Pennine League Premier Division this term and, while they are too near the drop for comfort, they will see the tie as a temporary relief from a relegation dogfight.
The overriding motivation, however, will be to see off a Wests outfit that are riding high in the Championship Division and bid for a spot in the Odsal final at the end of the season.
Bury will be without Danny Sykes (hand injury), and Joe Walker will make his last outing before flying to Australia on work experience.
Bowling are at full-strength, with Nathan Marshall and Brad Fraser returning to the squad after injury.
Their cup pedigree is formidable with a Hamuel Reichenbacher Yorkshire Cup semi-final appearance already under their belt, and with ground advantage they will start as favourites.
Warriors are more than holding their own in the Premier and are a class act on good going.
The Harriers are also having a splendid campaign in the Championship, currently occupying third spot.
The big leveller could be the ground conditions, with the Lidget Green pitch likely to be very heavy following recent downpours.
Wibsey will give the ball plenty of air time, while Bank Top will look to their pack to rule the roost in what could be a nail-biter.
Queensbury A will be seeking a double success for the club by seeing off visitors Thornhill Trojans A in the second round of the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy.
Wyke look on course for a double over visitors Underbank Rangers.
The black and whites, who are fourth in Division Two, need to up their scoring tally to keep pace with the leading trio.
Clayton make the journey to Brotherton Bulldogs still searching for their first win this term.
Odsal Sedbergh are set to continue their good away form at Stainland Stags in Division Three, while Undercliffe will close in on Division Four leaders Siddal A if they take the points on their travels.