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Return of Steve Redmond and Jason Lee boosts Bradford Dudley Hill
Dudley Hill look to return to winning ways on Saturday after last week's narrow defeat when they travel to new boys Dewsbury Celtic in National Conference League Division One.
Influential captain Steve Redmond returns, while Jason Lee is available for the first time this season.
Kyle Borza and Aussie Cameron Gibson are also in contention for a place. Packmen Callum Dinsdale and Anthony Lawton are both out, however.
Wibsey travel to fellow Pennine League Premier Division side Slaithwaite Saracens in what is sure to be a tough encounter.
The Warriors will be full of confidence, however, after last week's cup win over West Bowling, and have Mike Derrick, plus flyers Nick Fontaine and Jimmy Rogers, in top form.
Bank Top will need to cause a huge upset at Premier Division leaders Drighlington.
The experience of Adam Mitchell will be crucial to any chance of success, and the role of Jimmy Banks at hooker is also likely to be pivotal.
Birky have a tricky test when they take on fellow Division One outfit Methley Royals from Leeds.
Methley are flying high in the league and, like Bank Top, Birky will need an upset to progress.
In the quarter-finals of the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy, Undercliffe Wildboars face a difficult journey to Barnsley outfit Dodworth.
Coach Richard Cousins will be looking for a big performance and will need hooker Isaac Brown and Willy Woodhead to provide the go-forward they'll need for victory. Wibsey Warriors A entertain Siddal.
In the Pennine League Premier Division, Queensbury welcome Thornhill Trojans and desperately need points to ease themselves away from the relegation zone.
West Bowling look to keep their push for promotion on track in the Championship when they take on Nevison Leap.
Forward Jonny Summers and half-back Liam Darville will need to be at their inspirational best to fend off a Nevison side who have promotion aspirations of their own.
In Division Three, second-placed Odsal Sedbergh do battle with third-placed Woodhouse Warriors as both sides aim to make ground on leaders West Leeds.