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Wibsey bidding to dent Dalton record
Wibsey Warriors face a tough task as they bid to reach the semi-finals of the Barla National Cup on Saturday.
They must overcome Cumbrian visitors Dalton, who are unbeaten this season.
Wibsey coach Jason Hirst will be grateful of home advantage at Northfield Road and has players such as Mike Derricks and Nick Fontaine who can cause any side problems.
Hirst will give late fitness checks to both Nick Walker and Neil Sutcliffe.
A win for Bowling would narrow the gap on the leaders to just two points.
Bowling, who have a game in hand on their hosts, hope to have Richard Lumb back after a thigh strain along with Aidy Leek and Liam Brown. Keighley could welcome back prop Danny Snowden, who has been released from his contract with Cougars.
Bank Top Harriers have a chance to climb the table if they can defeat Moorend Marauders.
The Harriers should have too much firepower for a Doncaster side with a leaky defence. James Banks is the current Harriers danger man.
Clayton have a tough test in Division Two when they host leaders Illingworth. A major upset is required if Clayton are to beat the Halifax side who have scored over 500 points this season.
Wyke travel to Emley Moor for what promises to be a close fought affair. Victory for Wyke would help them gain ground on the top two.
Odsal Sedbergh look to maintain second spot in Division Three at
Littleborough. Sedge have Robert Priestley and Andy Gabriel in great form and will expect nothing less than victory.