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West Bowling primed for local derby contest
A victory would enable Bowling to leapfrog their local rivals in the Premier Division table, having gained a win and a defeat from their two games to date.
Scrum half Max Trueman is in sparkling form, while Ethan Ryan and Elliott Cousins have been racking up plenty of points between them.
Winless Wibsey Warriors have a tough test at home to leaders Sharlston Rovers, who boast a 100 per cent record from three games.
Warriors coach Jason Hirst will have his men fired up for the challenge but knows they will need to be at their very best to pick up the points.
Forward Harry Hall is key to their defence, while Neil Wall has the attacking flair to trouble any side.
Bank Top Harriers finally get their league campaign off the ground with a tricky home game against Queens.
The Harriers had an excellent win in the Yorkshire Cup last time out against a strong Chequerfield Rangers outfit and will be full of confidence. Adam Mitchell should be the man to watch.
Queensbury welcome Slaithwaite Saracens in a Championship Division clash between two sides with similar records from their two games to date.
Coach Andy Senior will be looking for a return to winning ways after a home defeat to leaders Methley last time out.
Gareth Chambers is in outstanding form for Queensbury, while Arran Moore’s strong running has troubled a number of defences this season.
Birkenshaw should prove too strong for winless hosts St Joseph’s in Championship Division One.
A victory would see Birky move joint-top on points, although leaders Illingworth – without a game this weekend – have a superior score difference.
Third-placed Odsal Sedbergh welcome early strugglers Selby Warriors to the Recreation Ground in Division One.
Sedge should have too much firepower for a Selby side with a leaky defence and, with Luke Sellers and Chris Walsh in the side, it could be a chance to put plenty of points on the board.
Wyke will be hopeful of securing a first win as they travel to Doncaster Toll Bar. The impressive Jimmy Wain is Wyke’s dangerman with his elusive running from full back.