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West Bowling aim to tame the Sharks
West Bowling look to book a place in round three of the BARLA Yorkshire Cup when they travel to Norland Sharks on Saturday.
The Sharks are unbeaten in the Hull and District League.
However, in the cup anything can happen and Bowling will hope centre Adam Reardon continues his rich vein of try-scoring to lead them to victory.
Forwards Connor Wood and Liam Martin make a welcome return.
In the Pennine League Premier Division, Wibsey Warriors entertain near-neighbours Halifax Irish.
The game should be a cracker, with both sides looking for a first win of the season that could lift them away from the foot of the table.
It's likely to be a tight affair with both teams having scored and conceded roughly the same points in their three fixtures thus far.
Luke Helliwell misses out. However, fitness permitting, coach Jason Hirst hopes to have Mark Darragh, Adam Jefferson, Si Sewell and Kyle Bateman available for selection.
Bank Top Harriers face a tough afternoon when they welcome leaders Sharlston Rovers.
Rovers are unbeaten so far and have both the most prolific attack and meanest defence in the division.
Queensbury are buzzing as they travel to Upton for their Championship Division clash after last week's superb cup win over Embassy.
Tom Ainsworth is a real danger to defences at the moment, while Arron Moore continues to catch the eye.
Odsal Sedbergh look to keep their promotion aspirations going when they take on Doncaster Toll Bar at Odsal Rec.
Josh Tordoff is the one to watch for Sedge. Wyke face a huge match when they meet fellow strugglers Dodworth at Wyke Rec.
Dodworth sit bottom, and a win for the Black and Whites could see them move up the table.
Simon Owen and Ian Watkinson have been in inspirational form of late and will provide the much- needed go-forward.
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