Campion hope to continue their climb

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Lee Reilly takes on the Brighouse Town Res keeper in Steeton’s West Riding County FA Challenge Cup quarter-final win  Picture: Simon Pickles Lee Reilly takes on the Brighouse Town Res keeper in Steeton’s West Riding County FA Challenge Cup quarter-final win Picture: Simon Pickles

Third-placed Campion – who have lost only one of their last six West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division games – travel to Halifax Irish tomorrow.

A win could move them closer to second-placed Kirkburton, who are five points ahead but have played seven games more. Kirkburton entertain leaders Ovenden West Riding.

Tyersal have played fewer games than any of their rivals at the relegation end of the table and make the short trip to Salts – who have a seven-point advantage over their visitors but have played five games more.

Steeton’s only two games in the last nine weeks have been West Riding County FA Challenge Cup games. They are back in league action at home to Bay Athletic.

Division One leaders Hunsworth have two games in three days, beginning with a trip to fifth-placed Wibsey at Westwood Park, before meeting Thackley on Monday night at Eccleshill United’s ground in the semi-final of the Bradford & District FA Cup.

Ventus Yeadon Celtic – who lost second place in the division last Saturday when they were beaten 2-0 at Wibsey – entertain Salts Reserves at Dam Lane, while Lower Hopton – who moved into second place after beating Bay Athletic Reserves 6-0 – host West Horton.

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