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In-form Wibsey Warriors target hat-trick win
Wibsey Warriors have the chance to continue their recent good form and progress to the semi-finals of the Pennine President’s Cup when they welcome Thornhill Trojans to Northfield Road.
The Warriors have won their last two games and coach Jason Hirst will be looking for more of the same against the Dewsbury outfit tomorrow.
Ryan Smith is on fire at the moment, while Jimmy Rogers is also in great form.
In the quarter-final of the Pennine Supplementary Cup, something has to give when unbeaten Division Four leaders Victoria Ran-gers meet Division Seven top dogs Illingworth A, who also have a 100 per cent record.
Vic’s prolific marksman Aiden Scully will have a huge say in the outcome.
In the Pennine League Premier Division, a win for West Bowling over Halifax Irish would see them move up the table.
The Halifax side are struggling badly this season with just a solitary win to their name and Bowling should have too much firepower for their local rivals.
Jordan Laban and Gareth Cullington return for Bowl-ing while Richard Lumb is also available. BARLA international Ashley Hutch-inson faces a late fitness test after being absent for several months with injury.
Queensbury could edge themselves into the top half of the Championship if they can overcome Dews-bury Moor at Hilltop.
John Farr is in fine try-scoring form and Sam Cheney will be one to watch following on from his man-of-the-match display last time out.
As always, their influential player-coach Andy Senior will lead from the front.
Clayton entertain Division Two leaders Stainland Stags as they go looking for their first points of the campaign.
Clayton have a real tough ask against the Stags, who boast the most prolific attack in the division as well as the meanest defence.
Dudley Hill look to get back to winning ways and keep in touch with the leading pack in National Conference League Division Two when they entertain Waterhead at Parry Lane.
Benoit Rogers is the current Hill dangerman and was impressive in the defeat to Stanley last week.
Coach Kenny Smith has a number of players returning to the fold and will have the benefit of selecting from close to a full-choice squad.
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