WIBSEY, elected back into the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division before the start of the season in place of Holmfirth Town. who had resigned, face a stern test on Saturday.

Their opponents at Bankfoot Cricket Club, where the Bradford club play their first home game of the season, are unbeaten second-placed Golcar United.

Leaders Salts, who are at Lepton Highlanders, will be seeking another victory, while Steeton, who had to settle for a point at home to Britannia Sports last weekend, make the short trip to Beck Lane to take on Littletown, who lost 4-0 at home to Salts last weekend.

Newly-promoted Thornton United, at DRAM Community, and Route One Rovers, at home to Wakefield City, will also be seeking maximum points to maintain their top-half places.

Division One pacesetters Ovenden West Riding will be keen to put League Cup setback at West Horton last weekend behind them when they visit third-placed Steeton Reserves.

Second-placed Salts Reserves host league newcomers Unita, while Bradford and Hunsworth, who are struggling at the bottom of the table, clash at Bradford Academy.