Testers for Tyersal as they bid to remain in top flight

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Glynne Beale, right, has a crucial set of fixtures for Tyersal before new year Glynne Beale, right, has a crucial set of fixtures for Tyersal before new year

Second-from-bottom Tyersal, who have played fewer games in the West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division than any other club, can concentrate on preserving their top-flight status now they have been eliminated from all cup competitions.

However, their three games until the end of the year could not be more difficult.

On Saturday, Tyersal have a visit from second-placed Littletown, who have only lost one of their last six league games - a 2-0 reversal to Campion.

And then either side of Christmas, they will host Steeton before visiting local rivals Salts.

Campion, who have played only one league game more than Tyersal, will start their run-in to the end of the year with home games against Salts this weekend and Halifax Irish on Saturday week before visiting Steeton on Saturday, December 28.

Steeton will start their three-match run-in to the year end with a trip to Storthes Hall, who are just two places and one point above them.

Hunsworth, who lead the way in Division One, entertain Lower Hopton at East Bierley (2.00), while second-placed Ventus Yeadon Celtic host Campion Reserves at Dam Lane..

* The West Riding County Amateur League’s FA Inter-League Cup quarter-final away to the Isle Of Man League has been arranged for Saturday, January 25 at 'The Bowl' in Douglas (2.00).



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