BRADFORD Dudley Hill play their biggest game for many years on Saturday.

They host East Leeds in an elimination semi-final in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two (2.30).

Hill finished the season in fourth, while East Leeds were fifth, but Hill completed the double over their rivals in the regular season, winning 26-24 away in March and 36-22 at home.

Steve Wright, Hill's team manager, said: "It is a good job that East Leeds are not the team that they were two or three years ago as they would have been title contenders, but it was still a good win at their place, while we dominated them at home.

"Aiden Batey has been outstanding for us all season at full back - the Bulls' Geoff Toovey was even looking at him a couple of months ago - while Dave Halley returned from suspension with a two-try, man-of-the match display last week.

"We are at strength and are hoping for a crowd of several hundred to watch us, especially if the weather is nice."

The other semi-final on Saturday is Wigan St Judes v Askam, with Hill hoping for an away win.

Wright explained: "If we win and Askam win, we will be playing them at home in the final on Saturday, October 14, but if we win and St Judes win, we will be going there s they finished higher than us in the league table."

In Pennine League Division Two Central, Clayton have an excellent opportunity to extend their winning run at Wortley Dragons.

The Dragons sit just one place off the foot of the table with two defeats from their opening two fixtures and should be no match for the Bradford outfit.

Even so there's always a big rivalry between Leeds and Bradford, and Clayton coach Scott Pendlebury will not be taking this one lightly.

Winger Danny Priestley is Clayton's danger man, thanks to his recent try-scoring exploits, whilst the return last week of xaptain Jamie Waterman is also huge boost for the club.

Ryan Wilkinson is in top form with the boot, and in Matt Baldwin and Devon Gurney, Clayton have numerous try-scoring options.

Things don't get any easier for Queensbury,with a hugely difficult game at home to leaders Eastmoor Dragons coming on the back of last week's heavy defeat at the hands of Oulton Raiders.

Eastmoor are unbeaten in their opening three games and score close on 50 points per game on average.

They also have an extremely mean defence, having conceded just 30 points.

Last week's dismissal of both John Farr and Robson Moore won't help Bury's cause, and their discipline will need to be impeccable to prevent Eastmoor from dominating.

Birkenshaw Blue Dogs also face a really tough test when they travel to Oulton Raiders.

The Raiders have made a strong start to the season and will be full of confidence following last week's mauling of Queensbury.

Birky will need to use all of the considerable experience of veteran Simon Owen and Jarrod Toulson to have any chance of halting the Raiders' march.

Ben Mather and Robbie Cass know their way to the try line, so Birky have some good attacking potential, Importantly a Birky win would see them move away from the danger zone.