QUEENSBURY have hit top form at exactly the right moment as they welcome Pennine Division Two Central table toppers Woodhouse Warriors to Asa Briggs.

Bury will be unchanged from the squad that beat Wakefield City 56-30 last time out and that could prove vital against the Leeds visitors who have only conceded a miserly 48 points in their four-match unbeaten start to the campaign.

The Bury three-quarter line is in form with Stuart Rubery and Aaron Moore rattling in the tries but all eyes will be on the family duo of playmakers Gregg and Brett Marriott who call all the shots.

Wyke coach Ian Wormald is also seeing light at the end of the tunnel after his charges picked up their first win at Birkenshaw.

The black and whites have scrum half Jordan Payton in tremendous nick and have no injury worries prior to welcoming unbeaten Oulton Raiders to Towngate.

Wormald therefore faces a stress-free selection with centres Tevin Campbell and Cameron Foster as well as utility man Brad Perl and hooker Scott Watson all available for a jersey.

Birkenshaw Bluedogs are seeking an elusive first success this term when they journey to the Wortley Dragons.

It’s a mystery why Birky, who are playing good organised rugby, cannot break their duck.

The return of influential stand-off Jarrad Toulson and Yorkshire prop forward Ben Mather could provide the impetus needed to start the climb from bottom spot.

Clayton will be fully refreshed after a week off when they take the field at Beeston Broncos with the Villagers nicely placed in third spot.

Both teams have won two outings so far but Scott Pendlebury’s boys who have games in hand are at full strength and are expected to return home with the spoils.

Brighouse Rangers belated start to the Championship season is resumed with a visit to top of the table Ovenden who are undefeated with four wins in the bag.