FOLLOWING a blank Saturday Otley RUFC travel to Rotherham on Saturday hoping for a repeat performance of their 24-12 victory on Boxing Day at Cross Green.

The South Yorkshire side has had something of a revival and now find themselves sixth in the league just six points behind Otley.

They will be anxious to expunge the memory of being outplayed to the tune of being 19-0 down by the 43rd minute, three penalties from Simon Binns and tries from Neil Taylor and Waisale Sovatabua, who went on to add a second.

Rotherham replied with tries from No 6 Jonathan Pendlebury, converted by Ramiro Pez and winger Jason Keyter.

Rotherham have the division's leading try scorer in David Strettle who shares the spot with Bristol's Sean Marsden, both having 15.

Plymouth Albion's James Ptrichard, Sedgley Park's Jon Feeley and Birmingham and Solihull's Nick Baxter have all scored 12 tries. Otley's leading try scorer is Ian Shuttleworth with eight.

The division's leading points scorer is Bedford's Leigh Hinton with 274 with Exeter's Tony Yapp in second place with 262 while Otley's Simon Binns has 192.

Binns has a 63.21 per cent strike rate with his goalkicking. Of 54 conversion kicks he has taken 27 were successful and of 52 penalties he has taken 40 kicks were successful.

The Otley RUFC players' re-union will be in the clubhouse before the National League match with Plymouth Albion on Saturday, April 23. Chris Wright is selling tickets at £15 to include lunch.