THE weather has claimed another victim, with the Bradford Amateur Rugby League cup finals, due at Odsal on Saturday, being postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.

The Jack Senior Memorial Cup final between Wibsey Warriors and Wyke and the Hudson Foster Supplementary Cup final between Queensbury and Clayton have now been re-arranged for Sunday, April 28, with the same kick-off times of 3.30pm and 1.30pm respectively.

Bradford Dudley Hill and West Bowling have both lost their opening two matches in the Kingstone Press National Conference League, so the pressure is starting to mount.

Bowling are at home to Division Two leaders Askam, who have played three, won three, on Saturday, but the hosts have been boosted by re-signing Liam Darville and Liam Coe from Hemel Stags.

"Appaently it wasn't all that it was cracked up to be down there," said coach Glenn Barraclough, who will also have Tony Milburn available for the back row.

Hill, whom have Ryan Dickinson back from suspension, host Lock Lane in Division One, and Hill's manager Steve Wright said: "It is a notoriously difficult division to get out of and a notoriously difficult division to stay in as can be seen by the small mrgains in matches."

Drighlington make the short trip to Stanningley, aiming to pick up their first points of the season in Division Two.

This weekend sees the start of the Yorkshire Men’s League season, with two Bradford sides in actions.

In Division One, Keighley Albion will be hoping for the perfect start when they welcome Castleford-based team Cutsyke Raiders.

Odsal Sedbergh welcome Stainland Stags in Division Two.