BRADFORD Dudley Hill, in need of a lift after losing their opening four games in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division One, could have found it by signing an old boy.

Former England Lions international Nathan Kitson is back at Parry Lane, having last played there in 2014.

The 29-year-old stand-off or hooker has also played in the winter season for Birkenshaw and West Bowling and has tried his hand at semi-professional level with Keighley Cougars and Oxford.

Hill's first-team manager Steve Wright said: "Nathan has been talking to head coach Anthony Huby for a while and will go straight into the side for Saturday's home match against Skirlaugh.

"Although Nathan can play in several positions and has pace and a bullet pass that always goes into the bread basket, he will probably start at full back."

Next-to-bottom Skirlaugh are the only other team in the division without a win, having lost their only matches, but Wright has a word of warning: "We must keep an eye on half-back Reece Dean.

"He was with Toronto Wolfpack and was supposed to be the next big thing to come out of Hull at one stage."

In Yorkshire Men’s League Division One, Keighley Albion will be aiming for a first win of the season when they welcome Queensbury tomorrow night.

In Division Three on Saturday, Birstall Victoria kick off their season at Scarborough Pirates, while Brighouse Rangers host Kippax Welfare.

Worth Village welcome Sherburn Bears in Division Four, while in Division Five Wyke Academy face Heworth A.

Clayton continue their play-off push in Pennine League Division Two Central when they host fourth-placed Eastmoor Dragons.

Fresh off success in the Supplementary Cup final, Queensbury host fellow league strugglers Wortley Dragons, while Wyke will be looking to cement a play-off spot when they travel to basement club Wakefield City.