LOCAL rivalries will be at a premium when Bradford amateur clubs have their afternoon in the sun (or showers) tomorrow at Odsal Stadium.

First up is the Hudson Foster Supplementary final, where the bragging rights are at stake between Queensbury and Clayton (1.30pm).

Then follows the main event – the Jack Senior Memorial final, which pitches near-neighbours Wibsey Warriors and Wyke against each other (3.30pm).

Rather like the weather at the moment, this is a battle between summer and winter, with Wyke having finished their Pennine League season strongly, while holders Wibsey haven’t started their Yorkshire Men’s League season yet.

Meanwhile, Bradford Dudley Hill continue to search for a first win of the season in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division One.

Hill, who are Leigh Miners’ Rangers, went down to Skirlaugh last week and are rooted to the foot of the table, being the only side not to register a win in their division.

In Division Two, Drighlington face a long trip to Cumbria against second-placed Askam, hoping to pick up their second win of the season.

West Bowling welcome Crosfields, with both sides in mid-table and level on points, although Bowling have two games in hand.

In Yorkshire Men’s League Division One, unbeaten Queensbury host table-toppers Heworth, who are also yet to lose so far this season.

In Division Two, Odsal Sedbergh face a trip to West Hull to take on the league’s leading side, who are three from three so far this season, while, in Division Three, Birstall Victoria welcome Brighouse Rangers.

Also tomorrow, Bradford Bulls host Keighley Cougars in a Wheelchair RL game at 10am.

Both sides lost their first games of the season and will be hoping to get back on track.