A TOTAL of 15 former Bulls players and two ex-Cougars are taking part in tomorrow's Rugby AM War of the Roses Origins Legends clash at the Mend-a-Hose Jungle in Castleford (7pm).

Chev Walker (captain), Wayne Godwin, Andy Lynch, Lee Gilmour, James Lowes, Gareth Raynor and Lee Radford are the Bulls contingent for Yorkshire, alongside Cougars Barry Eaton and Darren Fleary.

Meanwhile, representing the red rose are Adrian Morley (captain), Paul Deacon, Iestyn Harris, Rob Parker, Toa Kohe-Love, Nathan McAvoy, Chris Bridge and Neil Harmon.

Preceding this benefit game for Michael Shenton and Morley will be a National Conference Roses match (3pm) and a junior rugby festival (5pm).

West Bowling coach Glenn Barraclough faces a familiar foe in the opposition dug out when West Bowling host fellow strugglers Drighlington in Division Two of a truncated Kingstone Press National Conference League programme.

"They are coached by Neil Cherryholme, who I first coached when I was 14 - it makes me feel old," confessed Barraclough.

Kyle Moore, who was one of three Bowling players injured in the opening 20 minutes of their 54-4 defeat at Saddleworth Rangers, starts a two-game suspension after being guilty of standing on an opponent during their derby at Stanningley on May 12.

Drighlington will be hoping to bounce back from a 24-18 midweek defeat at Dewsbury Moor Maroons.

Bradford Dudley Hill, who have another free weekend, have been fined £40 for an accumulation of disciplinary points.

In the Yorkshire Men’s League, Keighley Albion will be looking to improve on last week’s showing when they travel to the east coast to take on Hull Wyke in what promises to be a bruising Division One encounter.

Wibsey Warriors make the trip to Newsome Panthers in Division Two, while in Division Three, second-placed Brighouse Rangers will be trying to keep the race for top spot close when they welcome Elland in another derby. Birstall Victoria host Leeds Akkies.

Worth Village face a tough trip to leaders Crofton Sports in Division Four, where Wyke will be hoping to rack up the points when they take on Sheffield Hawks.

Wyke and Worth Village are both in action next Wednesday, when they face one another at Wyke Recreation Ground.

In Division Five tomorrow, in-form Birkenshaw Bluedogs take on Wyke Academy.

In the women’s game, Bradford Bulls travel to fierce rivals Leeds Rhinos on Sunday, hoping to get one over on the current Super League pacesetters, while in Championship Division One impressive Brighouse Rangers make the journey to Dewsbury Celtic.

Tomorrow, in Wheelchair Rugby League’s Championship, Keighley Cougars take on Hull FC, while Bradford Bulls go wheel-to-wheel with Dundee.