WEST BOWLING start the post Glenn Barraclough era tomorrow with a bit of a cloud hanging over them.

Ryan Hunkin, who has been promoted to the No 1 coaching role having been assistant for three years, admitted: "I am not happy with the way that the players treated Glenn – he deserved a lot more respect from them than that – but now they have got to put their hands up and perform.

"We realise we have a big job in front of us but we had a good training session on Tuesday."

Hunkin is expected to go with a similar squad of players who lost 18-10 at home to Drighlington when they travel to East Leeds in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two.

Drighlington, meanwhile, host Cumbrians Askam .

Bradford Dudley Hill face a tough test at home to Thornhill Trojans in Division One and, although they have Andy Walker back from suspension, they are missing a couple of players due to a wedding.

Hill's team manager Steve Wright said: “Thornhill are a good side but we should have come away with a win at their place last month, with a bit more composure in the final third we would have.

"We have a couple missing at Egg's (Ben Parson's) wedding. We will soldier on though and with Andy Walker (nicknamed Cheese) returning, he is always capable of poaching a try.

"Thornhill were a bit shell-shocked with the performance we put in at their place and were particularly struggling cracking our scrambling defence.

"It's going to be a bit on the sunny side so we will have to manage our efforts in the boiling weather!"

In Yorkshire Men’s League Division One, bottom-placed Keighley Albion are looking to bounce back from a defeat last time out when they take on Allerton Bywater.

In Division Two, basement side Odsal Sedbergh welcome King Cross Park, and Wibsey Warriors host Boothtown Terriers.

Top plays bottom in Division Three as leaders Brighouse Rangers welcome bottom side Birstall Victoria, while in Division Four, Wyke make the trip to Crigglestone All Blacks and Worth Village take on Dearne Valley Bulldogs.

Wyke play again on Wednesday at Crofton Sports.

Wyke’s Academy side are also in action in Division Five tomorrow - at home against Bentley A.