GEORGE Myers fired a vital century in Rawdon's narrow win over Follifoot last week, with he and Marcus Berryman (52) seeing their side home in a low-scoring encounter.

Third-placed Rawdon face leaders Otley tomorrow having already beaten them this season, and it was those two players, Berryman (4-39) and Myers (54), who combined then to clinch a four-wicket victory.

Their side are unbeaten in seven matches and the two teams would be closer had Rawdon's game against Pool not been abandoned with them on top.

Otley are 26 points ahead of their opponents though, and will be looking to move further clear of them and second-placed Burley.

Burley look to have a comfortable task, travelling to a Beckwithshaw side who look favourites to follow up last year's championship win with relegation.

Guiseley also look likely to go down and desperately need a win to drag Bilton into the relegation quagmire.

Struggling Pool face inconsistent Horsforth, while Ilkley will look to avenge an early season hammering at North Leeds. Elsewhere, Follifoot host Adel in a mid-table clash.

Hall Park and Tong Park Esholt are locked on 200 points at the top of Division Two so both will be hunting bonus-point victories when they face Colton and Olicanian respectively.

Meanwhile, the pair will hope rock-bottom Calverley can make it three consecutive wins to dent third-placed Collingham’s challenge.

Calverley’s two victories mean only three points separate the bottom three and the other two, Steeton and Leeds Modernians, face each other tomorrow, with Modernians buoyed by last week’s win over Addingham.

That saw Addingham slip behind in the promotion race and they will be looking to recover momentum at Ben Rhydding.

This could be an intriguing clash between two in-form overseas players – Benjamin Steyn, fresh from last week's century, and Alex Hentschke, whose 4-38 took him to 42 wickets for Addingham this season.

Saltaire should be too strong for Kirkstall, who have lost six of their last seven matches.

In Division Three, fourth-placed Bolton Villas visit second-placed Bardsey, who last week inflicted a first defeat on leaders New Rover. Villas meanwhile, were winning their fifth consecutive match.

They beat Harden, who entertain Skipton this week, while third-placed Green Lane host Shadwell and both should emerge victorious. Thackley have the task of trying to halt New Rover.

Finally, Menston can lift themselves further above the danger zone with victory at rock-bottom Old Leondiensians, with fellow strugglers Alwoodley needing to beat mid-table St Chads Broomfield.