DRIGHLINGTON are doing their best to stay above West Bowling in the nether regions of Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two.

Not only did they beat them 18-10 away from home last month, but Drig also ensured that they stayed two points clear of their derby rivals with a 22-20 home win over promotion-chasing Dewsbury Moor Maroons last weekend.

Although Bowling triumphed 38-18 at second-from-bottom Hunslet Warriors on the same day, West's coach Ryan Hunkin admitted before the return game at Drig tomorrow in a battle of ninth v tenth: "That Drig win didn't do us any favours."

However, he must be hoping that Bowling again show their potent mix of physicality and skill that finally saw off the Warriors with four tries in the final 15 minutes.

In the Yorkshire Men’s League, Keighley Albion face a tough challenge in Division One when they welcome leaders Heworth.

Queensbury were due to be in action at Oulton Raiders, but the game has been postponed due to a large contingent of the Bury squad being on a stag do.

In Division Two, Odsal Sedbergh are at home to West Hull, while Wibsey Warriors are on the road against King Cross Park.

Wibsey are also in action next Wednesday at home to Newsome Panthers.

In Division Three, unbeaten leaders Brighouse Rangers make the short trip to Elland, while struggling Birstall Victoria travel to Leeds Akkies.

In-form Wyke make the journey to Dearne Valley Bulldogs in Division Four, while their Academy team are due to play Wetherby Bulldogs in Division Five.

Birkenshaw Bluedogs, fresh off an emotional victory against previously unbeaten leaders Dewsbury Celtic at last week’s Max Blakeley memorial gala, are at Bentley A.

Hosts Keighley Cougars and Bradford Bulls’ wheelchair sides will face-off in the Wheelchair RL Championship tomorrow.