THOUGH they haven't reached the point of no return, Bradford Dudley Hill are close to having to win the vast majority of their matches to survive in the Kingstone Press National Conference League.

With Elliot Cousins suspended for three matches for a head butt, Hill, who lost badly to fellow strugglers Ince Rose Bridge last week, must try and take inspiration from consistent full back Aiden Batey when the basement boys travel to Featherstone Lions tomorrow.

In Division Two, West Bowling, who are still looking to strengthen their squad, are coming off the back of a shock win against leaders Stanningley, and will be aiming to back that up and consolidate their place in the division at Crosfields.

Drighlington, who were the scourge of Bowling earlier in the season, are in danger of being dragged into a relegation scrap, so a win at Leigh East could be vital.

In the Yorkshire Men’s League, Queensbury got back to winning ways in Division One last week, and will be aiming to keep that form up when they travel to Skirlaugh Bulls.

Keighley Albion are also on the road, against fellow strugglers Oulton Raiders.

Albion are also away next Wednesday - against Hunslet Club Parkside.

In Division Two, Wibsey Warriors host South Leeds, while Odsal Sedbergh make the short trip to Newsome Panthers.

Unbeaten Division Three leaders Brighouse Rangers host Leeds Akkies tonight, while Birstall Victoria are at home to Elland tomorrow.

Wyke welcome Crofton Sports in Division Four, and Worth Village are at Crigglestone All Blacks.

In Division Five, emotions are sure to be running high when Birkenshaw Bluedogs welcome Heworth A - the side they were playing when Max Blakeley tragically died.

Wyke Academy are at New Earswick All Blacks A.

In the Women’s Super League, Bradford Bulls will be aiming to carry their form from last week’s Challenge Shield win when they welcome defeated Challenge Cup finalists Castleford Tigers.

In Championship One, Brighouse Rangers take on East Leeds.