ECCLESHILL United will be hoping for more derby success tomorrow after hammering neighbours Liversedge 6-0 in the Toolstation Northern Counties East League Premier Division last weekend.

They have the chance to secure more local bragging rights when they welcome Bradford rivals Albion Sports, who are aiming to bounce back after suffering three consecutive heavy defeats.

Meanwhile, Sedge have a great chance to put their Eccleshill embarrassment behind them as they host rock-bottom Goole AFC.

Thackley's four-game unbeaten run ended last Saturday with a heavy home defeat to Handsworth Parramore and they face another tough task tomorrow, with a visit to high-flying Bridlington Town.

Farsley Celtic beat Scarborough Athletic 2-1 in an Integro Sport League Cup Third Round tie on Wednesday and will hope to use that win as inspiration ahead of their Evo-Stik Premier Division home game against Basford United tomorrow.

The Celts went behind in midweek thanks to a Boro penalty, but equalised just before the break as Luke Parkin bundled in from close range.

Jimmy Spencer hit the winner for Farsley on the hour mark, curling the ball beyond the keeper after great hold up play from Nathan Cartman.

Their attention now turns to league action, with the Celts currently just a point ahead of Basford, who sit fifth. The visitors have the best home record in the division, but have only won twice on the road.

Brighouse Town extended the contract of promising young defender Kurt Harris this week, and that good news should put them in high spirits ahead of their Evo-Stik East visit to the world's oldest club, Sheffield FC.

Town are still very much in the promotion hunt, sitting fourth with 30 points after 17 games.

Silsden have only won one Hallmark Security League Premier Division game since September and they also saw their brave FA Vase run come to an end last week with a 3-0 defeat to Northwich Victoria.

They face a tough ask to lift the gloom this weekend, as they visit third-placed Runcorn Town.

Finally, Steeton earned an impressive home point against Lower Breck last week, and they will hope to pick up all three at Cougar Park tomorrow, with struggling Ashton Town the visitors.