WEST Bowling boss Ryan Hunkin has no fears ahead of their Challenge Cup Third Round tie after seeing his side thrash Askam 72-0 in their first league game of the season.

Hunkin admitted his boys are excited for their away clash with early Betfred League One leaders Hunslet, who have played a game less than most of their competitors but are still ruling supreme at the top.

Bowling's boss added: "We're in the National Conference Division Two, we've got nothing at all to lose. We can go there with a fresh frame of mind, we're confident in what we've done so far.

"We just want to go out there and test ourselves against the best teams possible and they're the best team that we could possibly face at this stage in the cup.

"So, we're looking forward to getting stuck into them and seeing how it goes."

The Bradford side put in an impressive opening day league performance at home to Askam on Saturday and Hunkin said they could have had more.

He said: "We're really happy. I thought with a bit more execution we could have put a bit more of a score on them. We missed about five kicks.

"But to start in that manner, we're very happy with that."

West Bowling beat Hammersmith Hills Hoists, the side named after a rotary washing line, in the first round and Ovenden in the second.

Meanwhile, Bradford Dudley Hill will be aiming to make the Neil Hunt Memorial Ground a fortress on Saturday after their 2019 campaign got off to the worst possible start last week.

Hill lost away at Crosfields in the opening game of Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two, and will be looking to avenge that defeat when they welcome Hull Dockers.

In Division Three, Drighlington will be looking to build on last week’s win as they travel across the Pennines to face Salford City Roosters.

In the Yorkshire Men’s League Forty-20 Cup, in Group One Queensbury face a trip down the M1 to take on Nottingham Outlaws, and in Group Four, Wibsey Warriors will be looking for back-to-back wins when they travel to Bramley Buffaloes.

In Group Seven, undefeated records are on the line when Brighouse Rangers welcome Wyke, and Keighley Albion will be desperate for a win when they make the journey to New Earswick All-Blacks.