After last weekend's virtual washout, the West Riding County Amateur League will be hoping for a clear run of fixtures on Saturday.

Leaders Golcar United, who require eight points from their final four games to secure the title for the second successive season, hope to take a step closer their goal at bottom-placed Huddersfield rivals Lepton Highlanders. Golcar also require only two goals to take their tally of goals to a century.

Route One Rovers face a long run in to the end of the season, with six league games and two semi-finals to fit in before the end of April. Tomorrow they host TVR United at Esholt.

PFC host Lower Hopton at Bradford University, and Steeton Reserves welcome Ryburn United.