BRADFORD City Women are without a game tomorrow as they gear up for next weekend's clash with fellow strugglers Doncaster Rovers Belles.

City will be looking to notch their first victory of the Northern Premier Division season against their 12-placed visitors.

As reported, they suffered a 20th league defeat of the campaign last weekend – losing 3-1 at Hull City Ladies despite taking an 11th minute lead thanks to Falone Sumaili.

Bradford (Park Avenue) are in action this weekend and have a West Riding County Premier game with Brayton Belles at Thornton Rec.

Bradford have played Brayton in every season since formation in 2007. Brayton still have the Rogers twins in their squad, but the one Bradford player from those days, Becky Teale, is suspended.

Elsewhere, Silsden travel to second-placed Yorkshire Amateur.

Division One will see its first games for a month as Ilkley entertain Leeds City, and Thackley visit Skipton.

Farsley Junior Firsts, who host Pontefract Sports and Social at Woodhall, possibly need only one point for the Division Two championship after beating title contenders Leeds United development and Ossett United Reserves in recent games.

In midweek, Guiseley lost to National League leaders Blackburn.

El Chiesielski, Kayley Hird and Monika Stube returned to the Vixens' side who, despite the 5-0 loss, are mathematically safe from relegation as they travel to Sunderland's Hetton Centre base.

Brighouse Town's game with Bolton was goal-less. They entertain leaders Burnley in a game that could decide the championship, and Leeds are at Chorley.