BRADFORD Dudley Hill will be aiming to make it four home wins on the bounce when they welcome Clock Face Miners to the Neil Hunt Memorial Ground on Saturday.

It is Hill’s fifth home match in a row in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two, and they are so far undefeated in their own back yard.

West Bowling bounced back from their derby defeat to Hill with a win last weekend, and will be looking to pick up another victory when they travel to Wigan to take on Ince Rose Bridge.

In Division Three, Drighlington will be aiming to get back to winning ways when they make the long trip to Cumbria to face Hensingham.

In the Yorkshire Men’s League Premier Division, Queensbury are on the road at East Hull, while in Division One Brighouse Rangers welcome King Cross Park.

In Division Two, Wibsey Warriors travel to Stanningley and Wyke are at home against Stainland Stags. In Division Three, Birkenshaw Bluedogs are on the road at Kippax Welfare.

In the NCL Alliance League Two, West Bowling travel to Dewsbury Moor and Drighlington welcome Shaw Cross Sharks.

Wyke Academy travel to Garforth Tigers and Brighouse Rangers Academy welcome Greetland All Rounders in friendlies.

In the Women’s League One, Keighley Albion are at home against Halifax.