WHILE one Bradford team are already promoted and now targeting the title, the other remains in a dogfight to clinch a home-tie in the play-offs in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two.

West Bowling crowned a fantastic season last week when they secured promotion to Division One, and will be looking to keep the good times rolling when they welcome Crosfields.

With just two games to go, victory will effectively secure the title as nearest rivals Ince Rose Bridge - who head to bottom side Askam - trail by two points but have a vastly inferior points difference to Bowling.

Bradford Dudley Hill face struggling East Leeds at the Neil Hunt Memorial Ground, with good form crucial as the play-offs loom. A victory for Hill, who are aiming for promotion 12 months after being relegated from Division One, would keep them in pole position for a home tie in the play-offs.

In Division Three, Drighlington kept their play-off hopes alive with a win over Eastmoor last week, and need to keep winning to stay in the race. They face a tough game at home to Heworth, who sit in third spot tied with three other teams.

In the Yorkshire Men’s League, Brighouse Rangers will be aiming to keep pace at the top of the table when they travel to Hull Wyke in Division One.

Division Two sees unbeaten Wyke head to second-placed Ossett Trinity Tigers, needing four more wins to record a perfect season, while Keighley Albion welcome Goole Vikings and Wibsey Warriors make the journey to York Acorn.

In Division Three, Birkenshaw Bluedogs head to Moldgreen, while it is derby day in Division Four as Odsal Sedbergh take on Wyke Academy, and Clayton host Queensbury A.

In the Women’s Super League, Bradford Bulls are away at Wakefield Trinity, aiming to keep in the running for a play-off spot, while in League One second plays first, as league leaders Keighley Albion travel to Cutsyke.