JONNY Reynolds says Baildon remain focused on returning to the top flight in All Rounder Bradford Premier League ahead of a crunch clash tomorrow.

Fourth-placed Baildon travel to Bankfoot, just one place and three points above them in the Championship One table.

Baildon travel to their promotion rivals with momentum following their five-wicket victory over East Bierley last weekend. Overseas ace Blair Oakley was the main catalyst for the Jenny Lane side's triumph with an unbeaten 58.

Skipper Reynolds said: "The team is as strong as we can be for tomorrow. I'm really pleased with how we have got on this season.

"We try to take every game as it comes. They are all important to us. We are confident in our own ability.

"Our dream is to get Baildon back to the top division where we feel like we belong. To be in the top division of the Bradford League is the ultimate goal.

"We are well aware the league is very compacted. That's been the case all season.

"Blair has benefitted with it being his second season with us. He has got used to the conditions. He contributes in every game for us now."

Meanwhile, Bankfoot chairman Greg Colehan believes it is a four-way tussle for promotion as the run-in creeps closer.

Bankfoot will be looking for a reversal in their fortunes after suffering a six-wicket defeat at Pudsey Congs in their previous game last weekend.

Colehan said: "We're disappointed to have lost the last three games. We always said it was going to be a tough division. Every team can beat every one else.

"Anything can happen during the of the season as everyone is taking points off each other. Batley are doing well and it's one from three or four teams for second place.

"It has been a rain-affected season."

Meanwhile, there is a top-of-the-table clash in the Premier Division when leaders Woodlands entertain Bradford & Bingley.

Woodlands, who have only lost two from 18 matches this season, are 29 points ahead of their title rivals.

Elsewhere, third-placed Hanging Heaton will be looking to stay in touch with the top two when they host Pudsey St Lawrence, who are fifth.

Townville, in fourth, will be confident of maximum points when they take on second-from-bottom Lightcliffe.

There is a mid-table battle when Farsley, who are sixth, entertain Cleckheaton, who are one place and three points behind them.

In other Premier Division clashes, New Farnley battle Undercliffe, while bottom-placed Methley will be looking to climb the table when they face third-from-bottom Wrenthorpe.