WOODLANDS may have completed the league and cup double but they are not done yet in their hunt for silverware this season.

Having cruised to the Bradford Premier League title - their first since 2012 - and also won the Priestley Cup, the Oakenshaw outfit are going for a treble.

As champions of the Premier Division, they will now represent the league in the Yorkshire ECB Premier Leagues play-offs.

They host Yorkshire South Premier League champions Doncaster Town in tomorrow's semi-final at Albert Terrace (11am).

A place in the prestigious final at Headingley on Saturday, September 21 awaits the winners against either Richmondshire or Sheriff Hutton Bridge.

Richmondshire won the North Yorkshire & South Durham League, while Bridge triumphed in the Yorkshire Premier League North.

All four sides are competing in the competition, introduced in 2016 following the restructure of league cricket in the county, for the first time.

All-conquering Woodlands will no doubt be full of confidence but visitors Doncaster will not be easy.

They ended three-time Yorkshire South Premier title winners Wakefield Thornes' reign this season, Wakefield having also been crowned Yorkshire champions twice, including last year.