An eye-catching cup double over rivals New Farnley could be concluded by Brad Schmulian's Woodlands this Sunday.

Tuesday night saw the Bradford based side win by 58 runs to reach the T20 final and the same feat could be replicated on Sunday, with Schmulian's men taking on their league rivals once again in the Priestley Cup semi-final.

The two sides have been battling it out on all fronts, not just in the cup competitions, with New Farnley edging Woodlands out by 14 points in the Bradford Premier League's top division too.

So, a victory would represent a huge scalp for the latter and it would send a statement of intent to the side at the summit of the Bradford Premier League.

Looking ahead to the fixture, Woodlands' captain Schmulian said: "Regardless of who we are playing against, it's another semi-final so it is going to be a massive game.

"Ourselves and New Farnley have set the standards over the last couple of years, so it has brought on a new and exciting rivalry and it has continued into this season too. It was brilliant to get the win over them on Tuesday (T20), albeit a slightly different team to the one that's going to play on Sunday, but we played as well as we can and actually gave them a bit of a hiding, which was really pleasing.

"We now know we can beat them but they are a fantastic team, they're well organised and extremely balanced, so we'll have to be on top form to win.

"As players, we love playing in these kind of games because it means we have to be on top form. There is that added edge in a massive game and my players always look to step up to the challenge in front of them and it allows us to be at our very best as a team. I'm confident Sunday will be no different."

Despite booking their place in the T20 final on Tuesday, doing so in comfortable fashion, Schmulian believes the result might play into New Farnley's hands this weekend.

He said: "I actually think Tuesday's fixture could help New Farnley out because I think they'll have had a bit of a surprise with how well we played. My guess is that they won't have anticipated that kind of display from ourselves, so I think they'll be really fired up to get revenge.

"They'll be well aware of our qualities now, and they will also be aware of the fact we can beat them, so we are expecting another tight battle with them."

Schmulian's side are 14 points behind New Farnley in second in the Bradford Premier League and a second half of the season chase down is expected, but the cup competitions are just as important to Woodlands.

Schmulian said: "We will be looking to catch New Farnley in the league, that's for sure but we are extremely pleased with how we've gone so far in the cup competitions. They're important to us.

"We aimed high at the start of the season for these competitions and the Priestley Cup is a great trophy to win, so we'll be doing everything possible to reach the final."