HANGING Heaton will hope to build some momentum and try to catch Bradford Premier League pacesetters Woodlands when they host mid-table Cleckheaton tomorrow.

The second-placed Batley side will no doubt have taken confidence from beating a young Yorkshire side in their midweek T20 showpiece at Wagon Lane.

The current leaders themselves have a home tie against Farsley.

Woodlands will have to be wary though, as their visitors are joint second for victories with reigning champions Pudsey St Lawrence, but sit lower in the table by virtue of bonus points.

Pudsey have struggled of late, picking up their first win at the weekend after two losses on the bounce.

They travel to a resurgent Lightcliffe who claimed a heavyweight scalp in Hanging Heaton at the start of June.

Townville host Undercliffe, while fourth-placed Bradford & Bingley head to Wrenthorpe.

Both New Farnley and Methley have found it tough to find form.

But one of the sides will have the chance to break their inconsistency when they face up against each other in Leeds.