MATTHEW Duce says his Bradford & Bingley side still believe they can win the All Rounder Bradford Premier League Premier Division title with a showdown against the current leaders to come.

Duce's side are in second place in the table, 22 points behind leaders Woodlands, with a potential title showdown between the two sides set to take place on Saturday, August 24.

But first Duce says Bingley are taking their title pursuit one game at a time, starting at fourth-from-bottom Undercliffe tomorrow.

Bingley had contrasting fortunes in their two league games last weekend. They suffered a shock 155-run defeat to Methley on Saturday when they were skittled out for just 87. However, just 24 hours later, Bingley returned to winning ways with a 105-run triumph over Hanging Heaton. Dan Revis starred with an unbeaten 101.

The Heaton clash was brought forward when it was revealed Wagon Lane would host the Bingley Weekender music event on August 30 with 8,000 spectators expected on the day when the match was due to be played.

Wicketkeeper Duce said: "Belief is there, we've just go to keep it going.

"If we can play the sort of cricket we have been playing consistently, I think we can still do it.

"There is still a long way to go in the season. We will continue at one game at a time.

"Undercliffe beat us in the 20-20 this season. They have some quality players.

"We've got to make sure we turn up and play like we did against Hanging Heaton and not how we did against Methley.

"We've got to take every game as it comes. But if we lose three or four games in a row, it will be hard, but we've got keep playing good quality cricket with bat and ball at a consistent level.

"We're rivals to Woodlands. We're playing them in three or four weeks."

Duce added his side felt the benefit of the re-arranged fixture last weekend, to rid their minds of the Methley loss.

He said: "We didn't play at our best last Saturday. It was nice for us not to have to have a week's gap to mull it over too much. We got it right the day after.

"We're playing up there all of the time. We are realistic and we know we have to keep winning.

"We are looking for Woodlands to take their foot off the gas and let it slip."

Elsewhere in the Premier Division, Woodlands travel to eighth-placed Townville, third-placed Cleckheaton go to Cleckheaton in fifth.

Hanging Heaton, who are fourth, host bottom of the table Methley. Farsley, who are sixth, entertain second-from-bottom Lightcliffe. Seventh-placed New Farnley entertain third-from-bottom Wrenthorpe.