In Pennine League Division One, Birkenshaw travel to a shell-shocked Wyke tomorrow, who they walloped 54-0 in the Bradford Cup last week.

Clayton’s appetite for points could prove to be bad news for visitors Keighley Town.

Queensbury, who are hot on the heels of table-toppers Slaithwaite Saracens, should have too much firepower for visitors Westgate Wolves while West Bowling A have centres Martin Tordoff (knee) and Gavin Buckley (hernia) back from injury when they seek the double at Illingworth, having won 42-6 in the previous meeting.

Something has to give when unbeaten Division Three leaders West Leeds welcome unbeaten Division Two pacesetters Wibsey Warriors in the second round of the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy.

Bank Top Harriers travel to high-fliers Newsome Panthers, vastly improved from their 44-8 league defeat in December, while Dudley Hill A visit Selby and Odsal Sedbergh travel to Dodworth.

Recently reformed Odsal Sedbergh A face a tough challenge at home to Queensbury A in the preliminary round of the Hudson Foster Supplementary Bradford Cup.

The mature Bury outfit used to regard the trophy as their own property for many years and will be determined to return to Grattan Stadium to retrieve it.