BRADFORD Dudley Hill continue their quest for their first victory of 2019 this weekend after last week's wash-out put paid to most league fixtures.

Only two games went ahead in the Kingstone National Conference League Division Two, meaning Bradford lost the chance to break their winning duck, with a draw and a loss to their name so far this season.

But Dudley Hill team manager Steve Wright isn't panicking and said his side won't be making any drastic changes with the season only two games deep.

He said: "I think we just need to slightly sharpen up a little bit on our concentration more than anything.

"Against Crosfields, first time out, we conceded four tries from kicks for silly reasons and the previous week (against Hull Dockers), it was the 84th minute when we conceded a try for them to equalise.

"I think the lads might have thought that it was done and dusted.

"We've played quite well, we've played quite an expansive game of rugby and scored some really good tries.

"There's plenty of positives to be taken out of the last two weeks and it's very early in the season, so there's still plenty to play for."

Dudley Hill will hope to rectify their situation when they welcome fellow strugglers Wigan St Jude's to the Neil Hunt Memorial Ground on Saturday.

The visitors are yet to register a point but Wright is well aware of their play-off credentials and expects a tight affair.

He said: "A few years back, both times we played there was two points in both games and they were both settled in the same way with a penalty in the last minute.

"Bear in mind, the game they did lose, they only lost by two points in a local derby to Ince Rose Bridge who are sitting pretty with three wins from three at the top of the league.

"So I don't think we can read a lot into their results. They're a bit like us in a sense that they've got quite a few stalwarts playing for them."

Elsewhere in Division Two, West Bowling welcome Clock Face Miners.

Bowling have only played once in the league so far this season, an emphatic 72-0 win over Askam, due to their Challenge Cup exploits, so will be looking to extend their winning start against struggling Clock Face as they push for promotion.

The quarter-finals of the Yorkshire Men's League Forty20 Cup have been announced and Queensbury will travel to face Oulton Raiders.

Brighouse Rangers have also made the last eight of the competition, and they welcome East Hull.

Wyke face New Earswick All-Black and Birstall Victoria take on Batley Boys in friendlies.