THREE Bradford stars will be in action in one of the highlight fixtures this weekend, the Women’s County of Origin match.

The Bulls’ Amy Hardcastle, Leah Jones and Savannah Andrade will be representing Yorkshire in the Origin game, which kicks off at 10.45am on Sunday at Bloomfield Road, Blackpool, where this year’s Summer Bash is taking place.

Meanwhile, Bradford Dudley Hill will be looking to bounce back from back-to-back defeats when they travel to East Leeds this weekend in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two.

Hill lost last time out and will be looking for a reaction as they continue their quest for promotion in 2019.

Fellow promotion hopefuls West Bowling will be looking for another victory when they head across the Pennines to take on Crosfields, while Drighlington need to find a result on the road at Eastmoor Dragons to get their 2019 campaign back on track.

In the Yorkshire Men’s League Division Two, Wibsey Warriors travel to Stainland Stags and Keighley Albion welcome Ossett Trinity Tigers.

There will be a feisty local derby in Division Three, with Birkenshaw Bluedogs taking on Birstall Victoria, and in Division Four there will be another big derby game with Odsal Sedbergh welcoming Clayton, and Wyke Academy are also in action at home against Leeds Akkies.