WEST Bowling could be top of Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two by teatime tomorrow if results go their way.

Following last week’s thumping win at East Leeds, second-placed Bowling welcome Shaw Cross Sharks knowing if they win and Ince Rose Bridge fail to beat Hull Dockers, they will go top with a vastly superior points difference.

Their opponents Shaw Cross are having a dismal 2019 and look at risk of suffering back-to-back relegations.

Bradford Dudley Hill were relegated with them in 2018, but are faring far better this season and continue their play-off push at home against Crosfields.

With four teams level on points and two points separating third and seventh, the play-off race is tighter than ever and Hill need a win to put themselves in prime position.

In Division Three, Drighlington head up the A1 to face Gateshead Storm.

Drig won the reverse fixture 50-0 and will be hoping for another cricket score to get their race for a play-off spot back on track.

While they head north, in the Yorkshire Men’s League Premier Division Queensbury travel in the opposite direction to face fellow strugglers Nottingham Outlaws in a must win game for both sides.

Brighouse Rangers welcome Oulton Raiders in Division One, hoping for a win to keep pace at the top end of the table.

In Division Two, unbeaten league leaders Wyke will be looking to make it 10 wins from ten when they welcome Skirlaugh Bulls, while Wibsey Warriors travel to Ossett Trinity Tigers and Keighley Albion are on the road at Stainland Stags.

Local bragging rights are on the line in Division Three when Birstall Victoria welcome winless Birkenshaw Bluedogs in what is sure to be a hotly-contested derby.

Division Four sees a top-of-the-table clash when Wyke Academy head to Doncaster Toll Bar, while Clayton are the hosts for their match against Greetland All Rounders.

In the NCL Alliance, West Bowling face Milford Marlins, and in the Wheelchair Rugby League Championship Bradford Bulls welcome Kent’s Medway Dragons tomorrow morning.

The YML’s finest will be in action on Sunday, when they represent Yorkshire Lionhearts in their first match against the Serbian national team as part of their UK tour.