THE inaugural Examiner Twenty/20 Trophy is down to the last four teams, who will be competing for a final spot tonight.
Cedar Court Conference side Clayton West are undoubtedly the underdogs, although they are visiting Premiership strugglers Scholes, and having already put out Emley Clarence and Shelley, will fancy their chances of gaining a hat trick of top fight scalps.
It will also mark an early return to Chapelgate for Nick Sharp, who transferred back to his original club only a week ago and will be eager to show his true form.
Although still without a league victory this season, Scholes have accounted for Delph, Micklehurst and Linthwaite on the way to the semi-final and will be keen to extract something from this troubled term.
The other semi-final is at Honley, where the reigning League and Cup champions entertain the enigmatic Golcar in what has the potential to be another cracking game.
Honley have had it pretty easy on the way to the last four, with early games against Conference opponents Kirkburton and Kirkheaton, followed by an easy win over struggling Hall Bower in the quarters.
Golcar, at least on paper, have a side capable of troubling anyone, as they proved with a great all-round team performance, led by Micky Illingworth (right) in the quarter-finals when they knocked out an in-form and full-strength Elland.
The matches start at 6.30pm. However, should rain prevent play, next Tuesday night has been earmarked as a contingency day.