AFC EMLEY aim for a bounce-back win at home to Selby tonight, while it’s a busy evening for fellow Toolstation Northern Counties East League club Brighouse Town.
Emley go into their First Division game in 10th place, having had to wait seven days to right the wrongs of a 1-0 loss at Hemsworth.
While Darren Hepworth’s men were without a game on Saturday, leaders Shaw Lane Aquaforce thrashed Dinnington 9-0.
There’s now a nine-point gap between Emley and Shaw Lane, but the Huddersfield side have two games in hand.
Brighouse are in Premier Division derby action at Liversedge after a 1-0 loss at Basford United left them 12th.
Meanwhile their reserves aim to make it four wins from four in the Galaxy Lancashire League East Division when they host Ossett Albion.
Both keepers, Brighouse’s Jacob Giles and Basford’s Ali Barcherini, were busy throughout Saturday’s game in Nottingham.
The crucial goal came from Theo Smith just two minutes into the second half, and Basford stood firm as Brighouse pushed for a leveller.
Victory at 15th-placed Liversedge would be a big boost ahead of Saturday’s FA Cup first qualifying round clash with Crook Town at the Dual Seal Stadium.
Brighouse’s second team have so far beaten Liversedge, Nelson and Eccleshill to be second to FC United of Manchester, who have won four from four.
AFC Emley Reserves are fourth after a win (4-2 at Nelson) and a draw (2-2 at Ossett Town) and are next in action away to Hyde on Thursday.
Brighouse Town Ladies drew 2-2 at Malet Lambert in their second North-East Regional Women’s League Southern Division match.
Sonni Sweeney and Amy Heselden put Brighouse in the driving seat, but the Hull-based hosts pulled a goal back before the break and forced a late equaliser after the visitors missed a couple of decent chances.