SLAITHWAITE Saracens and Newsome Panthers are set to go head-to-head in what has all the makings of a classic contest.
The Huddersfield duo meet at The Glen tomorrow in the first round of the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy.
And it's a game that could go either way.
Home advantage could prove crucial for the Saracens, who will be smarting after losing their unbeaten Pennine League Division IV record at leaders Wortley Dragons.
The Panthers, on the other hand, are in confident mood after thrashing Dearne Valley Bulldogs 54-0 in Division II a week ago.
That was Newsome's third win on the trot after they had lost five of their opening six games, so they should relish the encounter.
Third Division Lindley Swifts are also looking forward to this weekend's Trophy tie when they entertain Wortley.
The Swifts are the form side in the division and are hoping to give a debut to former Huddersfield Sharks prop Mick Mellor, who is pictured left.
They will be hoping he makes the same impact as former Giants Academy player Gavin Beaumont, who impressed in his first outing last week when Lindley won superbly, 58-10 at Selby Warriors, with winger Paul North among the tryscorers.
But the Swifts know they will have their work cut out against the Dragons, who have named former Leeds, Bradford and Great Britain international Karl Pratt in their squad.
It's been a tough start to the season for Meltham All Blacks, so they will be hoping for better luck on the Trophy front.
And that could certainly be achieved when they host fellow Fourth Division side Hollinwood.
Unfortunately, it's a different proposition for fellow Division IV side Underbank Rangers who have to travel to unbeaten Division III leaders Rotherham Roosters.
Just one Huddersfield side is in action in the senior competition, the Pennine President's Cup.
That's Division I leaders Moldgreen, who face the toughest possible challenge at Premier Division leaders Drighlington.
Moldgreen's second string are also in knockout action at Cowling Harlequins in the preliminary round of the Supplementary Cup, while St Joseph's A are at Hoyland Vikings A.
At the same time, St Joseph's first team entertain Illingworth in Division I, looking to make up for the disappointment of their quarter-final Yorkshire Cup defeat at East Hull Dragons a week ago.