Leaders Underbank Rangers will be confident of maintaining their Pennine League Second Division title challenge when they visit Kellingley Welfare tomorrow, writes Jonas Giaever.
Rangers have lost only once this season, against second-place CK Vikings, and they know a win over third-bottom Kellingley will help in their bid to push on for promotion.
Newsome Panthers are also on the road as they go to New Earswick All Blacks. Panthers are third from bottom following last week’s postponed match against Doncaster Toll Bar.
In Division I Lindley Swifts are looking to bounce back after their loss to Victoria Rangers last week. Swifts are third from bottom and are away at bottom of the league Siddal.
Emley Moor are home this week against Crofton Cougars, who are top of Division IV. Emley are currently sitting in the middle of the table, and a win against the league leaders would be a huge sign of intent.
Another side who sits in middle of the table are Slaithwaite Saracens in Division V. They are at home to Moorends Thorne Marauders as they look to extend their two-game winning streak.
In Division VI West, Meltham All Blacks are at home to Clayton A. The All Blacks are third and a victory would be a massive boost in their fight for promotion.
Tonight’s Floodlit RL Masters matches at Huddersfield YMCA’s Laund Hill ground has been postponed in order to save the drenched first-team pitch from further damage.