THE draw for the quarter-finals of the Romida Sykes Cup has been put back a week.
Six second-round ties will not start until this Sunday after being rain-hit at the weekend, so Drakes officials have put the draw back to a week tomorrow, Wednesday May 27.
Only two ties are under way so far – at Delph and at Micklehurst.
Premiership leaders Delph & Dobcross are fielding at home to second-placed Scholes, who reached 56-1 off 25.3 overs before rain brought a premature finish.
Skipper James Noble was the man out for the visitors.
Opener Tom Love was 27 not out.
And at Micklehurst, Holmfirth were asked to bat and were 95-1 after 35 overs with skipper Gary Jakeman and No3 John Sadler at the wicket.
The ties which will start on the carry-over day of this Sunday are: Golcar v Honley, Hoylandswaine v Thongsbridge, Meltham v Elland, Rastrick v Emley Clarence, Skelmanthorpe v Hall Bower, Slaithwaite v Kexborough.
The draw had originally been scheduled to be made tomorrow.