AFC EMLEY go into their Northern Counties East League clash with Leeds Carnegie at the Welfare Ground tomorrow (3.00) buoyed by a knockout victory over Yorkshire Main.
The Doncaster side, who play in the Central Midlands League, were seen off 3-0 in Wednesday’s Sheffield Senior Cup first-round clash.
Mark Townsend, Lee Hill and Steve Kenworthy were on target for Ian Banks’ side, who are fourth in the NCEL First Division, three points behind leaders Askern Villa with a game in hand.
Carnegie, based at Farsley Celtic’s Throstle Nest ground, are fifth, on the same 13-points mark as the Huddersfield side.
Emley are unbeaten in four, but were disappointed only to draw with basement side Eccleshill United last Saturday.
l Two Huddersfield v Halifax clashes will have a big say on the situation at the top of the West Riding County Amateur League at close of play tomorrow.
Leaders Bay Athletic head for Ovenden WR seeking an eighth win of the season while third-placed Golcar United host Halifax Irish, also at 2.30.
Marsden, in second, are at home to Bradford side Campion.
Elsewhere, it’s Storthes Hall v Wibsey and Tyersal v Meltham Athletic.
l District League leaders Lepton Highlanders head across the Pennines to Uppermill aiming to return with their 100% record intact.
Second-placed Newsome WMC go to Britannia Sports.