WALKERS ARMS will be looking to make up for last Sunday's disappointment when they meet Pak Rangers in the District FA Sunday Challenge Cup final at Marsden on Sunday (11.00).
The Colne Valley side lost in the final of the Sunday League's Rollinson Cup to GNG Sikh Temple, so they will be hoping to redress the balance by lifting Sunday soccer's major trophy.
But standing in their way are surprise package from the Kirklees Sunday League, Pak Rangers.
The Rangers are in their first season back in the League following a 10-year absence, and also in their first final, and they have done well to reach this stage of the competition, so they will be out to impress and get their name on the trophy.
But will they be able to hit form on the big occasion against a side who have been in several finals in recent years and who know they were below their best last weekend.
Anything can happen in finals, so Walkers can't afford to be complacent against a side who have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
On their way to the final Pak have beaten Crosland Moor All Stars 2-1, First Huddersfield 2-1, Woodfield Park 2-1 and GNG Khalsa 4-1,while Walkers have beaten Towngate 3-0, Irish Centre 2-1, Craven 3-1 and Birkby Amore 3-1.
Pak Rangers: Akhtar (M), Huusain (D), Hussain (A), Usman, Ahmed, Ghaffar, Safdar, Iqbal, Hussain (F), Khan, Leftisi, Ullah, Khan (S), Khan (S), Ali, Akhtar (J), Khan (W), Matyial, Shafat.
Walkers Arms: Day, Ruscoe, Dyson, Rothery, Broook, Allison (M), Ollerenshaw, Fawcett, Clarke, Allison (A), Cartwright, Turner, Biggs, Dickinson, Powis, Senior.
Referee: Kevin Blackman. Assistants: John Connolly and Ian Parker.
* Cumberworth United juniors are holding a second soccer tournament for 7s, 8s, 9s and 10-year-olds at their Birdsedge base on Sunday.
Forty-four teams have entered the competition which runs from 10.00 to 1.00.