EMLEY MOOR produced an incredible fightback to beat Thornhill Trojans in the first round of the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy a week ago.
And now the Division II leaders are set to resume their Pennine League challenge at Stanningley A tomorrow.
It would be a major shock if Pete Southwell’s side were to slip up.
But if they do, Newsome Panthers will be waiting in the wings to pounce and take over at the top, with a home victory against Dearne Valley Bulldogs widely predicted.
Lindley Swifts will need to be at their very best to hold on to second place in Division III when they visit fourth-placed Whitehall Warriors.
And if Swifts do slip up, then Slaithwaite Saracens are poised to take their place as they entertain the struggling Selby Warriors.
Underbank Rangers will look to stay in the chasing Division IV pack with a home victory over Queensbury A , which they should be confident of achieving.
But the task is far harder for Meltham All Blacks, who travel to Fourth Division leaders Hillsborough Hawks.
In Division V, Moldgreen A will be hoping for an upturn in fortunes when they visit Siddal B.
While in Division VI, St Joseph’s A host Cowling and Slaithwaite A are at Harehills in Division VII.