Huddersfield's Pennine League clubs will be hoping there’s no repeat of last weekend’s icy blast tomorrow.
The planned games featuring Newsome Panthers, St Joseph’s, Lindley Swifts and Underbank Rangers were all victims of the weather, meaning they could face a potential end-of-season fixture backlog.
That could create problems for all the clubs, particularly as there could be much at stake in terms of finishing positions at the end of the current campaign.
Unfortunately, Second Division leaders Underbank are already frozen out this weekend as they have a bye.
But it’s a different story for the other three, who are desperate to strengthen their mid-table positions in their respective divisions.
The Panthers had their home game against Doncaster Toll Bar called off last week, and will be hoping there’s no repeat when they host Morley Borough.
And fellow Championship I club St Joseph’s will be looking for their trip to Halifax rivals King Cross Park to remain unscathed.
At the same time, First Division Lindley Swifts will look to strengthen their mid-table position, although an away assignment at second-placed West Leeds could prove tough.
Emley Moor are going well in Division IV, with their home triumph over Dearne Valley Bulldogs a week ago helping them climb the table after a slow start, so a home clash against second-placed Sherburn Bears will be a measure of how far they’ve progressed during the course of the season.
But the weekend test for Division V side Slaithwaite Saracens should prove far more straightforward as they host bottom club Moorends Thorne Marauders.
And Division VI West title-chasers Meltham All Blacks will be looking to maintain their winning run with another victory at mid-table Greetland All Rounders A.