NEWSOME Panthers should book their spot in the semi-final of the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy tomorrow.
The in-form Second Division side are at mid-table Division IV Drighlington A and it would be a massive shock if they failed to progress.
In the Premier Division, St Joseph’s should be too strong for Clayton, even though they’re on their travels.
Emley Moor will be confident for the visit of Ackworth in Division I, while Moldgreen host King Cross Park.
But the biggest game of the day is in Division II when second-placed Slaithwaite Saracens visit leaders West Gate Wolves.
In Division III, Underbank Rangers host Sharlston A, while Lindley Swifts are at Liversedge, and in Division V Meltham All Blacks travel to Keighley Albion A.
St Joseph’s A are at home to Westgate in Division VI, and Newsome visit Woodhouse.
In Division VII, Slaithwaite A go into their home game against Illingworth A on the back of a 46-32 Supplementary Cup triumph over Lindley Swifts.
In this handicapped competition, a Kyle Dyson try and Gavin Dyson penalty proved decisive in a tie in which the Saracens’ man-of-the-match award was shared between 16-year-old Jaydn Wood and Lee Hurd, who made an excellent return after knee surgery.
At the same time, Emley Moor and Underbank will lock horns.