IN-FORM Moldgreen and Crigglestone All Blacks were massive rivals in Division II of the Pennine League.
Now the duo are ready to go head-to-head tomorrow in a top-of-the-table clash in Division I.
Both sides have won their opening two encounters, with Moldgreen hoping home advantage counts.
And that’s also the case for St Joseph’s who entertain New Earswick All Blacks in the Premier Division.
Coach Jody Shaw’s side suffered a baptism of fire in the top flight a fortnight ago when they were beaten 50-4 by leaders Sharlston.
But they hope a weekend off will stand them in good stead when they face their visitors from York.
Newsome Panthers are standing proud at the top of Division II and hope to make it three wins out of three at Rotherham, while Emley Moor go for win No2 at Boothtown.
In Division III, Lindley Swifts hope to maintain a 100% record at home to Hoyland, while Slaithwaite bid to open their account when they entertain Elland.
In Division V, Moldgreen A travel to Keighley Town A, and in Division VI St Joseph’s A visit Whitworth.
And Slaithwaite A travel to New Earswick A in Division VII.