ST JOSEPH'S will put their Pennine League First Division title credentials firmly to the test tomorrow.
Coach Jody Shaw's side face an away trip to second-placed Crigglestone All Blacks, with a win putting them hot on the heels of leaders Kippax Welfare.
The right result would make it nine wins from 11 starts, while fellow Huddersfield side Moldgreen bid for a 10th success from 13 games this weekend.
And that should be achieved when they entertain Illingworth.
Obviously, the weather could take its toll, with the big freeze threatening another wipe-out.
But if the fixtures do go ahead, there are many intriguing clashes in prospect, besides those in Division I.
Newsome Panthers will be smarting from their Holliday Cup semi-final exit at the hands of St Joseph's.
They face another tough game tomorrow when they travel to Second Division title favourites West Bowling A.
However, there was enough in that performance against Joes to suggest they will give the Bradford side a run for their money.
And injury-hit Emley Moor will be hoping for better luck when they entertain Dearne Valley Bulldogs.
Slaithwaite Saracens resume their Fourth Division title challenge with a trip to Brighouse Rangers A.
At the same time, rapidly-improving Meltham All Blacks entertain Liversedge, while Underbank Rangers host struggling Wetherby Bulldogs.
In Division V, Moldgreen A are at Keighley Town A and, in Division VI, St Joseph's A are at home to Greetland A and Slaithwaite A host Wibsey.
There's also action for Lindley Swifts, who have a home tie against Whitehall Warriors in the second round of the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy.