THE destination of the Taylor's Timber West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division championship has swung very much in favour of Lower Hopton after last weekend's surprise defeat of Littletown at home to Honley.

The Mirfield-based club have five of their last six fixtures at home, but four of them are against their rivals for top spot.

On Saturday, they host fifth-placed Steeton, who are only two points adrift and cannot be ruled out of lifting the title themselves.

Littletown, who dropped two places fourth, will be hoping that their 42-goal striker Joe Jagger is on goal-scoring form at third-placed Golcar United.

Leaders Newsome can only watch as they are involved tomorrow night  in a Huddersfield & District FA Challenge Cup semi-final against Lepton Highlanders.

Salts will be playing their final home league game of the season against  Campion.

The top of Division One is almost as tight as the Premier Division.

Leaders Route One Rovers, who reached the Division One Cup final with a 4-2 home win over Thornton United, will be concentrating on gathering league points to maintain their position when Ventus Yeadon Celtic are their opponents at Esholt.

Thornton United have Golcar United as their visitors, and Tyersal will have promotion hopefuls Holmfirth Town as their opponents at Arkwright Street.