Rawdon will look to build on their good start to the Aire-Wharfe League season when they travel to newly-promoted Follifoot tomorrow.

Marcus Berryman’s hat-trick was the highlight of Rawdon’s 71-run win over Guiseley and, with some solid middle-order batting, there are signs they will at least be able to match last season’s fourth place.

Rawdon haven’t won the league since 1996 and were last runners-up in 2009 after which they had a couple of years in the second tier.

But boosted by the return of George Myers from Beckwithshaw and a second season from Aussie Berryman, Rawdon might just be one of the sides to look out for and will feel confident going up against a Follifoot side that were skittled for 69 by Burley last week.

That victory for Burley included an impressive debut from West Indian Joshua Challenger, who picked up 5-29.

He is likely to find the opposition a bit tougher this week when Burley travel to Otley, who cruised to an opening-day win at Ilkley, with Nathan Goldthorp returning 5-1.

Ilkley won’t find the going any easier this week against champions Beckwithshaw, who will be smarting at crashing to a 123-run defeat by Horsforth in the first match of their title defence.

Horsforth shouldn’t have too much trouble making it two wins out of two when they travel to North Leeds, while Guiseley will hope to step up their form against Adel.

Pool’s new overseas player James Rosewarne impressed with bat and ball in their win over North Leeds, and home fans will be keen to see him in action against Bilton.

Olicanian and Saltaire both made winning starts after gaining promotion to Division Two and have every chance to continue their winning ways.

Saltaire take on Hall Park, who Olicanian bowled out for 97 last week, but Olicanian have a tougher-looking task against relegated Colton, who were impressive in beating Calverley.

What odds on a tight finish at Ben Rhydding, who went down by one run to Saltaire and now entertain Kirkstall, who were just two runs light of Leeds Modernians?

Addingham take on Modernians after crushing Collingham, while Muhammad Z Khan will pose a threat to Calverley at Tong Park Esholt, and Steeton will hope for more support for their top-order batting when they take on Collingham.

Having been relegated to Division Three, opening-match defeats reminded Skipton and Thackley that bouncing straight back won’t be easy.

Skipton travel to Alwoodley, while Thackley host Menston, who have yet to hit a ball in anger as their opener was called off.

Bolton Villas were also left kicking their heels by a damp outfield and now hope to go up against Harden, for whom Josh Brooksbank hit a century in their defeat at New Rover.

Chris Spivey picked up five wickets in Green Lane’s win at Skipton, and he could again have a key role against St Chad’s Broomfield.