OTLEY are the runaway leaders in Division One of the Aire-Wharfe League, and although their main focus this weekend will be their Waddilove Cup final clash with Guiseley, they also have a vital league clash to consider.

They entertain Bilton, which should not be too onerous for them, while cup final opponents Guiseley travel to Follifoot hoping to reverse the early season result, which saw Follifoot win with just five balls to spare.

Second-placed Burley have a tough trip to Horsforth, needing every point to keep up any pressure on Otley, while Rawdon need maximum points at North Leeds if their already slim hopes of the title are to be maintained.

Pool, who are still hovering just above the drop zone, take on Ilkley, who will be looking to improve on last week’s performance when they were struggling on 33-5 against Horsforth before the rain saved them.

The big game in Division Two sees second-placed Hall Park travel to new leaders Collingham, which could turn into a duel between two of the division’s top bowlers, Toby Jacklin and Mark McEneaney.

Whoever loses will concede their top two spot if, as expected, Tong Park Esholt beat Colton.

Two sides who have not yet given up hope in their promotion fight, Saltaire and Addingham, go head to head in what will surely be a make or break contest.

At the other end of the table, Calverley travel to Ben Rhydding, desperate for a win to reduce the 18 points they are from safety, currently a place held by Steeton, who can help their own cause at inconsistent Kirkstall Education.

Olicanian should be too strong for a Leeds Modernians side that has struggled at this level.

Green Lane should have no problem keeping their Division Three promotion challenge going against rock-bottom Old Leodiensians, and they will also be cheering on Skipton, hoping they can take points off leaders New Rover.

Harden should have few problems against Shadwell, while in-form Bolton Villas will be expected to come away from Thackley with victory.

Finally, Menston should widen the gap between themselves and struggling opponents Alwoodley.