AFTER three top-four clashes, West Bowling coach Glenn Barraclough was just glad that his charges won at Clock Face Miners last weekend.

"I wouldn't say that it was After the Lord Mayor's Show, but it was a bit of a come down," admitted Barraclough of the 18-6 victory in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Three.

"Mind you, apart from us, only one visiting team has won there this season, so it was a good win on a day when defences were on top."

Clock Face went 6-0 up, but Bowling responded with tries by Chris Anderson, from a Danny Halmshaw kick, and Nick Fontaine.

Leading 10-6 bat the interval, West's sealed victory in the second half with a try by Ben Heald and two goals by Harry Williams, who also kicked their goal in the first half.

On Saturday, leaders Bowling have another derby – at home to struggling Dewsbury Celtic.

In Division Two, fifth-placed Bradford Dudley Hill host third-placed East Leeds.

In the Yorkshire Men's League, Odsal Sedbergh are at home to New Earswick All Blacks in Division One, while Keighley Albion host Norland Sharks.

Queensbury are at East Hull in the Premier Division, and also travelling are Wibsey Warriors (at King Cross Park) and Brighouse Rangers (at Hull Wyke), both in Division Two, and Wibsey Warriors A (at Stainland Stags) in Division Four

Worth Village are also Halifax bound, meeting Greetland All Rounders in the Entry League, while Wyke are at home to Garforth Tigers (2.00) in a friendly.