The draw for the semi-finals of the Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup has thrown up two cracking encounters.
Bradford Premier League champions Hanging Heaton will be at home on July 8 to the powerful Huddersfield League title winners Hoylandswaine who have been beaten finalist for the past three seasons.
There's the possibility of a repeat of last year's Priestley Cup final if Methley can overcome the Yorkshire ECB Premier League champions Wakefield Thornes in their delayed quarter-final which will be played on June 24.
The winners will play hosts to the current Bradford Premier League Premier Division leaders New Farnley who are the Priestley Cup holders.
Draw: Hanging Heaton v Hoylandswaine, Methley or Wakefield Thornes v New Farnley
There will be at least one all-Bradford Premier League tie in the quarter-finals of the Crowther Cup.
Morley will take on New Farnley at Scatcherd Lane and there is the prospect of two more Bradford Premier League sides meeting if holders Woodlands beat Whitley Hall in their delayed first round tie to secure an away clash at Birstall.
Scholes hope to continue their good form at home to Hoylandswaine while Townville face a visit to Huddersfield League side Moorlands.
Draw: Birstall v Woodlandsl, Moorlands v Townville, Morley v New Farnley, Scholes v Hoylandswaine.
Top Picture: Gary Fellows of Hanging Heaton Picture: Ray Spencer