The 2017 All Rounder Cricket Bradford Premier League champions have been handed an away draw in the
semi-finals of next season's Yorkshire Premier League play-offs.
The title winners will play the Hunters Yorkshire Premier League North champions at Scarborough's iconic North Marine Road ground on Saturday, September 16.
The other semi-final will see the top Yorkshire side from the Darlington Building Society North Yorkshire South Durham League host the All Rounder Cricket Yorkshire Premier League South champions at a venue yet to be confirmed.
The winners of the semi-finals will contest the final at Headingley on Saturday, September 23 for the White Rose Trophy.
The draw was made by Yorkshire bowler Steve Patterson, who is having a testimonial in 2017, and the county's director of cricket Martyn Moxon at Headingley on Monday.
When the season starts on April 22 the Race to Headingley will be launched with the teams in the four premier leagues bidding to emulate the success of Wakefield Thornes who became the first winners when they beat Pudsey St Lawrence in the 2016 final in Abu Dhabi by 39 runs.