There is no doubting the outstanding tie in the first round of this year’s Solly Sports with Woodlands meeting Hoylandswaine who they beat in the finals of 2015 and 2017.
It will be Woodlands first competitive game under the leadership of their new captain Cieran Garner and it promises to be a tough test against the Huddersfield League champions who will be determined to avenge their previous defeats.
Holders Hanging Heaton have also been pitted against Huddersfield League opposition as they face a trip to Shelley.
New Farnley, beaten finalists last year, are at home to minnows Crossbank Methodists, while Farsley make their debut in the competition with a home game against five-time winners Wrenthorpe
Solly Sports Heavy Woollen Cup
Farsley v Wrenthorpe
Shelley v Hanging Heaton
Elland v Gomersal
Townville v Birstall,
New Farnley v Crossbank Methodists
Elsecar v Scholes (H/L)
Barkisland v Rastrick
Methley v Wickersley Old Village
Treeton v Cawthorne
Ossett v Shepley
Woodlands v Hoylandswaine
Byes: Whitley Hall. Barnsley Woolley Miners, Spen Victoria, Buttershaw St Paul’s, South Kirby
Ties to be played Sunday, April 21
Solly Sports Crowther Cup
South Kirby v Woodlands
Shepley v New Farnley.
Byes: Hoylandswaine, Hanging Heaton, Birstall, Cawthorne, Townville, Ossett, Buttershaw St Pauls, Wrenthorpe, Elsecar, Methley, Scholes (H/L) Barnsley Woolley Miners, Farsley, Elland.
Ties to be played Sunday, May12