DEWSBURY Moor adjust to life under their new coaches, Paul Delaney and Deryck Fox, with a visit to Clayton in the Pennine League Championship Division tomorrow (2.30pm).
Delaney and Fox, who have been in charge of younger age teams at the club, took over when another former half-back, Dean Lawford, stepped down as senior coach.
Moor have games in hand which can take them up from third bottom and seek revenge in Bradford tomorrow as Clayton beat them 38-26 at Heckmondwike Road three weeks ago and are in second place.
In the same division, Ossett Trinity meet King Cross Park at Church Street.
Thornhill Trojans have moved top of Division Three and have lost only one league game to date and that by just two points.
The Trojans visit Sheffield Hillsbrough Hawks, who are fourth, and took Thornhill all the way at Overthorpe Park in February, going down only 18-14.
However, prop Scott Woodcock has joined the Trojans since then and he has already made a massive impact and is proving a hard man to stop as his four tries last weekend underline.
The Trojans are running a bus to the game, which leaves the club at noon. Any supporters making their own way should allow extra travel time because Sheffield Wednesday are at home and some roads may be closed.
Dewsbury Celtic return to Yorkshire League Division Two action against Kinsley Raiders in Crow Nest Park.
Kinsley are at the foot of the table but were lifted when they gained their third win of the season last weekend.
Shaw Cross A have a tidy looking game against second-placed Methley Royals in Division Three, with both sides keen to clinch a top-four spot, while White Rose travel again and visit bottom club Harehills.
n Shaw Cross Sharks lost 22-12 at home to Castleford Lock Lane in National Conference Division Two on Wednesday evening at Leeds Road.
Adam Masson and John Rourke scored tries while Kev Dickens landed two goals as the Sharks were level 12-12 at the break.