Cricket clubs will be hoping to cash in on a Bank Holiday bonanza with matches scheduled for all three days over the weekend.
With the added attraction of the England v New Zealand Second Test at Headingley, Super League’s Magic Weekend, the Champions League and Championship Play-off finals, which are all being televised, clubs will be hoping for packed out bars over the Spring Bank Holiday.
Throw in the added attraction of some quality league and cup club cricket and you have the recipe for an enthralling weekend of sport.
East Bierley are gearing up for two mouthwatering derby clashes in JCT600 Bradford League Division One over the weekend.
Champions Woodlands make the short trip to South View Road tomorrow before Cleckheaton visit on Monday and both matches should attract healthy crowds.
Cleckheaton begin a hectic holiday period with a trip to Morley tomorrow and it could prove to be a momentous weekend for captain John Wood.
The former Lancashire and Durham all-rounder needs just 54 runs to reach the 5,000 mark in the Bradford League which includes spells with Spen Victoria and Cleckheaton.
Woodlands, who took over as Division One leaders last Saturday, entertain fellow title contenders Manningham Mills on Monday.
Gomersal host Yeadon in Division Two tomorrow before all eyes turn to Monday’s derby contest at Spen Victoria.
Spen are at home on both days as they host Bankfoot tomorrow, while Hartshead Moor travel to Undercliffe and then entertain Bowling Old Lane.
Liversedge travel to Ossett A in Central Yorkshire League Division One tomorrow but it is Sunday’s re-arranged Heavy Woollen Cup second round tie against Hanging Heaton when they will hope for a decent crowd at Roberttown Lane.