Tough home test afoot for New Earswick All Blacks
11:27am Thursday 17th January 2013 in Sport
FROM bottom to top, New Earswick All Blacks ARLC will have to rediscover form if they are to get back to winning ways.
All Blacks were knocked out of the Pennine League President’s Cup last week by Ackworth, a side at the foot of the championship table.
This Saturday they resume league action at home to Keighley, the unbeaten leaders.
All Blacks will be without Dave Findlay, Phil Turpin and Adam Smith due to work commitments.
Selby Warriors, who toppled Troydale Trojans from the tier above in the Andrew Bennett Memorial Trophy last week, aim for two points this week at lowly Silsden as they renew their division three promotion challenge.
Selby Warriors ‘A’ host third-placed Illingworth ‘A’ in division seven.
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