SHERIFF Hutton Bridge are in "confident" mood ahead of their Champion of Champions clash with Woodlands at Headingley.

Bridge, who won the Hunters ECB Yorkshire Premier League North, will meet the Bradford League champions at the home of Yorkshire cricket on Saturday, starting at 10.30am.

Bridge put in a strong performance in their semi-final win against Richmondshire, bowling them out for 42 en route to a 166-run victory.

Matt Fisher hit a sublime 87, which included four sixes, and Richmondshire were then blown away by Fisher and Eddie Barnes in 16 overs. They both picked up four wickets.

Woodlands beat Doncaster in their semi-final.

Skipper Adam Fisher said: "The boys are really looking forward to the game.

"Saturday’s semi-final was a little unreal really with us bowling Richmondshire out for 42. They are a good side and we performed really well on the day.

"We now play Woodlands who won the Bradford League and they will be a strong unit. We haven’t played them before but I am confident in our lads that we will be more than competitive.

"We played at Headingley earlier in the season against Yorkshire Academy and won. The lads have a feel for playing there now which is a positive and I am hoping we can use that experience."