West Riding County Amateur League Premier Division leaders Salts are without a game tomorrow following the resignation of scheduled opponents Thornton United.

The Bradford side, who were in eighth place, have pulled out of the league due to a lack of players.

They are the second team to withdraw from the top flight this season, Honley having also resigned, while Holmfirth scrapped their side before the campaign began despite having earned promotion last year.

The departure of Thornton, who pulled their reserve team out at the end of the last campaign, is the latest blow to a league which has shrunk considerably in recent years.

Having run four divisions back in 2011-12, just two tiers are now in operation.

Two thriving clubs who have applied to join step six of the non-league pyramid go head to head to in the County Amateur League tomorrow.

Second-placed Route One Rovers can cut the gap on leaders Salts to two points with a win at home to fifth-placed Steeton at Esholt.

Wibsey take the short trip to Beck Lane, Heckmondwike, to take on Littletown, while Campion will face an improving Wakefield City, who have only lost one of their last six games in all competitions.

Golcar United will be looking to be the league's sole representative in the semi-final of the West Riding County FA Challenge Cup when they make a third attempt to play their quarter-final tie against Yorkshire Amateur League side Alwoodley.

Meanwhile, the draw for the semi-finals of the Bradford & District FA Saturday Senior Cup has paired Field and Campion together on Monday, March 12 at Eccleshill United (7.30pm), while Wibsey and Idle FC will meet in the second semi-final a week later at the same venue.