WEST Bowling and Horsfall are playing host to the Yorkshire Men’s League finals this weekend, with Keighley Albion, Bradford Dudley Hill and Wibsey Warriors all involved.

The latter two are in action in the Division Two final on Sunday afternoon (1pm kick off), having been locked in an absorbing, to-and-from title battle all season.

Dudley Hill dropped into the YML from the National Conference League earlier this season, in the hope of getting the club back on its feet and to stabilise it at a playing and financial level.

Having won the YML Trophy in the summer, it would complete a highly successful season for the team if they could get one over their Bradford rivals on Sunday.

Dudley Hill crushed Illingworth 96-0 to reach the showpiece, while Wibsey were involved in an epic against Queensbury, eventually winning 23-22.

A day before that all-Bradford clash, Keighley Albion face Stanley Rangers in the Division One final at 3pm.

Josh Ireland’s side have been hugely impressive since moving up from Division Three ahead of the 2023 campaign, and finished the second-tier season a point clear of Stanley at the summit.

Underdogs Keighley were beaten in the YML Cup final by a strong Newsome Panthers side, but have otherwise enjoyed an extremely positive campaign.

They warmed up for this showpiece by easily beating Sharlston Rovers 36-6 in the semis, while Stanley were pushed all the way by Ossett Trinity Tigers before winning 32-28.

Before Albion’s game on Saturday, the Division Three final between Seacroft Sharks and Castleford Panthers takes place at 1pm.

Wyke had reached the semi-finals but bowed out with a 34-18 defeat to Seacroft.

And following Dudley Hill and Wibsey’s game on the Sunday, the Premier Division final takes place between Fryston Warriors and Newsome, that game kicking off at 3pm.