The top game this weekend sees CBC Premier leaders Stocksbridge Park Steels entertain third place Woodhouse Angel.
Stanngton Village travel to an Ecclesfield Players Lounge outfit they beat in last season’s Macron Cup final at Bramall Lane. Bulls Head will look to keep their perfect start going at home against Civil Service, while The Vine will look to build on last weekend’s win at Stannington with a home win over Handsworth Turf.
Handsworth Old Boys will start favourites for a second win of the season at home against bottom club Hemsworth Villa, while The Park and visitors Redmires will both be trying to avoid a second successive defeat after losing last weekend.
Division One’s top game sees leaders Oughtibridge WM travel to unbeaten Old Blue Ball. The leaders did the double over their hosts last season, but Ball look to be a stronger unit this time and a draw might satisfy both. If they do draw, Players Lounge Athletic look set to go top as they travel to an Anston Athletic still searching for their first points of the season.
Third place Fox & Hounds look to have a more difficult task at home against an equally unbeaten Aston Swallownest.
Previous leaders Norton Oaks A will do well to avoid a third successive defeat at a Southey Social, while Ranch will look to build on last weekend’s win at Norton with another win at Cobden View.
Brinsworth Whitehill beat Cobden last weekend for their first points of the season, but they might find things harder at Loxley.
n Sunday fixtures: CBC Premier: Bulls Head v Civil Service, Ecclesfield PL v Stannington Vill, Handsworth OB v Hemsworth Villa, Stocksbridge PS v Woodhouse Angel, The Park v Redmires, The Vine v Handsworth Turf.
n Division One: Anston Athletic v Players Lounge Ath, Cobden View v Ranch, Fox & Hounds v Aston Swallownest, Loxley v Brinsworth Whitehill, Old Blue Ball v Oughtibridge WM, Southey Social v Norton Oaks ‘A’.
n Division Two: Chapeltown RBL v The Pheasant, Crookes & Dist v Sharrow Vale, FC Spartak v Pheonix, Intake OB v Colley, Steelers v Norton Oaks ‘B’, Hare & Hounds v Pen Nook.