AFTER seeing their home match against Askern Villa on Tuesday postponed due to fog, Hallam welcome another Doncaster side to Sandygate Road tomorrow in the shape of Rossington Main.
Julian Watts’s side are the only team in the First Division yet to win at home in the league this season after four attempts. Rossington have won just one of the last six league outings.
Russ Eagle kicks-off his third spell in charge of Parkgate with a trip to Liversedge. Eagle, who guided Handsworth to the First Division title last term, was appointed on Monday after Doug Shelley stepped down following the 3-1 home defeat against Barton Town last weekend.
Maltby Main face reigning champions Retford United at Muglet Lane hoping to avoid a third defeat in a row. The Miners were rather unfortunate lose by the odd goal against Pickering Town at home then at Brighouse last weekend which leaves them fourth from bottom.
Retford find themselves in mid-table with just one win in the last six away.
Staveley MW entertain Armthorpe Welfare at Inkersall Road where they have lost only once in eight outings in all competitions and scored in every game so far. Armthorpe haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their 11 away trips.
With Bridlington Town not in league action, it hands Worksop Parramore the opportunity go level on points with Premier Division leaders providing they take all three points from the visit of in-form Pickering Town, who have won the last four.
Dinnington Town, winners of five of seven on the road, go to Shirebrook Town looking to inflict a first defeat in 12 games on the Derbyshire side since former Sheffield boss Mark Shaw took the reins.
Worsbrough Bridge Athletic could go third in Division One with a win at Yorkshire Amateur.
The Briggers are in cracking form with just one defeat in the last 11 matches.
Askern Villa will look to end a run of five games without a win but face a tough task to do with leaders Athersley Recreation the visitors.
AFC Emley go in search of a sixth away win in eight games at Bottesford Town.