Amateur RL: Leeds rivals Oulton and Milford to go toe to toe in front of live television cameras

Leeds Rhinos' forward, Jamie Jones-Buchanan. PIC: Bruce Rollinson
Leeds Rhinos' forward, Jamie Jones-Buchanan. PIC: Bruce Rollinson
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LEEDS RIVALS Oulton Raiders and Milford Marlins will play in front of live television cameras for the first time tomorrow (4.30pm) when their National Conference Division One derby is broadcast by Premier Sports.

Hosts Oulton will be without Dom Flanagan (unavailable) and Clayton Stott (neck injury), but Danny MacIntosh, Lee Gomersall and Chris Hope return after missing last week’s narrow defeat away at York Acorn.

On Milford’s injury list are Richard Hulme (ankle), Tom Barnes (knee) and Kieran Webster (knee). In-form young winger Ross Hammill also misses out because of a family commitment, but Conor Parr, Robin Wilkes and Christian Parkes are back in contention.

East Leeds conceded only three penalties in last week’s Division Two win over Hull Dockers and will be looking to repeat that impressive discipline at home to Dewsbury Moor tomorrow (2.30pm).

Coach Rob Roberts will select from the same squad, plus Luke Sebine, Ash Stevenson and Arison Cowie.

Hunslet Warriors are at West Bowling and Stanningley visit Crosfields (both 2.30pm).

On Sunday, Stanningley will host the play Playing The Joker, starring Leeds Rhinos’ Jamie Jones-Buchanan (curtains back, 4pm).

Premier Division leaders Hunslet Club Parkside have added Jamie Bradley to their squad – subject to a late fitness test – for the home game against West Hull (2.30pm).