Three of top four in action

THREE of the four Priaulx League title challengers will look to jostle for control tomorrow in what is shaping up to be the most open title race in years.

Vale Rec are looking to follow up their win over Bels by claiming three points against Rovers tomorrow. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 1294332)
Vale Rec are looking to follow up their win over Bels by claiming three points against Rovers tomorrow. (Picture by Adrian Miller, 1294332)

THREE of the four Priaulx League title challengers will look to jostle for control tomorrow in what is shaping up to be the most open title race in years.

While leaders Bels and reigning champions North face tricky trips to Sylvans and Rangers respectively, second-placed Vale Rec will look to further assert their authority by hosting Rovers.

The yellows are five points behind Bels, but have played three games fewer, although they only beat basement side Rovers with a last-gasp winner back in October.

‘I told the lads in the dressing room [after beating Bels] that it must be followed up with another win at the weekend,’ said Rec coach Carl Le Tissier.