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This Saturday the Bramley Buffaloes travel over the Pennines to take on the unbeaten Warrington Wizards, at Wilderspool, Kick off 3:30 pm, in what should be a keenly contested game, between two of the Co-operative Rugby League Conference National leagues unbeaten sides.
This is the third contest between the two sides so far this season, with honours even so far in the Northern Rail Cup. In the League the Wizards are 3rd behind the Buffaloes and next weeks opposition, Celtic Colts, with a game in hand.
Bramley Coach Paul Cook said, "Wilderspool is nice wide pitch which suits our style of play well, we've gone to Wilderspool and won before and we'll look for a good performance this weekend."
"The new guys i've brought in are going well and there are a couple of them still to make their debuts, we will be picking from strength again," continued Cook.
Kevin Till is in contention to make his first Buffaloes appearance after signing on loan from Hunslet, but Steve Mead and Paul Coates are still unavailable.