HEATH RUFC are in action under lights against Bradford Salem at North Dean tonight (7.30) in a rearranged Yorkshire One derby.
Kevin Plant’s side won the first meeting 21-10 in early October and league placings suggest they should make it a double.
Heath, with three games left, are looking good for a third place finish in the section while Salem look destined for bottom spot.
Plant was finalising his side at training last night but loose head prop James Watson is unavailable so Olly Cook moves up from lock, Ian Spence goes into the second row from No 8 and scrum half Gary Pigeon is switched to blind side.
Neil Francis will wear nine with Josh Lister coming in on the wing. Heath hope Matt Hallett is fit to play at fly-half.