Saturday Sport Outlook

Hull Kingston Rovers travel to the Warrington Wolves on Saturday, with a 1pm kick off at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. The Robins will be looking to continue their good form from the last two weeks and hope Korbin Simms will be fit to return to the side. The Wolves have looked fairly average in comparison to their lofty ambitions – they are hoping for Greg Inglis to make his debut this weekend which would be a big boost.

Beverley Town take on Westella & Willerby this weekend in a 1 vs 2 at the top of the Humber Premier League. Mike Thompson’s men have been imperious this season their phenomenal could see them win the league with a victory.

AFC Walkington look to continue their recent upturn in form when travelling to Driffield Juniors. Walkington have won the last two on the bounce.

Hull City are also in action on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers could be champions of League One depending on how results go. George Honeyman missed out to Jonson Clark-Harris as the Player of the Season for the division, however Honeyman and teammate Callum Elder are included in the team of the year. Grant McCann was named manager of the season for League One.