A mouthwatering "box-office" style clash has been thrown up in a quartet of fantastic looking Quarter final ties. Current holders Delph & Dobcross will travel to joint Premiership leaders Hoylandswaine in a fixture that has nearly always featured thrills and spills between these two talented sides.
The 2016 finalists Shepley will travel to Broad Oak; a testing affair against Jack Hargreaves' in-form team who set up the clash after winning well away at Golcar.
Honley, who have made it through to the Quarter Final for the first time since 2012 will stage an intriguing clash against Scholes. Simon Kelly's men had to dig deep to wriggle through against Moorlands and will welcome home advantage where they haven't lost since the opening match of the season.
The final tie will see Skelmanthorpe try to put their Premiership inconsistencies to one side as they host Armitage Bridge at Lidgett Lane. James Crossland's men have seen off both Cumberworth United and Lepton Highlanders in the previous rounds but will face an altogether different prospect against a team who have hit a decent run of form of late and coincidentally;y beat Skelmanthorpe in their recent reverse fixture in the league.
Full Sykes Cup Quarter Final draw:
Sykes Cup Third Round
Broad Oak v Shepley
Honley v Scholes
Hoylandswaine v Delph & Dobcross
Skelmanthorpe v Armitage Bridge
In the Fired Up Paddock Shield, Scholes' reward for knocking out holders Barkisland will be a journey to fellow Premiership side Delph & Dobcross. Edgerton & Dalton 1XI , in their debut season in the Huddersfield League, face their toughest match yet, at home to Premiership Two heavyweights Honley.
Elsewhere Hoylandswaine will travel to Holmfirth of Jedi Championship Two. Premiership Two leaders Kirkburton entertain Linthwaite from the Cedar Court Conference Two
Full Paddock Shield Quarter Final draw:
Paddock Shield Third Round
Holmfirth v Hoylandswaine
Edgerton & Dalton 1XI v Honley
Delph & Dobcross v Scholes
Kirkburton v Linthwaite