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First Team fixtures for 2017 in full

Cleck’ begin the 2017 season with a home game on Saturday April 22nd against New Farnley who always provide a stern test and just seven days later an away match at local and arch-rivals Woodlandsmakes it a tough opening couple of weeks.

On Saturday May 6th Farsley visit Moorend and the following Saturday there’s a first ever trip for Cleck’to newcomers Batley with the Club hosting Pudsey Congs one week on. Consecutive away matches at highly rated and newly promoted Townville on Saturday May 27th and the traditional Bank Holiday Monday clash against East Bierley make that 48 hours spell extremely crucial with memories of a Bank Holiday defeat against Scholes at a similar period last term that affected Cleck’s future progress and it came after a brilliant win against Woodlands.

On Saturday June 3rd a home clash against Champions Pudsey St Lawrence promises a good day at the gate weather permitting! A short trip to Hanging Heaton follows on June 10th with a home game against Bradford & Bingley on the 17th.

Lightcliffe away on June 24th usually guarantees rain if the last several years are anything to go by and July starts with an away match at New Farnley. On July 8th the keenly awaited home game againstWoodlands takes place with a journey to Farsley on July 15thBatley come to Moorend on the 22nd and on the 29th Cleck’ visit Congs.

Cleck's newcomer Nick Lindley faces his former Congs' side early in the 2017 season

August 5th and August 12th sees home games against Townville and East Bierley with a crucial contest at Pudsey St Lawrence on the 19th of that month and August ends hosting Hanging Heaton.

Bradford & Bingley and Lightcliffe away and at home respectively witnesses a finish to the term in September on the 2nd and 9th of the month.

Awais Ejaz is another Cleck' signing set to face his former Club in 2017

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