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Transfers: All the moves as they happen
Updated: Sunday, January 31, 2016 20:14
Gareth Phillips & David Young
Pudsey Congs captain Gareth Phillips receives the T20 Cup from league chairman David Young after the 2015 final


Thirty-two clubs will contest this season's Twenty/20 Cup with the competing clubs split into two regionalised groups of 16.

Each will be run on a knockout basis with two teams from each group going forward to the finals day on Sunday, July 10.

Pudsey Congs, who reached the national finals of the ECB T20 Cup at Cardiff last year, start out with an away tie at New Farnley.

If they come through that match they will face the winners of the all-Premier League clash between Pudsey St Lawrence and Lightcliffe. Congs and St Lawrence met in the final of the Bradford League competition last year.

With both the finalists from last season's Central Yorkshire competition, Wakefield Thornes and Mirfield Parish Cavaliers having left the league, there will be interest in how the beaten semi-finalists, Methley and Hopton Mills perform.

Hopton Mills have a home match against Premier League Scholes, while Methley are away to Conference outfit Wakefield St Michael's.

All matches are scheduled for Tuesday nights with 6.30pm starts. Clubs will be allowed to switch their ties to a Sunday provided there is agreement from their opponents. Any switch must be organised at least seven days in advance and notified to competition organiser David Clegg email and umpires appointments secretary Neil Johnson email:


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