OTLEY will be hoping to complete the second leg of the trophy treble they are chasing when they face Guiseley in Sunday’s Waddilove Cup final.

Although the match is being played at their Cross Green ground, Otley won’t have all the normal home comforts.

They will be in the away dressing room - just as they were two years ago when they beat Collingham in the final.

Otley have been impressive form this season. Last week they won the T20 Cup and they lead the Aire-Wharfe title race.

But as skipper Ben Morley insists, they won’t be taking anything for granted against a Guiseley side that are currently propping up the Division One table.

“We certainly won’t be taking them lightly,” he said. “They have beaten some good sides in the cup and thoroughly deserve to be in the final.

“We have been playing well this season with everybody contributing at some point, but this is all about how we play on the day.”

Otley certainly have a powerful line-up. The addition of batsmen Jamie Pickering and Alex Atkinson has added strength to a side that has match-winning all-rounders James Davies and Chris Thompson at six and seven.

Both can turn a game with bat or ball and Thompson just might have a little added motivation in the battle for family bragging rights after his younger brother Jordan’s exploits for Yorkshire in the Vitality Blast.

Otley have seen off old rivals Burley, Beckwithshaw and Pool to reach the final while Guiseley have defeated Bilton, Follifoot and Horsforth.

They showed real character to chase down 260 to beat Follifoot off the last ball, while they sealed their semi-final win in the final over.

Another thrilling finish would go down well with the spectators and would give the competition the sort of climax it deserves.