Halifax v Sheffield preview.
Divorty set for Halifax return
Ross Divorty could make his long-awaited comeback from an ankle ligament injury when Halifax host Sheffield Eagles in Sunday's Co-operative Championship minor semi-final.
Divorty has not played since a midweek fixture in June against Dewsbury Rams. He was almost fit to face Keighley Cougars last week, and coach Karl Harrison will be keeping his fingers crossed that the Wales forward will finally be ready to take to the field this weekend.
Divorty's return would provide a major boost for Fax, who must now see out the season without Tony Tonks, who broke his arm against Keighley.
Anthony Bowman, Dane Manning, Mick Nanyn and Iain Morrison are also missing, while Ben Heaton (shoulder) is doubtful.
Harrison, however, is also concerned by his side's lack of killer instinct.
He said: "We haven't been ruthless all season and it's something we need to find in the next three weeks."
Eagles coach Mark Aston will check on James Davey's fitness after the on-loan hooker was knocked out during last week's win over Batley Bulldogs.
Misi Tualapapa (shoulder) and Joe Hirst (knee) are also carrying knocks as Sheffield aim for a second successive Grand Final appearance.