Dewsbury Rams tackle Batley Bulldogs on Sunday May 24 when the Kingstone Press Championship takes a full round of matches to Blackpool.
The action packed weekend will see all 12 Championship clubs playing over the Saturday and Sunday.
Fans from across the country are set to flock to Blackpool’s Bloomfield Road for the inaugural Summer Bash and you could be joining them.
The Reporter has teamed up with the RFL to offer two readers chance to win a pair of weekend tickets each.
All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning a pair of weekend tickets is answer the question and submit your answers, by e-mail, to DewsburySport@ywng.co.uk by noon next Wednesday (May 20).
Please mark the heading, Summer Bash Ticket Competition and entries must include your name, address and a daytime telephone number.
The Heavy Woollen derby between Dewsbury and Batley kicks off Sunday’s programme of matches at 12.45pm, followed by Doncaster against Hunslet Hawks at 3pm and concluding with the clash between unbeaten leaders Leigh Centurions and Featherstone Rovers at 5.15pm.
The Summer Bash begins on Saturday May 23 with the iPro Sport Cup final between North Wales Crusaders and Swinton Lions at noon.
The Cumbrian derby between Workington Town and Whitehaven follows at 2.30pm, London Broncos take on top-four rivals Sheffield Eagles at 4.45pm, while Saturday’s programme ends with the tasty West Yorkshire derby between Bradford Bulls and Halifax at 7pm.
Dewsbury will be aiming to complete a double over their neighbours having beaten Batley 21-6 at Fox’s Biscuits Stadium on Good Friday.
Question: What is the name of Blackpool FC’s ground, where the Summer Bash takes place?
n Tickets for the Summer Bash and iPro Sport Cup final are on sale starting at just £20 for a day ticket and £30 for the weekend.
Those not lucky enough to win tickets can purchase them by visiting www.rugby leaguetickets.co.uk or call 0844 856 1113.