Joe's face another tough test.
Six days ago, coach Keith Senior's side entertained unbeaten Sharlston Rovers and suffered a 20-10 defeat.
And tomorrow they host second-placed Drighlington, who have alsomade an excellent start to the campaign with six wins and a draw from their opening seven games.
But there were times last weekend when Joe's looked capable of getting the better of their in-form visitors and remained in the hunt until the closing stages, and a similar performance this weekend could well produce a different outcome.
In Division I, both Huddersfield clubs are at home.
Emley Moor will be determined to bounce back from last week's defeat against Birkenshawin their top-of-the-table clash when they host Illingworth, while Moldgreen face the toughest possible home test against unbeaten leaders Kippax Welfare.
Unbeaten Second Division side Slaithwaite Saracens were bitterly disappointed that last Saturday's big derby clash at Newsome Panthers was postponed at the last minute, and they will no doubt be looking to take their frustration out on Ovenden A when they travel to Halifax tomorrow.
Saracens should certainly have too much firepower for their host, while the Panthers will be even more disappointed if they don't collect maximum League points at struggling Victoria Rangers.
Underbank Rangers are continuing to show improved forming Division III and they will be hopeful of building on their victory over West Leeds in their last League outing when they host mid-table Sharlston Rovers A.
And fellow Third Division side Lindley Swifts will be looking to keep in touch with the leading pack when they travel to Whitehall Warriors.
Meltham All Blacks should look at tomorrow's home clash against second-bottom Whitworth Spartans to kick-start their Division V campaign, when a defeat would be a bitter disappointment.
In Division VI, St Joseph's A make the trip to Westgate Wolves A, while in Division VII there's a big derby clash between the second teams of Slaithwaite and Underbank, while Emley Moor A are at Burley Lions.