There is a full programme in the Barrow and District for all clubs set for this weekend.

In the National Conference League, Barrow Island are at home to Hensingham and after last week's great win they are looking for another victory.

The hosts do have however, with Noel Robinson and Ian Irvine expected to miss the game against their Copeland opposition.

Back in contention are Jake Stockdale and Matt Parkinson. Coach Shaun Corrie is quietly confident the lads can keep it going for another win.

In the North West Counties League, Dalton travel to Hindley, where coach Dave High is looking to put things right after suffering two defeats, out of contention through injuries are Evan Jones and Daniel Richards - work commitments rule out Ioan Hayes.

Ulverston are at home to Chorley Panthers and after last week's victory at Dalton will be full of confidence going into the game with no injury problems - a full squad to pick from.

In the National Conference League, Millom host Egremont in what could be a tight game, but the home side have several injuries so, Tom Sibley the Millom coach, is having to draft A team players into the squad, but he remains quietly confident.

Hindpool are at home to Folly Lane and are playing well, with coach Phil Cubiss having a full squad to choose from and after last week's great win, a big crowd is expected at Brisbane Park.

Roose Pioneers hit the road going to Culcheth Eagles, injuries have taken their toll with Jack Torrington Sam Doyle both out with hamstring problems, Kris Holmes (shoulder injury), but back in contention are Liam Armistead Mike Light along with several U18s being drafted in.

The CJS knockout cup semi finals on Friday night sees Barrow Island take on Dalton and Ulverston versus Walney.