LEADING try scorer Tee Ritson along with Anton Laria and Luke Creswell return for tonight’s trip to Featherstone Rovers (6pm) as the Raiders aim to build upon last week's magnificent win at Bradford.

All three players took knocks in the home defeat by Batley and were rested for the Bradford encounter but are included in Paul Carey’s 19-man squad.

Bret Carter stood in for Ritson last week and put in a sterling performance but could miss out tonight.

Hakim Miloudi took Creswell’s place at full back in what was his last appearance before sitting out a eight match ban following an incident in the Batley game.

If Barrow are successful in reaching the 1895 cup final his next appearance will be Leigh at home on June 2nd if not Widnes three days later.

Crarey is looking ahead to another tough away fixture in Yorkshire within five days.

He said "It is a quick turnaround for us but we are not fazed by the opposition who will have had almost a two week lay-off.

“We will look to rotate with fresh players coming in, it is another challenge but we have won well on the road at Widnes and Bradford, if we can get equal amount of possession we are in with a shout.

“Rovers have some big forwards so we have to compete up front.

“Our lads are buzzing and are playing some great rugby."

Barrow face the only team in the Championship who have yet to taste defeat but came close recently in drawing 20-20 at Batley. - six wins from seven outings.

However, Barrow sit proudly two places behind the leaders with only one defeat to their name along with one drawn.

A third trip into Yorkshire is on Sunday week when they travel to Halifax.