Barrow Island are on the road for a second week running when they travel to Dewsbury Celtic - but they go with an air of confidence following last week’s big win at Beverley.

Island lie second in division two of the National Conference, two points adrift of leaders Crosfields with six wins from eight.

However, they go without Adam Ford, Shane Sanderson, Max-Anderson-Moore, Will Hadwen and Dan Wright but on the plus side returning are Blain Marwood and Jake Stockdale.

Coach Jamie Curtis said: "This is an opportunity for several younger players to step up to the mark"

Millom take on West Cumbrian opposition in Seaton Rangers at Devonshire Road, a team that have made a good impression in their first season in the Conference third division.

Coached by former Haven Star Jessie-Joe-Parker, Seaton are in third place and face a Millom side that welcome back Jonathan Hodgson, Dane Kelly, and Jonty Peters.

Unavailable are Tyler Lancaster and Hanley Dawson.

Coach Tom Sibley said: "It will be a tough derby game, but both teams had good wins last week so we are anticipating a big crowd.”

Walney Central look to put last week’s home defeat to Spring view behind them when they take on Salford City Roosters at Central Drive in a league and Cup double.

Jake Deveraux returns with Ellis Rea rated 50-50. Unavailable are Matty Elliot and Andy Litherland.

Dalton travel to Chorley without key half backs Ryan Baines and Harry Gordon (Knee injuries) while unavailable are Ioan Hayes, Jack Gedling and Tyler Batty.

Back in the fold is Ben Atkinson while Brad Richards will have a late test.

Hindpool are home to Cadishead and field a young side with Connor Goodings, Cameron McDermott, Josh Ross, and Craig Deakin all out.