Millom travel up to the west of the County for the second week running when they face Conference newcomers Seaton.

Coach Tom Sibley said his side will have to be switched on: “Seaton have a big set of forwards so we will have to match them up front and then move the ball wide.

“It is another big game for us on top of the win at Hensigham.”

Sibley goes into the game without Jack Newbiggin, Niall Harris, Kian McPherson, Kyle Evans, Rickie Donaghue and Owen Myers.

However, the squad is strengthened by the return of former professionals, Ethan Kell and Hanley Dawson along with Jonny Hodgson, Jack Proctor, and Dylan Sykes while Tom Askew is doubtful with an ankle injury.

Last weekend the Woolybacks won 34-32 at Hensigham with tries from Hadley Thompson, Niall Harris 2, Rickie Dongahue and two from Kian McPherson with Jack Newbiggin adding five goals.

Former Whitehavens Papua New Quinea’s player Jessie-Joe-Parker crossed for a brace of tries.

Barrow Island are five points adrift of leaders Heworth in division two and they are home to Woolston. Ruled out are Adam Jackson, Jake Stockdale, and Joe Spencely.

New recruit from Roose Pioneers Euan James is likely to debut from the bench.

Blain Marwood is expected to take Stockdale full back role with brother Brad slotting into Jacksons standoff position.

Brandon Corrie could partner Marwood with Ian Irvine having a foot injury.

Tonight, kick off 7-30 Askam face Ulverston at Fallowfield Park.

Missing out for the Villagers are Brad Kavanagh and Taylor Carter coming in are Steve Tippett and Kieron Norman with three under 18s.

Barrow Island defeated Hindpool 30-18 in the knock out cup final. Tries for the Island came from Ross Bird 2, Shane Sanderson 2,

Adam Ford and Sam Jones who added three goals.

For Hindpool Lewis Stables and Finn Gooding crossed for a brace each with one goal from Ryan Kyte.