Barrow Island are home to Woolston in the Conference division two play offs.

But they go into the game minus Jake Stockdale, Ian Irvine, Adam Ford and Will Hadwen replacements being Cameron Currie, Brad Dutton and Ali McEwan.

Coach Jamie Cameron reflected on what a good season the team has had.

"It's been a pleasure to work with these boys in what has been a high standard of rugby, despite whatever the result tomorrow, they can all be proud of their achievements," he said.

If successful, Island will meet Crosfields or Normanton at home to see which team is promoted.

Ulverston await late fitness tests on Scott Askew and Tom Spedding before naming their final 17 for their final home game with Chorley Panthers.

Connor Saunders is back after a spell with Barrow while several players are unavailable as they push for a playoff spot.

The day starts at 11am with 50 years in Ulverston rugby fun day.

Dalton's final game is at St Cuthbert's with Elliott Stockdale returning at full back in place of Sam Purslow.

Zac Steel is ruled out while Joe Crarey plays at six and brother Jack at loose forward.

Hindpool entertain Springview without Finn Goodings, Ethan Harkin and Lewis Sayle and delay naming their final 17.

Walney are home to Westhougton with Zac Middlehurst and Jake Deveraux back in the squad, while Jordan Staffieri is unavailable.

Tonight, at Craven Park (Friday) Millom face Barrow Island in the Harry Warman cup. Kick off 7-30pm.