VICKERSTOWN will take a step closer to bringing some silverware to Park Vale this season if they can overcome Slyne with Hest in the Lancashire Amateur Shield tomorrow.

Dave Round’s side saw off fellow West Lancashire League Premier Division side Fulwood Amateurs 2-1 to reach the last eight and must now overcome another of their divisional rivals to make the semis.

Slyne will feel confident ahead of the trip though, having already won 2-0 at Vickerstown back in September in the league.

Elsewhere in the West Lancs League, Crooklands Casuals, who head to Hawcoat Park for a Division One derby clash tomorrow, have been named as one of the winners of the West Lancs’ Respect Awards for August to October.

Awards are given to the teams with the fewest yellow cards for dissent and Cassies shared the Division One award with CMB, which saw both teams receive £25.

There is derby action in Division Two too, as promotion contenders Walney Island and Dalton United face off at Tummerhill.

In the North West Counties League First Division North, Holker Old Boys aim to build on last Saturday’s victory when they host fourth-placed Shelley.

And in the Furness Premier League, Premier Division frontrunners Croftlands Park and Kirkby United travel to Hawcoat Park reserves and host Holker reserves respectively.

Tomorrow's fixtures

North West Counties League First Division North (3pm): Holker Old Boys v Shelley.

Lancashire Amateur Shield quarter-finals (2pm): Vickerstown v Slyne with Hest.

West Lancashire League Division One (2pm): CMB v Ulverston Rangers, Hawcoat Park v Crooklands Casuals, Leyland United v Millom, Wyre Villa v Askam United.

West Lancashire League Division Two (2pm): Furness Rovers v Galgate, Walney Island v Dalton United.

Furness Premier League Premier Division (2pm): Barrow Celtic v Vickerstown reserves, Bootle v Britannia, Dalton United reserves v Walney Island reserves, Furness Cavaliers reserves v Kirkby United, Haverigg United v Holker Old Boys reserves, Hawcoat Park reserves v Croftlands Park, Millom reserves v Swarthmoor Social.