HAWCOAT Park travel to Whitehaven in Cumbria League One tomorrow aiming to keep moving up the table.

The Maroon & Whites have enjoyed some good results of late and must surely be feeling confident ahead of the clash with the division’s bottom team.

In team news, skipper George Smith moves to scrum-half and links up inside Scott Kaighan in the halves.

The front three has Paul Woodburn, Adam Grainger and Andy Kent at its helm, with a robust second row of John Donnan and Matt Robson driving them on.

Ash Mowatt continues at number eight and will look to young Harry Higgins and the experience of Mike Lightfoot on the flanks for support.

Ryan Clegg moves to centre alongside Chris Burns, who holds down his position with great aplomb. Jack Lord gets the nod from the A team after some great performances on the wing, with fellow wide man and returnee Connor Terrill on the opposite side.

Elsewhere, Benji Platt takes the reins at full-back.

A win could well see Hawcoat move further up the standings. However, Haven’s two wins so far have both come on their own patch, against Upper Eden and St Benedicts, so they will be no pushovers.

After a big win at home to Blackburn 3 last Saturday, Hawcoat A face another visitor from Lancashire in the form of Preston Grasshoppers 4.

It has been a while since Grasshoppers played at Park, so they will be welcomed with open arms.

The visitors were not in action last weekend, although have suffered some heavy losses and will be aiming to rediscover their winning form.

Hawcoat have a big squad to pick from for this match and the pack has some regulars available, with Ryan Brown, Martin Kennedy and Peter Jennens all up for the battle.

Scott Garnett may miss out through injury but Adam Williamson is on hand to step in.

Euan James, Connor McDermott and Lewis Sayle control the backs with Jason Milby, Johnny Hutton, Will Coles and Rob Shephard all more than capable players on the day.

Chris and Jason Milby are back in the field of play and will look to dominate from the off.

With many more also available this could be a great game for the spectators.