THE Cumbria Vase takes priority for Windermere tomorrow when they aim to progress to the semi-finals away to Creighton.

Last week’s win away at Millom pushed the Ambers up the Cumbria League Two table, so they will be looking for more of the same this week.

With Neil Piggot not available this week, Josh Wheatly joins Joe in the centres looking to get ball out quick to wing-men Moses Dawson and Tom Atkinson.

Jon Benson keeps the captain arm band and leads the team from number eight, with fellow back rowers Josh Dawson and Brad Askam on hand at the breakdowns.

Half-back is key as it looks like regulars partners Liam McKinnon and Bertie Hodgson looking to exploit opportunities as they occur all over the park.

The engine room of Phil Murphy and Paul Mahler will need to win the set piece while being conscious of the required work in the tight five pushing the front row on.

Regular full-back Daelon Hernandez keeps his place after showing some good performance as of late.

The strong bench trio of Ollie Askew, Luke Robinson and Shaun Stafford will be hoping to get of plenty of game time too as the squad look to move into the next round.

Hawcoat Park A are the only Barrow team in action this week as they travel to Rochdale in the North West Intermediate League.

Two 60-point-plus win’s at home, most recently last week against Preston Grasshoppers, sees them travel full of confidence although there will be a few changes.

Ryan Brown, Paul Woodburn, Mike Gibson and Mark Hall will all be looking to take on a front-row jersey, with the likely starting second row being Jordan Bayliff and Cory Doughty.

The back row looks dynamic and sees Matt Robson return from first team duty, but he will have a fight on his hands to break up the trio of Harrison O’Brien, Peter Matthew and Peter Jennens. Harry Higins and Rory Sayle are also in line for a call-up.

Will Coles could be key at fly half, playing alongside Lewis Sayle, Jason Milby and Jay Crowe.

Jack Lord will look to show more of his try scoring prowess on the up after a great first-team debut last week at Whitehaven, but Adam Armstrong and Keenan Cotton are strong finishers too and there great competition for places.

This is highlighted at scrum-half where Scott Garnett, Jack Shannon and Adam Williamson all look to get into position.

There are still a couple of players to confirm, but Park go strong to Rochdale and should take the points.