A SECOND versus third clash is the stand-out fixture in Cumbria Two tomorrow as Furness head to the side above them, Workington Zebras.

Chris Dalton, Ben Hughes and Dan Scott are at the helm in the Blues’ front three, with Danny Speers, and Alex Mason pushing them on from the second row.

A dynamic back row containing skipper Corne Els, Andy Brannon and Joe Mallinson will be a real handful for the Zebras forwards and will win their fair share of ball in the loose.

The ageless Craig Mckinnon pulls on the scrum-half shirt, supplying ball to Will Mallinson at fly-half. with centres Peter Rimmer and Kristian Holmes on hand to help in both defence and attack.

Phil Haywood and Jordan Ashton are the men out wide looking to use there pace to get over the whitewash, with Alex Brown covering all bases from full back.

Jack Budgen and Keiron Mason are the cover on the bench for Furness in what is expected to be a real humdinger.

Windermere aim to build on their return to winning ways last week when Carlisle Crusaders visit Dawes Meadow and the only change sees Adam Hague take over at flanker from Paul Mahler, who is unavailable.

Jamie Hardman, Dan Harrison and Luke Todd keep control of the scrum, with second row in the hands of Ollie Askew and John Longworth.

Josh Dawson and skipper Johnny Benson join Hague in the back row keeping scrum half Alex Mcinnell on his toes. Bertie Hodgson continues at fly-half, backed up by centres Neil Piggot and John Williams.

Tom Atkinson and Moses Dawson are on the wing, with Daleon Hernandez keeping things tidy at the back.

Millom will be looking to bounce back from a defeat to Workington when they welcome Creighton to Wilson Park tomorrow.

Trevor Dixon and Danny Redhead both miss the fixture due to work commitments, but returning are Adam Redhead and Mikey Holmes.

There is a distinctly youthful flavour to the side, emphasised by 20-year-old Kieron Coulson being chosen to captain the team and he will lead from the front.

He will be supported his younger brother Luke, who has held his own at flanker and is another promising young player for the team.