A RETURN to the comforts of home awaits Holker Old Boys tomorrow when they face Lower Breck in the North West Counties League First Division North.

Victory away to Daisy Hill last Saturday lifted Holker back out of the division’s bottom two, but they could not build on that midweek after their re-arranged trip to Nelson was postponed again.

Tomorrow’s match, however, kicks off a run of three straight home games for Kevin Watkin’s team, so they will be aiming to make the most of being on their own patch as they bid to pull clear of the relegation places.

It will not be easy though as Lower Breck are currently fourth in the standings, with another of the high-flyers in AFC Liverpool and mid-table Shelley visiting Rakesmoor Lane in the coming weeks too.

Tomorrow’s West Lancashire League action sees Crooklands Casuals take on Askam United in a derby match, where the hosts are returning to action after a weekend off and the visitors are looking to rebound after being edged out at home to Lostock St Gerards last Saturday.

Millom travel to Eagley, with the two sides level on 22 points, while Hawcoat Park hosts bottom side Wyre Villa.

In Division Two, all of the areas teams are away. Walney Island travel to Galgate, Furness Rovers head to Garstang reserves, Dalton United face Longridge Town reserves and Furness Cavaliers are at Mill Hill St Peters.