Hawcoat Park A have stuttered in their climb to the top of Division Four North of the North West Intermediate League and they’ll be hoping to turn the corner this weekend at home against Aspull, the team just above them in the table.

Up front, Paul Woodburn, Ryan Brown and Mark Hall take the front row jerseys, with Corey Doherty and Jordan Bayliff in the second-row engine room.

Austin Meadows returns after a superb debut for Park’s first team last week, helping them out along with Peter Jennens, who also stepped up for the game.

Peter Matthews continues in the back row, with Scott Garnett hopeful of getting over his hamstring strain at scrum-half.

Lewis Sayle pulls on the fly-half shirt looking to release Dave Wynne and Jason Milby in the centres, with wide men Adam Armstrong and Jay Crowe looking to finish off. Keenan Cotton will look to continue his rich vein of form from full back, linking in with the backline.

A strong bench backs up the team selected, with newbies Sam Warren and James Dunne joining Patrick Sarmiento, Mike Gibson, Joe Dalton, Rodney Odandi and Jake Rigg as back up.

After a couple of good wins at home, Windermere are back on the road, as they head west to face Moresby in Cumbria Division Two.

Skipper Johnny Benson leads from loose forward and is joined in the back row by Ollie Askew and Adam Hague. Liam Mckinnon at scrum-half links up with regular fly-half Bertie Hodgson, whose footwork could be key in helping break down the Moresby line.

Phil Murphy and Joe Langford in the second row have the power not only to push on the front row of Jamie Hardman, Dan Harrison and Luke Todd but to win the ball at the set-piece.

Daelon Hernandez switches to wing with Neil Piggot moving to full back and opposite wing Moses Dawson always on hand to get over the whitewash.

Brad Askew moves into the backline at centre, joining Williams, with both needing to have their metal about them in both defence and attack.

Millom travel too leaders Silloth tomorrow knowing it’s going to be a difficult task to take any points , especially taking into account that their opponents’ only defeat this season was away to them at Wilson Park in the Cumbria Cup.

The Blues have a lot of injury issues and work commitments this week, which isn’t helping in selection but they are hopeful of raising a strong side to travel up the west coast.

Selection is yet to be confirmed but there is one thing for sure, Millom will not just roll over.