TADGH Butler is back with Furness and set to start when the Blues head to Wilson Park for the derby clash with Millom in Cumbria Two.

Butler has returned to the Barrow club from Windermere and slots into the second row alongside Kieron Mason, while a strong back row comprises skipper Corne Els, Andy Brannon and Joe Mallinson.

Chris Dalton continues his renaissance in the front row alongside Ben Hughes and Cameron McLure.

Old-timer Craig McKinnon continues at scrum-half and links up with the other Mallinson, Will. Peter Rimmer and Russ Birch are in the centre,s with Phil Haywood and Jack Budgen the wide-men. Jordan Ashton brings up the rear at full back and Jamie Knight is on the bench.

After a great home win last week, Hawcoat Park are on the road to Whitehaven in the second match of the bottom-four Cumbria Shield play-off.

There are changes from the victory over Upper Eden due to unavailability and it all starts up front as Mike Gibson moves to prop, joining Andy Kent at hooker and John Donnan on the opposite side.

Dan White continues in the second row with Matt Robson, and the back row is Grady Slater, Rory Sayle and Ash Mowatt.

Jack Shannon again links up with Scott Kaighan in the halves, with Jack Lord and Rodin Odandi the men out wide.

Skipper George Smith plays from the centres alongside Lewis Sayle, with Benji Platt reverting to full back, and Harry Higgins and Col Niven warm the bench.

Hawcoat A look to find their form again when Clitheroe 2 visit in North West Intermediate League Division Four, with the side building up to the cup quarter-final next week away at Preston.

A strong squad is available, with competition for several places in the team, including fly-half where Joe Dalton and Adam Williamson are looking to earn the 10 shirt and partner Scott Garnett at scrum-half.

Lee Van Haren is hoping to make his debut in the back row with Peter Matthews and Austin Meadows, but Paul Ruston, Ben Karkera and Mark Woodburn are pushing for a start there as well.

Elsewhere, Windermere are again unchanged for the visit of Creighton in Cumbria Two as they aim to bounce back from last Saturday’s 46-20 defeat away to Egremont.