HOLKER Old Boys have a chance to reel in the sides above them in North West Counties League First Division North tomorrow when they make the trip to Steeton.

Last Saturday's 3-3 draw at home to AFC Liverpool, where goals from Brandon Collins, Robbie Wallace and JP Stanway put them in front before a late fightback secured a point for the visitors, saw Holker leapfrog St Helens Town.

Kevin Watkin's side are now looking up the table rather than over their shoulders, with the gap between them and the bottom two now six points.

Tomorrow's opponents Steeton are two places and 11 points ahead of Old Boys, so a win for the away side would go some way to reducing that deficit and keep alive their hopes of finishing higher up the table.

The match takes place at Cougar Park, where Steeton have been tennants of the Keighley Cougars rugby league team since the start of the 2018/19 season.

Closer to home, the Furness Junior Cup and Paul Wilson Memorial Trophy resume tomorrow, with three second-round ties taking place in each.

In the Furness Premier League Premier Division, Kirkby United play their game in hand on leaders Bootle and will return to the top of the table if they make the most of it by winning away to Haverigg United.

Croftlands Park are aiming to keep in touch with the top two and host Barrow Celtic.

Tomorrow's Furness Premier League fixtures

Premier Division (2pm): Croftlands Park v Barrow Celtic, Dalton United res v Walney Island res, Haverigg United v Kirkby United, Millom res v Vickerstown res, Swarthmoor Social v Bootle.

Division One (2pm): Barrow Celtic res v Crooklands Casuals res, Hawcoat Park A v British Legion.

Division Two (2pm): Bootle res v Britannia res, Holker Old Boys A v Coniston, Kirkby United res v Millom St James.

Paul Wilson Memorial Trophy (2pm): Holker Old Boys res v Barrow Wanderers, Furness Rovers res v Furness Cavaliers res, Ulverston Rangers res v Britannia.

Furness Junior Cup (2pm): Barrow Wanderers res v Askam United res, Vickerstown A v Cartmel & District A, Bridge United v Swarthmoor Social res.