WALNEY Central travel to Widnes West Bank minus the Nichols brothers in the North West Men’s League Premier Division tomorrow.

Brad and George are both injured, while Jordan Staffieri is unavailable too.

However, the squad is strengthened by the return of Matty Holmes, Ethan Furness and Brad Fones.

“We are looking for a good run out, looking ahead to next week’s BARLA Cup semi with Thatto Heath A,” said Cents joint-coach Dave Warne. “It was a pity last weeks game with the Heath was called off “

In Division One Ulverston travel to Haresfinch and welcome back Mark Wilkinson, who has been working in the USA, he is joined by Dan Akrigg.

Missing out are Sam Shepherd, Will Coales and Sam Williams. Coach Dennis Porter said: “Again, left frustrated by last weeks postponement. The lads trained hard then no game, but they are itching to go and we are confident of winning.”

Hindpool are home to Westhoughton in Division Two and welcome back Nathan Sneesby, Scott McGuighan, John Crawford, Callum Lamont and Tony Rickleton.

Long-term injured Josh Bayliss and Lee Boyd could make a surprise return too.

Coach Darren Clarke said: “We did well last week at Langworthy despite losing and the 26-6 the score doesn’t reflect the effort of the boys. We were hit with injuries and I had to come off the subs bench.”

Roose Pioneers are away to Woolston A in Division Three and go without Chris Larkin, Chris Holmes, Dan White and Euan James.

However, they have several youngsters coming into the team in Mike Light, Sol Doughty, Harrison O’Brien, Jake Robson and new recruit James Armistead.

Joint-coach Mike Backhouse said: “We have some missing, but it gives an opportunity to others. The lads have worked hard this week, and we will go with confidence and get the result.”