THE last game of the season for Hawcoat Park sees them travel to Kirby Stephen to face Upper Eden in what is always a well-contested affair, writes Jason Meadows.

The team is fairly stable on the selection front, so there are not many changes from the team which competed so well away at St Benedicts last time out.

Andy Kent, Adam Grainger and Paul Woodburn are the men up front pushing the scrum forward, with John Donnan and Corey Doughty in the engine room.

Rory Sayle moves into the back row, and will play alongside the returning Lee Van Heron and Brad Morrow.

Jack Shannon will be looking to the pack to provide clean attacking ball for getting the backs up and running alongside skipper George Smith, whose up-and-at-them approach worked well against Bennies.

Rodney Odondi and Jack Lord are the speedsters on the wings, with centre Lewis Sayle and Chris Burns always on hand to get over the whitewash.

So with Benji Platt at full-back the team looks good and up for this game to close out a hard season.

Park's A team face the team just above them in the North West Intermediate League when they travel to Thornton Cleverly.

Skipper Peter Jennens leads from the back row, with Austin Meadows and Peter Matthew looking to get to the breakdowns early. Ryan Brown and Mike Gibson are in the front row and may be joined by Martin Kennedy.

Jordan Bayliff starts from the second row and could be joined by county star Mikee Light, who makes his open-age debut. Adam Williamson is back at scrum-half and could link up with Danny Scott or Jason Milby in the halves. Keenan Cotton, Jay Crowe, Jake Rigg and Luke Robb are in the backs.

In Cumbria Two, Windermere have a few changes enforced by injury for the visit of Aspatria, including Sam Leach coming into the front row for Dan Harrison.