Ulverston are looking for both points on offer when they entertain Harsefinch at Dragley Beck in Division One of the North West Men’s League tomorrow, but they’ll be missing out is Howard Rowley who picked up a facial injury in last week’s ‘A’ team clash with Dalton.

Rowley could face surgery on his injuries and he is joined on the sidelines by Ryan John, who is troubled by a knee problem.

On the plus side, returning is creative half-back Connor Saunders. Not only is his presence needed for his field play, but he is one of the best goal kickers in the area.

Coach Dennis Porter said: “Connor being back is a big plus - he has a big heart and stiffens us up in the middle. I have yet to finalise the 17 and could well bring in some of the young kids. I took in the ‘A’ team game with Dalton and some looked very useful.

“They may not be ready for first team rugby, but you have to blood them sometime and tomorrow could be the day for one or two.

“You have to give lads the opportunity when the occasion comes, so we will give that some thought.”

Hindpool Tigers, fresh from their 50-6 win over Culcheth Eagles in the North West Men’s League Trophy last week, are confident of picking up the points on the road at Wigan St Patricks A in Division Two.

Cameron and Connor McDermott return in a strong squad that also sees the return of Josh Bayliss and Jamie Lynn.

Not making the trip are Nathan Sneesby and Paul Rickleton, who are on international duty with the Lionhearts in Jamaica, while also unavailable are Matty Archer and Josh Griffiths.

Coach Darren Clarke said “There is an air of confidence in the squad, they are buzzing after last week’s cup win and they are looking to pick up the points at the Pats.

“We are at West Houghton next week and players know that good performances in both will put them in contention for the Trophy semi-final clash with Chorley Panthers (at home) so it’s all to play for”

Walney Central are also on their travels, as they head to Haydock hoping to be at the races and push up the ladder in the Premier Division.

Matty Elliott, Jordan Staffieri and Stu Tippet are unavailable while back in the fold are Jamie Morrow, Adam Nicholson and Jack Rushton.

Joint coach Dave Warne said: “It’s time to pick up points with four out of our five remaining games at home after tomorrow. We have a stronger side out to that which lost at home to leaders West Bank a fortnight ago, we were a bit light that day”