In the Premier Division of the North West Men's League, Walney Central are home to second-placed Ashton Bears tomorrow.

The home side come into the game rested, after last week's opponents Rochdale Mayfield A didn't make the trip up to Central Drive as they couldn't raise a team, leading to Walney being awarded the points.

Cents welcome back Jordan Staffieri, Matty Elliott, Stu Tippett, Dale Waite, Rob Hartley, Matty Solsby, Joe McMullen and Ellis Rea.

Joint-coach Dave Warne said: “It is good to have these players back. We have struggled lately and to have so many key players back is vital.”

In Division Three, Roose Pioneers return to Holbeck Park for the visit of Eccleston Lions, who failed to raise enough players for their home fixture with Wigan Spring View last week.

"We are preparing for them to come and look to continue the good work of last week when we beat Culcheth at Craven Park,"said joint-coach Mike Backhouse.

"It would have been nice to play at Barrow again but they have a home game Sunday.”

Matty Phillips, Dom Coulson and Ronnie Neale are unavailable while back in contention are Euan James, Josh Tranter and Liam Armistead.

Backhouse added “We won comfortably at their place but they are a big side so we won't take them lightly”

Ulverston welcome back Tom and Jake Spedding along with Jack Akred for their away game at Hindley in Division One, while Dan Crabtree is unavailable.

Coach Dennis Porter said: “ It is good to have the Spedding boys back in what should be a strong squad.

"We gave one or two youngsters a game recently and though they did well you have to go with your experienced lads if available."

In Division Three of the National Conference League, Millom are on the road as they go to Waterhead Warriors.

The Woolybacks are second-bottom after Salford City Roosters, who were previously at the foot of the table, pulled out of the league last week.

It is Millom's first game in two weeks after they were defeated 40-24 at Oldham St Annes, which prevented them from recording three league wins in a row for the first time this season.