Millom are on the road to Woolston Rovers in Division Three of the National Conference League tomorrow and go into the game without Connor Terrill, who is starting trials at St Helens.

Several other players are unavailable for the trip to Cheshire and coach Tom Sibley will take stock after the final training session.

Sibley who missed last week's trip to Waterhead Warriors, where Millom lost 52-12, said: “I was disappointed with the scoreline.The lads realised this and they went through a tough session on Tuesday to put things right.

"We are not in a good position and with six games to go we need to string some wins together.

"Next week we are looking forward to Hensingham coming to Millom, a game that I am targeting to win but we need a result tomorrow.

"Woolston are a decent side, we ran them close at home so after a bad few weeks we need to bounce back.”

The Woolybacks will be in for a tough 80 minutes as the Warrington side top the division, ahead of Batley Boys on points difference, with both on 32.

Millom are tenth in the table off the back of two other defeats on the road and are looking to pick up their sixth victory of the campaign.

Askam travel to East Leeds in Division Two and welcome back Jamie Butler and Joe Satterthwaite, who both missed last week's 36-24 defeat at Bradford Dudley Hill.

It was another tough day on the road for the Villagers' depleted squad, but stand-in coach Tammy Tyson is happy with the commitment of his players, who are down in numbers.

He said ahead of the trip to Yorkshire: “Fifteen lads went to Dudley Hill and put up a good showing. There was only six points in it going into the final minutes when they got a breakaway converted try.

"The lads stuck in all afternoon and I credit them all for their efforts, especially Kier Shepherd Sam Broadley and Josh Steel.

"It has not been a good season for several reasons, but this bunch of lads have given their all for the club.They have got on with it despite playing some games with only 13 players and I am proud of them."

Askam are running out of games to save themselves from relegation as they go into the game three points adrift at the foot of the division.