Millom take on West Cumbrian neighbours Hensingham at Devonshire Road in Division Three of the National Conference League tomorrow and welcome back Connor Terrill after two trial games with St Helens under-19s.

Terrill played at Headingley against Leeds last night in a curtain raiser to the Leeds v St Helens Super League fixture and coach Tom Sibley is pleased to have him in his squad tomorrow.

“It’s good to have Connor back, he is a good player and we wish him well in his spell with St Helens,” said Sibley.

“We are all looking forward to the Hensingham game and go one better that when we met up the coast.

“We came back strong then scoring three late tries but the conversions let up down and we had to settle for a draw (22-22).

“We have to be careful of letting them get a head start, that’s what we did on their patch and in other games this season.

“We are on a run of four away games with just one more at home after tomorrow’s game so we need to get it right and try and finish as high as we can.”

Millom are returning to action after the closure of the A590 led to their match at Woolston Rovers being postponed.

The Woolybacks will come up against former Raiders star half-back Liam Campbell who, after moving to West Cumbria, took up the player/coaching role with Hensingham.

Sibley added: “We will have to mark Campbell out and really keep an eye on him, he pulls the strings for them.. We could have done with the game at Woolston last week as we are finding it difficult to rearrange.

“We got held up in that road accident at Greenodd and it would have been around 4pm when we got there.”

Ross Brooks also returns along with Hanley Dawson. Also unavailable is 16 year old Danny Hartley one for the future.

Hensingham were on the wrong end of a 46-16 home scoreline last week against leaders Hunslet Warriors.

In Division Two, Barrow Island are on the road with a visit to Clock Face Miners in St Helens and welcome back Dan White and Matty Brown while doubtful are Callum Nelson and Chris Reid.

Island are going in search of a league double over the Miners this season as they continue their bid for a play-off place.

Coach Joe Elliott said: “I was pleased with the second half performance last week against Beverley, coming back from 14-4 down at the break to win 28-18.

“Our defence was superb in the second half, as we were more aggressive and that’s why we got the win.”