Barrow Island make the long trek to Humberside where they take on Hull Dockers in a bid to reach the last leg of the play offs tomorrow.

Victory would see them going to Wigan St Judes or Crosfields then, all being well, promotion to Division One of the National Conference League.

Dan White is back in contention and could be the only change to the side that had a good 32-18 win over Crosfields last week.

Peter Rimmer is unavailable for the Island, however, while Matty Brown is rated 50-50 as he has a knee injury.

“We need two wins then its the golden ticket to Division One, it will be an interesting game with the Dockers,we won at their place and they won at Rating Lane,” said coach Joe Elliott.

“But I’m sure with the way we played last week that we can come away with a win.”

Although both teams finished on 25 points in the regular season the Dockers, assisted by their 84-0 win over relegated Askam last week, had the better points difference and thus finished higher.

Millom look like taking a young and weekend side to Heworth in Division Three, with an abundance of players unavailable. Definitely out are Adam Kelly and Hanley Dawson due to work commitments.

Coach Tom Sibley said: “Another long trip to Yorkshire and although we are well below full strength, the young lads that will come in will do a job.

“Last week at Dewsbury Celtic, we did well in the first half and were 12-0 down, but we ran out of steam in the second (54-0), so we will go and give it our best shot.”

Hindpool Tigers are back in action after several weeks without a fixture in Division Two of the North West Men's League, as they travel to Bury Broncos for their first-ever visit. At the time of going to press, no team news was available.

In the Premier Division, Walney Central have a week off following their fine 32-6 win over Heysham Atoms last weekend.