After last week’s great win at home against Creighton, Furness travel north to face Carlisle Crusaders in Cumbria Division One tomorrow in a game they are more than capable of winning.

On their day, Furness can give anyone a good game, so with Carlisle’s current inconsistent form you’d fancy them to get the first away win of the season.

Skipper Corne Els could well find himself back in the front row alongside Cameron McClure and Grant Adams, with possibly Mark Hall and Will Mallinson, or one of Dan Scott, Jack Budgen & Danny Speers joining Hall in the engine room to free up Mallinson.

Dave Finlayson could find himself at scrum-half, feeding the ball to Adam Jackson, who will put the opposition under pressure with his precise kicking and free running game.

Jordan Ashdown has played both wing and full back, so will cover off the backline with Russ Birch, Alex Brown and Dan Sayle in attendance.

Last week was a hard day at the office for Hawcoat Park, but they were able to pull off a great 14-13 victory against a formidable Upper Eden side. Still undefeated, they travel to Silloth tomorrow looking to keep the points on the table ticking over.

Stability seems to be bearing fruit with Scott Dobbie, Adam Grainger and Andy Kent likely to keep the front three jerseys.

Jack Sutherland moves back into the second row to partner John Donnan, with Callum Ramsey returning from sickness to join Joe Rea and Harry Higgins in a strong back row.

Will Coles will hopefully returnsto the team at scrum-half, looking to his forwards for clean ball to get George Smith away to feed Chris Burns in the centre and Matt Burrow on the wing.

Making his debut for the Maroon and Whites is Luke Harrison, who is making his maiden run-out with the first team looking to link up with Benji Platt.

Hawcoat Park A hope to turn the corner this week as they welcome Vale of Lune 3rd XV.

Hawcoat have had a run of bad luck with injuries and unavailability, but will be back to full steam with some key players returning to the fold. Up front sees the return of Paul Woodburn, who will stiffen up the front three no end along with Jordan Bayliff in the second row.

Corey Bayliff is also available to join Bayliff as is Ryan Brown and Jack Fawcett in the front row. Joe Dalton makes an appearance at ten and will be alongside Jake Rigg and Andrew Graham.

Fingers are crossed the Sarmiento brothers, Patrick and Fran, will be in the squad, as is Tez Nueto and Robert Shephard. Lewis Sayle plays at home this week, so will give the backline a real strong feel about it.