Hawcoat Park will follow up last week’s demolition job of Creighton with a trip to Carlisle Crusaders in Cumbria Division One tomorrow.

There are only a couple of changes from the previous game and it all starts upfront with last week’s debutant prop, and former Blaydon player, Ben Hughes keeping his shirt after a great performance, joining Andy Kent and Adam Grainger.

John Donnan and Lee Van Heron stay in the engine room with back row Alfie White, Andy Graham and, hopefully, Grady Slater coming back from Glasgow to join the squad.

Jack Shannon and George Smith keep the half-back roles and responsibility with regular centres Will Coles and Chris Burns on hand to get the ball over the whitewash.

It will be full back Elliot McDermott’s last game for the club, as the GB touch rugby player is moving south, so he will be hopeful of plenty of ball, along with wing men Luke Harrison, Glenn Kaighan and Rodney Odandi.

It’s a massive game at Hawcoat Park A, as they’ll be taking on on Lostock’s first team in a league and cup double header.

The squad looks strong with Paul Woodburn, Ryan Brown and Lewis Phillips taking up the mantle in the front three.

Seventeen-year-old Hugh Williams continues his progression by teaming up with the oldest second row player in the squad, Martin Kennedy.

Matthew Robson returns to the squad after a lengthy spell off and has Peter Matthews and captain Peter Jennens for company in the back row.

Scott Garnett is at scrum-half with Lewis Sayle at fly-half looking to get brother Rory Sayle, returning from long-term injury, and Jay Crowe or Jake Rigg on the front foot.

Adam Armstrong, Col Wright and Jay Hill will all have parts to play with Jack Fawcett, Mike Gibson and Steve Mcarthur all keen to get into the starting set up.

After playing St Benedicts last week, it doesn’t get any easier for Millom as they take on Wigton at Wilson Park.

Coach Adam Redhead will be hoping for a full side this week with Ian Cummings, Trevor Dixon and Keiron Coulson to the fore.

Steven Forster’s strong running with the ball in hand will be a welcome return, along with Matty Jordan and Joe Laydon’s work at the ruck.

Luke Coulson and hopefully Dean Redhead will be able to pull a shirt on this week, with Robbie Pattinson going from scrum-half.

Ryan Carter and Chris Park’s experience will be needed to steady the ship, with young guns Richard Preston, Sy Robertson and Bud Knowles always keen to get points on the board.