Furness find themselves away again tomorrow as they travel west to face Egremont in Cumbria Division One, writes Jason Meadows.

The Blues ended up travelling short to Wigton, where they lost 63-0, last week but they are more hopeful of making the journey with a full squad this time around.

Fingers are crossed that the side selected last week will be available, which would mean James Howden pulling the strings from ten, alongside Euan James and Tez Nueto.

Chris Dalton with lead the front three, which includes Ben Hughes and Dan Scott alongside him. Mark Hall and Jack Budgen take up the pushing role in the second row with captain Corne Els looking for Will Mallinson to control the forwards in all areas.

David Findlayson's boot will look to get the Blues positional advantage to allow Jordan Ashton and Joel Thomas to run the lines in the backs. Final selection is still to be decided, so it could be all change for the game ahead.

Dawes Meadow sees the return of Windermere to home turf as they welcome the Zebras of Workington to their ground.

Mere came out second best last week against league leaders Cockermouth, but will be hoping for better luck this week with skipper Jonny Benson looking to fellow back rowers Gregg Meschino and Dan Fox to get the breakdowns clear for scrum-half Liam Mckinnon and stand-off Bertie Hodgson to get clean ball away to the backs.

At the set-piece, Jamie Hardman, Shaun Stafford and Tyrone Alderson will look to control the impact with second row partners John Longworth and Josh Dawson also key in the forwards.

Giles Jones and Tom Atkinson are out wide looking for opportunity on the ball with centres Brad Askam and Moses Dawson hoping to get the ball wide quick.

Liam Garnett at full back will be looking to join the attacks and defensive lines when required in what could be a great game on paper between two evenly-matched teams.