In-form Holker Old Boys face a tough task if they are to continue their winning run in Division One North of the North West Counties League, as they travel to leaders Lower Breck tomorrow.

Four consecutive victories have lifted Holker up to eighth in the table and although hopes of promotion still appear wildly optimistic, they'll travel to Liverpool with their confidence high.

Lower Breck are also on a four-match winning run and are near certainties for promotion to the Premier Division.

There are six games in the top flight of the Furness Premier League scheduled for the weekend, with leaders Vickerstown reserves expected to maintain their lead at the top when they host Britannia at Park Vale.

Hawcoat Park reserves are three points behind and are also on their own patch, as they host Haverigg United, while Kirkby United will look to make up ground when they travel to Bootle.

Croftlands Park host Millom reserves in the first of the quarter final ties in the Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy, with the rest of the last eight games scheduled for next week.

There are five ties in the Furness Junior Cup taking place, with the pick of these unquestionably between Soccer Bar and Bridge United, the top two teams in Division One of the FPL.

Elsewhere in that competition, Division Two champions Coniston will look to upset Ulverston Rangers reserves.