It was a successful week for Hawcoat Park last time out, with their first and ‘A’ teams both recording victories against Windermere and Rossendale 3rd XV, respectively.

Tomorrow, their first teams will be travelling to Kirkby Stephen to face old adversaries Upper Eden in Cumbria Division One.

Yet again there are a number of changes from the 22-10 win over Mere in a season that hasn’t seen much consistency in team selection, as the Maroon and Whites face the team directly above them in the table.

Andy Kent and Adam Grainger are joined up front by up-and-coming prop superstar Lewis Philips, with Andy Graham being joined in the second row by Corey Doherty, who had a great run out at Rossendale for the seconds.

Mike Lightfoot is available and comes into the back row, with Alfie White and Rory Sayle for company.

Jack Shannon and George Smith are the link player between backs and forwards from scrum-half and fly-half, respectively, as Lewis Sayle moves into the centres with Chris Burns.

Benji Platt moves back to full back and will look to a returning Luke Harrison and last week’s two-try wonder Rodney Odandi out wide.

A Strong bench containing Danny White, Harry Higgins and Colin Niven, to name a few, give the team every opportunity this weekend.

It’s a strange one for Millom this week, as they travelled up the coast to play Egremont for a Friday night fixture which freed Saturday afternoon up so the guys can enjoy the England game over a lemonade or two.

Final selection had still to be confirmed, with work commitments holding things back a bit, but Millom were looking to pick themselves up after last week’s heavy 43-0 defeat on the road to fellow Blues Furness.

Trevor Dixon was likely to be pulling the strings as captain with help from young gun Kieran Coulson always looking to get in on the action.

Robbie Pattinson at scrum-half was expectied to put his fast feet and great passing to good use to get the backline away with Chris Parks likely to lead the backs.

John Falconer attacks on every opportunity but needed his back rowers Matty Jordan and other Coulson, Luke, to back him up at the breakdown.

So with further confirmations to come, they were hoping to give Egremont a run for their money, despite their poor recent form.