Walney Island and Furness Cavaliers will both be looking to progress to the next round of the West Lancashire League Challenge Cup tomorrow.

Division Two leaders Walney have an away tie, albeit not too long a trip, at Kendal United, as they look to continue their defence of a trophy they won emphatically against Cavs last season.

The Cavaliers themselves welcome Freckleton to Rampside Road, although they'll be looking to upset the odds, as they're up against a team who are four places above them in the table.

There is also one quarter final tie in the Furness Senior Cup taking place, with Furness Rovers will look to avoid a shock against Furness Premier League champions Croftlands Park.

Holker Old Boys will try to bounce back from their narrow defeat against Lower Break last week when they travel to AFC Darwen in First Division North of the North West Counties League.

Darwen thrashed Holker 6-1 on the opening day of last season, but Kev Watkin's side have improved since then and are one point and two places ahead of their hosts going into the weekend.

In the Furness Premier League, the three remaining Terry Clinton Memorial Trophy quarter finals are scheduled, with the pick of the ties being the clash between Vickerstown reserves and Kirkby United at Park Vale, while Hawcoat Park reserves head to Walney Island reserves.