BARROW Island’s fight for survival continues when Dewsbury Celtic visit the John Jefferson Stadium.

The Island are rooted second bottom of Division Two of the National Conference following a narrow 26-24 defeat at home to fellow Cumbrians Ellenborough Rangers last weekend.

Island have only three wins from 12 games this season and are in the relegation zone at the wrong end of the table along with Pilkington Recs, and Saddleworth who like the Rating Lane side are on six points.

Island have not had the best of fortunes this season with injuries taking its toll, but they welcome back the Wright Twins, Aide and Dan along with former Walney stalwart Jordan Staffieri.

Unavailable are Josh McBain and Brandon Corrie.

Millom, who are in mid-table, travel to Shaw Cross Sharks who top the ladder with just one defeat from 12 games.

A very young and inexperienced Woolybacks side went down 28-6 at Dewsbury Celtic last week, but are strengthened by the return of key half-back Jonathan Hodgson, Jude Lupton, Niall Harris, Rio McQuiston and Tom Askew.

Late fitness tests await Dom O’Brien (hamstring) and Daniel Hartley(dead leg).

Hindpool Tigers are on the road with a visit to Newton Storms where they aim to maintain their 100 per cent league record currently six out of six.

Back in contention are Rocco Scarpone and Rich Wolfe, while set for his second game is new recruit Brad Fones.

Dalton are at home to West Houghton Lions, but ruled out are Elliott Bibby and Ben Atkinson.

However, back in the squad are Declan Gavin and Stu High.

Ulverston’s home fixture with Burtonwood Bridge has been called off due to the Bridge being unable to raise enough players.

Roose Pioneers are without a fixture as is the case with Askam.