THE first round of the Paul Wilson Memorial Trophy takes priority in the Furness Premier League tomorrow.

Division One outfit Furness Rovers reserves host Premier League side Walney Island reserves and will be looking to cause an upset against the 11th-placed side - along with aiming to bounce back from a 5-3 loss to Swarthmoor Social.

Meanwhile, Haverigg United host neighbours Millom reserves in what could be a close-fought derby.

The home side are just three points ahead in the Furness Premier League, due to themselves beating Brittania 1-0 last weekend, whilst Millom lost 3-0 at Hawcoat Park reserves

Holders Kirkby United will be hoping to get one over on Park, which is an intriguing clash as it is second versus third on league form.

And Swarthmoor Social welcome Barrow Celtic, who have racked up 18 points from their first nine games of the season.

Bootle will be hoping to move up the table in one of three Premier League games taking place, as they play one of their two games in hand, at home to second-bottom Furness Cavaliers reserves.

Leaders Croftlands Park will be looking to stretch their unbeaten run to nine matches when they host Dalton United reserves at Croftlands Park, who are yet to score a point, and Vickerstown reserves play Holker Old Boys reserves.