WOOLSTON Rovers' open-aged first team return to action tomorrow, Saturday, after a three-week break.

They will entertain Saddleworth Rangers in National Conference League Division Two at Monk Sports Club, Hillock Lane, kick-off 2.30pm.

Rovers have lost their last three fixtures and their NCL team head coach Billy Sheen said: “With the Dewsbury Moor game being postponed and last week being a free weekend it has hopefully worked in our favour and allowed us to regroup and work on a few things in training to enable us to get back to winning ways.

"It had been a difficult few weeks losing three successive games but we are still in a good position in the league table.

"A few good results over the next month or so and we will be right back in the running for automatic promotion.

"Saddleworth have notoriously always given us tough games, going back many years, and I am sure that this weekend will be no different.”

Rovers' first beer festival, which starts tonight, has its second session between 2pm and 7pm tomorrow, coinciding with the match.

And there will also be a ’20-year anniversary’ reunion of the Warrington Woolston Rovers side that claimed the inaugural National League Three title in 2003.

Rovers A also return to action tomorrow afternoon after a three-week break when they travel to Newton Storm in North West Men's League Division Two. Kick off is 1.30pm at Newton-le-Willows Sports Club, Crown Lane East.

Coach Liam Lawton said: “It has been a real stop-start campaign for us but hopefully we can now play every week and that will allow us to build up some consistency.

"We have played well in big parts of games but then slipped away late on so we need to start playing for the full 80 minutes and if we do then we will give ourselves a much better chance of claiming the victories that would move us up the table.

"Newton put us to the sword at our place so we know that we need to perform a lot better this week.”