AFTER a brief break for the Challenge Cup Final, amateur rugby league resumes again this weekend.

And for Woolston Rovers, they are looking to kick on after ending their poor run of form last time out.

A victory over high-flying Ince Rose Bridge brought a six-game losing streak to an end for the Green and Golds and earned them their first win under the stewardship of head coach Liam Lawton.

On Saturday, they make the long trip to Hull Dockers – National Conference League Division One’s bottom club – looking to make it back-to-back victories.

“Our display against Ince was by far our best this season and one that we hope will become the ‘norm’ for the rest of the campaign,” Lawton said.

“We know that the Dockers will be a stiff test – they may be bottom of the league but their one-point loss at high-flying Dewsbury Moor last time out show that their performances are starting to improve.

“We will need to be fully focussed and ready to go ‘toe to toe’ with them for the full 80 minutes if we want to bring the two league points back with us.”

Closer to home, Crosfields will be aiming to keep themselves on the coattails of the Division One leaders.

Rob Campbell’s men won at Stanningley last time out and face another Yorkshire outfit this weekend as they welcome Oulton Raiders to Hood Lane.

Soap currently sit fourth in the table, three points adrift of leaders Leigh Miners Rangers but just a point behind both Waterhead Warriors and Dewsbury Moor Maroons, while Saturday’s visitors sit sixth.

In the North West Men’s League, Latchford Albion are slated to host Blackbrook in a Premier Division fixture at Victoria Park on Saturday.

Woolston Rovers A are also in action in the Entry Division against Garswood Stags Reserves at Monk Sports Club.

“We were a lot better last time out at Chorley but we just need to get a consistent run of games that will allow us to build up some combinations and get us back to winning ways,” Rovers A player/coach Craig Woolvine said.

“It has been a little frustrating having gaps between games but we can now look forward rather than backwards.

“We have had a few players back training that will hopefully boost the squad.”