WOOLSTON Rovers will be looking to continue their recent upturn in form when they entertain Dewsbury Celtic in National Conference League Division Two on Saturday at Monk Sports Club, kick off 2.30pm.

Rovers head coach Billy Sheen said: “The last two weeks has seen us get back to winning ways and if we want to put pressure on the three teams above us then we need to continue getting positive results.

"We have had some great tussles with Dewsbury Celtic over the years and I am certain that Saturday will be another enthralling encounter.

"We are currently in fourth place and Celtic in fifth so it is set up to be a great game. We had a narrow win at their place in March and with a bit of luck we can take the two league points again.”

Rovers A will be looking to get back to winning ways when they travel to Barrow on Saturday to take on Hindpool Tigers in North West Men's League Division Two. The coach leaves Monk Sports Club at 10.30am.

Rovers A coach Liam Lawton said: “We need to start playing for the full 80 minutes in games rather than in little patches.

"We were better last week against Ashton but still had little lapses that ended up costing us. We have the ability within the squad but we need to start showing that out on the pitch and if we do that then the results will come.”

Crosfields took a huge step towards National Conference League Division One survival with a 26-12 home win against fellow strugglers Pilkington Recs last week.

They could further help their cause if they can pull off back-to-back wins when they head to Ince Rose Bridge tonight, Friday, kick-off 7.30pm.