Fylde Hawks travel to Lymm 2nds, their third away fixture in successive weeks. Lymm have a win and a defeat so far, opening with a sound 29-5 display against Macclesfield 2nds before going down away at Sedgley Park (40-26) last Saturday. The Hawks have had excellent wins at Sale FC and Preston Grasshoppers behind them.

15 Henry Pearson; 14 Jake Foster, 13 Lex Botha, 12 Lewis Pattison, 11 Sam Fisher; 10 Tom Forster, 9 Adam Lanigan; 1 Matthew Ashcroft, 2 Blake Wilkinson, 3 Oliver Parkinson, 4 Seb Smith, 5 Craig Whalley-Hunter, 6 Brett Whitehead, 7 Luke Clitheroe, 8 Jamie Griffin (c).

16 Tom Fox, 17 Josh Moreau, 18 Fraser Stanier..

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Fylde Saracens have had a mixed start to the season, beginning with an excellent 66-22 victory against Sedgley Park 3rds but losing last week 35-14 at Altrincham Kersal 2nds. They welcome Penrith A to the Woodlands on Saturday (ko 15.00), opponents who also have a win and a defeat to their name so far.

15 Callum Wilkinson; 14 Mulenga Chilufya, 13 Matt Worsnip, 12 Karl Etherington, 11 Phil H Dearness; 10 Alex Vowles-Bradley, 9 Charlie Cadley; 1 Richard Frith, 2 Rupert Cobain, 3 George Cook, 4 Matty Clayton, 5 Jay Harrison, 6 FW Atkinson, 7 Tom Hodgkins, 8 Richard Appleyard.

16 TBC, 17 Alex Graham, 18 Chris Horsfield.

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Fylde Vandals are on their travels, this time a very tricky fixture at Division 4 (North) leaders, Aspull 2nds. The Vandals opened up the season with a heavy defeat at Burnley but a much improved performance to earn a narrow win against Bolton 3rds at the Woodlands last Saturday. Tom Godfrey previews the game here