Kells and Egremont take centre stage tomorrow when their National Conference clash will be shown live on FreeSport TV.

The Premier Division game will kick-off at 4.05pm after the other matches have been played and should showcase some of the best of west Cumbrian amateur rugby league.

Although it does seem the Premier Division is already about who can finish second, Egremont currently stand in second spot and are determined to hold on to it.

Leaders Hunslet Club Parkside have won all 11 games so far and have reached the halfway point of the season with a 100 per cent record in the league, eight points clear.

They don’t play tomorrow so Egremont, if they can beat Kells, will close the gap to six points.

But their hosts produced an outstanding performance the last time they played at home, beating the reigning Grand Final winners Thatto Heath Crusaders and a repeat of that form would make it very interesting.

Wath Brow Hornets currently occupy third place in the table and tomorrow travel to Siddal, who ended the regular season last year in pole position.

But their form this time round has been iffy with as many defeats as wins in their 10-match programme so far.

There were matches in the Iggesund Cumberland ARL on Tuesday, although one fixture had to be called off.

Glasson were due to host Hensingham but vandals had wrecked their goal-posts.

Seaton held an 8-2 lead at half-time in their game at Distington but the home side rallied to win 22-8.

Liam Bates and Lewis Mason had scored unconverted tries for Seaton with Distington only able to respond with a Stephen Clark penalty.

But the hosts responded well and, in the second half, scored four unanswered tries through Jordan Scott, Jamie Friel, Jack Penrice and James Motum. Clark converted two of them.

In Division One, Egremont were 40-0 winners at Flimby after establishing a 24-0 lead by the break.

Flimby battled hard for the first 30 minutes but four tries in the final ten minutes of the half, including two interception tries, left the home side with too much to do.

Thomas Carruthers (2), Lee Cruden, James Newton, Kevin Thompson, Johnathon Stoddart and Dan Telford. Billy Thompson landed six goals.

In tomorrow’s Premier Division fixtures, there’s an early start (1.30pm kick-off) at Distington where Kells A are the visitors. This is because of Kells’ first team game being televised.

With a more conventional 2.30pm start are: Premier Division, Hensingham v Ellenborough and Glasson Rangers v Seaton.

Division One, Aspatria v Flimby; Cockermouth v Hensingham A.