There's no doubt about the main game in Cumbria tomorrow – the National Conference Premier Division derby clash between Wath Brow Hornets and Egremont Rangers.

Third-placed Wath Brow have sprung to life after a slow start to the season and they go into the game at Red Beck on the back of a 30-8 win at Wigan St. Patrick’s.

Egremont lie second, two points behind Hunslet Club Parkside, and level with Wath Brow but from a game less.

Normanton Knights are the third team on eight points, but from just four games, to have the second 100 per cent record in the competition as well as the leaders.

It has all the ingredients for being a west Cumbrin cracker, especially as Rangers recovered from their first defeat at Normanton, to crush Underbank Rangers 38-14 at the weekend.

Both club are looking forward to the contest, and Wath Brow already have a derby win under their belts as they beat Kells over the Easter holidays.

Kells are only a couple of points behind their local rivals and they completed a full house of Cumbrian wins in the top-flight last week.

It was a terrific win, too, 26-18 at home to Siddal who last season topped the Premier Division table, only to lose the Grand Final to Thatto Heath.

Although Siddal look as though they are not as strong as last year, it was still a very good effort by Kells as they had to draft in several members of their A team because of a debilitating crop of injuries.

The "reserves" did well and coach Peter Smith will have a few selection headaches before tomorrow’s trip to Underbank Rangers.

Smith is likely to have had a few words with contacts at Egremont about Underbank as they showed-up well for the first half at Egremont last week before fading out of contention.

In the Iggesund Cumberland ARL, there looks to be three outstanding fixtures in the Premier Division – although Distington, Hensingham and Ellenborough will expect to win them.

Distington travel to Glasson Rangers, who despite losing their four games so far, have shaped-up well in them all and it won’t be long before they open their account.

Like Distington, Hensingham are 100 per cent from their three opening games, but they host a Seaton side tomorrow who have looked extremely capable so far, with two wins from three games.

Elbra are due to visit Kells A who had to postpone their game last week as several of their players were needed by the injury-hit first team.

The relative strength of the Kells side will determine how this one goes.

Stand-out game in Division One sees Cockermouth Titans entertaining Aspatria Hornets.

Although they still have to register a win in two starts, Cockermouth will be competitive throughout the campaign.

Their visitors Aspatria were outstanding in the first half of their game with Wath Brow A last week, before rather losing their way after the change round.

The day’s entertainment is completed by Lowca against Hensingham A.