WEST Bowling make the long trip to Cumbria tomorrow knowing that their future is in their own hands in Kingstone Press National Conference League Division Two.

Bowling travel to Askam knowing that they need a win or a draw to secure the final play-off spot in the division, making the prospect of back-to-back promotions a possibility in just their second year back in the NCL.

In the reverse fixture in April, Bowling came out on top, and will be hoping for a repeat performance this time around.

Elsewhere in Division Two, Drighlington make the journey to Wigan St Judes, hoping to emulate the victory against the same opponents last weekend.

Relegated Bradford Dudley Hill bring their disappointing 2018 to a close when they welcome York Acorn to the Neil Hunt Memorial Ground in their final fixture in Division One.

Elliot Cousins is available again for the hosts, while Neil Wall and Aiden Batey are level on man-of-the-match points with seven each.

Hill’s manager Steve Wright said: “You know what you get with Aiden but Neil, who is 32, has really rolled back the years this season with his displays.”

In the Yorkshire Men’s League, the play-offs are underway, with two Bradford sides in action.

In Division One, Queensbury make the trip to Castleford to face Cutsyke Raiders in a winner-takes-all clash, while in Division Two Odsal Sedbergh make the short trip to King Cross Park in Halifax.

The winners will take their places in the play-off finals next weekend.

The Yorkshire Men’s League Autumn League also kicks-off this weekend.

It is made up of two six-team groups, who play five home and five away matches.

Queensbury are in Group Two, but will not be in action until their summer league season finishes.