SILSDEN may be out of the FA Vase but they continue to conquer all before them in Hallmark Security League Division One as they sit at the summit after ten straight victories.

The Cobbydalers completed their perfect ten to their start to the season in the league with a 1-0 home win over AFC Blackpool in midweek. They welcome Cammell Laird 1907 tomorrow.

Danny Forrest’s men are five points clear at the top but have played one more game than second-placed Litherland REMYCA. Lairds are on the way back up and are in eighth spot.

Thackley are the only local side in the Toolstation Northern Counties East Premier Division with a home game tomorrow and they will be looking to bounce back from their midweek drubbing.

The Dennyboys suffered a humiliating 8-0 loss to Pontefract Collieries but they could begin to repair that damage by beating visitors Staveley Miners' Welfare tomorrow.

Thackley trail their visitors by goal difference only but Staveley have one game in hand and boast a better goal difference.

Albion Sports travel to AFC Mansfield after a midweek win at Parkgate.

Mansfield are eighth but they have three games in hand on the Lions.

Liversedge head to Bridlington Town but Jonathan Rimmington’s men will be keen to bank a win after losing at home on Tuesday.

Sedge were cruising a goal to the good going into stoppage time but had to settle for a draw against Athersley.

Brid are a different proposition and are looking to go third with a three-point maximum.

Eccleshill United will be seeking an eighth straight victory in Division One when they host mid-table Winterton Rangers. The recent run has elevated the Eagles to fifth spot, just one place behind neighbouring rivals Campion.

James Bicknell’s men could climb to second place with a win away at struggling Nostell MW.

The hosts are only three points off the foot of the table and are averaging less than a point per game.