ON-LOAN Doncaster Rovers goalkeeper Louis Jones will make his home debut for Tadcaster Albion against Colne tomorrow.

Jones, 18, has been recruited from Sky Bet League One outfit Rovers with first-choice, net-minder Michael Ingham ruled out for six to eight weeks.

Having spent the first part of the season on loan at National League North Gainsborough Trinity, Jones kept a clean sheet on his Albion debut during a 0-0 draw at Mossley.

On his move to the Brewers, the teenage shot-stopper said: “I’m extremely happy to have joined the club.

“I know that Taddy are one of the best teams in this league and I want to help push for the top and perform better each game.

“I enjoyed my debut, all the boys made me feel very welcome. I learnt a lot about the team from just this one game.

“There’s great character and determination in the team which goes a long way. Now, I’m excited to play at the i2i stadium as I’ve heard that the pitch is top quality and the fans are too so, hopefully, I can perform well and we can get the win.”

Tenth-placed Tadcaster will be looking to avenge last month’s 1-0 FA Cup home defeat to Colne - the latter’s only victory on the road this term.

The visitors are currently 17th in the Evo-Stik North table, but they boast the division’s second-best defence with a record of just five goals conceded only bettered by third-placed Hyde United.

Taddy also still have tickets available, meanwhile, for their Evening with Dave Bassett at the i2i Stadium on Tuesday, October 17.

Along with ex-Wimbledon “Crazy Gang” and Sheffield United boss Bassett being a guest speaker, the ticket price of £20 will also include a Pie & Peas Supper.

All proceeds from the night will go towards ground improvements and tickets are available from Kevin Derry by calling 07836 712708 or from David Lloyd on 07981 772085.

Elsewhere, Pickering Town are targeting a seventh straight win in a home clash against fellow Northern Counties East League high-fliers Hemsworth Miners’ Welfare.

Paul Marshall’s men sit one point and one position below their visitors with two games in hand and Hemsworth’s only defeat this term has come against leaders Pontefract Collieries.

The latter, who entertain strugglers Parkgate this weekend, are two points clear of the Pikes, but have played a game more.

In the first division, Selby Town are looking for a first win in four games at home to Nostell.