Leg-weary Selby Town will be pushing through the fatigue barrier tomorrow at Mickleover Sports after playing four hours of football in a week.

The Robins overcame Hereford-based Westfields 3-2 in the FA Vase after extra time of the replay - but assistant manager Gary Cygan says they will be running on the highs of a great cup win, rather than just running on empty.

"It was a good win," he said. "We need to get back to winning ways in the league now and hopefully take the cup highs into the league."

Andy Cox and Andy Dawson are both available having missed the ten-hour midweek round trip because of work commitments, while the same team, including cup scorers Adam Wash, Ian Twitchen and Darren Rollinson are expected to line-up once more.

Pickering Town midfielder James Drinkall will be out of their Northern Counties East League premier division game against Glapwell after breaking his nose in last week's FA Vase win.

Lee Nogan will be back with Harrogate Town for their FA Trophy match at Solihull Borough, while long-term injured trio Dean MacAuley, Alex Willgrass and player/manager Alex Mathie are all still sidelined.

Said Mathie: "It's important we don't get too complacent because that's tempting when you're on a good run."

Harrogate Railway go to lowly Hallam keen to improve on their seventh position.

UniBond League division one strugglers Goole are hoping their midweek win against premier division Blyth Spartans will finally reverse their woeful fortunes.

The Vikings are now seven games without a league win, including three draws since manager Paul Marshall was sacked, but caretaker player/boss Nigel Danby believes that the midweek UniBond Challenge win could be enough to drag things round.

He said: "It's been a while in the league and we have been waiting but hopefully that will start here."

Goole welcome back Graham Whitehead from injury for their home clash with Bamber Bridge.

Tadcaster Albion are raring to go at Staveley Miners Welfare after literally cooling their heels last weekend thanks to the sub-zero temperatures.

Dale Waddington will be missing after picking up a suspension for receiving five yellow cards.

Manager Jim Collis said: "Hopefully we can go to Staveley and get something. We got beat there last year even though we played better so it will be nice to win this time round."

Tadcaster's West Riding Cup clash with Halifax Town scheduled for Tuesday has been postponed with Halifax still in the LDV Vans Trophy but Collis has fixed up a friendly against Copmanthorpe.

Updated: 11:17 Friday, November 25, 2005