YORK Minster Engineering League champions Wigginton Grasshoppers have had four players called up to the reps’ squad.

Grasshoppers’ quartet Mike Clancy, Dale Holding, Jake Duckworth and Jamie Wilstrop have all been included in the 16-strong party for Saturday’s clash against the Chester and Wirrall League at Cammel Laird’s ground, kick-off 3pm.

Having defeated the West Riding County Amateur League 2-1 in the FA Inter-League Cup’s first round, the York side are targeting a quarter-final place.

The hosts beat the Cheshire League 6-3 after extra-time to set up this weekend’s contest

Jonny Andrew (long-term injury) and Ryan O’Reilly (work commitments) are the only absentees for York, with midfielder Damon Cox – a past premier division title winner with Old Malton St Mary’s – drafted in.

The tournament is regionalised until the semi-final stage, so a tie against another northern section league awaits the winners, including a potential trip to the Isle of Man.

A coach will leave Copmanthorpe Recreation Club at 10am on Saturday morning and, anybody wishing to travel with the team, can do so for a small charge of £5.

Seats can be reserved by calling 01653 489002 or 07511 250045.

The full squad is: Mike Clancy (Wigginton), Cam Sanderson (Dringhouses), Dale Holding (Wigginton), Matty Pallister (Copmanthorpe), Dan Andrew (Dunnington), Josh Waite (Huntington Rovers), Scott Nicholas (Old Malton St Mary’s), Daman Cox (Old Malton), Jake Duckworth (Wigginton), Chris Bilton (Osbaldwick), Andrew Simpson (Sporting Knavesmire), Jamie Wilstrop (Wigginton), James Edmund (Huntington), Chris Dyson (Huntington), Marcus Godsell (Old Malton), Matty Mulhearn (Dringhouses).