TADCASTER Albion tomorrow face the visit of newly-deposed Evo-Stik League north leaders South Shields – as the Brewers look to build on New Year’s Day’s 5-0 thrashing of Brighouse Town.

Albion cannot climb higher than 10th tomorrow, but a win would see them string together their best run of league wins since mid-November.

Tom Corner bagged a brace in Monday's game – the same day that the Mariners suffered their first home defeat of the season at the hands of Scarborough Athletic.

Tomorrow, fourth-placed Pickering Town can put further pressure on the teams above them in the Northern Counties East League premier division when they host fifth-placed Maltby Main, with only one point separating them from second position.

Billy Logan earned the Pikes a 2-2 draw at home to Liversedge with a late equaliser on his return to Mill Lane two weeks ago, while Main were held to a 1-1 draw by Staveley Miners Welfare.

Division one Selby Town were consigned to their first defeat in seven games by Knaresborough Town 13 days ago, and were denied a home rematch a week later by poor pitch conditions.

The sixth-placed Robins have the third-best scoring record in the division, and they travel to second-bottom Retford United, who have conceded a league-high 75 goals.

Knaresborough Town can restore their position at the summit as they host current leaders Grimsby Borough tomorrow.

Premier division strugglers Harrogate Railway Athletic tomorrow travel to 16th-placed Athersley Recreation, who come into the game off the back of a 2-1 home win over Handsworth Parramore.

The Rail lost their last game 6-1 at Rainworth Miners Welfare.

Scarborough Athletic are on the up in the Evo-Stik League north, now sitting just one point behind leaders Prescot Cables.

The Seadogs travel to seventh-placed Droylsden, who were last held to a 0-0 stalemate at Mossley, but extended their unbeaten run to six games.

Tomorrow, National League North high-fliers Harrogate Town travel to mid-table Chorley, who last featured in a 3-0 loss at Southport.

Town started the new year positively with a 3-0 home win over Darlington, while Chorley lost 3-0 at Southport.

The draw has been made for the North Riding FA Senior Cup quarter-finals, pitting Scarborough Athletic against Pickering Town, while York City have received a home tie against Boro Rangers and Middlesbrough will host Redcar Athletic. All ties will take place on or before Wednesday, January 31.

In the West Riding FA County Cup, Tadcaster Albion will host Selby Town in the semi-final on Tuesday, February 6 rather than Saturday, February 3, which was stated in The Press yesterday.