It's a big weekend of amateur rugby league, kicking-off tonight at Egremont.

The Division One Top Four final takes pride of place as Wath Brow A go for the double after topping the table from the regular season.

Their opponents, Cockermouth Titans, go into the game on the back of a fine 22-8 win against Egremont A in the semi-final.

As that was played at Gillfoot, the Titans will have few complaints or concerns about contesting the final on the same ground.

As for the Premier Division, the top four semi-finals are both being played tomorrow.

Distington were clear league winners but will want to back that up by taking the top four title as well.

They didn’t play last week while Seaton kept in trim with a 52-26 win against Glasson Rangers at Aspatria’s Bower Park in the first round of the Cumberland Cup.

The other semi-final sees league runners-up Hensingham hosting Ellenborough in what could be a very tight game.

Much depends on how well Hensingham have recovered from the crop of injuries which virtually ended their title challenge after they had beaten Distington.

Cumberland ARL stalwart Kenny Millican said: "Much has been said about amateur rugby league dying in this part of the world.

"Well, here’s an opportunity for the locals to get out and support three big games which are taking place this weekend.

"Top four play-offs were traditionally games which attracted big crowds and I’d like to think we can have similar attendances at the three matches this weekend."

The big game in the National Conference is taking place outside the county with Egremont making the long trek to Humberside to take on West Hull.

For while Egremont were striking late through Tom Horner to beat Underbank Rangers 22-18, West Hull were putting-up a game performance in defeat at Hunslet Club Parkside.

It finished 9-2 to Parkside but West Hull were level at the break 2-2 and the only try of the game helped the league winners through to victory.

Paul Henson, an assistant coach with Egremont, said: "We were expecting to go to West Hull because Parkside have been unstoppable so far with 22 league wins to finish 100 per cent.

"It will be tough but we know what to expect. We beat them 42-8 at home in May but, in August, we lost 32-0 at their place."

As always, it will be down to how strong a team Egremont can take on the day.