AFTER ended their long losing run tomorrow against York, Chorley Lynx will be looking for another victory this Sunday when Batley Bulldogs are the visitors to Victory Park, ko 3pm.

In last week's victory Lynx ran in 15 tries with Stuart Fisher breaking two club records in the process, coach Graham West will be hoping that the victory will give his side the confidence to put together a run of victories to take them away from the foot of the league.

Full back Stewart Dickinson is expected to be fit after having six stitches ina head wound whilst ex-Gateshead and Orrell full back Matthew Brown will keep his place in the squad after an impressive deubt after coming on as substitute for Stewart Dickinson.

The club this week have completed the signing of Warrington Academy player Michael Grady who impressed Graham West during a month's trial while Paul Rostance has also re-signed for the club. This now gives Graham West competition for places which is something that he has not had before this season.

Batley have been very inconsistent so far winning five games. Last week however, they had a surprise home victory over in-form Whitehaven coming from a 14-8 half time deficit. They do possess players of real pace like ex-Bradford centre Roger Simpson and along with the likes of Glen Tomlinson, Craig Lingard, David Longo and Jeff Wittenburg they are sure to cause Lynx far more problems thean York could muster last week.

Lynx will line up: Dickinson, Ramsdale, Geritas, Friar, Taberner, Farrell, Fisher, Prest, Ashton, Westwood, Harrison, Prescott, Talbot. Subs: Maiden, Brown, Verelli, Vincent.