COLNE will look to put a disappointing start to the Evo-Stik League First Division North campaign behind them when they begin their FA Cup journey tomorrow.

Steve Cunningham's side are on the road at Tadcaster Albion in the Preliminary Round.

The Reds have picked up just one point from two league games so far this season and will be targeting a first win of the season when they make the journey across the Pennines.

Ramsbottom United have made a brighter start to the season and remain unbeaten ahead of the cup tie at home to Liversedge while Clitheroe's trip to Pickering Town takes place on Sunday at Selby Town FC.

Hallmark Security League Premier Division side Barnoldswick are also on the cup trail this weekend when they host Dunston UTS at the Silentnight Stadium.

In the Hallmark Security League Premier Division AFC Darwen host AFC Liverpool at the Anchor Ground looking for their first points of the season.

The Salmoners were beaten 4-0 at home by Ashton Athletic on Wednesday night and prop up the early season table.

Mark Patterson's men were three goals down inside the opening half an hour on midweek and the visitors added a fourth 13 minutes from time to complete the victory.

In the First Division Bacup Borough are on the road at AFC Blackpool and Nelson visit Atherton LR.

Padiham are without a fixture this weekend.

In the National League North Chorley face a testing trip to Boston United as they bid for a second win of the season.

The Magpies recorded an impressive opening day success over Kidderminster Harriers but one point from three games since - culminating in a 4-1 midweek defeat at Harrogate Town - means Matt Jansen's men begin the weekend down in 14th.

But the Chorley boss is remaining upbeat ahead of the trip to Lincolnshire.

Speaking after the midweek loss to Harrogate, where he felt the final scoreline flattered the home side, he said: "We don't look back we look forward, we look to get a result against Boston on Saturday.

"We were disappointed not to get something from the game but it has gone. If we win on Saturday it is forgotten."

Boston have taken three points from their opening three matches.