SKIPPER Steven Chilton is eyeing back-to-back win for Daisy Hill this weekend as they look to maintain form that sees them firmly in the mix for silverware.

Top of the Association table, the St James Street outfit can cement their position with victory over bottom side Golborne tomorrow and then face a crunch semi-final clash against high-flying Premiership side Kearsley in the Peter Stafford Trophy on Sunday.

Chilton says the league is the main focus but knows victory on Sunday would be just as sweet with the chance of a final spot against either Walkden or Heaton in their sights.

The skipper accepts they go into the tie as underdogs but says the players are confident after some notable successes in their run to the last four.

Chilton told The Bolton News: “It is already successful for us to reach the last four – we have been a surprise package for a lot of people as not many would have expected us to get this far.

“We have played well in the trophy, though, having already beaten Farnworth Social Circle and Westhoughton as well as Lostock in the group stages.

“We know Kearsley are playing well but we have already beaten top-flight teams to get this far.

“We beat Kearsley in the league last year and there is no pressure on us so we are confident we can do well, taking each game as it comes.

“We have played well all year – we can get runs and have, in my opinion, the best opening bowlers in the league in Steve Hodgkinson and Neil Tong who have over 100 wickets between them in all competitions this year.

“So we have a chance and it would be fantastic to reach the final.”

Before the cup clash, focus is on league business against Golborne and Chilton says they cannot be complacent in a top-versus-bottom clash.

He added: “They beat us in the group stage of the T20 and if their top-order is on form they can easily surpass 200 runs so we will not be taking them lightly.

“They have players like Shahid Mahboob who has played Test cricket and wicketkeeper Ciaran Vesey is useful with the bat.

“We have belief though and the focus is on the league because we want to get back up into the top division.

“Training has been good and the lads are all confident – now we have to go out show it this weekend.”