Wath Brow Hornets will host Leigh Miners Rangers on Saturday when the National Conference League’s regional competition moves into overdrive.
The Hornets completed their Cumbria programme with a 100 per cent record after they beat Barrow Island 44-6 in their sixth and final group game.
Kells finished second with six wins and two defeats from their eight games and they will go to Thatto Heath on Saturday in the play-offs.
They travelled to Millom to complete their Cumbrian programme and were comfortable 52-16 winners.
The third game in the section saw Egremont win 44-0 at Hensingham a week after they had needed a last gasp try to beat them in their home game.
Wath Brow, however, will be the team to beat in the play-offs as they came from 6-4 behind after 15 minutes to lead 22-6 at the break.
That advantage grew in the second-half and the Hornets finished with eight tries and six goals from Sam Curwen.
Curtis Teare (2), Jamie Devine, Joe Power, Ellison Holgate, Dean Rooney, Fran King and Callum Farrer scored the Hornets’ tries after Shane Sanderson’s try, converted by Sam Jones had briefly given the Islanders a sniff of an upset.
Kells had the game won at Millom by half-time when they led 40-0 so it was to the hosts credit that they won the second-half 16-12.
Dylan Telford (3), Mason Lewthwaite (2), Aaron Burns (2), Ryan Starkie, Jake Parker and Jordan Burns scored the Kells tries. Jordan Burns kicked six goals.
For Millom there were tries from Astin Morris (2) and Reuben Lancaster, plus two goals by Ricky Donaghue.
Egremont’s comprehensive win at Hensingham was made up of tries by Jack Thompson (2), Fraser McNee (2), Billy Thompson, Kieran Glenn, Pat Wells and Dan Caine. Billy Thompson kicked six goals