CHORLEY must stop one of their old stars tomorrow as they bid for glory on the national stage – but they face a real test as Josh Tolley returns to Windsor Park as part of a Bamford Fieldhouse team who can call on the stars.

Andy Holdsworth’s men host the wealthy Rochdale outfit, who are captained by Andrew Flintoff’s best mate Paddy McKeown and have former Lancashire stars Warren Hegg and Chris Schofield registered, in the regional final of Group Five of the ECB National Club Knockout.

They also have West Indians Melbourne Austin and Marlon Black forming their bowling attack.

While Hegg and Schofield have yet to turn out for Fieldhouse this season, McKeon – another former Old Trafford star – is bang in form and Chorley’s own Tolley opens the batting.

Cumberland star Tolley, who played for Woodhouses before moving to Bamford, is in good nick this term and wants to impress on his return to the ground where he made his name.

But Holdsworth’s men go into the game on a high as they claimed back-to-back Northern League wins last weekend and they have shone in the competition.

Wins over Urmston, Bradshaw and Northern League rivals Leyland have seen them into the regional final, while Bamford Fieldhouse have been imperious.

They crushed Liverpool Competition outfit Highfield and then demolished Southport and Birkdale before really catching the eye in the last round.

They hammered big spending Bolton League side Westhoughton by 10 wickets to set up the Windsor Park showdown.

Last year’s semi finalists Bamford Fieldhouse, who only narrowly lost out to winners York last season, demolished Westhoughton for just 86 thanks to Jean Pierre Lee’s 5-25, with Bamford Fieldhouse reaching their target in less than 20 overs.

The winners will travel to face either Shrewsbury or Tamworth in round five – the first national round – on Sunday, July 14.

Chorley’s Northern League rivals Kendal are also in regional final action tomorrow.

The Lake District outfit, who still include Nelson’s professional of 1984 and 1985 Terry Hunte in their ranks, face Ormskirk at Shap Road.

The winners of that game will travel to Nottinghamshire to face either Cuckney - who beat Chorley at the national stage last season – or West Indian Cavaliers.