SEATON Delaval’s David Low was in New York when superstorm Sandy hit; he returns to a Red Devils side that could face a storm at Hebburn Reyrolle.
The South Tynesiders are looking to pull out of the relegation zone and will be after a positive response from their players after being dumped out of the Durham FA Trophy last weekend.
Apart from two long-term injuries, Delaval travel with a full squad.
Sam Robinson, Paul Katz, Ross Symington and Nial Harrison face fitness tests but they should be passed fit, with physio Emma Benjamin working overtime. Colin White serves the final game of a three-match ban.
Walker Central will be without the suspended Paul Collinson as they take on bottom side Gateshead Rutherford, while Wallsend Town’s Derek Graham and Steven Matthew are forced to watch the game against injury-depleted Percy Main due to suspension.
Ashington Colliers defender Iain Nickalls is unavailable, while David Brown faces a fitness test ahead of their Kicks Leisure George Dobbins League Cup match at home to Second Division Wallsend Boys Club.
Harraby United have snapped up goalkeeper James Greenall from neighbours Carlisle City, and he may make his debut at Shankhouse in the Kicks Leisure Challenge Cup.
Shankhouse boss Garry Kirkup is waiting to hear about a couple of injured players, but goalkeeper Robbie Joisce has had plaster removed and it is possible that Connor Andrews and Phil Cartwright will also both be involved for the first time this season.
Amble United’s Darren Riddel is suspended for their Challenge Cup clash at Stocksfield, while Heaton Stannington are at home to Killingworth Sporting in the same competition.
Carlisle City travel at full strength to Aspatria in the Cumberland FA Senior Cup looking to book a spot in the quarter-finals.