There are two matches for Penrith AFC to look forward to this weekend.

This afternoon (3pm kick-off) Andy Coyles’ Bonny Blues will take on Millom AFC in a Ken Waters Memorial Senior Cup clash as they continue their pre-season schedule, ahead of their 2019/20 Northern League, Division One campaign.

Then, tomorrow (2pm kick-off), Penrith will host a recognition reunion match in honour of club legend Willy Paul at Frenchfield Park.

"We have Millom away, which is part of a memorial cup, so we are really pleased and honoured to have been invited there to be part of that," Coyles said.

"It’s going to be an annual thing, so next year, it will be at Frenchfield.

"I know it’s a memorial cup game, but it’s also more minutes to put into the bank. Millom are a well-coached outfit and they have a number of players who have played for Workington’s reserves and a couple of them have represented Workington’s first-team.

"So, we are looking forward to another hard-contested game."

That will be followed by the match in honour of defender Paul who has now made more 800 appearances for the Bonny Blues, with his career spanning back more than 20 years.

"It goes without saying about what it’s representing," said Whitehaven-born Coyles.

"Obviously, Willy is a very loyal and committed individual and he has been for the best part of 18 to 20 years at Penrith Football Club.

"This is just a small token of the club’s appreciation, getting all the players back together that have been at the club over that period of time to say thank you and to show their appreciation for what Willy has actually done for the club."

On Tuesday night, Penrith lost 2-1 against Workington Reds after a 4-0 home defeat against League Two outfit Carlisle United last Saturday.