AFTER three successive weeks of dreadful weather and just one game in the league going ahead in that time, the five Post area clubs in SWPL Premier West will hope to get back on the field this Saturday.

All have very winnable games, many of whom against sides close to them.

Mid-table Camelford visit a Mullion side that have hardly pulled up any trees this term, but are a difficult proposition on their own patch at Clifden Parc.

The Camels were due to welcome St Austell on Tuesday night in the League Cup quarter-final, but that was postponed for a third time, while the Seagulls haven’t played since February 10 when they lost at the same stage of the competition at defending champions Okehampton Argyle.

Bude Town are another side to have underachieved, and they will hope to avoid a banana skin when they visit relegation-threatened Sticker.

Sticker have just six fixtures left to save themselves, and with bottom side St Dennis, who are coming into form, only a point behind with four games in-hand, the pressure is on.

Bude are 12th and in no danger of going down, but will hope to put some points on the board in the final weeks of the season to take into next year.

Holsworthy have played just four times since November – all of which have ended in defeats – and the Magpies make the relatively short trip by their standards to Callington Town.

Both sides are in the top ten and are well placed to finish there, particularly Holsworthy who still have 13 games to play by the end of April.

Cally had won their previous three games up to their last outing, a surprise 3-2 defeat by visiting St Dennis.

Launceston are one of the form sides in the division, and the Clarets will expect to make it seven wins from a possible eight when Truro City Reserves head up the A30.

Neil Price’s side are 11th, and with a favourable run-in to come, could gatecrash the top eight.

Elsewhere in the division, tonight’s fixture sees a huge derby clash at both ends of the table as St Austell visit St Dennis (7.30pm).

Both sides are desperate points for obvious reasons, and if the visitors could, as they should, leave with three points, it will pile the pressure on Liskeard Athletic when they play on Saturday.

The Blues, who are two points behind St Austell with a game in-hand, have an awkward home clash with third-placed Newquay, so the landscape could look very different by 5pm come Saturday afternoon.

The other clash sees Bodmin Town, who have come into form at just the right time, welcome mid-table Penzance to Priory Park.

All of Saturday’s matches get underway at 3pm.