FOLLOWING recent postponements due to the weather and League Cup action, the majority of the Post area clubs in SWPL Premier West are due to be in action tomorrow.
Camelford, who progressed to the last eight of the SWPL League Cup last Saturday, face another big game as they make the ten-mile trip down the A39 for a date with rivals Wadebridge Town.
The River Camel Derby always gains plenty of interest, and with both sides in good form, the makings are there for a close contest.
Wadebridge are fifth in the table, while Camelford are eighth, although they have played more games than the sides around them.
Launceston haven’t played for a fortnight, and the Clarets have a big game at home to Bodmin Town.
Both sides have had tough seasons on the results front, and with St Dennis looking set to improve in the coming weeks, both sides could do with the three points.
As it stands, Launceston are on nine points from 14 games, two adrift of the Yellows who have played twice more.
Bude Town got a much-needed victory at home to Sticker last time out, and the Seasiders will be hopeful of a repeat ahead of their trip to Dobwalls.
The Dingos continually punch above their weight, and will provide Bude with a stern test at Lantoom Park.
Callington Town have been solid in their first season under new boss Dean Southcott, and they face the long trip down to Penzance.
The Magpies have won six of their eight home matches in all competitions, while Cally have scored plenty of goals on their travels.
Callington have 22 points from their 15 outings, while a home victory will see them move to within a point.
Holsworthy have the afternoon off before next Saturday’s acid test at home to title favourites Liskeard Athletic, who put six past Wendron United last weekend.
The SWPL Premier West fixtures in full are as follows:
2pm kick-off: Truro City Reserves v Wendron United.
2.15pm kick-offs: Launceston v Bodmin Town, Wadebridge Town v Camelford.
3pm kick-offs: Dobwalls v Bude Town, Penzance v Callington Town, St Dennis v Mullion, Sticker v Newquay.