FRESH from their handsome 4-1 victory over Dobwalls on Saturday, Porthleven will be keen to poop Sticker's party when they travel to the champions-elect in Division 1 West on Saturday.

The New Year fixture at Gala Parc descended into a mass brawl earlier this year and four players were sent off.

"We've put all of that behind us but we would love to put their celebrations on hold for a bit longer," said boss Kev Richards.

Sticker need just a single point to take the title that has been destined for Burngullow since autumn, but assistant manager Gary Wheildon, a former Porthleven player said: "Port were arguably one of the best teams we have played all season, prior to the embarrassing melee at Gala Parc, the impact of which ruined what would otherwise have been a close and entertaining encounter.

"We very much want to move on from that incident and will actively be attempting to ensure there is no repeat in the home fixture on Saturday."

Ironically, two Port players who saw red on that day - Dan Hindmarch and Rob Carey - are both unavailable on Saturday.

"We will still take a very strong squad up there and I'll be telling the boys to enjoy it and play. That's what we told them before the Dobwalls game and they were superb."

Sticker have been relentless in their pursuit of the title, but Wheildon warned against complacency.

"The opportunity to win the league should serve as a brilliant motivator, but we still need to go about our business in a professional and consistent manner. Our standards in recent weeks have definitely slipped from where they were pre-Christmas, but we’ve proved able so far to grind out results when not necessarily at our best.

"We’re well aware that if we are not back to our best on Saturday a very talented and energetic Port side can easily turn us over."

Kick off is at 3pm.