The Combination League title race is going to go right down to the wire this year.

Penryn Athletic are one of three teams still in with a shout of being crowned league champions as the season enters the final two weeks.

Defending champions Perranporth and last season's League Cup winners St Day are the other contenders, with the destination of the title to be decided by the end of next weekend.

Perranporth currently sit second in the table, one point behind Penryn and two ahead of St Day, but are the favourites by virtue of their game in hand over Athletic.

They will successfully defend their title if they win their remaining two games at home to Mullion on Saturday and RNAS Culdrose next Thursday.

But failure to win both would open the door for current leaders Penryn, who would then be crowned champions if they win at RNAS Culdrose on Thursday night (kick-off 6.45pm), although they will not know if that is the case at the time.

A win and a draw for Perranporth would see them concede the title to Penryn – should they beat Culdrose – due to Athletic's vastly superior goal difference (+97 to +60).

Third-placed St Day are the outsiders, given that they need both Perranporth and Penryn to drop points.

But if both of those occur, then the Saints would be the ones celebrating their first-ever Combination League crown if they win their last two games at Carharrack next Thursday and Illogan RBL next Saturday.

They could win the title without Penryn dropping points as wins in their remaining games would see both sides finish on 85, but would have to overturn a 24-goal deficit (+97 to +73) to do so.

Remaining fixtures in title run-in

Thursday, May 9

RNAS Culdrose v Penryn Athletic

Saturday, May 11

Perranporth v Mullion

Thursday, May 16

Carharrack v St Day

Perranporth v RNAS Culdrose

Saturday, May 18

Illogan RBL v St Day