Helston Athletic will welcome Wadebridge Town to Kellaway Park on Saturday, September 5 in their first game of the new South West Peninsula League Premier West season.

Falmouth Town will visit Callington Town on the same day, while Porthleven host Sticker and Wendron United visit St Austell.

Wendron’s first game at their Underlane home will be against Helston on Tuesday, September 8, while Town’s first game at Bickland Park will be at home to Penzance a day later.

The first games are due to take place on September 5, although this is subject to the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport approving a proposal to allow spectators back into grounds.

Currently matches are only allowed to take place behind closed doors and competitive fixtures are expected to be delayed until supporters can return.

All being well, the first match of the league season will be Liskeard Athletic’s game at home to Bodmin Town on Friday, September 4, which will be the first SWPL game to be played in Cornwall since Helston Athletic won 2-1 at home to Callington Town on March 11.

The season was suspended two days later amid the coronavirus outbreak before being declared null and void on March 26.

Porthleven will host Helston and Falmouth will be at home to Wendron on Boxing Day, with the reverse matches taking place on Good Friday, April 2.

Town will visit Helston on Wednesday, September 30 before the Blues head to Bickland Park on Wednesday, March 10.

Wendron will host Porthleven on Monday, December 28 before visiting Gala Parc on Monday, April 5.

Porthleven will be at home to Falmouth on Wednesday, September 16 before the return game on Wednesday, November 18.

Wendron will host Helston on Tuesday, September 8 before visiting Kellaway Park on Wednesday, November 11.

The first qualifying rounds of the FA Vase are due to take place on Saturday, September 19 and Saturday, October 10, while Saturday, November 7 has been left blank for the Cornwall Senior Cup.

The Walter C Parson League Cup is one casualty of the delayed start to the season, with the tournament expected to be contested by the top two or four clubs in each of the two SWPL divisions in May 2021 on a one-off basis.