THE St Piran League West season will begin on Wednesday, September 2.

Last season's league leaders Penryn Athletic will welcome Perranwell to Kernick Road that evening, with other games that night seeing Wendron United reserves entertain Perranporth and Falmouth Town reserves host Illogan RBL.

Newly-promoted Porthleven reserves visit Mousehole's rebranded development team, while rivals Helston Athletic reserves visit Hayle.

It is set to be the first football league in Cornwall to begin after football was suspended in mid-March amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The St Piran League East and East Cornwall Premier League are due to begin on Saturday, September 5, with the South West Peninsula League set to begin a day earlier on Friday, September 4.

The Boxing Day games see Penryn Athletic host Falmouth Town reserves and Helston reserves at home to Porthleven reserves, with the reverse games taking place on Good Friday, April 2 and are the final scheduled league games of the season.

Saturday, September 12 and Saturday, October 3, have been left blank for the first and second rounds of the Cornwall Senior Cup.

No decision has been made on the 2020/21 St Piran League Cup yet. If the circumstances and available dates permit a cup competition will be played in the latter part of the season.

First games of the season:

Wednesday, September 2 (ko 6.45pm)

Falmouth Town reserves v Illogan RBL

Hayle v Helston Athletic reserves

Mousehole Development v Porthleven reserves

Penryn Athletic v Perranwell

Saturday, September 5 (3pm)

Falmouth Town reserves v St Ives Town

Mousehole Development v St Agnes

Mullion v Wendron United reserves

Perranporth v Porthleven reserves

Perranwell v Hayle

Redruth United v Penryn Athletic

Wednesday, September 9 (6.45pm)

Helston Athletic reserves v St Day

Porthleven reserves v Mullion

Saturday, September 12 (3pm)

Mousehole Development v Wendron United reserves

Porthleven reserves v Falmouth Town reserves