Wendron United's home game against Penzance tomorrow night has been postponed after a Penzance player went into self-isolation.

The Dron were due to welcome the Magpies to the Underlane tomorrow night for their third South West Peninsula League Premier West game of the season, but that has now been called off.

It has been taken as a precaution after NHS Test and Trace requested that the unnamed Penzance player self-isolate and get tested.

In a brief statement on Twitter, the league stated that the potential contact with the virus was not from football.

The outcome of the test could have a knock-on effect for local clubs, with Falmouth Town and Porthleven both due to face the Magpies over the next two weeks.

If the test is positive then all Penzance matches in the next 14 days will be postponed, meaning Town's league game at home to the Magpies this Saturday will be off.

Graham Blake's Porthleven side are due to visit Penzance's Penlee Park in the league in 15 days' time on Wednesday, September 30.

The fate of this match is less clear as this would fall 16 days after the player's self isolation began, but potentially fewer than 14 days of receiving the test result.

The rest of the club can continue (e.g. for training), but individuals will have to self-isolate if told to do so by NHS Test and Trace.

If the test is negative then games will resume on Saturday as normal.

Opposition players in recent matches involving Penzance will not have to self-isolate unless they have symptoms.

This is because the Football Association stated that "match play is not considered 'close contact' so no action is needed unless individuals experience symptoms, in which case they must self-isolate from that point as per Government guidance".