After a few weeks of cup matches dominating the fixture list it is a welcome return to league action for sides this weekend.

In the South West Peninsula League (SWPL) there is a battle of second vs fourth in the table when Camelford AFC host Wendron United. Camelford won last time out cruising to a 6-0 victory against Godolphin Atlantic. Wendron are flying in the form table at the moment, they have won their last three games in all competitions. Most recently a historic 4-2 home victory against Bournemouth FC to put Dron into the Second Round of the FA Vase.

Penryn Athletic can make it a hat trick of league wins when they host Callington Town at Kernick Road. In their last two games they beat Wadebridge 1-0 despite only having 11 players. Then as St Dennis celebrated the first game under their new floodlights, Penryn celebrated another three points with a 1-5 win.

A hat trick from Ryan Reeve, and solitary strikes from Bradley Leivers and Billy Williams sent Penryn to seventh in the table. Athletic will be favourites heading into the fixture as Callington are currently second-bottom in the league with just nine points from their 15 games so far this season.

There is no game for current SWPL leaders Falmouth Town, their next fixture is a Cornwall Senior Cup clash away to Bodmin Town on November 6. Falmouth won 4-3 in the sides last meeting. Regardless of results elsewhere in the league this weekend Falmouth will still be top of the table, despite having not playing a league fixture since a 1-5 away win at Penzance on October 5.

Helston Athletic will be hoping for a change in fortunes when they host 18th placed Ashton & Backwell United at Kellaway Park. The Blues are fifth in the Toolstation Western League but have games in hand over their title chasing rivals. They have drawn their last three in the league, whereas in their most recent game they lost 5-3 on penalties to Western League Division One side Oldland Abbotonians in the FA Vase.

There is no game for Helston Athletic Women's first team in the South West Regional Women's League but their Development side are in action away to Mousehole Women in Division One of the Cornwall Women's Football League (CWFL). They will be looking to bounce back from their last game which was a 1-7 home defeat to current league leaders FXSU Ladies. In Division Two of the CWFL Wendron United Ladies will be hoping to get their first points of the season when they host Foxhole Stars with kick off at 2pm.