The season is returning to its regular Saturday 3 pm slots after the Christmas period and sides across the Duchy will be hoping that rain and Covid won't force too many matches to be postponed. 

In the South West Peninsula League, one match was postponed on Friday morning. 

Penryn Athletic were set to take on Newquay AFC but the game will be replayed at a later date at the request of the home side due to positive PCR Covid tests in the Athletic playing squad.

Elsewhere, Falmouth Town will be itching to get back to action after their Walter C Parson Cup fixture against Okehampton Argyle was postponed due to Covid in the Argyle team. It means Falmouth haven't played since the 5-0 win over Penryn on Boxing Day. They take on fifth-placed Dobwalls at Bickland Park, as they search for the 19th league win in a row. 

There is a third vs fourth clash at Underlane as Wendron United take on Liskeard Athletic. The Dron will be looking to bounce back from a heavy 0-6 defeat to Bodmin Town in the Walter C Parson Cup although Wendron somehow hit the post five times without scoring. 

However, their league form is strong, with four wins on the bounce propelling them back to the upper regions of the table. Another three points could take them to second depending on the outcome of Camelford's match against lowly St Dennis. 

South West Peninsula League Fixtures:

Camelford AFC v St Dennis

Falmouth Town v Dobwalls AFC

Godolphin Atlantic (Newquay) v Bodmin Town

Sticker AFC v St Austell

Wadebridge Town v St Blazey

Wendron United v Liskeard Athletic

In the Toolstation Western League Helston Athletic are set to play their first home match since a 1-0 victory over Shepton Mallet on November 20. One win, one draw, two successive defeats, plus a postponement have followed which has seen the Blues slide to sixth place in what is a closely congested Western League Table. 

Athletic take on 15th placed Wellington who they defeated 3-1 in early December thanks to a brace from the since-departed Billy Tucker and a goal from Stu Bowker. 

A win could take Helston as high as second, but that is strongly dependant on results elsewhere, remarkably the fight in the top half of the table continues to grow with just five points separating second from ninth in the division. 

Toolstation Western League fixtures:

Bitton v Buckland Athletic

Clevedon Town v Mousehole

Helston Athletic v Wellington 

Saltash United v Bridgwater United

Shepton Mallet v Exmouth Town

Tavistock v Ashton & Backwell United

In the St Piran League West Porthleven will be aiming to make it two wins on the bounce when they travel to 14th placed Redruth United. A victory for Porthleven could elevate them to ninth depending on the result of Helston Athletic Reserves match.

St Piran League fixtures:

Hayle v Falmouth Town AFC Reserves

Ludgvan v Perranporth

Mousehole Development v Illogan RBL

Redruth United v Porthleven

St Agnes v Perranwell

St Day v Wendron United Reserves

St Ives Town v Helston Athletic Reserves

LWC Drinks Combination League fixtures:

Goonhavern Athletic First v Hayle Reserves

Holman Sports Club First Team v Pendeen Rovers First

Lizard Argyle First v Helston Athletic Thirds

Mullion Reserves v Rosudgeon First

RNAS Culdrose First v Mawnan First

Wendron United 3rd Team v St Agnes Reserves