The Cornwall Senior Cup takes centre stage this afternoon with Quarter Final fixtures taking place for eight sides across the county.

At least one of the three Toolstation Western League sides will be out of the competition as Helston Athletic travel to the Kimberley Stadium to play Saltash United.

The sides have met twice already this season, drawing on both occasions, 0-0 and 1-1 respectively.

That was early in the league season however, and both teams now find themselves in the a closely contested battle in the division where second to ninth place is separated by just five points.

In a previous interview with the Packet Helston Athletic Manager Steve Massey said that he expects it to be another tight match between the two sides, you can read the full interview here.

The South West Peninsula League's (SWPL) top scorer Jack Bray-Evans will return to his old home as Falmouth have been tied against Newquay at the Mount Wise venue. It is the first time the Falmouth number nine has played against his former outfit since joining Town earlier in the campaign.

Falmouth currently lead the way in the league and are unbeaten this season, meanwhile Newquay are seventh. You can read Falmouth Town Manager Andrew Westgarth's thoughts here.

Wendron are having a solid season on all fronts and go into their Quarter Final fixture knowing they have already beaten their opponents twice already this season. They face Sticker at Underlane, who they have beaten 4-0 and 6-2 earlier in the campaign. Manager Michael O'Neill is after a reaction from his side after their exit from the Walter C Parson Cup at the hands of Bodmin Town.

The other Western League side Millbrook travel to fifth placed South West Peninsula West League side Dobwalls.

Cornwall Senior Cup:

Dobwalls vs Millbrook

Newquay vs Falmouth Town

Saltash United vs Helston Athletic

Wendron United vs Sticker

There is still SWPL West action taking place as Penryn Athletic face Bodmin for the second time in three matches, this time travelling up to Priory Park. In the reverse fixture played just before Christmas Penryn came out on top with Kyle Cooke and Nick Boase scoring in a 2-1 win. Fourth-placed Liskeard Athletic will leapfrog Wendron if they win at St Blazey. Camelford vs Penzance was postponed on Friday afternoon due to Covid.

SWPL West:

Bodmin Town vs Penryn Athletic

Launceston vs St Dennis

St Blazey vs Liskeard Athletic

Wadebridge Town vs Godolphin Atlantic

In St Piran League West Falmouth Town Reserves will look to bounce back from their 1-0 defeat last week to Hayle when they make the trip to the north coast to face St Agnes. Helston Athletic Reserves face Hayle. Porthleven are in action at Gala Parc against Truro City reserves, a win could propel them into the top ten. Wendron United Reserves will be favourites to claim three points as they travel away to St Ives Town who are bottom of the league without a win to their name this so far.

St Piran League West:

Helston Athletic Reserves vs Hayle

Ludgvan vs Illogan RBL

Perranwell vs Mullion

Porthleven vs Truro City Reserves

St Agnes vs Falmouth Town AFC Reserves

St Day vs Perranporth

St Ives Town vs Wendron United Reserves

Hayle vs Mullion