Both Falmouth Eagles and Penryn RFC are on the road for this week's set of Tribute Western Counties League Fixtures. 

Falmouth face the daunting trip to Burnham-on-Sea who are second in the table, winning ten of their 15 games played so far this season. Despite this, they still trail runaway leaders Wadebridge Camels by 23 points. 

Falmouth haven't tasted victory since Saturday, October 30 when they defeated Honiton 59-29. 

Eighth placed Penryn have played the fewest games out of anyone in the league due to a number of disruptions but this afternoon travel to fifth-placed Teignmouth. 

Penryn who are in the 150th year as a club haven't played since a 67-7 win over Honiton on December 11.

Truro are at home kicking off at 2:30 pm against Newton Abbot. They will be looking for a return to winning form after losing 45-31 to Kingsbridge last weekend. 

In the RFU Championship, the Cornish Pirates finally have a match. Like Penryn, they haven't played a game since December 11 where they won 26-13 away at Ampthill. 

They are at home to Nottingham at the Mennaye, with kick-off at 2:30 pm. The lack of games due to covid, on two occasions, have seen the Pirates slip to fourth, although they are only eight points off the top of the tree with up to three games in hand on the sides around them.

In National League, Two third-placed Redruth will aim to follow their 21 apiece draw last time to Oxfordshire side Henley when they host Hinckley. Five points separate the Reds from the league leaders Clifton but Redruth do have a game in hand. 

Lastly, in Kernow League Two Helston RFC are on the road against Perranporth. In their last fixture, they defeated Roseland 24-17.