The Six Nations is back underway today but a little closer to home rugby teams in the Duchy are preparing for another matchday.

Falmouth Eagles RFC will be looking to make it back to back wins for the first time this season although they face a daunting opposition this weekend. 

The Eagles travel to league leaders Wadebridge Camels who have won every match that they have played so far this season. Falmouth though will be high on confidence after taking down fourth-placed Chard in a 31-27 home victory last weekend at the Recreation Ground. 

Elsewhere in the Tribute Western Counties West Penryn will be looking to bounce back from their narrow 20-22 defeat to Tiverton when they take on Newton Abbot. Penryn are currently ninth in the division and have played the least out of any sides in the table. A win could take them as high as seventh depending on results elsewhere. 

Truro thumped Paignton 50-18 last weekend and will be expected to follow that with another win on Saturday when they take on bottom side Honiton, who are yet to win a game so far this season.

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The Cornish Pirates will continue their title challenge when they take on Richmond. It is the second week in a row the Pirates are away from home having defeated Coventry 31-21 on their travels last time out. When the sides met last the Pirates were victorious recording a 33-18 win back in September. 

Redruth are at home in the National League Two South when 5th placed Henley. A win would put Redruth into second into the table with current occupants Clifton not having a game this weekend.

On Sunday Cornwall U20's continue their championship campaign when they play their final pool match. Cornwall travel to Dorchester RFC where they will take on Dorset and Wilts with a 1315 kick off.