Just two games are taking place in the Tribute Western Counites League this weekend. 

Penryn who have played the fewest out of any team in the division are at home in what is a clash between 11th and 12th in the table as they take on Paignton. 

The home side will be looking to get back to winning ways after four losses in a row has dented what was a promising start to the season.

They could go as high as ninth with a victory depending on the outcome of the Kingsbridge vs Bideford match.

The Varsity match between Camborne School of Mines and Royal School of Mines follows at Penryn RFC

The Cornish Pirates are not in action until Sunday, they will be hoping to extend their unbeaten run to eight games should they avoid defeat to Jersey Reds who are just one place and one point below them in the RFU Championship table. 

Just four points separate first from third in the closely contested division.

There is no game this week for Camborne in the South West Premier, their next outing is on Saturday, March 5 when they host Hornets.

Redruth face a vital game in their quest for the National League Two South final when they take on third-placed Esher. The Reds are four points clear at the top of the league and lead Esher by seven points, although Esher do have a game in hand.