Falmouth Eagles are at home for the first time in over a month on Saturday when they host Kingsbridge at the Recreation Ground. 

After not having a game last time out they are looking for what would be their fifth win of the season against their Devon opponents who sit eighth in the table.

Regardless of the result, Falmouth will stay 13th in the table as they trail Paignton by ten points. When the sides met earlier in the season Kingsbridge cruised to a  69-0 win. 

Penryn will be looking to make it back to back wins in the Tribute Western Counties League when they travel away to Bideford. Penryn were one of two fixtures taking place last weekend as they beat Paignton 36-22 at the Recreation Ground.

 A win against Bideford would see Penryn overtake their opponents to ninth place in the league.

Truro host Tiverton in a match that kicks off at 2:30 pm. Truro are third in the table, trailing second-placed Burnham-on-Sea by just three points. Truro were defeated 39-17 by Teignmouth in their last outing. 

Camborne are back at home in their next match in the Tribute South West Premier when they host Hornets. They lost 43-10 against Exmouth in their last game. Camborne are 11th in the table and could go as high as eighth depending on results elsewhere. 

Redruth play at home Guernsey on Saturday with Kick off at 3:30 pm. Redruth fell off the top of the National League Two South table last weekend after falling to a 32-12 to Esher last weekend. 

Guernsey are seventh in the league table and when the sides last met Redruth triumphed to a 27-21 victory back in October.

The Cornish Pirates are not in action this weekend in the RFU Championship. The Mennaye side are currently second in the table but could fall to third if Ealing Trailfinders defeat London Scottish.

The Pirates are next in action on Saturday, March 12 when they travel to league leaders Doncaster Knights who are four points above them. Crucially though the Pirates do have two games in hand.