There is a full complement of rugby matches in this weekend's Tribute Western Counties West division.

Falmouth will be looking to grab their fifth win of the season when they host Paignton at the Recreation Ground in what is a battle between 12th and 13th in the league table. Falmouth were forced to forfeit their last match which was away to Newton Abbot due to a substantial number of injuries within the squad.

Penryn were involved in the only match in the league last weekend as they lost 20-8 to Wiveliscombe, this weekend they are away at fifth-placed Chard as they look to maintain their place in the top ten. Both Penryn and Falmouth will be hoping for a win that would build momentum heading into the derby match between the sides on Saturday, April 6.

There is a battle of the top two sides as second-placed Truro travel to runaway leaders Wadebridge Camels. Wadebridge have won every league game they have played so far this season which sees them a whopping 30 points clear at the top of the division. Truro will maintain their grip on second if they better the result of Newton Abbot below them.

The Cornish Pirates will look to make it back-to-back wins when they travel to Ealing Trailfinders. The Pirates beat Hartpury last time out as they continue in their pursuit of the RFU Championship title. The Pirates are second in the league and trail leaders Doncaster Knights by just two points but they do boast a game in hand.

In the South West Premier Camborne will be aiming to put an end to a three-game losing streak when they host bottom side Okehampton although when the sides met last Okehampton edged the Cornish side to a 22-21 victory.

In the National League two South Redruth could return to the top of the division should they beat 12th placed Canterbury and current leaders Esher drop points at Old Albanians. Currently, four points separate the two sides who are fighting an intriguing battle at the helm of the league.