The Tribute Western Counties League West enters its final matchday of the season this weekend after a recent Easter break. 

Truro RFC will hold onto second place as long as they better the result of Newton Abbot, who are third and level on 87 points with them. It is not an easy task though, as they face fourth-placed Chard at home in the all-important hunt for second.

Penryn RFC who last time out were beaten 38-33 by bottom side Honiton are in action at home to Kingsbridge. This season has been a continued celebration by Penryn who are commemorating 150 years as a club which makes them the oldest team in Cornwall.

It has been a tough season for Falmouth Eagles RFC who are second-bottom of the table and lost 11-31 to Teignmouth last time out. It'll be the Eagles' turn to celebrate 150 years next season but on the final day of this, they are away to Tiverton.

With two matches to go in the National League Two South, the league title is still potentially on the cards for Redruth RFC. The reds trail leaders Esher by just four points as it stands. They host second-bottom on Saturday before travelling to Leicester Lions in their last game. The Reds must better Esher's result in at least one of the games to turn the tables and win the title. Esher play fourth-placed Worthing and Rochford Hundred in their last two outings.

The Cornish Pirates play the second leg in round one of the Championship cup against Doncaster Knights at home on Saturday. The Pirates edged the knights 26-24 in the first leg. With the tightness of the encounter it is very much all to play for at the Mennaye Field with kick off at 2:30pm.

Camborne RFC end their season with an away trip to Old Redcliffians in the South West Premier. It is an opportunity to rock proceedings at the top of the table for Camborne as Redlciffians must win and hope Exeter University lose to win the league triumph.

Lastly, in rugby league, Cornwall RLFC are away for the second successive match when they travel to Oldham RLFC on Sunday, April 24. The Choughs are still searching for their first win of the season after defeats in their opening three matches. RLFC are next at home at the Memorial Ground on Sunday, May 1 when they host Rochdale Hornets.