The semi-finals of the Cornwall Charity Cup have been delayed amid increasing concerns over fixture congestion.

Originally scheduled for March 31 and April 1, the Cornwall FA has moved the ties to May 5-6, with the final to take place on Wednesday, May 13.

Helston Athletic's tie with Newquay at Hayle's Trevassack Park will now be played on Tuesday, May 5, while Falmouth Town's tie with Saltash United at St Austell's Poltair Park will now take place on Wednesday, May 6.

The Cornwall FA has owed the fixture switches to the growing number of matches clubs are facing in the final months of the season as a result of the wet weather in recent weeks.

Aside from the semi-final ties, Town have to play 16 South West Peninsula League Premier West games by the FA-enforced end-of-season date of April 25, as well as their Walter C Parson League Cup quarter-final tie and a potential semi-final.

Saltash United have one more league game, a League Cup quarter-final and potential semi-final, plus a Cornwall Senior Cup semi-final and potential final to also play by that date, which is just 50 days away.

Helston have 14 league games left to play, while Newquay have to play 11 games.