Falmouth Town return to action this Saturday away to seventh-placed Wadebridge following an enforced break due to positive positive cases. 

Positive results from both Falmouth and Bodmin meant that last weekend's game has been postponed until Wednesday, September 15 at Bickland Park. 

Town are top of the South West Peninsula League and have one of the best defensive records in the country as it stands. They are one of nine sides yet to concede so far this season. 


Despite the break, Falmouth are still top of the league with maximum points from their five games so far, they have also played a game less than the chasing pack. 

Wendron United will be aiming to make it five wins in a row when they host sixth-placed St Austell at Underlane.

Their impressive start to the season has seen Dron rocket up to third in the table. They haven't lost since an opening day defeat to Falmouth Town. Dron defeated fourth-placed St Blazey 2-0 in their last game. 

Penryn Athletic will be looking to bounce back from their narrow 1-2 home defeat to Dobwalls. With seven points from their opening five games Athletic sit 11th in the table. They face difficult opposition in second-placed Wadebridge at Kernick Road this Saturday.

Porthleven sealed their first win of the season last time out with a thrilling 5-4 victory over Sticker at Gala Park, they have the opportunity to make it two wins in a row when they face Bodmin who are one place below them this weekend. 

In the Toolstation Western League Helston Athletic host 15th placed Cadbury Heath at Kellaway Park. In their last game, Athletic beat fellow Cornish side Millbrook 0-3 in an impressive away win. 

In the South West Regional Women's Football League Helston begin their season with an away day to Liskeard with kick-off at 2pm on Sunday. Athletic won promotion from the Cornwall Women's Football League last season, going unbeaten in the process.