BOTH remaining Senior Cup quarter-finals will be played on Wednesday, with 7.30pm kick-offs.

Falmouth Town will visit St Austell, while Bodmin Town will host Torpoint, meaning that their scheduled SWPL Premier match against Helston will be rearranged.

Saturday's postponed became the eleventh Falmouth first team match to be called off this season.

It will be the third visit to Poltair Park this season after triumphing 3--1 in the W C.Parson Cup and a dramatic late equaliser in a 5-5 draw in a 5-5 SWPL Premier game, both played in October.

It is also the 11th time the two clubs have met in the Senior Cup, the first being in 1964-65 when Falmouth won 5-2 in a semi-final.

The last time they met was three seasons ago, when Town went down to a heavy 5-0 defeat at Poltair Park.

In the two ties top be played on Saturday, Sticker suffered a 6-1 thrashing at Saltash United, while Mousehole reached the semi-final for the first time in their history when they beat Newquay 5-0 at Trungle Parc.