FOUR of the five Post area clubs in South West Peninsula League Premier West clash this weekend as the weather finally looks likely to play ball.

Just three matches in SWPL Premier West have been played on the last four weekends, one of the wettest periods in recent memory, one of which was Camelford’s 3-2 victory at Mullion on Saturday.

The Camels are due to be in action again tonight when they visit Callington Town (7.30pm), the side they leapfrogged at the weekend to move up to seventh.

Camelford’s outing last Saturday was their first since January 27 which was the last time Cally played, a surprise 3-2 reversal by bottom side St Dennis.

Callington won the reverse league fixture 4-1 back on the opening day of the season on August 5, but will want revenge from their defeat to the Camels in the Cornwall Senior Cup, a seven-goal classic which was decided by Connor Sturdy’s late effort.

Holsworthy have played just four times since November 4 – all of which have ended in defeat – and they welcome Launceston to Upcott Field tomorrow (3pm).

The Clarets haven’t visited the Magpies’ ground for well over a decade, but do arrive having won six of their last seven games, albeit they to haven’t played since January.

Holsworthy still have 13 games to go, all of which have to be played by the end of April as per FA rules, so face a gruelling end to the season.

Neil Price’s Launceston aren’t going to be quiet themselves with another 11 to get through.

Bude Town got a much-needed victory at struggling Sticker on Saturday and the Seasiders will back themselves for another when they visit Truro City Reserves.

Ben Potter’s men put in a good solid performance at Burngullow Park and face a City side who weren’t in the best of form before the recent deluges.

Elsewhere across the league, there are five other matches.

Sticker, who are just a point ahead of bottom side St Dennis having played five more games than the Clay Country outfit, head to neighbours and title hopefuls St Austell this evening (7.30pm).

If the Saints pick up three points as expected, they will then hope St Dennis can do them a favour when second-placed Liskeard Athletic visit Boscawen Park on Saturday.

While the top two are well clear, four sides – Newquay, Wadebridge Town, Wendron United and Dobwalls – are in a battle for third.

While Newquay are the team to have their bye week, the other three will all expect to pick up victories.

Wadebridge host 14th-placed Mullion, Wendron visit mid-table Penzance and Dobwalls make the short trip down the A38 to Bodmin Town.