Falmouth Town make the trip to Godolphin Atlantic tomorrow night with the hope of picking up their second victory inside four days.

Town picked up their first win of the season in style on Saturday, with Matt Buchan scoring a hat-trick as Town thrashed Launceston 7-1 at Pennygillam.

Manager Andrew Westgarth said: "I was delighted to get the win on Saturday, but a ten-minute spell completely changed the game. Bucks [Buchan] scoring just before half-time and then two quickfire goals after half-time, coinciding with a man getting sent off, it just completely changed the game.

"For large spells they looked good value, but they just completely downed tools at 4-1."

Westgarth will be hoping for more of the same when they visit Godolphin Way tonight (kick-off 7.30pm).

Atlantic are level on points with Town, albeit having played a game more, but have suffered two home defeats on the bounce and lost 5-0 in the corresponding fixture with Town last season.

Town will be without David Broglino and Ben Oliver, who both picked up injuries against Launceston, while David Blizzard is still away. Harry McMellon could continue to deputise in goal, with Steve Parker-Billinge still injured and Ryan Barnes away until next week.

Luke Barner, Sam Pickup and Jack Bowyer are all set to return.

"It's not the best of places to play football because it's very tight, with a slope and they're a difficult team to play against," Westgarth said. "It'll be a massive test for us because Broggy's [David Broglino] out, Ben's [Oliver] going to be out, I'm not sure who is going to be in goal. It's going to be a bit of a test but hopefully the boys are confident after a 7-1 win and Bucks should be flying."

Tonight's game was originally due to be played at Bickland Park, but was switched due to floodlight issues at the ground, with new lights to be installed imminently.

'Dron take on Port in derby

Wendron United manager Jack Greenwood will be hoping for a reaction from his side tomorrow night, when they make the short trip to Porthleven (kick-off 7.30pm).

Greenwood blasted his "very, very poor" side after they lost 4-1 at home to St Blazey on Saturday, and warned that a similar performance would cause them trouble in tomorrow night's derby at Gala Parc.

"They are thick and fast but that's the league we're in," he said. "If we put in a performance like that [vs St Blazey] then we'll come very much unstuck against Porthleven, so we need to sort our attitude out pretty quickly."

Porthleven scored late goals in both of the league games between the two sides last season, rescuing a 2-2 at the Underlane on Boxing Day and a 1-0 win at Gala Parc on Good Friday.

Blues after revenge

Helston Athletic manager Steve Massey is hoping for a much improved performance at home to Penzance tomorrow night than the last time his side faced the Magpies.

Two goals in the last five minutes saw Penzance overturn a 2-1 deficit when the teams met at Penlee Park in the Dave Gardner Memorial Tournament on August 4.

"We went down there and strolled up, literally strolled up, and it wasn't good enough," Massey said. "I'm not singling individuals because we were all to blame, including myself.

"It's nice as well that it's very, very raw and still in the memory, just a few weeks ago that it happened and we want to be putting that right."

Helston come into the game off the back of two consecutive home wins over Wendron United and Dobwalls, while Penzance are coming into tomorrow night's game on a high, with their win at Godolphin on Saturday their first at Step 6 for more than seven years.