Millbrook looking to maintain position
PREMIER division leaders Millbrook will be looking to maintain their impressive record when they visit lowly Bere Alston tomorrow.
Millbrook, who have been beaten only once in the league this season, face a side who have lost their last five matches and are without a win since beating Wadebridge at the beginning of October.
Currently, Millbrook have a four-point lead over second placed Plymouth Parkway, who are at home to bottom of the table St Dominick.
There is close competition for the runners-up position with only one point separating Parkway from fifth placed Liskeard.
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Apart from Parkway, fourth placed Bude are the only other team from the top five playing at home tomorrow. They host Launceston, who will be looking for some revenge after going down 3-0 at home to Bude at the beginning of the season.
Third placed Tavistock are away to Probus while there is a tasty pre-Christmas clash at The Mill where Torpoint are at home to Liskeard.
The other two premier fixtures see Saltash at home to Lanreath while there is a clash of two teams in the bottom five with Morwenstow playing host to third from bottom Wadebridge.
Only four matches are scheduled in the first division with the top two St Teath and Bodmin without games. Full fixtures, P85.