Football: St Blazey looking for boost in Cornwall Senior Cup
ST BLAZEY will be aiming to knock out last season's runners-up when they switch to Cornwall Senior Cup action on Saturday.
The Green & Blacks have a home second round tie against Helston Athletic, who took Bodmin Town to a replay in the final of the 2012-13 competition.
Since then, however, the team which achieved those highs has broken up, with star striker Liam Eddy probably their most significant loss after his move to Truro City.
And last weekend they slipped to a 5-1 defeat at Callington in division one west of the Carlsberg South West Peninsula League.
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But Bobby Oaten's Blazey side will also be looking to bounce back to form after a disappointing 3-1 league defeat by Camelford at Blaise Park last Saturday.
Elsewhere in the Senior Cup on Saturday, St Austell are at home to Perranporth, who are fourth from bottom of division one west.
And there's an attractive looking tie at Burngullow Park where Sticker, second in division one west, take on leaders Mousehole, who have won all 13 of their league games this season.
Foxhole Stars, who have won two of their last three league games, face a tough challenge at Ludgvan, who are second in the Jolly's Cornwall Combination.
Please check kick-off times with your club. Most are 2pm but some clubs have changed.