CULLOMPTON are hoping to transfer the form that helped them beat Bridgwater 32-3 into a win on the road at Camborne.
Camborne have beaten Cully 26-12, 15-6 and 27-10 on their last three visits to the Recreation Ground and it's about time that run was ended.
"We always seem to push Camborne close down there without actually winning," said Cully coach Chris Wall.
"The way we played against Bridgwater was encouraging. Bridgwater had started the season with a bang, but we shut them down.
"By looking after the ball we forced Bridgwater into making errors which led to penalties.
"It could have gone wrong for us in the second half when we had to move the game to the second XV pitch after one of their players suffered quite a nasty injury and couldn't be moved. Instead we kept going and in 20 minutes took the game completely away from them."
The only down side for Cully was a series of injuries which may affect selection for the Camborne game.
Prop Marcus Roberts (ankle) is doubtful, as is No. 8 Josh Mammola, who tweaked a hamstring. Scrum-half James Shere may not be able to travel, which is a further problem for Wall to deal with.
Cully's try scorers against Bridgwater were Adam Pearce and Ross Toms. The rest of the points came from kicks – Toms landed four penalties and two conversions and Pearce kicked a pair of penalties when Toms was in the sin bin.
Sidmouth are looking for an upturn in fortunes when St Austell visit Blackmore Field on Saturday.
The euphoria surrounding the win over Coney Hill two weeks ago only lasted as long as it took to lose 25-6 at North Petherton.
Sidmouth were on the wrong end of some refereeing decisions which could have gone against Petherton, which did them no favours.
Coach Stephe Kruger was diplomatic in his summing up, saying: "In the grand scheme of things we weren't helped by a couple of decisions, but we were beaten by a stronger side."
Sidmouth ended up asking for uncontested scrums for the last 12 minutes after running out of front-row cover.
Prop Sam Sowden and hooker Matt Farrington both went off injured and are doubts for the game against St Austell.
Kruger is looking forward to the St Austell game for two reasons – one professional and the other personal.
"St Austell play a similar style to us and that should make it a much better game," said Kruger. "Andy Ashwin, who plays fly-half for St Austell, was a playing colleague of mine at Winchester before I moved down here and I am looking forward to catching up with him after the game."