Camborne welcome back Cornwall u20's lock Noah Stannier-Smith into the second row which in turn see's Ash Riches revert to his role on the flank and Cornwall hooker Tommy Southworth move back to the front row.
Former Cornish Pirate Rhodri Mcatee moves back to the wing which means the team has some real pace on both flanks. Alex Ducker and Mcatee have crossed for 43 tries between them this season, so they carry a huge threat and will certainly take some stopping. With Declan Matthews on a dozen tries there is plenty of fire-power in the back line for Town.
Former Pirates Development back rower Neil Stanleick will start on the bench after missing last weeks match, his strength and pace should cause the Cockles some real problems when he gets on. Versatile utility back Matt Butler makes his first away trip of the season, he certainly has plenty of pace and talent so will enhance an already explosive back division when needed.
This week the team travel to Devon where they visit Exmouth for their final away match of the season.
The players won't forget last seasons match at the 'Cockles' in a hurry when due to 2 cancellations they were forced to travel up following the clubs end of season party which resulted in a heavy loss.
The team will be looking to put in a much better performance this time round but no doubt an opportunity to move ahead of their hosts in the table and complete the double will be a big incentive to come away with the points.
DOR Liam Chapple is looking to finish the season on a high and get into the top half of the table with victories over Devon opposition in the last two matches. With the backline scoring tries for fun it will again be our defence which will be the key to getting a result, but with Cornish pride at stake you can bet that the team will up their game for this one!