Chairman Mark Turner is called up as OPMs face a player shortage for Hayle match
OPMs head coach Leigh Puttock has called the city club's chairman up for first-team action after he was faced with a shortage of players.
Mark Turner is expected to start tomorrow's match at Hayle, along with several other OPMs second-teamers.
Head coach Leigh Puttock said: "A few players aren't available tomorrow, so we had to make a few changes."
Dave Wood is scheduled to make his debut for the firsts, while Mark Beresford-Ward and Lloyd Inward, who both have Cornwall-Devon League experience, are recalled.
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OPMs, who are safe from relegation but trying to improve their league position, are going for a top-six finish if possible.
Beating fifth-place Hayle would be a good start, following last week's 26-21 home win over Falmouth.
Puttock said: "We know it's going to be a difficult game – we've got a few players unavailable this weekend.
"Some have got injuries from last week and others have got work commitments."
OPMs (from): Adam Geogeghan, Tim Binding, Lloyd Inward, Kevin Souster, Matt Naylor, Tom Clenaghan, Ed Steven, Henry Matthews, Jake Luffman, Chris Harmer, Rich Morton, Harry Stephenson, Dave Wood, Mark Beresford-Ward, Mark Turner, Sam Morton, Dan Loughead
SALTASH will try to revive their hopes of a top three finish when they visit basement side Wessex tomorrow.
The Exeter-based side, promoted last season after winning Devon One, have a total of seven league points while Saltash, who went up via the Cornwall One championship, have amassed an impressive 48.
The Ashes' designs on third spot were probably ended, however, by a 16-5 home defeat by Tiverton, who currently own that slot.
Meanwhile, Liskeard-Looe are battling for survival.
If bottom-but-one Liskeard don't want to be one of the clubs facing the drop, they must win at home against Newquay Hornets tomorrow.
The Lions are nine points behind the Hornets, but have given themselves a fighting chance of getting out of the drop zone after surprisingly beating Withycombe 8-0 at home last week.