CHARD RFC are hoping to bounce back from last weekend's defeat at Falmouth as they return to home soil against Wadebridge Camels on Saturday.

The Camels are likely to travel with confidence having dispatched Burnham 57-5 last weekend, but Chard are a tougher proposition on home soil than they are on the road and will be confident of turning in an improved performance on last Saturday.

The hosts go into the match in seventh, with Wadebridge fourth.

Chard's seconds and thirds were both rained off last weekend, but both will be hoping for an improved forecast this time around - the second XV host Minehead in Somerset Two South, with the thirds at Midsomer Norton in Somerset Three South.