MINEHEAD Barbarians will be looking to take their home form with them when they play Hornets II in Counties Two Somerset tomorrow (Sat).

The Babas have won all four of their home games by big margins - but they have been well beaten in their two away games.

"Availability is the problem - it's a challenge and we're are trying to address it," said Minehead's head coach Mick Orton this week.

"It stems from the pandamic when people found other things to do. We have to make rugby as attractive as we can.

"We will field a side to play Hornets which is as strong as we can. Our aim this season has been to field two senior teams each week which are competitive. Like most weeks, we have injuries - but they are not major."

Minehead have won four of their six league games and are currently lying fourth in the table, just off the pace being set by leaders Taunton II who are 100 per cent.

Hornets, who lost 46-24 away to Avon last weekend, are sixth with three wins and three losses.

Minehead Barbarians

Minehead Barbarians 2nd XV end an enforced three-week break with a home game against Yatton Seconds who are lying second in Counties Four Somerset South, having won four of their five matches.

Minehead, who lost 51-0 at Weston last time out, are fifth with two wins and two defeat.

Meanwhile, Wiveliscombe will be chasing their first victory of the season in Counties One Western West when they play at home to fourth-placed Tavistock (3p.m.). Despite their poor start to the season, Wiveliscombe have been competitive in most games but have not had the best of luck.

Wiveliscombe 2nd XV play away to Crewkerne in Counties Four Somerset South. Wivey are fourth and Crewkerne eighth.