WEATHER permitting, Minehead Barbarians will be looking to maintain their 100 per cent home record this season when they play Oldfield Old Boys in Counties Two Somerset tomorrow (2.30p.m.).

The Babas have been in tremendous form at home, winning all five of their league games and piling up more than 300 points. Their 99-0 victory over Weston's second string two weeks ago was the biggest in 25 years with James Day snapping up four tries.

They also recorded their first away success of the season last Saturday when they beat St Bernadette Old Boys 33-19 after being 14 points down in the first half.

Babas head coach Mick Orton said: "We rolled up our sleeves and simply got on with it. It's a tough place to go and win, so we were very pleased with our overall performance.

"Hopefully, we go into Saturday's match without any injuries. There will not be much change in the side from last Saturday."

Minehead's victory against St Bernadettes enabled them to stay in fifth place, and they are only ten points behind leaders and 100 per centers Taunton II who stay top despite not playing last weekend.

Minehead Barbarians 2nd XV will be looking to bounce back after losing 40-19 at home to second-placed Martock when they play away to fourth-placed Morganians in Counties Four Somerset South.

This division is headed by Wyvern who have won all six of their games and have a nine-point lead over Martock, who have also played one more game. Tor remain bottom with one win in six.

Meanwhile Wiveliscombe, who recorded their first win of the season in beating Bideford at home last weekend in Counties One Western West, are away to eighth-placed Penryn in Cornwall, while their 2nd XV are home to Chard 2nd XV who are two places below them in Counties Three Somerset South.