BRIDGWATER & Albion and North Petherton are both looking to bounce back from away defeats last weekend, as they return to home turf tomorrow.

Pethy lost 35-19 at Newent last time out, and tomorrow sees them host South West 1 West's bottom club Newton Abbot.

Team manager Andrew Ford said: "Newton Abbot are scrapping to avoid relegation and will throw the kitchen sink at us.

“We have a fuller squad available and we will be targeting all five points.”

As for Albion, who were thumped 66-22 at Hornets last Saturday, they welcome Keynsham to College Way tomorrow.

The kick-off time has been brought forward to 2.30pm, to allow supporters the chance to watch Scotland v England in the Six Nations in the clubhouse afterwards.

And there is a specific Albion interest in that Calcutta Cup match, with coach Ollie Devoto - an Exeter Chiefs player - named on the bench for Eddie Jones' side.

Devoto has been involved in Albion's coaching set-up for the past couple of seasons, and the 26-year-old remains on the England bench - having come on for the last four minutes of last Sunday's defeat to France.