In rugby the Cornish Pirates entertain Jersey in the Championship on Sunday. The Cornish Pirates are in transition both on and off the field. Long term benefactor Dicky Evans is stepping down and handing over ownership to the supporters. The fans can now buy shares in the club. On the pitch the Pirates have a relatively young squad with plenty of potential.
The next couple of seasons could determine the long term future of the club. The Pirates have a three year plan to one day play in the Premiership but they can't achieve that here at the Mennaye Field this ground isn't up to scratch and is unlikely ever to be up to Premiership standard.
The long-awaited Stadium for Cornwall could be back on, funded by a new supermarket, petrol station and leisure facilities. The proposal has been on hold since 2012, when councillors voted against providing ten million pounds of public money towards the project.
The Pirates could still end this season with some silverware they along with Plymouth Albion are in the quarter finals of the British and Irish Cup but if their longer term plans come off, the glory days might not be that far away.
You can watch Jeff Welch's full report on this below: