TAUNTON Titans face another pivotal game in their promotion bid on Sunday as they travel to fellow contenders Henley Hawks (3pm).

The match was due to take place three weekends ago but was postponed due to snow, and Henley are looking to complete a league double having won 17-13 at the Commsplus Stadium in October.

Taunton successfully negotiated their 500-mile round trip to Bury St Edmunds last Saturday, winning 24-22 thanks to a late Gary Kingdom penalty to stay in contention for a top two finish.

Canterbury currently occupy second spot with 92 points, with Tonbridge in third on 85 - both those sides have played 23 games.

Behind them, and each with a game in hand, are Taunton with 84 points and Henley on 83 - whoever loses on Sunday will face a real uphill struggle to keep their challenge going.

There is Somerset Cup semi-final action at Hyde Park on Saturday as the Taunton Warriors take on the University of Bath.

Kick-off is at 1pm and the Six Nations match between Wales and England in Cardiff will be live on the big screens in the clubhouse afterwards.

Wellington travel to Paignton in Western Counties West, while Wiveliscombe are without a game in Somerset Premier.