WELLINGTON play their first home game in four weeks weather permitting when they face leaders Wadebridge Camels in Regional Two South West at the Athletic Ground tomorrow (Sat, 2.30p.m.).
Wellington ended a run of five successive losses with a 31-17 victory at Newton Abbot last weekend, and Wellington's head coach Graham Dawe said: "We were a little apprehensive before the start because we had a couple of youngsters in the side.
"But our set pieces - scrums and line-outs - worked very well. When we applied pressure we capitalised on their mistakes.
"There was a 15-minute spell in the first half when we were under the cosh but we defended very well. The only disappointment was losing skipper Danny Lee with a chest injury in the second half.
"The key to winning at Newton Abbot was having a good start."
Wellington hope to be at near full-strength against Wadebirdge although there is a doubt over the fitness of skipper Danny Lee following his injury last Saturday.
"We will have to see how he is," added Dawe. "It will be nice to be playing at home again.
"We have a good idea about how Wadebridge play. They are very competitive around the breakdown - they have quick half backs. They are a complete team and play with a lot of pace."
Wadebridge suffered only their second defeat of the season last Saturday when they lost at Truro.
Wellington 2nd XV, now up to third in Counties Three Somerset South, are away to sixth-placed Crewkerne.
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.