Carlsberg South West Peninsula League secretary Philip Hiscox has been busy sifting through applications from clubs requesting promotion this summer.
Six of the ten proposals are from the League's step seven divisions looking to move up to step six in the Premier.
West Division clubs lead the way with four applications for promotion to the premier from Godolphin Atlantic, Helston Athletic, Wadebridge Town and Callington Town.
Godolphin hold an 11-point advantage over Helston and Wadebridge, who both have three games in hand, and today they entertain Callington at Godolphin Way.
Unbeaten East Division leaders Exmouth Town and Stoke Gabriel have confirmed their applications but Exmouth appear to be red-hot favourites as they are nine points clear of their nearest rivals with three games in hand.
Four applications have been received from feeders leagues for membership of either the East or West Divisions.
Western League First Division side Elmore have applied for a sideways transfer which could complicate the make-up of next season's Premier Division, especially if Plymouth Parkway fail to gain second place and promotion to the Western League Premier.
Parkway dropped another three points on Wednesday when they were beaten 3-0 at Bovey Tracey, who travel to Camelford today looking to extend their unbeaten run to six games.
Parkway entertain a struggling Falmouth Town who have won just once in 14 games – a 2-1 home success over relegation favourites Penzance.
Parkway midfielder Paul Heveran has recovered from illness but Jamie Bass is still out with his foot injury.
Bodmin Town look almost assured of retaining their title having established a five-point lead over Parkway with two games in hand and today they entertain Witheridge at Priory Park.
Liskeard Athletic boss Paul Blatchford is looking to add two new faces to his squad as they prepare for the visit of St Austell to Lux Park.
Saltash United are hopeful of having central defender Toby Clark back in their squad as they prepare for the visit of Liverton United to Kimberley Stadium.
Torpoint Athletic will not be taking anything for granted when they entertain bottom club Penzance at The Mill.
Newquay will be wanting to put the disappointment of Tuesday's Cornwall Senior Cup semi-final defeat, by West Division Helston Athletic, behind them when they travel to Cullompton Rangers.