Monday roundup: looking back at the weekend's action
7:48am Monday 18th March 2013 in Sport
Heavy rain overnight on Friday and again on Saturday morning played havoc with games across the county, although both were among the last to be postponed as bright spells in-between heavy downpours raised hopes that they would go ahead.
Truro City's tie was also postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Treyew Road. The game will now be played on Tuesday, April 9.
In the Jolly's combination League, Falmouth Town Reserves were beaten 4-2 by St Ives away at The Saltings. It marked the second time in as many weeks that Falmouth have lost against the Saints.
Elsewhere RNAS Culdrose lost 0-2 away at high-flying St Day, and Mullion managed an excellent 2-2 draw with sixth-placed Pendeen Rovers.
In the other game of the day Hayle Reserves were beaten 2-3 at home by bottom club Holman SC.
There were no rugby fixtures played due to the Six Nations.
Away from football and rugby, the Run Falmouth charity half-marathon took place on Sunday morning, with 431 runners turning out for the event, held in aid of Cornwall Hospice Care.
Newquay Road Runners' Michael Birchmore came home in first place, followed by Mile High's Richard Pascoe. Richard Dalton placed highest for local club Falmouth Road Runners.