Stithians 168 Perranarworthal 125
In the first derby between the two clubs in the county divisions Stithians ran out winners by a comfortable 43 runs.
Josh Stinson took three quick wickets however to reduce Stithians to 18 for four. Skipper Martin Strick stood firm to make 54 off 105 balls. The last three wickets added a valuable 53 with newcomer Callum Martin making 29 and Ben Tann 31. Stinson took four for 24 and Phil Bostock four for 31. Perran’s reply got off to a poor start losing three wickets for two runs. Carl Murphy made 69 but Stinson (16no) was the only other player in double figures. Glyn Furnival took four for 19 and Colin Weeks three for 11 at the end. Stithians visit Penzance on Saturday and Perranarworthal are at Troon
Stithians –Stithians 168 (M Strick 59, B Tann 51, C Martin 29; J Simpson 4-24, P Bostock 3-31), Perranarworthal 125 (C Murphy 69; G Furnival 4-19, C Weeks 3-11). Stithians (19 points) beat Perranarworthal (eight) by 43 runs.
Falmouth II 161 Camborne II 88
Falmouth seconds recorded a 73 run win at Trescobeas against newly promoted Camborne seconds. They reached 112 before losing their third wicket. Keiran Rodda, on his return from injury, made 33 and Harry Roberts 30. Nigel Endean took four for 38 from twelve overs. Camborne got to 46 for one in reply before collapsing. Greg Stephens took five for 23 from his twelve overs. Dave Wills, Ben Lanyon, Liam Hoban and Sohail Tariq took a wicket apiece. Falmouth are at St Ives on Saturday.
Falmouth –Falmouth 161 (K Rodda 33, H Roberts 30, S Turner 20; N Endean 4-38, D Hocking 3-38, J Carvelly 2-39), Camborne 88 (R Moore 20; G Stephens 5-23). Falmouth (19 points) beat Camborne (seven) by 73 runs.
Paul II 103 St Gluvias 104-4
St Gluvias were comfortable winners at Hutchens Park by six wickets to continue their impressive start to the season. After a reasonable start with Dan Smith making 27, Keiran Bowden 19 and Richard Hall 20 the innings fell away. Andrew Bowden took three for 27 before Kieran Brownfield cleaned up the innings taking five for 26. The Saints lost openers Kyle Winnan and Callum Hinchley cheaply. Jon Nesbitt took charge to make 66 not out with three sixes and eight fours. Neil Pearce made 16 before being bowled by Hall who also accounted for Andrew Julian. Matt Julian was six not out when victory came in the 24th over. St Gluvias are at Camborne seconds on Saturday.
Paul –Paul 103 (D Smith 27, R Hall 20; K Brownfield 5-26, A Bowden 3-27), St Gluvias 104-4 (J Nesbitt 66no; R Hall 3-27). St Gluvias (20 points) beat Paul (four) by six wickets.
Hayle II 123 Constantine 85
Constantine got off to a great start at the Towans with Graham Griffiths and Ross Dalby getting rid of the openers with only three on the board. That became 32 for four but David Richards made 42 and Mark Smitheram 31 to rescue the innings. Graham Griffiths ended with three for 48 and Dalby and Josh Symons took two each. Dalby (19), Ian Laity (17) and the Griffiths brothers, Graham (15) and Darren (14) threatened to challenge the total but with five ducks the innings petered away. Newcomer from Leedstown, Mark Smitheram, took five for 20. Constantine visit Mount Hawke & Porthtowan this week.
Constantine – Hayle 123 (D Richards 42, M Smitheram 31; G Griffiths 3-48, J Symons 2-16, R Daly 2-32), Constantine 85 (R Daly 19; M Smitheram 5-20, J Irwin 4-19). Hayle (18 points) beat Constantine (seven) by 38 runs.
St Gluvias 245-8 St Buryan 133
St Gluvias seconds made it two out of two with a big home win over St Buryan. Richard Bannister made 37 before being run out. Matt Ambrose made 61 and Kevin Hawke 47 before Jack Hesketh hit five sixes and three fours in his 52 not out. Only Trevor Cotton with 75 caused the home bowlers concern. Sam Duckham took three for 30 with Mark Snowdon and Hawke taking two each
St Gluvias – St Gluvias 245-8 (M Ambrose 61, J Hesketh 52no, K Hawke 47, R Bannister 37; D Wynter 3-76, C Phillips 2-51), St Buryan 133 (T Cotton 75; S Duckham 3-30, K Hawke 2-17). St Gluvias (20 points) beat St Buryan (seven) by 112 runs.
Truro III 181-9 Falmouth II 71
Former county player Jonathan Kent came out of retirement to make 70 for Truro thirds at Boscawen Park. Tom Spiller took three for 41 from twelve overs. Only Ashley Searle with 16 and Mark Averiss (10) got into double figures for Falmouth. Newcomer Zachary Craft completed a good game to take six for 22. Falmouth visit St Just this weekend.
Truro –Truro 181-9 (J Kent 70, Z Craft 34, D Ferris 22; T Spiller 3-40, S O’Nyons 2-13), Falmouth 71 (A Searle 16; D Taylor 2-12, Z Craft 6-22). Truro (19 points) beat Falmouth (five) by 110 runs.
Perranarworthal II 103 Stithians II 104-7
Stithians seconds made it a club double over Perran with victory at Tredrea, Mike Rodwell took six wickets while Jack Mackfall backed up his three wickets with 45.
Perranarworthal – Perranarworthal 103 (B Conroy 20; M Rodwell 6-30, J Mackfall 3-30), Stithians 104-7 (J Mackfall 45, J Burley 22no; S Madeley 2-21). Stithians (18 points) beat Perranarworthal (five) by three wickets.
Falmouth IV 140-9 Truro IV 144-3
Falmouth –Falmouth 140-9 (W Brown 94no; M Atkins 3-26, M Phillips 2-5, K Wills 2-19), Truro 144-3 (M Phillips 62, J Wyatt 46; B Casterton 2-27). Truro (19 points) beat Falmouth (four) by nine wickets.
Mt Hawke II 176-8 Mawnan 149-6
Mt Hawke – Mt Hawke 176-8 (C Looker 52, P Treweek 32no, B Skelton 28, O Bennett Hughes 3-40, B Mercer 3-43), Mawnan 149-6 (G McFadzean 45, I Snowdon 34, B Mercer 20no). Mt Hawke (17 points) beat Mawnan (seven) by 27 runs.
Yorkshire Tea Village Cup
Stithians beat three times National champions Troon by three wickets in Sunday’s first round game. Troon made 150 all out with Jack Angove making 33 and Damien Trease 27. Martin Strick took five for 28. Adam Strick led the home reply with 52 and Martin Strick completed a good game with 37. Steve Eddy and Gavin Tregenza both took two wickets.