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Penryn 4 Wadebridge 2 - FINAL SCORE
In a game that had a bit of everything it finished 4-2 to the home side, but they were forced to come from behind twice.
Penryn's Ryan Chinn will no doubt have nightmares about the Bridgers' opener.
Despite the suggestion of a foul, his pass on 22 minutes found the feet of Wadebridge danger man Dan Jennings who ran through on goal and slid his shot under Chris Symons. One to forget for Chinn.
But Penryn battled back and managed a deserved equaliser.
Impressive youngster Russell May burst into the box from the left only for a Wadebridge defender to tug him back.
Referee Neil Rudkin wasted no time in pointing to the spot, and up stepped David Broglino to send Simon Zinn the wrong way.
After the break it was all Penryn, but against the run of play Wadebridge restored their lead, though the goal was not without controversy.
A foul on Broglino left him in a crumpled heap on the half way line, but despite calls for a whistle play was allowed to continue and a lofted ball into the box found the head of Sam Gerken who nodded in the Bridgers' second.
There were angry reactions from Penryn's players, who surrounded referee Rudkin. But on 75 minutes all was forgotten.
Ollie Moody skipped past his marker on the left, and delivered an inch- perfect cross into the six yard box for Trevaskis to nod Penryn level.
And it was a moment of brilliance from the same player on the stroke of full time that gave Penryn the lead. Receiving the ball with his back to goal, Trevaskis flicked it up, spun, and hammered a volley into the bottom corner.
Stunned, Wadebridge poured forward looking for an equaliser. But deep into stoppage time Penryn hit them on the break to wrap up their first win of the season, Trevaskis bursting clear of his marker to slot past Zinn.
Penryn: Symons, May, Blizzard (c), Hoon, Davies, Chinn, Moody, Johnson, Broglino, Roberts, Trevaskis Subs (all used): Band Hobbs, Cooke