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Helston make it ten goals in two games with away win over Penryn Athletic
PENRYN ATHLETIC 1
HELSTON ATHLETIC 4
But good as Helston were, Penryn will be disappointed to have given away two sloppy goals early in the first half which helped the Blues on their way.
The first came in the 15th minute when Mark Goldsworthy was allowed to jink his way through the Penryn defence, play a one two with striker partner Phil Black, and thump a low drive past Chris Symons.
And barely ten minutes later they made it two when Frazer Cadman's errant pass was intercepted by Black 30 yards out, and the Helston forward sauntered into the box unchallenged before rolling his shot past Symons.
A stunned Penryn never really recovered, and despite finishing the first half strongly Steve Jewell and Stuart Massey's side couldn't force a breakthrough.
Soon after the restart Penryn conceded again as Helston made it 3-0.
A Blues throw-in deep in the Penryn half found the feet of Jamie Thirkle who bundled his way to the byline before cutting the ball back for Dan Stidwell to sweep a shot past Symons from 12 yards out.
But to their credit Penryn battled their way back into the game. And for a 20 minute period late on they lay seige to the Helston goal, forcing Blues keeper Martin Webster into a string of saves.
Eventually they made a breakthough when Helston failed to deal properly with a high ball into the box, and as it bounced loose Kayne Trevaskis was on hand to nod in from close range.
But right at the death Sid Taylor's side restored their three goal lead with the goal of the game, set up by Goldsworthy and finished by second half substitute James Miller.
Goldsworthy received the ball with his back to goal deep in the Penryn half, next to the corner flag.
And despite coming under pressure from two Penryn defenders, the Blues striker somehow wriggled his way past, broke into the box and played a perfect ball in for Miller, who lashed a first time shot into the far corner.
The win takes Helston up to fifth in the table, whilst Penryn remain in third.
Penryn: Symons, Blizzard, May, Davies, Oliver (c), Chinn, Johnson, Broglino, Trevaskis, Cadman, Lawrence SUBS: Hobbs, Band, Cooke, Hoon.
Helston: Webster, B Stidwell, Strike, Thomson (c), Collick, Rowe, Thirkle, Young, D Stidwell, Goldsworthy, Black SUBS: Miller, Lightfoot, Hallibone, Zamaneagra