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Wort bags winner as Wendron edge out Falmouth Athletic - JCCL 19/10
3:33pm Sunday 20th October 2013 in Sport
Falmouth Athletic 1 Wendron United 2
Luke Wort's 70th minute winner at the Draceana Playing Fields was enough to secure a hard fought victory for Paul Murray's Wendron away at Falmouth Athletic.
The 'dron are in a rich vein of form, sitting five points off the lead in the JCCL with a game in hand on leaders St Day, and they took the lead in the sixth minute when Sam Care gathered a tidy pass from Ryan Tressider and steered his shot past Harry McMellon.
But their lead didn't last long, and Athletic came back to equalise in the 16th minute when a sweeping move ended in Jack Foote's shot flying into the back of the net.
Despite Athletic battling hard in the second half, Wendron's undeniable quality in attack saw them snatch all three points when Wort notched up his 14th of the season late on.
St Ives Town 4 Penryn Athletic 0
After a useful three points from their midweek game at RNAS Culdrose it was back down to earth for Penryn Athletic at the Saltings on Saturday.
St Ives raced into a 3-0 lead at the break as Penryn struggled to get to grips with the game.
Ross Duncan opened the scoring for St Ives after he was brought down in the box. The St Ives forward stepped up to dispach the spot kick with ease.
Duncan scored his second following a good move, placing his shot past Penryn keeper Jamie Gray and into the bottom corner.
Shaun Roberts rifled in St Ives' third from 25 yards out, and the score might have been more were it not for Gray's heroics in the Penryn goal.
Midweek goalscorer Connor Edgson came close in the second half, as did Tom Campbell, but St Ives scored their fourth of the game when Tom Morris latched on to a through ball and drove a shot past Gray.
Penryn sub Ryan Martt made an impact after his introduction, and came closest to scoring only to see his shot saved.
Mullion 1 Ludgvan 2
Gerens James brought his frankly intimidating tally for the season to 25 goals in just 12 games on Saturday, but Ludgvan were forced to come from behind against Mullion before securing the win.
The home side went ahead through Alan Thomas's early goal, before James equalised just before the break.
After half time the game settled down and looked to be heading for a draw until Ross Badcock was sent sprawling in the box, and Gary Matthews stepped up to convert the penalty.
The win sees Ludgvan sitting fourth, three points of the league leaders. Mullion's stuttering start to the season sees them sitting tenth.
Perranwell 1 Hayle 1
Perranwell and Hayle battled their way to an uninspiring stalemate at the King George V Playing Field.
The first goal was 55 minutes in the making and it went to Perranwell, who had Tom Wowk to thank for a fine individual effort.
Hayle looked to be heading for defeat until Corey Jewell thumped in the equaliser five minutes from time.
The result does neither side any favours, with both sitting just below the mid-table mark in the league.
RNAS Culdrose 4 Troon 1
Culrose finally registered their first win of the season on Saturday, and it came against fellow strugglers Troon.
The win lifts Culdrose up to 16th in the table, and ends their miserable run of six losses and two draws, but despite running out comfortable winners it was Troon who opened the scoring early on when Andrew House glanced in a header from a teasing cross.
Adam McMillan fired in a free kick to get the home side back on level terms, and then added to his tally after the break.
Culdrose's other goals were scored by Simon Wilson and Craig Lambert as Troon faded in the second half.
St Just 3 Redruth United 1
St Just kept the pressure up on St Day at the top of the league with a routine victory over league newcomers Redruth Unitred.
Redruth have coped well with the rigours of Combination League football so far, but St Just were simply too strong on Saturday.
Matt O' Leary scored Redruth's only goal, with Darren Steadman, Stuart Nicholls, and debutant Lewis Capstal on the scoresheet for St Just.
Illogan RBL 2 Newquay 1
Illogan kept in touch with the leading pack after this narrow victory over the Peppermints, but at the break it was Newquay who were leading.
The opener came after a hopeful ball over the top caused chaos at the back for Illogan, and Tom Barnett was left with time and space to slide his shot in.
After the break Illogan took control, but they struggled in front of goal until a change of tactics 25 minutes from time saw them register two goals in two minutes.
Sam Waters scored the first, after latching on to Luke Abbott-Smith's perfectly weighted through ball.
And soon after Illogan captain Simon Ellis flicked the ball up and smashed in a left-footed volley.
Goonhavern 1 St Day 3
Three second half goals saw league leaders St Day cruise past Goonhavern away from home, and it could have been more had Jordan Adlard and Dominici Pullen not missed penalties.
Mike Davis took his goals coring tally for the season up to 12, and Gavin Booth and Chris Tolley score St Day's other goals as basement club Goonhavern were swept aside.
That said, the home side put in a decent performance, but St Day had simply too much for them to cope with on the day.
St Day sit top of the league, two points clear of St Just with a game in hand.
At the other end, Goonhavern are still searching for their second win of the season.