Perranporth 2, Falmouth Res 1

FALMOUTH’S 100 per cent record was brought to an end on Saturday by Perran, who are now the only unbeaten team in the Combination League.

After a cagey opening, former Wendron striker Justin Searle crossed for Sam Mansfield headed home with 25 minutes played.

Town were on level terms just before the break when Kyle Cooke fired through a crowd of players.

The teams were locked at 1-1 until 15 minutes from time, when debutant Gavin Perraton’s long ball over the top was collected by Luke Wort, who rounded Harry McMellon in the Town goal and finished in style.

Perraton and Kyle Brown both hit the post for Perran late on, but the visitors were unable to find an equaliser.

St Day 2, Penryn Ath 1

PENRYN came within a whisker of taking a point from title-chasing St Day, but a 91st minute penalty shattered their brave resistance.

Ryan Reeve missed an early chance to put the visitors in front, before Chris Symons made a smart save to deny Jacob Cleverley at the other end.

Reeve had another chance cleared off the line and then had a “goal” disallowed for offside, while Symons was kept busy in the Penryn goal.

Finally Reeve broke the deadlock just before the hour mark before Luke Hart headed home a corner to level the scores with 20 minutes to go.

In stoppage time Rob Hosking was adjudged to have handled the ball in the penalty area and Daine Peacock converted the resulting spot kick to send St Day to the top of the table.