PORTHLEVEN chalked up one of the most incredible results of the season in Cornish soccer on Saturday when they went to fortress Bickland Park and razed it to the ground with a demolition job that left the home supporters stunned.

Until Saturday, Porthleven had only scored two goals on all their previous visits to Falmouth since rejoining the league and had never even taken a point.

It was Town's biggest defeat since 1985 when they were beaten by Bugle, but it could have been so much worse had the Fishermen taken some very easy chances.

Neil Dudley scored a blistering hat-trick as Port raced into a three-goal lead, with James Eddy matching his team-mate to score once in the first half and twice in the second to complete his hat-trick and Town's humiliation.

Falmouth Packet:

Penryn Athletic 2, Perranwell 3

Perranwell staged a remarkable fightback at Treyew Road on Sunday when they overturned a two-goal deficit to emerge 3-2 winners in a frenetic Jolly's Combination League Cup semi-final.

The cupholders looked down and out when they trailed 2-0 after 20 minutes after goals from Colin Binny and Dale Band.

But Brian Fisher gave the Well a lifeline before netting another to level the tie just before the break.

Perranwell had the chance to take the lead from the spot when Dave Kemp was felled in the box, but Tony Webb's penalty was saved by Kevin Toy.

But Perranwell did bag the winner a few minutes later when Nigel Brabyn converted Ian Arnold's cross to send the holders into the Easter Sunday final with Porthleven.