Dan Lord's goal deep into injury-time ensured that Penryn Athletic booked their place in next month's third round of the Cornwall Senior Cup and maintained their winning start to the season with a 2-1 win at home to Bude Town.

Despite a dominant first half that saw Jack Rapsey, Russell May, Lewis Pellow and Bradley Leivers all come close to scoring, with Rapsey also having a goal ruled out for handball, it remained goalless at the break at Kernick Road.

But Athletic finally got their noses in front six minutes into the second half when Jake Shaw fired in at the far post from Pellow's corner.

The hosts continued their pressure but it was the visitors who scored next, with Scott Percy firing past Ben Mitchell following a quick counter in the 72nd minute.

Both sides missed good chances to win it but Penryn seized their final opportunity in the 93rd minute, with May heading a cross back into the middle of the box where Lord was on hand to fire in from close range.

Mullion join Penryn in the hat after winning 2-1 at Marazion, but RNAS Culdrose's tournament is over after suffering a heavy 9-2 defeat at home to East Cornwall Premier League side St Dominick.

Rosudgeon's Senior Cup debut campaign is over after losing 3-0 at St Day, with the Saints breaking the deadlock on 66 minutes before scoring twice in the final five minutes.

Hayle came from two goals down to beat Polperro 4-2 after extra time. Matt Barton and Dale Hooper put the St Piran League East club ahead, but the hosts pulled one back on 86 minutes before equalising deep into injury time, before going on to score twice in extra time to seal progression.

Gavin Boon, Ross Somerville, Luke Wort and Rhys Allen scored as Perranporth won 4-0 at home to East Cornwall Premier League club St Minver.

Illogan RBL won 3-2 at home to St Mawgan, with Dom Batchelor, Ashley Smeeth and Robbie Condie netting.

Pendeen Rovers are the only Combination League team to reach the third round after they won 6-0 at St Piran League West strugglers Ludgvan.

Elsewhere, St Ives Town won 5-1 at North Petherwin, while East Cornwall Premier League side St Cleer won 4-2 at St Piran League East club Morwenstow.

The ten winners in Saturday's ties will join the 22 Cornish teams in the South West Peninsula League Premier in the third round on Saturday, November 9.

Falmouth Town reserves striker Brodie Kemp scored a hat-trick as his side hammered Wendron United reserves 5-0 at Bickland Park in the only St Piran League West game to be played, writes Joseph Corton.

Kemp’s hat-trick was helped along by second-half goals from Regan Hull and an own goal by Josh Richards.

Wendron were thankful for young keeper Joseph Richards who made a string of saves keeping his side in the game.

Falmouth took the lead on the eighth minute when Kemp pounced on the ball four yards out and finished after Falmouth hit the post.

Falmouth doubled their lead on the 45th minute after a defence splitting pass from Liam Chinn found Kemp who finished well at an angle.

In a fast-paced start to the second half both sides saw their goalkeepers called into action, the best of the chances coming from Falmouth’s Will Harding, who missed from two yards out.

A quick-fire triple for Falmouth sealed the game; Hull calmly finished making it 3-0 before Kemp converts from the spot to complete his hat-trick and an own goal from Richards gave Town a 5-0 lead on the 70th minute.

A disappointing away result for Wendron keeps them mid-table, while Falmouth stay in the top three.

Fraser Paterson scored a hat-trick as Porthleven reserves won 7-0 at home to St Day reserves in the only Combination League fixture. Ashley Stidwell scored twice, with Jake Yates and an own goal completing the scoring at Gala Parc.

Wendron United thirds' game at home to Perranporth reserves was postponed.