PENRYN Athletic returned to the top of the St Piran League West table despite failing to beat Mullion, drawing 3-3 at Clifden Parc.

Bradley Leivers volleyed the visitors in front early on but Chris Blee levelled for the home side shortly after with a fine finish from the edge of the box.

Blee then put Mullion in front on 15 minutes when his shot took a deflection and found the bottom corner, but Leivers levelled for Athletic four minutes later saw his own shot take a deflection and find the corner of the net.

Blee restored the Seagulls' lead late in the half, with the score staying at 3-2 until seven minutes from time when Leivers' cross was turned in by a defender.

The point sends Penryn above Falmouth Town reserves, whose game at Wendron United reserves was postponed, on goal difference.

Freddie Williams' second-half hat-trick gave Helston Athletic reserves their third victory of the season, winning 3-1 at home to Hayle. Nick Barber had given the visitors a half-time lead.

St Ives Town moved up to third with a 3-0 win at home to Perranporth. Max Davies scored twice for the hosts, with Joe Day netting in between.

Illogan RBL won 5-1 at home to Redruth United. David Mitchell scored twice for Illogan, with Shaun Carter, Ashley Smeeth and Robbie Condie also netting. Andy Bishop replied for Redruth.

RNAS Culdrose celebrated their 2000th Combination League game in style with a 12-0 mauling of Perranporth reserves. Joe Paterson led the scoring with four for the Airmen, with Dexter Baimbridge bagging three. Fabian Verilli and Ashley Meadows scored two apiece, with Lucas Tercerio rounding off the scoring.

The victory was Culdrose's 782nd in their 2000 games, which extends from the 1959/60 season to the present day, with the dozen goals on Saturday taking their overall tally to 4,086.

Penryn Athletic reserves suffered a 5-0 defeat at home to Pendeen Rovers in their first league game since October 19. Alex Ralph and Henry Cozens scored two goals apiece, with Danny Earle adding the other goal.

Hayle reserves are the new league leaders after they took advantage of Porthleven reserves' week off by winning 4-0 at home to Rosudgeon. Adam Ashwin and Chris Bullock scored two goals each.

Sam Bradley, Kiall Maugham and Matt Wysocki scored as St Day reserves won 3-1 at home to Marazion.