REDRUTH began 2020 as they ended 2019 by earning another victory in National League 2 South, running out 26-19 winners at Barnes.

Jack Oulton and Richard Brown scored tries for the Reds, with Fraser Honey converting both and adding four penalties.

The Reds are now up to fourth in the table, 13 points of leaders Tonbridge Juddians.

Camborne suffered a 14-10 defeat to Weston-super-Mare and were leapfrogged by their opponents in the process, slipping to fifth in the South West Premier.

Neil Stanleick scored the Cherry & Whites' sole try in Somerset, although they passed up the chance to find a winner late on when a penalty kick went awry.

It was a rare double defeat for both of the west Cornwall sides in Tribute Western Counties West, as Penryn and Falmouth both lost on the road.

The Eagles shipped eight tries in a 44-7 thrashing at leaders Wellington, while Penryn suffered an agonising 15-17 loss at Teignmouth.

Falmouth return to the bottom two as a result of the defeat, while Penryn slip to eighth.

Truro extended their lead at the top of Tribute Cornwall/Devon to six points after winning 41-17 at home to Liskeard-Looe, while nearest rivals Paignton suffered a surprise 39-8 defeat at Topsham.

Pirates Amateurs stay fourth after winning 16-14 at Tavistock, while Veor won 32-8 at home to Exeter Athletic. Lanner lost 17-7 at Bude.

Illogan Park lost 36-0 at Lankelly-Fowey in the only Tribute Cornwall 1 game to be played.