Penryn 20, Falmouth 7

PENRYN continued their domination of the local derby matches with Falmouth to chalk up another success, but they were made to work for their victory on a heavy pitch.

Penryn full-back Anthony Penrose kicked the Borough 3-0 ahead, before kicking the conversion from wing Scott Pedlar's try.

Just before half-time, Penrose kicked his second penalty to give Penryn a 13-0 lead at the break.

Ken Whitfield got Falmouth on the board with a try, with full back Keith Biggins converting to give Falmouth hope at 13-7.

But that hope was extinguished in injury time, when Martyn Addinall raced away to score a remarkable solo try, which Penrose converted with the last kick of an entertaining game.

Liverpool 2, Cornwall 2

CORNWALL'S trailblazing youngsters pulled off another remarkable result in the FA Youth Challenge Cup with a gritty 2-2 draw at Kirby Stadium in Liverpool.

It was the first time Cornwall had ever reached the semi-finals of the competition, and the underdogs found themselves a goal down early on through Adam Nickson, only for Danny Webb to level on 28 minutes.

Darren Hilditch edged the home side back in front, but Paul Ainscough's injury-time equaliser sent the teams to extra time.

No winner was found in the additional 30 minutes, so the tie will be replayed.

Okehampton 2, Falmouth Tn 6

After a goalless first half, Falmouth Town swept Okehampton aside with some breathtaking football to chalk up an impressive 6-2 Jewson SWL win.

Dale Band opened the scoring a minute into the second half, before Ian Gosling and Mark Rowe made it 3-0 five minutes later.

An own goal got the hosts back into the game, but another two goals in a minute from Rowe and Gosling put Town out of sight.

Town made it six through Justin Ashburn, before Andy Winser replied for the Okes late on.