Penryn 27, St Ives 16

PENRYN, who had won at Alexandra Road in December 16-8, completed the double against St Ives at the Memorial Ground on Wednesday after recovering from a shaky start.

Left wing Andrew Perkin put St Ives ahead with a brilliant touch line try with centre Mark Rowe increasing the lead with a penalty kick.

St Ives went further ahead when lock Adrian Price scored an unconverted try, before a penalty goal by Peters gave the visitors a 16-0 lead.

Flanker Justin Doney got Penryn on the board just before half time, with Trethowan converting for a 16-7 deficit at the break.

Penryn looked a new side in the second half with centre David Levick scoring a splendid try, converted by wing Lee Hughes, who then kicked a penalty to put the home side ahead for the first time.

Levick then added his second try, again converted by Hughes, who then added another penalty to complete the scoring.

Penryn have also heard the good news that despite finishing next to bottom in the South West League Division II for the second consecutive season, they will not be relegated as only one club will again go down.

Falmouth Town 3, Appledore 1

Three wins in five days brought Falmouth Town welcome maximum points as they surged into the top three in the Jewson SWL.

Following fast on their 3-1 win at Newquay, Town easily overcame an Appledore side who had made life so difficult for them in their encounter a few weeks ago.

Paul Kneebone opened the scoring after seven minutes before Andy Street doubled the lead early in the second half.

Appledore shook Town with a goal but Andy Waddell’s header secured the victory.