Falmouth Town 9, Newquay 1

Falmouth Town chalked up an incredible Jewson SWL result against Newquay in midweek when they handed out a record-equalling hammering to the Peppermints.

On a night when Town played probably their best football of the season against a Newquay side totally overwhelmed, it would be easy to dismiss the result.

However, give Town credit for a superb display that saw them – uncharacteristically – hit a high percentage of first-time passes for their quicksilver strikers to exploit, and exploit they did.

Andy Street had a field day against his former club as he continually pierced Newquay's defence for Justin Ashburn, Andy Waddell and Ian Gosling to run riot.

Andy Waddell and Justin Ashburn put Town up by 26 minutes before Paul Kneebone fired in a third just before half-time.

The second half was one-way traffic as Ashburn, Waddell and Mark Rowe made it 6-0, before Ashburn sealed his hat-trick on 66 minutes with goal number seven.

Waddell then completed his own hat-trick before Paul Barron netted Newquay's lone goal, with Mark Rapsey completing the visitors' humiliation.

The win equalled Town's biggest-ever against Newquay, which was the 9-1 win at Mount Wise on September 6, 1972.

Penryn Athletic 3, Truro City 0

The destination of the Jolly's Combination League title could well go to the last match of the season following this decisive win by Penryn Athletic.

A win at Kernick Road for City would have brought them their first ever championship, but the defeat puts the title back into the melting pot with City having to win their last game.

The pressure was relentless as Penryn were keen not to allow City to take the title on their own ground.

Jerry Cornish opened the scoring from the spot on 44 minutes, with strikes from Paul Murray and Andy Stivey making the points safe.