Mullion are top of League 2 West A in the Bond Timber Trophy after winning by five wickets at Rosudgeon on Saturday.

James Dark took figures of 4-18 as Mullion bowled Rosudgeon out for 134, with Max Walden top-scoring for the hosts with 32.

Dark led by example with the bat, scoring 37 runs as Mullion eased to victory with maximum points.

They are joined on 26 points by Paul, who also took the maximum 20 from their ten-wicket win at home to St Just B.

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Kyle Moyle took six wickets for the loss of just 21 runs as Paul dismissed their hosts for 157, before Thomas Hutton (55no) and Luke Johnson (85no) did the rest all by themselves as their 160-run stand saw them to victory after 19 overs.

Hayle are four points behind the top two after taking 16 points from their 54-run victory at Penzance B.

Paul Lello top-scored with 90 off 77 balls as Hayle recorded 268-6 from their 40 overs, and while Alex Barrett did his best with an excellent 104 not out in Penzance’s reply, the hosts could only muster 214 from their innings.

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Beacon have a slender two-point lead at the top of West B after their victory at home to Stithians by 77 runs.

Jordan Thomas led the way with 92 off 81 balls as Beacon reached 213-8 from their 40 overs, before limiting Stithians to 136-6 in their reply.

Perranporth are close behind after they beat Troon by 28 runs, with Harry Watkins’ 95 seeing the visitors towards 211 all out before restricting Troon to 183-5 in their response.

St Gluvias are still searching for their first win after they lost by 105 runs at Mount Hawke and Porthtowan.

John Richardson did much of the work with a fine 76 for the hosts as they reached 225-6, while Richard Bannister (44) was the only player to score more than ten as the visitors were dismissed for 120 in the 30th over.

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Paul B stay top of League 3 West A despite a 79-run loss at St Buryan.

Oliver Reeves top-scored with 47 as the hosts reached 200-7 before bowling Paul out for 121.

St Buryan are level with Camborne B and Redruth B on 20 points after the latter two also won on Saturday.

Redruth enjoyed a comfortable nine-wicket win at home to Barripper, with Thomas Burford taking 5-12 as the visitors were dismissed for just 59, with the hosts needing just 11.1 overs to seal the win.

Camborne won by 72 runs at home to St Ives after Jake Symons’ 108 helped them to 243-6 in their innings, with the visitors being dismissed for 171 in the 35th over.

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Falmouth B lead the way at the top of West B after their 44-run win at home to Perranarworthal.

Andrew Varker’s 70 sent the home side on their way to a useful 197-6 from their innings, with Joe Harrington and Seb Firth taking three wickets apiece as they bowled Perranarworthal out for 153 in their reply.

Wendron are hot on their heels two points further back after thrashing Helston B by 204 runs.

Sam Care (72) and Ben Turner (58) were leading scorers as Wendron racked up 281 runs for the loss of nine wickets, before Sam Collins took 4-17 and Thomas Orchard took 3-23 as Helston were dismissed for 77.

Constantine won by 20 runs at home to Mount Hawke and Porthtowan B in Saturday’s other game in the group.

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Helston B were on the losing side again on Sunday, although the score was closer this time as they suffered a two-wicket defeat at home to Falmouth B.

Matthew Lee (67) and Guy Leathley (35) were the biggest scorers as the home side were bowled out for 150, with Perran Burley taking 4-13.

But Falmouth secured their second win in as many days thanks largely to Jacob Stephens (48) and Charlie Campbell (42) for their combined haul of 90 as the visitors met the target in the 36th over.