Paul's lead at the top of Bond Timber Trophy League 2 West A has increased to two points following their five-wicket win at home to Rosudgeon.

Damian Cummins top-scored with 31 as Rosudgeon recorded 162-9, before another fantastic haul of 90 from in-form Luke Johnson sent the hosts on their way to victory in the 21st over.

Mullion are two points back after they took 18 points from their five-wicket victory at home to Penzance B.

Penzance reached 161-6 in their 40 overs, with the hosts crossing the winning line after 29 overs.

Hayle took maximum points thanks to a 152-run victory at St Just B.

The visitors chose to bat and racked up 257-7 thanks to opener Matthew Lello's 115 off 18 balls, with Jamie Harvey adding 42.

St Just struggled towards 35-6 before Mark George top-scored with 24 as they were dismissed for 105.

New leaders Perranporth thrashed bottom side St Gluvias by 244 runs in the only match in West B.

Finley Stribley scored 124 not out off 86 balls as Perranporth scored a whopping 319-3, with Harry Watkins chipping in with 80 and Freddie Hirst adding 53 not out.

Barry Raiker's 33 not out spared the visitors from an even heavier loss, with only one other batsman reaching double figures as they were bowled out for 75. Connor Trumbridge took a superb 5-12 for the hosts.

Beacon drop to second as a result of that game.

St Erme are the new East A leaders after they beat Wadebridge B by six wickets. Gorran slip to second after losing to Roche by the same margin.

Launceston are still top of East B after they beat Menheniot/Looe by 78 runs, with Lanhydrock beating Holsworthy by 14 runs to stay second.

Redruth B have extended their advantage at the summit of the Bond Timber Trophy West A table after a whopping 219-run victory at home to St Ives.

Lloyd Brock hit 116 and Connor Poulton added 86 as the hosts recorded 305-4 before bowling out their opponents for just 86, with Josh Pengilly taking 3-4.

Camborne B have lost ground on the leaders after they suffered a four-wicket defeat at home to St Buryan. Camborne were dismissed for 121 with St Buryan meeting their score with seven overs to spare.

Bottom side Barripper got their first win as they beat Paul B by seven wickets. Only River Rajano (13) got double figures as Paul were dismissed for 46, with Dan Wills taking 4-9. Barripper needed just 13.4 overs to seal victory.

Falmouth B’s lead in West B has been slashed to just four points after they lost by three wickets at Constantine. The hosts put Falmouth in to bat and they reached 124-9, with Constantine meeting that target in the 29th over.

Wendron are now hot on Falmouth’s heels after they won by three wickets at Perranarworthal. Craig Burley took 4-30 as Perranarworthal were dismissed for 122, with Ryan Mitchell’s 78 doing the damage as Wendron struggled over the line in their reply.

Helston B move up to fourth after they took 20 points following Mount Hawke and Porthtowan’s concession.

James Pook’s marvellous 115 ensured St Austell B knocked inactive Veryan off the top of East A after they beat Grampound Road B by six wickets.

Callington B have opened up a 31-point lead in East B after Oliver Allsop (81) and Luke Brenton (62) helped them to a 40-run victory at St Neot Taverners.

Lanhydrock B are second after a nailbiting victory by four runs at Bude B. Mark Trudgeon’s 54 helped them towards 154-7 and a crucial win.