Falmouth rounded off their brief 2020 season with victory at home to Camborne in their final Bond Timber Trophy League 1 West match on Saturday.

The hosts bowled bottom side Camborne out for 133 before meeting that total in the 34th over to win by five wickets at the Hine Downing Oval.

Despite losing opener Stephen Richards (3) early on Chris Gibson scored 41 off 42 balls to put the visitors in a useful position.

But Falmouth’s bowlers, led by youngster Callum Stephens who took 4-13, ripped through Camborne’s middle order to leave them at 100-6.

Liam Weeks added 21 and Martin Jenkin contributed 14 to take the visitors to 133 as they were bowled out in the 39th over.

Richard Kellow (18) and Antony Angove (22) put on a useful 36 for the first wicket until Kellow was caught by Matt Hewitt, but Harry Roberts stepped in to score 33 as Falmouth closed in on the century.

Stefan Churcher (3) and Aidan Carter (1) didn’t last long but Roberts’ work saw the hosts reach 94-5 by the time he was dismissed, with a 43* run stand between Kieran Rodda and James Williamson taking Falmouth over the line.

Penzance coasted to victory in their final group match to book their place in the semi-finals with a ten-wicket win at home to Helston.

The visitors were dismissed for just 111, with Penzance requiring just 16.2 overs to win.

Karl Leathley (5) and Dan Jenkin (8) suffered early departures but Mark Jenkin top-scored with 38 off 61 balls to give the away side a foothold in the innings.

But Jenkin became Jonathan Ludlam’s first of three wickets as Helston’s innings fell away, with only Guy Leathley (17) and Steve Jenkin (13) scoring double figures as the lower order collapsed on their way to 111 all out.

Penzance’s reply was short and sweet, with only Christian Purchase and Giles Lawrence required as they scored the winning runs by themselves. Purchase scored 79 off 53 balls, hitting six sixes along the way, and Lawrence added 29 off 45 balls.

St Just beat Redruth in a tense winner-takes-all match at Trewirgie to book the final West spot in the semi-finals.

The visitors limited Redruth to 168-5 before securing victory by seven wickets with just four balls remaining.

Redruth lost James Harris for a duck but a 62-run stand from Toby Whiteford (39) and Jack Hale (42) took them to 72-2.

Will Harris managed 14 before Lloyd Brock (28*) and Peter Howells (24*) took Redruth to 168.

St Just’s reply started badly with the early loss of both openers in Gareth May (7) and Steve Kevern (1).

But Philip Nicholas steadied the ship with 23 before Neil Curnow (42*) and Daniel Lello (79*) struck up a fine fourth-wicket partnership of 120 to secure a dramatic victory with only four balls left.

Truro rounded off their East group campaign with a hefty 170-run hammering at group winners Werrington.

Werrington, who had already qualified for the semi-finals, racked up an impressive score of 264 from their 40 overs before bowling Truro out for just 94 in the 30th over.

Tom Dinnis top-scored with 75 off 66 balls for the league leaders, who also had Adam Jenkin (25), Taylor Gerry (32) and Matthew Robins (24) weigh in with more than 20 runs each.

Robert Harrison did well with the ball for Truro, taking five wickets for the loss of 39 runs.

Charlie Kent (15) and Joel Brierley (25) got Truro off to a reasonable start in their reply as they closed in on the half-century without too much struggle.

But an astonishing collapse saw seven of their other eight batsmen fail to score a single run. Harrison Bamber-Jones, batting at seven, was the only exception as he scored 32 runs to help Truro limp from 79-6 to 94 all out.

Truro end the season in fifth place with two wins from seven games.

Wadebridge beat St Austell by 37 runs in their own winner-takes-all game to claim the final semi-final spot.

James Turpin scored 114 not out off 73 balls, including nine sixes, to take Wadebridge to 208-8, with St Austell managing 171-8 in their reply.

Callington beat Grampound Road by 41 runs in the other East group match to secure a third-place finish.

Oliver Allsop top-scored with 54 as Callington recorded 231-6, with Charlie Hoskings' 56 unable to prevent Grampound Road from being dismissed for 190.

Penzance will host Wadebridge in one semi-final this weekend while St Just visit Werrington in the other, with the final to be played the following weekend.