After a cagey start to the match, the home side would take the lead from the spot through captain Scott Palmer, writes Ned Laity.

Jordan Walton would concede the penalty for a handball after Jack Noy flicked it over his head inside the box.

Palmer smashed the ball into the bottom left corner to take the lead, but the complaints to the referee from Walton and his St Blazey squad would continue after the goal, clearly thinking the handball decision was controversial.

The away side had a great chance to equalise as Will Tinsley fired a great ball across goal, but he had no teammate lurking in the box to reach the end of it.

Wendron would make them pay too, as they doubled their lead just seconds before the half time break.

A corner routine that was straight off the training ground led to Sam Young having his effort at goal parried by the ‘keeper, but only to the feet of Palmer who smashed it in from close range for his second.

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St Blazey increased the pressure in the second half, as they searched for a route back into the match.

They’d have a great chance to pull one back as the ball was squared to Callum Kenny in the 6-yard box, but he put it wide.

The victory for Wendron meant they shot up to second place in the South West Peninsula League six games in.

Wendron manager Michael O’Neill spoke to The Packet after the match about his side’s great start the season saying: "So long as we prepare well and the attitude and application from everyone is still there, really it’s down to lads how far they think they can go."

O’Neill also praised his sides performance and preparation for the game claiming: "We prepared well, the lads transferred it out onto the pitch, and we got our just rewards at the right moments."

Packet Man of the Match was captain Scott Palmer for his two goals and how he marshalled the back line all through the match.