Truro RFC stole the bragging rights in the local derby between themselves and Penryn RFC in the Western Counties League with an impressive 29-12 victory. 

 It was revenge for Truro who had lost the reverse fixture 35-22 back in October.

The result adds to an impressive season for the home side with results elsewhere meaning they maintain their position in third place but shorten the gap to second to just two points.

The loss however was Penryn's third in a row as the Memorial Ground side fall out of the top ten. Penryn host runaway leaders Wadebridge Camels in their next game, the Camels have won every game they have played so far this season.

Truro face a tricky encounter away at sixth-placed Teignmouth who lost their last match 32-17 to Tiverton. 
Two late tries cost Falmouth Eagles in their game away to Wiveliscombe as the travelling side lost 34-19 when the scores had been 19 apiece at the interval.

The Eagles were on the try-scoring sheet on three occasions with Nick Carne, Tom Spiller and Joe Martin crossing over the line with the aforementioned Spiller converting on two of the occasions.

Falmouth will be hoping to record their fourth win of the season in their next, they are on their travels for the third week in a row as they face bottom-placed Honiton who are yet to win a league game this campaign.

The Cornish Pirates sent their opposition London Scottish for their 14th defeat of the season as they cruised to a 19-0 home win in bitter conditions at the Mennaye, although they will have been disappointed not to score a bonus-point victory.

Tries from Alex O' Meara, Callum Sirker and Tom Channon put Pirates in the ascendency with two conversions from Arwell Robson. Pirates are still fourth in the RFU Championship, trailing leaders Doncaster by four points despite having two games in hand. 

In the Tribute South West Premier Camborne did superbly well to knock Exeter University off top spot in the table with a 20-10 win with tries from Rob Gurnett, Ben Priddey and Aden Brassington scoring tries for the Cornwall side.

Camborne are 11th in the table and play away to fifth-placed Exmouth in their next match. 

Redruth RFC secured a vital win in their hunt for the National League Two Title as they defeated rivals Clifton 33-31 away from home.

The result means that they have a three-point gap at the top of the table, although second-placed Esher have a game in hand on the Reds. Redruth are next in action at home to bottom-placed Westcliff, who have only won once all season on Saturday, February 19.