Porthleven AFC Head Coach Jamie Webb dubbed his side's 7-1 defeat to Mullion as a 'bad day of the office' as the Fishermen's eight-game unbeaten run came to a shuddering conclusion.

The game was fairly even at half-time with the scores at 2-1 with Jack Charles scoring for Port. But a clinical second-half performance from the hosts saw five goals fly in as they remained third in the table. Porthleven meanwhile, are now 11th in the St Piran League West.

Analysing the performance Webb said: "It is difficult the young players have played a lot of games (five in nine days) but I don't think you can make that as an excuse. I think it was one of those off days where no one turned up really. Even some stand out players. There were mistakes all over the pitch, it wasn't nice to watch.

"But you can't take that away from Mullion, they played very well they were clinical in front of goal and put away all their chances. They were playing very well, we had a bad day at the office.

When asked whether the result was a learning curve for some of the younger players in the Head Coach said: "I think so definitely, we had a few players who don't generally play much. We tried to integrate them as we do with all the players, when you're up against veteran players who have been in the league a long time it can be an eye-opener for a lot of them.

"It is a learning curve we have got a lot of training sessions coming up to put the wrongs right.

Webb admitted that his side didn't make of the conditions that favoured them in the opening half: "We were with the wind in the first half and probably should have capitalised on it a bit more we just didn't play very savvy in the second half.

"We played into their hands a bit, we were sloppy with our passing which is normally what we are very good at. We left ourselves open to a lot of counter attacks and when the wind is like that it's hard for goalkeepers and everyone.

"We all know where things went wrong and where we didn't do our normal game and I think we will get that put that right on Wednesday."

Porthleven are next in action at home to Mousehole Development on Saturday, April, 2 at Gala Parc with kick off at 3 pm.