CAMBORNE made it three wins in succession as they came from behind with a superb second half showing to see off an impressive Hinckley.

Making his first start of the season former Cornish Pirates skipper Nico De Battista was in outstanding form in both attack & defence for the Cherry & Whites.

The visitors enjoyed the best of the opening quarter building a 12-0 advantage profiting from attacks through their powerful forwards and livewire scrum half.

‘Town’ finally opened their account on the half hour after fly half De Battista’s strong run earned good field position from where Ben Priddey was eventually driven over for Josh Matavesi to convert.

Hinckley soon added a penalty and followed up with a converted try to stretch their lead to 22-7 late in the 1st period.

Crucially the home side hit back as centre Matavesi conjured a solo try on the half time whistle which he also converted cutting the deficit to only 8 points.

Now playing down the slope Camborne came out fired up for the 2nd period and when the visitors coughed up an early yellow card three quickfire touchdowns changed the course of the game.

Hooker Priddey twice profited in rapid succession from unstoppable forward surges to dot down and complete his hat trick with Matavesi landing both conversions for a 28-22 lead.

Next to cross for his 1st try in Camborne colours was replacement prop Sam Rodman as he barged over to put real daylight between the sides.

In the final quarter the Cherry & Whites played territory cleverly with replacement wing Jack Davis twice looking dangerous before on the opposite flank left wing Alex Ducker sped clear for his 10th try of the season.

Although now out of sight leading 38-22 the visitors would not lie down and they deservedly hit back with a late converted try to bag a losing bonus point.