WENDRON recorded their second win in a week with a 3-2 home success over Mousehole to move into fifth spot in SWPL Division 1 West last night.

Jack Stocker put them in front mid-way through the first half when he side-footed home a back post cross from Luke Appleton.

The hosts doubled their lead early in the second period when Jamie Webb headed home following a free kick which had been turned back in by Joe Chapman.

Former Falmouth Town defender Ben Williams reduced the deficit ten minutes later but almost immediately Wendron restored the two-goal cushion when Scott Palmer's cross-cum-shot was palmed out by the keeper and 16 year-old Cameron Wheat was on hand to slot home the rebound and score his first senior goal.

Bradley Wills set up a tense finish with Mousehole's second goal with eight minutes to go, but the hosts held on for maximum points.

Jack Burtenshaw was outstanding in defence for Wendron, with substitute Wheat also making a great impression in the second half.

On Tuesday night Helston Athletic produced an emphatic 4-0 win over Godolphin to register their first points in SWPL Premier thanks to two goals from Mattie Buchan, an own goal and one from Dan Stidwell.

In the Combination League, Penryn also recorded their first win of the season with a 2-0 success over St Ives to avenge Saturday's 3-1 defeat at The Saltings.

It was the first time that Penryn had beaten St Ives since August 2011.

Jason Roberts put the hosts in front and a cross from Will Harding was deflected into his own net by Jordan Richards to double Penryn's advantage just before the break.

Athletic had the chance to extend the lead ten minutes from time when Matt Willey was fouled in the box, but Harding could only strike his spot kick into the arms of substitute keeper Tom Pilbeam.

Tuesday's Combination League results

Carharrack 14, Holmans 0

Goonhavern 1, Pendeen 3

Illogan 0, St Day 3

Mullion 10, Redruth Utd 0

Perranporth 5, St Agnes 2

Penryn Ath 2, St Ives 0

Perranwell 6, St Just 1

Porthleven 1, Falmouth Town 3

West Cornwall 3, Hayle 2