Porthleven Reserves suffered a heavy 13-1 defeat at Hayle on Saturday.

Cameron Irish (3), Kane Williams (2), Matt Thomas (2), Charlie Parker (2), Liam Mooney, Caleb Hendy, Jack Webber and Zack Williams bagged Hayle's goals, while Zac Alexander scored Port's consolation.

It marks a big turnaround in fortunes after the Fisherman won 10-1 against Carharrack last weekend.

Indeed, on any other weekend Pendeen Rovers' 12-1 victory over Redruth United would have been the eye-catching result of the week.

Rovers led 4-1 a the break before scoring a further eight times in the second half. The goals came from a Henry Cozens hat-trick, Silas Sullivan (2), Alex Ralph (2), Chaz Brown, Kyle Pierce, Jacob Rowe, Kalon Mayes and Liam Wallace. Tom Milburn notched United's consolation.

Helston Athletic came back from 2-0 down to win 7-2 at strugglers Carharrack.

Dan Reeve scored twice for the hosts – who had conceded 17 goals in the first two games – before a Jamie Thompson hat-trick, plus doubles from Dan Stidwell and Fraser Patterson completed the rout.

St Day enjoyed their third win out of three so far this season as they won 4-2 at St Just. Gavin Boon and Tom Hogarth put the visitors two up at the break before Chris Dower made it three soon after.

But Jack Willis scored twice in a few minutes as St Just roared back, only for Boon to score again late on.

Matt Best scored a dramatic late equaliser as Wendron United Reserves drew 3-3 with St Agnes. Jack Noy scored Dron's other two goals.

St Agnes' goals came from Terry Campbell, Liam Paddock and David Price.

It wasn't quite so goal-friendly at Kernick, where Penryn Athletic drew 0-0 against Perranporth in a clash between two of the title favourites.

The hosts hit the woodwork four times before having a man sent off as the two sides settled for a point.

Lizard Argyle put up a good fight but ultimately lost 2-1 at Illogan RBL, who retain top spot thanks to strikes from Steve Abbott-Smith and Dave Mitchell. Dagan Vaughan-Spruce scored Argyle's goal.

Adam Selley scored twice as Perranwell beat West Cornwall 2-0, while Mullion lost 3-0 to St Ives. Curtis Richards gave the visitors the lead just before half-time, before Sam Spurrier and Matthew Fox netted after the break.