Nick Pulgliese starred as West Cornwall earned their first win of the Combination League season in style on Saturday, beating St Agnes 5-2 at their Dave Curnow Memorial Ground.

Pugliese bagged all five of his side's goals to ensure they moved above their opponents and into 16th in the table. Terry Campbell and Liam Paddock replied for the visitors.

Jack Willis scored a hat-trick as St Just moved into the top half following a 5-1 win at struggling Carharrack.

Stuart Nicholls and Elliot Rudge added to the visitors' tally, while Ryan Whitbread scored for the home side.

Lizard Argyle continued their impressive start to life in the Combination League with another 5-1 win, this time at Porthleven.

Ben Casley scored twice for Argyle with Billy Jane, Ryan Tonkin and Jared Lawrence notching the rest, while Jack Price replied for Port.

Penryn Athletic suffered their first defeat under new boss Harry Pope, going down 2-1 at Hayle.

Kane Williams put Hayle ahead, with Bradley Leivers equalising before Craig Willcox bagged the winner for the home side.

Helston Athletic followed up a thumping 10-0 midweek win over West Cornwall with a 4-1 win at home to Redruth United on Saturday.

Tyler Cooke, Kegan McPhilbin, Joe Wright and Fred Williams scored for the Blues, with Dan Horler grabbing Redruth's consolation.

Despite losing a number of players in the summer, Falmouth Town are three from three so far this term, with previously unbeaten Illogan RBL their latest victims.

Liam Chinn opened the scoring before Town doubled their lead thanks to an own goal. Nathan Hampton halved the deficit with a superb volley but Fergus slotted in to make sure of the points.

Wendron United came unstuck at home to the division's new leaders St Day on Saturday, with the visitors running out 5-2 winners.

Dan Richards (2) Tyler Oliver, Kyle Marks and Luke Hart scored for the Saints, with Jack Noy and Ben Coleman replying for Dron.

Perranporth came from behind to beat Pendeen Rovers 3-2 on Saturday.

Pendeen opened the scoring via Silas Sullivan before Steve Brewer and Jakob Springall turned the game in the visitors' favour. Luke Wort put his side further ahead before Sullivan pulled one back in injury time.