Free-scoring Penryn Athletic put eight goals past Porthleven at Gala Parc on Saturday.

Jake Shaw put Penryn in front inside two minutes before Matt Dawson levelled with his side's sole strike.

Ryan Reeve bagged his 16th goal of the season to restore Penryn's lead before Bradley Leivers added two more before the break.

Leivers sealed his hat-trick before Mark Hollands scored directly from a corner to make it six.

Reeve then notched goal number 17 before Shaw, who had opened the scoring, then rounded it off with the eighth and final goal.

Athletic have now scored 49 goals in 11 games, a figure which is only beaten by leaders Falmouth Town, who won 2-1 at Redruth United.

Redruth took a surprise lead with 25 minutes to go via top-scorer Dan Horler, but Oscar Fergus-Gay and Ben Kellow rescued the points for Town.

Falmouth Packet:

St Day remain close behind Falmouth after thrashing Helston Athletic 7-2.

Dan Richards scored four, with Jake Williams, Gavin Boon and Rob Hosking completing the Saints' scoring.

Joe Wright and Fraser Patterson replied for Helston.

Perranporth are also well in the mix after beating Hayle 3-0 at Ponsmere Valley.

Ed Wilton broke the deadlock before Mike Brewer doubled the hosts' advantage, with Wilton rounding off the scoring in the final minutes.

St Just came out on top in a seven-goal thriller at St Agnes.

Mark Bell gave the home side the lead before Ashley Ellis scored twice to turn the game on its head.

Curtis Pay levelled for St Agnes before setting up Mike Burn to restore the hosts' lead.

But Will South rescued a point for St Just before Ellis sealed his hat-trick to plunder the other two.

Falmouth Packet:

Max Davies scored a hat-trick in St Ives' 7-0 thrashing of West Cornwall.

Josh Magin, Sean Roberts, Dave Booles and Curtis Richards added the other goals as St Ives moved up to fifth.

Mullion edged out Lizard Argyle in the local derby at Clifden Parc.

Jack Rutherford scored both of Mullion's goals before Tristan Hawkings replied for Argyle late on.

RNAS Culdrose earned a 2-2 draw at home to Illogan RBL. Tom Grossett and Ricky Shivlock scored for the hosts, while Dom Batchelor and Ashley Smeeth replied for the visitors.

Lachlan Brace scored a hat-trick as Perranwell enjoyed a thumping 5-1 win at home to Pendeen Rovers.

Chris Madeley and Joe Ibbs-George scored the Well's other two goals.

Wendron United's game at Carharrack was postponed in a mark of respect following the death of Carharrack stalwart Billy Chown.

Falmouth Packet: