PENRYN Athletic moved to the top of the Combination League after a 3-1 win at home to RNAS Culdrose.

Jake Shaw scored twice for the home side with Harry Roberts scoring another before Matt Bulcock replied for the Airmen with his fourth goals in three games.

Athletic were also retrospectively awarded three points this week after a cancelled game with Pendeen Rovers earlier this season, while Pendeen were deducted three.

Those points and Saturday's win saw Penryn climb to the summit after Perranporth lost 6-0 at home to St Day.

Tom Hogarth, Dan Richards and Matt Witts gave the Saints a commanding half-time lead, with Gavin Boon and a brace from Chris Dower completing the rout.

St Day have become a bit of a bogey team for Perranporth, with the Saints having also triumphed in last season's League Cup final and in this season's quarter-finals last month.

In-form Perranwell were held to a 1-1 draw at mid-table Pendeen Rovers. Jack Ralph put the hosts in front inside 20 minutes before James Rowberry rescued a point for the Well with 20 minutes to go.

An improving Porthleven side saw opponents St Just as a step too far, going down 5-2 at home to the Tinners.

Jack Willis scored a hat-trick for the visitors with Ryan Holland and Ashley Ellis also on target. Marcus Smith and Lee Smith netted for the Fishermen.

Wendron United produced another second-half comeback to draw 2-2 at Redruth United.

Seven days after coming from a three-goal half-time deficit at Pendeen, Wendron again found themselves behind at the break with Simon James and Andy Bishop scoring for the hosts.

But the Dron came out firing in the second half, with Matt Larcombe's free-kick and Elliott Webb's header rescuring a point.

Lizard Argyle edged a severely wind-affected derby at home to Mullion. The windy weekend conditions made life difficult for both sides, with Jack Casley's second-half strike the only goal in an otherwise forgettable game.

St Agnes thrashed Carharrack 9-0 in the Supplementary Cup Preliminary Round.

The goals came from Logan Taylor (3), Mike Burn (2), Freddie Walter, Mark Bell, Tom Fisher and Andy Davey as St Agnes eased into the quarter-finals.