Perranporth dropped two points but still remain at the top of the Combination League after a 1-1 draw at home to St Just.

Luke Wort opened the scoring with his 25th of the season but St Just replied through Jack Willis, who netted his 29th.

Perranporth are five points clear of Penryn Athletic, Helston Athletic and St Day as the season enters the final six games.

Helston Athletic are the outsiders of the chasing trio, having played two games more, but kept themselves in contention with a 3-1 win at Illogan RBL. Charlie Young scored twice with Jamie Thomson also netting for the Blues.

St Day put five goals past struggling Porthleven to close the gap on Perranporth and move level with Penryn and Helston in second place. Dan Richards scored a hat-trick while Matt Witts and Jacob Cleverly also struck for the Saints. Jake Yates replied for Port.

Lizard Argyle earned their biggest win at Combination League level with a 9-1 thrashing of Carharrack.

Ben Casley and Tristan Hawkings shared the headlines with a hat-trick each, with further goals from Ben Evans, Kit Johns and player-manager Craig Pollard.

Wendron United moved back into the top half of the division with a 2-1 win at Hayle. Matt Larcombe opened the scoring inside ten minutes before Joe Chapman’s cross was turned in by a Hayle defender.

Liam Mooney pulled a goal back late on for the hosts but Wendron held on for all three points.

Redruth United and Pendeen Rovers shared four goals at Clijah Croft. The hosts led twice through Will Eva and Sam Bradley, but goals Silas Sillivan and Josh Findley rescued a point for Rovers.

Perranwell completed the line-up for the semi-finals of the Supplementary Cup after a 3-0 win at Mullion. James Davies, Phil Rees and Jack Rapsey scored as the Well ended a run of five defeats.