Penzance continued their 100 per cent start to the new Tribute T20 Kernow Crash competition with two wins at Truro’s Boscawen Park on Saturday.

The first was a 30-run victory after Truro fell short of their 122 target, before winning by 64 runs in the second match after setting their opponents 161 to win.

After being put in to bat for the first match, Penzance started poorly with Tommy Sturgess being dismissed by lbw on the first ball, but Dylan Blignaut (22) and Scott Harvey (55) put the visitors firmly in control.

Greg Smith also added 25 as Penzance reached 122 all out after 19.2 overs. Andrew Libby took 3-30 for Truro.

Only three players – Adrian Noott (29), Joseph Phillips (16), Robert Harrison (12) – managed double figures as Truro’s reply failed to really get going, eventually reaching 92-9 after 20 overs.

Penzance again batted first in the second game and reached 160-5 off 20 overs. Jack Paull (34), Harvey (32) and Thomas Wells (32) all surpassed 30 runs as Penzance reached triple figures off 74 balls.

Truro had a mountain to climb and just fell short of the century in their reply, with Robert Harrison top scoring with 23.

Truro, along with Falmouth, are winless from their four matches so far.

St Just and Redruth saw their respective 100 per cent starts come to an end after enjoying one win apiece when the two sides met at Trewirgie on Saturday.

St Just took the first by 38 runs after setting Redruth 137 to win, with Philip Nicholas scoring 62 not out off just 26 balls. Redruth reached 98-9 in their reply.

But the hosts turned the tables in the second match, winning by just seven runs

Toby Whiteford top scored with 35 as Redruth set St Just 110 to win, with the visitors coming within a whisker of doing so. Steve Kevern top scored with 32 not out as St Just managed 102-6.