Falmouth remain rooted to the bottom of the new Tribute T20 Kernow Crash after two further defeats at home to St Just.

Falmouth have lost all six of their games and sit bottom of the West Pool A, with any hope of reaching the inaugural finals day in two weeks’ time now firmly over.

St Just strolled to an eight-wicket win in the first match after meeting Falmouth’s 62-run target after just 9.4 overs, before taking the second by 29 runs after Falmouth recorded just 114-7 when chasing their opponents’ 143-5.

Falmouth won the toss and chose to bat in the first but lost opener Grant Stone for a duck off just three balls after he was lbw by Justin Stephens’ delivery.

Stephens also claimed James Williamson (1) and Scott Kellow (23), before Lewis Goldsworthy earned a hat-trick of his own, taking Richard Kellow (8), Harry Roberts (1) and Oliver Paull (1) for just nine runs.

Ben Stevens bowled Stefan Churcher for 12 runs as Falmouth reached 45-7 before aidan Carter, Louis Rudin and Steven Redwood fell for a combined six runs as Falmouth were bowled out for 61 after 17.5 overs.

Goldsworthy suffered an early exit in the reply, being caught by Roberts off Rudin’s delivery for just four runs.

But Steve Kevern (23no) and Daniel Lello did most of the legwork before Lello was caught by Stone off Joe Harrington’s delivery for 19 runs.

Jacob Harvey came in and added three runs before he and Kevern eased towards the 62-run target.

Goldsworthy had a much better time of it in the second match, with a comfortable match-high of 68 not out as St Just set Falmouth 144 to win.

Lello and Stephens contributed 25 and 22 respectively before being bowled by Williamson and Richard Kellow respectively.

Kellow also took Harvey and Philip Nicholas for figures of 3-26 as St Just ended on 143.

Falmouth’s batting was built on stronger stuff this time around with their first five batsmen all reaching double figures, but the lack of any big-hitter made life difficult.

Scott Kellow top-scored with 29 while Richard Kellow reached 25, with Stone (15), Roberts (12) and Churcher (17) all contributing as Falmouth inched towards the century.

But that was as good as it got, with Falmouth managing 114 before time ran out.