St Just 187-4 (29.1) beat Grampound Road 159 (33) by six wickets

The weather was unable to prevent St Just from moving to the top of the Cornwall Cricket League Premier Division on Saturday.

Despite their match at home to Grampound Road being reduced to 33 overs due to fog and drizzle, the hosts went on to win by six wickets and are the only side to collect the maximum 40 points from their opening two games.

St Just won the toss and chose to field, and although Steve Kevern caught Alex Lean for ten runs, his fellow opener Chris Roberts scored an excellent 60 off 77 balls before being caught by Neil Curnow.

David Hoskings (22) had also fallen as Archie Pascoe claimed all three for his hat-trick, while Ravindra Karunarathra had added 35 before Roberts eventually departed.

It was looking good at that point for the visitors, but their hopes faded away as quickly as their lower order, with none of their last six batsmen reaching double figures.

Thomas Orpe (4), Matthew South (4), Lewis Sanders (2), Harry Matthews (0), Thomas Blake (4) and Chris Willett (9) scored a combined 23 as Grampound were all out for 159 after 33 overs.

That sizeable start gave the hosts a bit of work to do in their reduced-overs reply, with Curnow's departure for just four runs an early sign for concern.

Fellow opener Jack Harvey managed 20 runs before he was run out by Karunarathna as the hosts struggled.

But those struggles did not last long as Daniel Lello, batting at three, stepped in to score a superb 83 not out off 66 balls to swing the pendulum well back into the hosts' favour.

Justin Stephens supported with 46 runs off 50 balls before he was caught out, but Gavin Edwards' 12 not out was enough to see the home side over the line in the 30th over.

  • Redruth earned a one-wicket win at home to new T20 champions Penzance.

Penzance won the toss and chose to bat first, with Ryan Edwards lasting ten runs before he was lbw off Alex Ridd's ball.

But Scott Harvey and Greg Smith did much of the legwork, scoring 48 and 51 respectively.

But a shocking collapse saw Antony Angove, Jack Paull and Dylan Blignaut all fall for ducks as Penzance reached 162.

James Harris top-scored with 37 in Redruth's reply with Christian Purchase adding a handy 34 as the hosts reached their target in the 48th over.