Cornish golfer Rhys Enoch has won his maiden Challenge Tour title at the D+D REAL Slovakia Challenge.

Truro-born Enoch shot a four-under-par final round at the Penati Golf Resort in Senica on Sunday to finish 18-under-par across the four rounds and win by one stroke from Australia’s Josh Geary.

The triumph will see Enoch rise up the Challenge Tour rankings from his current position of 68, with the top 15 at the end of the season earning direct promotion to the 2020 European Tour, while those ranked 16-45 may gain qualification for some European Tour events.

Truro City have appointed former Plymouth Argyle player and assistant manager Paul Wotton as their new manager.

Wotton has agreed a two-year deal to take over from Paul Wilkinson, who left the club to take over at Sky Bet League One club Bury on Monday, just two weeks after signing a two-year contract.

Wotton will lead the White Tigers through their first Southern League Premier campaign for four years, after Truro were relegated from the National League South last season.

City drew 0-0 at home to Exeter City in their first pre-season game on Friday night.

Redruth RFC have announced their pre-season friendly schedule.

The Reds will visit Launceston on Friday, August 16 (7.30pm) before travelling to St Austell the day after (2.30pm). They will then welcome Camborne and the Cornish Pirates to the Recreation Ground for a tri-series of 40-minute matches.

Cornish Pirates hooker Sam Matavesi has joined up with the Fiji national team for a serious of warm-up tests ahead of the Rugby World Cup in Japan in September.

Sam’s brother Josh, a centre for Newcastle Falcons, is also in the squad.

Newquay played host to the England rugby team as they underwent a day of intensive ocean and beach-based challenges on Towan Beach.

This bespoke series of challenges was developed to help the England coaching staff establish the roles of the players for the upcoming World Cup in Japan this autumn.

Penzance have announced the signings of Danny Bance, Leigh Issacs and Jake Andrew ahead of their return to the SWPL Premier.

The trio brings the Magpies’ summer signings up to 12, with Barrie Wyatt, Jamie Cooper, Bradley Wills, Darren Davey, Jack Reynolds, Sam Buckley, Tyler Buckley, TJ Price an Darryl Richards.

St Blazey drew 1-1 at home to Plymouth Argyle under-18s in a pre-season friendly on Saturday.

Jeremiah Medine gave Argyle the lead by Jonjoe Kenny levelled for the hosts.

St Dennis began their pre-season schedule with a 4-1 win at home to Polperro.