WENDRON United came from two goals down to rescue a point in their first-ever match at South West Peninsula League Premier level against Penzance on Saturday.

Penzance debutant Jacob Cleverly gave the Magpies a half-time lead, before the same man doubled the hosts' lead midway through the second half.

But TJ Walter began the comeback a few minutes later, before Joe Souch hauled the Dron back on terms with a matter of minutes to go.

The drama didn't end there, with Wendron captain Jamie Webb being shown a straight red for a foul on Mawgan Kewn, with Mark Vercesi also given his marching orders for his retaliation to the tackle.

Dobwalls also recovered from a two-goal deficit to earn a point from their match at Porthleven.

The Fishermen also enjoyed a lead at the break thanks to Matt Fox's near-post header, with George Molcher doubling the advantage with a fine solo effort early in the second half.

The home side missed a couple of good chances to kill the game off with a third goal, which came back to haunt them as Nathan Lang bundled the ball over the line following a corner on 78 minutes, with Mike Smith driving a shot home less than two minutes later to rescue a draw.

A hat-trick from Kieran Toland ensured a first-ever victory at SWPL Premier level for Mousehole, who won 3-1 at Bodmin Town.

Toland opened the scoring after ten minutes with a close-range finish, before doubling the lead a couple of minutes later when he raced onto a through ball, rounded the home goalkeeper and fired into an empty net.

The same man sealed his hat-trick and victory for his side a few minutes from time with a finish from six yards, before Lance Bailey netted a consolation for the hosts following a fine team move on 89 minutes.

St Blazey were victorious on their return to Step 6 football with a 3-1 win at home to Callington Town.

Jamie Wilmott gave the home side the lead ten minutes before half-time, before Joe Eke managed to double the advantage with a close-range finish before the teams headed in for the break.

Eke effectively made sure of victory six minutes into the second half with a fine glancing header at the near post, although Andre Rodyukov did grab a consolation for the visitors a few minutes later.

Launceston ran riot as they recorded a 9-1 victory at home to Sticker on Friday night.

Dan Hart, Morgan Parsonage and Billy Hopcroft gave the hosts a three-goal lead at the interval, with Tom Ellacott, Matt Thackeray, Parsonage and Hopcroft putting the Clarets 7-0 up after 67 minutes.

Joel Cockings netted a consolation for the visitors soon after, but Hopcroft sealed his hat-trick in the 85th minute before Trav Skerton completed the mauling with two minutes to go.

Saltash United and St Austell both exited the FA Cup after narrow one-goal defeats to Clevedon Town and Willand Rovers respectively.

Clevedon opened the scoring with 19 minutes to go through George King, only for Chris Menhenick to instantly level with a fine free-kick. but Lucas Vowles won it for the Western League side with five minutes to go.

Southern League side Willand led after two minutes, but were pegged back by a brilliant finish from the halfway line by Jake Miller a couple of minutes later, before Dean Stamp scored the winner midway through the second half.